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Posted 8/8/2011 9:23pm by Tuesday Market.

Hello Friends,

The fabulous JMPT quartet joins us again this year at Tuesday Market. Here's a picture of some kids blissing out to their show last year. Come hear them on the plaza this Tuesday between 2:00 & 5:00. JMPT

I've been waiting all year for Apex Orchards to bring plums to market, not only because I want to eat the plums, but also to have a reason to share with you this poem by William Carlos Williams:



To a Poor Old Woman

munching a plum on
the street a paper bag
of them in her hand

They taste good to her
They taste good
to her. They taste
good to her

You can see it by
the way she gives herself
to the one half
sucked out in her hand

Comforted
a solace of ripe plums
seeming to fill the air
They taste good to her



OK, if you're looking for a snack for yourself or your kids, there's nothing more tasty & healthy & unique & satisfying husk cherriesthan a husk cherry. It's not really a cherry – it's related to a tomato – but that will not stop your child from being truly mesmerized by it. Kids quickly learn that the only place to find husk cherries (besides maybe your garden) is at the farmers market. Here's Maiya demonstrating how you peel back the husk before popping it into your mouth. Her husk cherries come from Old Friends Farm (notice the glorious flowers in the background). Crabapple Farm grows delicious ones too.

KARMA returns this week with scrumptious vegetarian food made from market-fresh ingredients. If you're gluten-free, ask Brian to make you a roll wrapped with a lettuce leaf. They also have incredibly refreshing herbal coolers to quench your thirst. Really good.

Watermelon & cantaloupe make their grand appearance at market this week. The peaches are doing that glorious peach thing. There's garlic, a huge variety of tomatoes & peppers, sweet corn, and some of the largest, juciest, sweetest, freshest summer onions you will ever see in your life.

Green River Ambrosia (Mead!) and Appalachian Naturals (Salsa!) are both at market this week, and New England Wild Edibles not only has fantastic shiitakes, they also always have an incredible array of wild mushrooms and a bunch of stories to go with them. Bone Flower Botanikals  and Full Moon Henna will be back with herbal preparations and henna tatooing, which was a huge hit the last time they came.

The brooms hand-made by JP and Marian from Justamere Tree Farm make a perfect wedding gift, as everyone whose wedding I've been invited to in theWhisks last several years knows. In fact, if you're getting married, and if you're thinking about inviting me, definitely refrain from buying one of their brooms, but otherwise go ahead and pick up a few for all those fall weddings that are coming up. Here's a picture of Alejandro Escovedo buying one of their smaller brooms after his appearance at market last year.

And speaking of gifts, there is no better way to say Have a great summer, or Get a Life, or Your skin lacks beta-carotene than to give someone you know Tuesday Market wooden tokens to be used like gift certificates at any market vendor. 

Next week I will tell you about the Pie Contest. Later on this week I will send you a reminder about the Jackson Street Farmers Market happening this Friday. For now, let me simply say that we double the value of all food stamps, and that we need you to help spread the word, because everyone who wants to should be able to enjoy the incredible fruit of this summer and this soil.

See you at market!

Old Friends

Posted 8/1/2011 8:22pm by Tuesday Market.

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Hi Everyone –

Huge thanks to Mister G for coming out last week and giving such a great
concert. Many bugs were in attendence, and even if a storm did come in the middle and scatter all of our skinny legs everywhere, we still had a fantastic time.
Red Barn Honey
I'd like to welcome the market's newest vendor, Dick Connor of Red Barn Honey. Dick has hives all over Northampton (including at Town Farm) as well as farther up the Connecticut River. Recently he told me that bees from a single hive collectively travel 55,000 miles and visit more than two million flowers to make a single pound of honey. Here at Town Farm, we've been admiring all the bees buzzing around our cantaloupe and watermelon flowers for the last few weeks. It's pretty amazing – this week you can buy delicious raw honey made from nectar collected by Dick's bees, and next week you can get a melon that wouldn't be here if not for the pollination the bees are doing. True synergy.
 heirloom
The heirloom tomatoes have arrived – and maybe you recognize this picture from last year – if so, it's only because your farmers have been far too busy harvesting this year's tomatoes to stop and take any pictures of them.

