Chef Roxanne Lapuyade has some cooking advice for you: “Use fresh organic ingredients from local producers whenever you can.” Roxanne's Cafe employs local organic vegetables and fruits from a variety of sources including the farmers market, the Natural Foods Co-op (where she
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Why farming? We are 3rd generation farmers and it is in our blood! We love farming with our family and our cows and the great milk they make for us. The Martin family at their farm in Lemoore, California Why
We started our restaurant four years ago to highlight organic fruits and vegetables from our farm. There was no restaurant in Central California to experience seasonal, locally grown and organic fare. Nothing can compare in taste to fruits and vegetables that are
Arroyo Grande The only SLO County soup booth that is always 100% gluten-free and vegan. Always. We use fresh produce from the area's farmers and our soups never have corn, soy, cottonseed oil or any genetically engineered products in them. ~ Nipomo—Sunday
Jim Terrick, Los Osos [Certified Organic] ~ Baywood-Los Osos—Monday ~ San Luis Obipso—Saturday Avocados Beets Carrots Corn Cucumbers Lettuces Kales Onions Peppers photo: CentralCoastFoodie.com
Francisco Velazquez, Santa Maria ~ Arroyo Grande—Wednesday ~ Morro Bay—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday ~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday Cilantro Cucumbers Radishes Raspberries Lettuces Strawberries Swiss chard Tomatoes Fennel
Greg & Trish Varian, Lopez Lake Road ~ Morro Bay—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday ~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday Avocados: Hass & Bacon Oranges: Valencia & blood Orange juice June—October
Paul Stoltey, Atascadero ~ Arroyo Grande—Wednesday ~ Morro Bay—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday ~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday ~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday Honey Types vary with the seasons Winter: manzanita & eucalyptus Spring: orange, wild flower & sage Summer: toyon & yellow star thistle