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©2009 The Romantic Table, If you would like to have a quick visit to an all-in-one farmers market, stop in at the Jack Creek Ranch roadside stand on the north (right hand) side of Highway 46 West just before York Mountain Road going west 2009-06-15 22:58:35:154
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If you'd like to have a quick visit to an "all-in-one farmers' market", stop in at the Jack Creek Ranch roadside stand on the north (right hand) side of Highway 46 West just before York Mountain Road going west.

Jack Creek Farms Roadside Stand

Jack Creek Farms is a small 5th generation family farm. Our farm is nestled in the coastal foothills of Central California 6 miles west of Templeton and Paso Robles. We are located directly off of scenic Highway 46 West, in the heart of San Luis Obispo County wine country. We have RV and tour bus parking with easy highway access

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Use A Pasta Pot for Pasta

If you like pasta and are planning on having it often, I recommend getting a pasta pot.

After trying different sets, the best one I’ve found was the original, least expensive one. It’s a stainless steel pot with separate built-in pasta basket. It also comes with a vegetable steamer. Something like it is available on the Internet for about $40.00. and at several local supermarkets as low as $30.00.

You don’t need to have a real heavy pan---otherwise you’re going to waste all your time heating the pan instead of getting it to boil quickly. Don't worry about hot spots since all you’re going to be doing with it is boiling water.