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Monday, 19 August 2013



Great find Cathy! Everything looks so good...I can just smell the bbq! Bert would be all over that pulled pork and TC, the ribs!


Looking forward to a nice drive out there and some bbq too. Thanks for sharing as always.


BBQ joint looks good and not to mention the selection at the store.

Ed (from Yuma)

You keep finding these places. And OMG those smoked meats look really good. Another hidden destination in the county.


It is really good, cc. (And halfway between your home and Mary's!)
Dennis-Campo Road is Broadway (changes name at Spring Street), maybe 2 miles East from Charley's Famous (and an apple pie shake)-2 birds! You'll like it here.
Great selection inside the store, Bill. We're always finding something never seen before. Bonus is all the in-house made items, especially the BBQ.
I am fortunate to be able to drive all over the County and ask about the 'close-to-their-home' places where people eat and shop, Ed. But I am pretty good and finding them on my own also...


Mmm... Bbq... Cool looking place! Wish they had places like that up here. I did find that Whole Foods has smoked chickens now. :-)


I just went there for the first time a couple of weeks ago, and I loved it. It's nice to see an old-fashioned butcher counter, and the grocery items they sell are well curated. Plus, I love that they sell Sadie Rose bread. I can't wait to try their barbecue!


I saw the Whole Foods Smoked Meats Department area in the La Jolla and Del Mar stores, Soo. It's a good alternative, but if you find yourself 'out East', you should stop here and taste the difference.
Good you know where Valley Farm is, James. I think the first time, we did just grab something small and smoked from the heated shelves inside (to see if we liked it) and now we find ourselves getting something either before shopping or as we leave, quite regularly.

Hannah J

Ahh... Eucalyptus park! Had my first kiss there.. and my many young birthday parties. It really is loved by the locals. Would traditionally buy rolled tacos from El Puerto and eat under the shady trees. Wonderful!

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