Matt the Electrician plays a couple songs courtesy of WRSI, and then we have Maggie Shar and her awesome friends playing some wonderful fiddle & banjo. Welcome back Maggie!

Karma has delicious vegetarian food for us this week. New England Wild Edibles has the best shiitakes. Mockingbird Farm has eggs galore.

We'll se you at market!


Mister G

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2 bugs

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We are open from 1:30 to 6:30.
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Posted 7/25/2011 2:11pm by Tuesday Market.

Hi Friends,

It's all about BUGS at Tuesday Market this week. That's because we're throwing a party for the release of Mister G'sbug new CD, Bugs. There'll be bug tattoos, make-your-own bug costumes (check out Noah's hat on the right), and fantastic music from one of the most entertaining and popular family musicians in the valley, Mister G.

Come on down and enjoy the show while feasting on chef Unmi Abkin's incredibly refreshing GAZPACHO (along with scrumptious garlic bread). I had some of it for dinner the other night and was totally blown away. Pick up a gazpacho recipe and grab the ingredients from one of the farms at market. And if you're one of the lucky people who finds a bug sticker on the bottom of your gazpacho bowl, you win a gift certificate to Unmi & Roger's new restaurant, opening in September!

A varied and glorious assembly of summer vegetables will be showing up for the CD release party and then hanging out through August. Eggplant will be in abundance this week. The heirloom tomatoes are starting to come in. Peppers are off to a good start. Some of us farmers are looking at our fields in wonder (and even a bit of fear) at the sheer amount of food that will soon be loaded onto our harvest wagons!

Peaches get rolling in the next couple weeks. For now, keep enjoying
blueberries the blueberries, the apricots (Apex Orchards will be back this week) and the last of the summer raspberries.

Hey Lida Lewis – You won this month's Tuesday Market raffle, which means you get a $5 coupon to every market vendor. How about that?

Pretty soon I will tell you all about how well our FoodStampsX2 program is going, including the fact that over 50 families & individuals per week are using their SNAP benefits at Tuesday Market to purchase incredibly delicious & nutritious food! Thank you for helping to spread the word that we double the value of all customers' food stamps. For now, our success means that we need to keep raising funds for this great program. Here's how you can make a tax-deductable donation – it's through Grow Food Northampton, which has so generously partnered with us in this effort. And don't forget that all the farmers markets in Northampton accept SNAP and have double value programs.

Now let me take a moment to thank our fantastic, fantastic Tuesday Market interns, without whom we could not double food stamps or offer weekly art projects.
Callan, Ceilidh, and Claire truly make the market a better, brighter place. Feel free to stop by the Tuesday Market table and thank them yourself!

See you at market!

callan

libation

Green River Ambrosia returns with their out-of-this-world Ginger Libation!

Enterprise

The summer's bounty from Enterprise Farm!

Bill L.

 The summer's bounty from the parking garage. Thanks Bill!

Posted 7/18/2011 8:35pm by Tuesday Market.

Hello Friends,

I've become a fool for Raspberry Fool. It's my favorite dessert in ages. So simple & straightforward it'll break your heart. Here are the ingredients –


1 ½ cups fresh raspberries (I probably don't need to tell you where to find these)
3 Tbs. brown sugar
1 tsp fresh lime juice
1 cup heavy cream
1 ½ Tbs confectioners sugar
½ tsp pure vanilla extract

Crabapple Farm raspberries
It's very easy to make. Just get your friend Kendra to come over and do the following –

  1. Set a medium-mesh sieve over a medium bowl. Use the back of a wooden spoon to push 1 cup of the raspberries through the sieve, smearing the berries back and forth across the mesh until only the seeds and pulp remain. Scrape any puree from the bottom of the sieve. Stir the brown sugar and lime juice into the puree.
  2. In a chilled medium metal bowl, combine the cream, confectioners sugar, and vanilla and beet with an electric hand mixer on high speed until soft peaks form, about 2 minutes.
  3. Pour the raspberry mixture over the cream. Use a butter knife to gently stir the mixture so that thin streaks of red run through the cream. Spoon the m ixture into 4 glasses or small dessert bowls and top with remaining raspberries.  

