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Julienne to host a CSA

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I just received the attached email from Julienne in So. Pasadena. Apparently, they are hosting a CSA (Community Sponsored Agriculture). Once a month, the Farm sends a share of their seasonal produce, enough for the week, in a carefully packaged box and the customer picks it up at a given drop off point—i.e. Julienne. If you are interested, please see the link below.

http://www.juliennetogo.com/community...

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  1. Awesome!! Thanks! I was looking into this a few years ago, and never did find any drop off points in my area, although I'm sure there must be. And never got any response to my email to Tierra Miguel.

    btw, Julienne is in San Marino. It's really great that they are doing this. Although I could never ever understand the raves about their food.

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    1. re: slacker

      After I got the meatloaf from my first trip there I was a little saddened. The setting is nice though (Enjoyed the bread).

      1. re: slacker

        Yes! San Marino - thank you for the correction. I have never actually eaten there, but i have stopped by to pick up their fantastic couscous salad which I now replicate at home. Think it may be the setting.

      2. Fantastic! If only I lived near Pasadena...

        IIRC there's a CSA that delivers to Culver City, which I could do...if their pick-up time wasn't late Friday afternoon.

        1. Please note: NOT OPEN SUNDAY
          That aside, for me, Julienne is all about breakfast. There's a special place in my heart for the bread pudding french toast.

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          1. re: xxpaulxx

            I don't know about the CSA stuff but the Creme Brulee French Toast is a wonderful way to start the day!