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Jul 23, 2008 12:17 AM

Looking for delicous handmade pasta North County Farmers Market

Good Evening- I just discovered your site and I have learned so much already. We are putting together a certified farmer's market in Bonsall (debut 9/7). We have some amazing growers and vendors registered, as well as chefs (cooking demonstrations). The one thing we are missing is someone(s) that makes delicious homemade pastas and sauces. Can anyone out their point me in the right direction? We don't have the variety up here that the rest of the county has.

We are also considering two bread people for one spot. The one company is well known and does all of the great markets. Any input on bread would also be appreciated.

Thank you so much for your help. I am looking forward to being a part of this community.

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  1. Check out the farmer's markets in the other areas. Each town's meets at a different time. Ours in Escondido (Tuesday afternoon 4-7 pm) has 2 bakeries, a chocolatier, and an incredible tamale vendor, just for starters. The crepes are incredible.

    1. Check out Rosanna's Pasta in Encinitas

      Russo's Pasta Shop
      270 N El Camino Real Ste I, Encinitas, CA 92024

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      1. re: Enorah

        Thank you--I will try Rosanna's tomorrow.

      2. Peggy's Pasta comes to the Del Mar farmer's market each Saturday with fantastic homemade pastas, excellent breads and desserts. I know she goes to other farmer's markets, too. Here's her website -

        1. Thank you for your input. We were so lucky to find Delaney's Pasta out of Temecula. Her handmade pastas and sauces are amazing.

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          1. re: BCFM

            We had been getting Peggy's at a couple of different markets but just got Delaney's at the Little Italy market a few weeks ago and now pick it up every week. It's great, lots of good varieties including whole wheat. We haven't seen her sauces yet. What kinds does she offer? I've heard good things about your market by the way - lots of folks looking forward to it. Too far away for us to do regularly but we look forward to checking it out.