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Farm stand safari: Cruising the Coastside for the perfect produce

Original post made on Sep 10, 2021

Cruising the San Mateo County coast, it's never long before you find a farm stand. Part of the joy of visiting farm stands is stopping by those that pop up along the way, but we've created a guide featuring a few to whet your appetite.

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Posted by amhey
a resident of Portola Valley: Brookside Park
on Sep 10, 2021 at 1:27 pm

amhey is a registered user.

I love to take a trip to the coast to get produce - this is a great guide - thank you for putting it together. I only visited the Andreotti barn once - just before it burned down. It was such a sad event when I saw on FireDispatch.com that a barn was burning at their location. I've also experienced the huge potatoes from Bob's vegetable stand, as well as their fresh peas. I've also had great pumpkins from Cozzolino's where I stop when the traffic snarls on 92.


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