This week Bistro Les Gras returns with Lobster Rolls and a Chilled Corn & Avocado Soup with sundrop tomatoes. The corn is from Green Meadows Farm and the tomatoes from Crabapple Farm.

Cakery Dauphine is back with Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes & Lemon Tarragon Cupcakes with local berries. The chocolate cupcakes feature Kiss of Cassis cordial from Bug Hill Farm and zucchini from Enterprise Farm.


Lloyd Miller – otherwise known as Ulysses S. Dee of the Deedle Deedle DeesLloyd Millerplays a set at 4:00 this week. Lloyd is great. His most recent release – titled American History + Rock-n-Roll = The Deedle Deedle Dees – features songs about John Muir, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, César Chávez, Satchel Paige, and others whose stories are often ignored or incompletely told by textbooks and school curriculums. Catch him at market  this Tuesday before he speeds off for a show in Brooklyn.

And don't forget that next week is the CD release party for Mister G's new CD – BUGS!

Silas in Garden


And let me say that I'm very proud to welcome our newest – and youngest – and least rational – grower to market this week. Not Ramona Quimby, not Harry Potter, not Luke Skywalker, but my very own son Silas James will be selling onions & cucumbers grown & picked himself from his garden. Find him under the Town Farm canopy. He says he's going to sell out before I do, but come on – who are you going to buy vegetables from – him? or me?

And don't miss Green Meadows Farm's sweet corn. And don't miss everybody's raspberries.

We'll see you at market.




spritzers

lamb

shaved ice

yum

Tuesday Market is located next to the parking garage in downtown Northampton.

We are open from 1:30 to 6:30 every Tuesday.

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Posted 7/11/2011 9:57pm by Tuesday Market.

Friends –

Who is this mysterious man, and how did he grow such an exceptional mustache so early in July?
mysterious man

There's only one way to find out. Come to Crabapple Farm's stand at Tuesday Market and ask him for yourself.

And while you're there, take a seat on the plaza to listen to three of the most awesome new bands in the area. Starting around 3:00 this Tuesday, School for the Dead, Sun Parade, and Lux Deluxe play some acoustic songs to gear up for their sets at the Green River Festival this weekend.

Listen to the bands while munching APRICOTS from Apex Orchards (Yay Yay Yay Welcome back Sarah!).

apricot


Wash down those apricots with some raspberries from Park Hill Orchard, Crabapple Farm, Bug Hill Farm, or Town Farm.

Raspberries


Clean your palate with an incredible chocolate-covered goat-cheese truffle from Sangha Farm.

sangha

Make a bug mask with one of our fantastic Tuesday Market interns – in order to get ready for the CD release party of Mr G's BUGS on July 26th.

bug mask

And check out pottery from Anna Hogeland.

And try one of Miz Annie's 40 different varieties of garlic.

And eat prepared food from Northampton's Karma restaurant.

And simply enjoy the summer. We can't wait to see you there.

Tuesday Market is located next to the parking garage in downtown Northampton. We are open from 1:30 to 6:30. Here is our website



horns

Posted 7/4/2011 10:19pm by Tuesday Market.
Hi Friends – 


Our music lineup for the month of July is so exciting I'm going to start with it.

First, on July 5th, our good friends The Sweaty Buttons return with their soulful accordion, fiddle, banjo & guitar.

Then, on July 12th, three awesome bands – Sun Parade, School for the Dead, & Lux Deluxe – play unplugged as a warm-up for their shows at the Green River Festival.

On July 19th, Lloyd Miller – a.k.a. Ulusses S. Dee of the Deedle Deedle Dees – plays a solo set.

And finally, on July 26th, Tuesday Market has the amazingly good fortune to be hosting the release party for the new CD from Mister G. It's called BUGS, and there'll be bugs in every direction, with bug tattoos, bug art, bug costumes,and more!

All the music this month is family-friendly, meaning adults & kids can bliss out to it in equal amounts.

Now – this week – in addition to our regular roundup of misfits & layabouts, we have these exciting additions:

Stunning Wooden Bowls from Spencer Peterman.


Bone Flower Botanicals makes a range of herbal preparation
s and will be offering henna body art.

