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pinotho | Aug 4, 202012:26 PM     1

I can't offer any take-out recs since we have decided to do all of our own cooking during this crazy time. However I have discovered a great product: Wine Country Pasta, which is fresh pasta made in Sonoma. Only way that I know to source it is in the coolers at Sonoma Market in the town of Sonoma. Shapes I noticed were angel hair, fettucine, linguine, and spaghetti. I didn't notice any filled pastas, although that's not to say that they don't make some. There is little reason to make your own pasta when you can buy pasta of this quality.

Back to Krispy Krunchy Chicken, there is a great source for it at the Oakland Airport. If you are going south on 880 and make that big sweeping exit to Hegenberger, you come to a stop sign, turn right, and then there is a red light, and on that corner there is a Chevron, and they do a good job with the chicken. It's enough to make you volunteer to drop someone at the airport. Of course no one flies anywhere these day. Be safe all.

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