My wife and I really enjoyed our weekly visit to the Calabasas Farmers Market this last Saturday. Right across the street from the Sage Brush Cantina, we have been attending this Calabasas, Hidden Hills and surrounding area family favorite locale for years.
I recently learned that the Calabasas Farmers market is one of twenty four farmers markets in the Orange County, Los Angeles, and Ventura county areas organized and hosted by California Certified Farmers Markets.
These markets are open year-round and provide the opportunity for local farmers, small businesses, and various food vendors to sell and market their goods directly to the community.
We tell all our friends, family, colleagues and clients to visit. At the Calabasas Farmers market, you can find an assortment of fresh produce including a wide variety of fruits and vegetables (including fruits that can't be found elsewhere) such as the Pluot, which is a hybrid between a plum and an apricot, I had it for the first time, and was pleasantly surprised.
You can also find fresh cut flowers, bonsai and bamboo trees, beautiful orchids, pure honey, a wide array of fresh herbs and spices, oils and vinegars, tons of vegan cheeses and dressings, hummus and yogurts, bread, pastries, and even all organic, vegan, and gluten free desserts.
Being a real estate professional, and this being my passion, I really enjoy being a part of this community. Because of my residential, commercial, lending, and other realty professional relationships and projects, I am kept close to what I enjoy doing every day.
The Farmers Market is just one of those places that I am always enthusiastic to share, and it is so rewarding for me to see the people I interact with, familiar faces, and all those whose relationship and trust I appreciate and enjoy.