mmm-yoso!!! is the blog, written by a few friends. Kirk, ed (from Yuma) and Cathy don't make food deprivation related New Year Resolutions. We try to resolve to change habits we *won't* break in the first week of the New Year.
There is a wine tasting area and in that building, a place that makes pizza. We got the pizza once, many years ago, because the line for burgers was so long. It did not impress us and so now every time we go and the burger area is too crowded, we just buy some hot bread (there is something hot from the oven about every 30 minutes here. As soon as you walk into the Wine and Cheese Shop, the table in front of you will have something warm. Go ahead, touch the plastic bread wrapping) some cheese, maybe some smoked fish and sit out on the lawn, by the pond, to eat.
. We walked over to the "burger and sandwich" area, by the duck pond.
I got my personal favorite, a Tom's Old Fashioned burger. ($3.95) 1/3 pound, served with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and a special sauce. On a bun that is baked there. You know, a *very* fresh bun.
The burger is coarse ground meat, not frozen. Juicy, cooked medium and very flavorful (my personal" test" is eating the meat plain..seeing if it needs all those toppings or of the toppings compliment the meat). All the toppings are from the farm stand and include lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and a sauce. (oh. Those giant pickles you pay $2 at the County Fair are sold here. $8 for a gallon. There are more than four in a gallon.)
The Mister ordered a Chili Size ($4.95). The same 1/3 lb burger, served open faced on the fresh baked bun, topped with a nice, not too hot spiced chili with beans and shredded cheddar. I liked the combination of flavors of this and the hamburger meat patty stood out in that it was still coarse ground and had its own meaty juiciness. The chili complimented it.
If you want a root beer float, you get to kind of do it yourself.It is $3.95. They hand you a cup,more than half filled with a very good vanilla ice cream (the kind with specks of vanilla in it) and you fill the rest of the cup with root beer. Slowly. Because, you know, physics takes over and the carbonated beverage will flow over...
So, if you are near Corona or Anaheim and see Tom's Farms. Do stop and get a burger.
Tom's Farms 23900 Temescal Canyon Road, Corona, CA 92883