|near West Covell Boulevard and County Road 98|
|7 days/wk, 8:30 a.m - 5 p.m. during strawberry season (April-ish - ?)|
|May close earlier if fruit is sold out|
|(916) 519-2660 (for order of three flats or more)|
|Fou Sio and May Saelee|
FL Strawberries is probably the closest small fruit and vegetable stand to Davis. The best way to find it is to head west on West Covell Boulevard out of Davis and look for the little white stand on the left. As their name suggests, strawberries are their main product, but they often sell other fruits and vegetables (cantaloupes and squashes have been spotted there, for example). Their strawberries are exceptionally sweet and yummy, often having been in the fields next to the stand only minutes before you've purchased them. The berries are $2 for a basket, $7.50 for four baskets, or $10 for six baskets. Look for their sandwich board on Covell near the city border as an indicator of whether they're open or not.
In the News
Read a post from Bounty and Savings and another story from Sacramento Magazine about this fabulous stand.
2010-05-13 16:43:14 I *love* these strawberries. With all due respect to the fine vendors who come to the Farmers' Market, these are always sweeter and more flavorful. They will spoil you so that you no longer want to eat other strawberries. —CovertProfessor
2010-05-28 09:57:47 I brought cherries last week and they were heavenly! The best thing is I'm allergic to a lot of cherries (prickly mouth, slight swelling), er I do still love cherries - but I didn't have much reaction eating cherries from this stand. However, they spoil very quickly (mold coming out the next day) but that only indicated to me that they're picked fresh and ripe, and no preservatives/coatings. Eat them immediately after you brought those. —LeeY
2010-07-22 04:55:30 Just a tip... these berries are delicious and beautiful but like the best of fruit, they are so tasty because they are THAT close to rotting over-ripeness (in the most wonderful way imaginable!) Buy only what you need, but buy often. They only keep for a few days after buying, even if refrigerated. —KBathory
- If you cannot finish them all, make jam: 2 cups quartered berries, 1/4 cup sugar, 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice. Mix in large glass bowl (5 or 6 cup) and microwave on high for 10-15 minutes. This makes about 6 to 8 oz. Store in a covered jar in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. —SueHjerpe
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