Our good neighbors from Green Meadows Farm return with a wide range of vegetables grown right here in the Northampton meadows. And in case you don't know, most of the food grown down in the meadows is shipped off for processing in other parts of the country. Let's do everything we can to support the growers who are keeping it as local as it can possibly get.

Park Hill Orchard returns with raspberries & blueberries and the like. Welcome back Russel!

We are pleased to announce that Miz Annie makes her return this week with her many different varieties of garlic. I'll be writing more about her in the weeks to come.Miz Annie

Pedal People return to help you with your bike repair needs. Look for them nex
t to the bushes in the central part of the plaza.

And finally, I am very excited to announce that the folks at Karma will be preparing phenomenal food  for us on the first Tuesday of every month, starting this week with fresh veggie & hummus wraps, spinach & portobello wraps (the wraps are either a wheat lavash or a red lettuce leaf, which is perfect for the gluten-free among us), as well as veggis juices, smoothies and iced herbal tea.

Lucky us.

So really great stuff this week, and I've hardly mentioned the raspberries, the cucumbers, the tomatoes, and those tender, succulent, leafy greens.
Come on down. We can't wait to see you there.

shaved ice dance

old friends

chicken

Tuesday Market is located next to the parking garage in downtown Northampton.
We are open from 1:30 - 6:30.

Posted 6/27/2011 9:25pm by Tuesday Market.

Dear Friends,

This month – like every month – we choose one of you at random from our mailing list to win a $5 gift certificate to every market vendor. It's an opportunity for the winner to stock up on delicious food, and maybe also to meet some of the vendors they haven't taken the opportunity to visit yet. It's one of the ways
yellowwe want to thank each of you for all you do to make this market so great. And the winner of this month's raffle is...

M Zeiss.

But dear M, you remain very mysterious to us. Are you a Mary? Or a Mark? A Millicent? Or a Manuelo?.  Whatever you are, old M, come to the market table this week and we will bestow upon you – Maud? Margery? – such a bounty of gift certificates for you to take onto the plaza and use as you wish...

And what will you find this week, dear Matilda? dear Madalena? dear Mitzy?

Stop by Bug Hill Farm, where Kate Kerivan concocts some of the more delicious elexirs you can find in New England, all made on her soon-to-be-certified organic farm in Ashfield. I've been to Kate's farm, and I've  seen how in the smallest of spaces she creates rich worlds of overlapping vegetation – the raspberry plants and the tomato plants sharing a greenhouse, the small perennial fruits clustered in their raised beds. Kate's signature product is her ever popular Black Currant Cassis, from which she makes an endlessly refreshing black currant spritzer, available this week along with her Lavender and Honeysuckle-Infused Honey (she grows the honeysuckle, and the honey comes from hives on her land). Also check out Kate's Strawberry Rhubarb Compote and her incredible roasted beet spread. Kate's a wonder, and her products are entirely unique. We're lucky to have them available at market.

Oh Michael? – Mario? – Miguel? – did you see that Unmi Abkin has her tantalizing dish – Honey Miso Noodle Salad – available for all of us this week, made fresh from Town Farm ingredients? Unmi and Roger are taking a short break from their hard work starting a new restaurant to provide this simple, delicious meal for us to eat while we listen, first, to cellist Ben Solee, doing a quick set under the WRSI tent before his Iron Horse show, and then to our much-loved Peter Blanchette, who has been gifting  us all spring with the best music the market has heard to date.

M? You are listening, I hope, because otherwise someone else will win all your gift certificates.

Old Friends Farm brings us the first
sungold cherry tomatoes of the season. Swsungoldseet and delicious and oh so orange, they are nearly jumping out of their baskets in anticipation of being at Tuesday Market. Bite into a sungold while staring into the depths of one of Old Friends Farm's cut flowers. A burst of summer synesthesia, old chum, old M, old Methuselah, old Mudpuppy.

Appalachian Naturals & Green River Ambrosia are back this week with their scrumptious things in bottles and jars, and finally...

Check out the two terrific artists we have special at market this week. Danielle Vengrove offers stunning black & white photos of Western Massachusetts and the larger world. Sarah Platanitis of AnselBlue Design Studio makes wonderful, quirky, useful objects from found images and her own drawings.

