One variety of the meat-cheese plates served at the restaurant Farm Stand in Placerville is composed of ham, salami, Brie, provolone, olives, pickled veggies and baguette chips.
One variety of the meat-cheese plates served at the restaurant Farm Stand in Placerville is composed of ham, salami, Brie, provolone, olives, pickled veggies and baguette chips. Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com
One variety of the meat-cheese plates served at the restaurant Farm Stand in Placerville is composed of ham, salami, Brie, provolone, olives, pickled veggies and baguette chips. Allen Pierleoni apierleoni@sacbee.com

Placerville’s Farm Table has real farm-to-fork fare

November 05, 2014 8:00 AM

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