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Quinces at peninsula grocery stores?

anyhow Nov 25, 2008 11:27 AM

Hi --

I want to buy about 4# of quinces for Thanksgiving pie-baking ... and I haven't been looking for quinces. Last night, I tried three likely stores and struck out.

Any suggestions will be gratefully welcomed. Prefer mid-peninsula if possible. Thanks in advance.

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    rednails Nov 25, 2008 11:39 AM

    I would check Draegers (San Mateo or Menlo Park) first, then Piazzas (San Mateo, up on the hill in Laurelwood Plaza). Then try Mollie Stones, either Burlingame or San Mateo. Another thought--Sigonas, in the Stanford Shopping Center. Those are all good possibilities.

    1. j
      jsaimd Nov 25, 2008 11:39 AM

      Have you tried Sigona's in Redwood City? I have seen them at that Sigona's often ( but not the Palo alto one).

      1. n
        Nancy Berry Nov 26, 2008 08:45 AM

        Dean's Produce, on Broadway in Millbrae (very close to Shanghai Dumpling,) carries them along with lots of other really nice produce and Middle Eastern breads, cheeses and other ingredients.

        Dean's Produce
        451 Broadway, Millbrae, CA

        1. anyhow Nov 26, 2008 08:49 AM

          Thanks. I found quinces at both Sigona's at Stanford Shopping Center and Piazza's in Palo Alto. Didn't need to check your other recommendations.

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