Oh Marcia? – Melvina? – Mortimer? – we love you. We're longing for you. We can't wait to see you this week. Don't forget to stop by and say hello.






Tuesday Market is located next to the parking garage in downtown Northampton.
We are open from 1:30 to 6:30, and yeah we have things like carrots & beets & kale, too.
And the first raspberries – and the last strawberries – of the season. Doesn't it just break your heart how quickly they go.

Here is our website. Here is our facebook page.
Posted 6/20/2011 10:14pm by Tuesday Market.

Hi Everyone –

Come get delicious Robinson Farm artisanal cheese at the market this week. Creamy and flavorful, the cheese is made from happy, healthy, organically raised, grass-fed cows.  Sadly, it's a rare thing these days for cow
robinsons to actually get outside and eat grass, but that's not a problem at Robinson Farm. Not only is their cheese great, they are also the 4th generation of their family farming the land in Hardwick, MA. Several years ago, they downsized their herd to 40 cows and transitioned to organic and grass fed -- an impressive and brave decision. They became certified to sell raw milk and learned the meticulous art of cheesemaking. I can only imagine how many hours of love and care go into each wheel of cheese. Stop by their stand this week to sample all the varieties (we especially like the Tekenink Tomme). You can make a quiche or a fritatta or a grilled cheese, but we often just leave a wedge on the counter for a little while to get the best flavor, and then we eat it all up before it even has time to get in the oven. 

Bistro Les Gras is back this week with an incredible Tuesday Market menu:


Lobster rolls on local wheat brioche with radish and herbs.
Wheatberry and turnip salad with turnip green pesto and sangha feta.


And will the soup be the cucumber-vichyssoise or soupe pistou?
Come to market to find out, and then follow up your meal with an delectable treat from Cakery Dauphine. They made their Tuesday Market debut last month with their very popular cupcakes. This week, Amanda is back with:

Carrot & Goat Cheese Cupcakes!

Barbara from Foxfire Fiber in Shelburne Falls join us this week with gorgeous yarn spun from her own sheep. Check out her website to learn more about her flock and her products, and come by market to stock up for your next project.

The tomatoes are ripe and delicious. The heads of lettuce are as big as, well, our heads. The flowers at Old Friends Farm are like stars making a visit from neighbor galaxies. And Peter Blanchette plays his archguitar.

What more could we ask for an a beautiful June day?

We'll see you there.

Old Friends

Old Friends

 

Posted 6/14/2011 7:39am by Tuesday Market.

Hey Folks –

The only possible way you could get a tastier, healthier chicken than the ones raised by Pete Solis at Mockingbird Farm is if you raised them yourself on your own lush pasture. They're fed organic grain, they roam about munching grass & insects, and – most importantly – they are a heritage breed called Freedom Ranger, which is bred for flavor instead of quick growth. Freedom Rangers actually act like chickens – pecking, running, crowing – which is a lot more than can be said for the millions and millions of other chickens raised in this country in factories every year. Stop by Pete's stand and ask him more about how he raises all the animals on his farm.

The epic strawberry season continues this week. Get your fresh strawberries from Crabapple Farm, Enterprise Farm, and Town Farm. One thing you'll notice is the size of the berries at Tuesday Market. There are some big ones, some medium-sized ones, and a lot of small ones. The reason for this is that
berry the small ones taste really good. A favorite variety is Earliglow – small, deep red, and as sweet & flavorful as any strawberry you can find anywhere. It takes a lot longer to pick Earliglows – and for this reason  most commercial growers won't touch them – but we think it's totally worth it. What's the point of growing, picking, and selling strawberries unless they taste incredibly good?

Devon from
Beaumont's Berries knows this, which is why she sources her berries from the best local growers (including herself) and then cooks up her batches of jam with just the right amount of sweetness, which allows the true berry flavor to pour through. She has this years' strawberry jam anjamd strawberry-rhubarb jam available this week, fresh out of the kitchen.

Sugarsnap peas, garlic scapes, and the season's first carrots are among the other tasty June things you'll find at market this week, along with
delicious, ripe, red, greenhouse-grown tomatoes.

Erick Alan from Amity Front plays the market at 4:00 this week, along with some other guest musicians, hosted by Joan from The River. We're so lucky to have WRSI at market, and Thornes right next door, and Florence Savings Bank generously supporting our FoodStampsX2 program. Please support these terrific local businesses whenever you can.

Hey, see you at market.

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Tuesday Market is located next to the parking garage in downtown Northampton.
We are open from 1:30 - 6:30 and the knees of our pants are stained strawberry-red.


Posted 5/22/2011 10:39pm by Tuesday Market.

Hey Everyone –

First thing's first – the winner of our first ever monthly raffle is

Catherine Sands!

She's a friend of yours, she's a friend of ours, and maybe you ought to make her into an even better friend now that she's lucked out and won a $5 gift certificate to every regular market vendor! Congratulations Catherine. Don't spend it all in one place, because you can't, because that's the whole point, OK? Anyway, congrats. Come to the market table to pick up your coupons.

And to all you people pouting at your computer right now, don't worry. The winner of next month's raffle will be announced in this newsletter prior to the fourth Tuesday in June.

And now – I am very excited to tell you what's happening next.

This Tuesday! Unmi Abkin! Lux Deluxe! Peter Blanchette!Radish

Is it a cooking demonstration? Or is it a rock concert? 

You decide.

TUESDAY MARKET!

On Tuesday, May 24th, Lux Deluxe and Peter Blanchette will play at Tuesday Market, while Unmi – the chef that opened Cha Cha Cha years ago – will show people how to cook her legendary Honey Miso Noodle Salad using fresh produce from Crabapple Farm, Old Friends Farm, and Town Farm. Bowls of the salad will be served, the recipe will be given out, and donations will be collected for FoodStampsX2, the program initiated by Tuesday Market and Grow Food Northampton that does two things at once: Gets healthy, delicious food to the people that need it the most, and helps the farmers to grow the food in the first place. Because good food should be for everybody.

Here's the schedule:

2:30 – Unmi and Roger Taylor cook Honey Miso Noodle Salad

3:00 – Lux Deluxe 

4:00 – Unmi and Roger Taylor cook Honey Miso Noodle Salad

4:30 – Peter Blanchette 

5:30Unmi and Roger Taylor cook Honey Miso Noodle Salad



Also this Tuesday: Garth from Green River Ambrosia will return with more bottles and more samples of his truly incredible Honey M
Garthead & Ginger Libation. Try the chamomile. Try all of them. You'll be amazed at the depth and the variey of flavors.

Our guest craftsperson this week is Ann Hogeland, selling some of her beautiful, hand-made pottery. Please stop by and welcome her to market.

And listen, it's gardening season, and our farmers want to set you up right. Stop by and talk to the folks from Sangha or Enterprise or Crabapple or Bug Hill Farms to get starts and advice from the people who know the most about growing healthy and productive plants.

And if you're after hanging baskets, don't miss John from Hickory Dell Farm. He's a good neighbor, he's the head the Northampton Ag Commission, and he'll be off haying for the rest of the summer, so this is your last opportunity to pick up some of his lovely f
lowers at Tuesday Market.

Hickory Dell

Enterprise


And finally – Yay! Yay! Yay! Tevis and Rachel from Crabapple Farm have added a new crabapple to their pantry. A baby boy born Saturday morning. We wish the little one all good things.

And finally, finally – our special events this week are to help raise funds for our FoodStampsX2 program, but of course, you don't have to wait until Tuesday to donate. All you need to do is click here.

See you at market!

bowl


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WE DOUBLE THE VALUE OF FOOD STAMPS! (AT LEAST $5 PER WEEK.) WE ALSO ACCEPT WIC AND SENIOR COUPONS.

Prepared Food from  Beets and Barley

Delicious pizza from Laughing Tomato Wood Fired Pizza Oven

This spring's Maple Syrup from Justamere Tree Farm

Shaved Ice from Town Farm

Home-made Jam from Beaumont's Berries

Bouquets Wild Rose Farm

Artisinal Cow Cheese from Cricket Creek Farm & Grace Hill Farm

Pasture-Raised Meat from Crabapple Farm & Cricket Creek Farm

Honey from Red Barn Honey

Tempeh & Kim-chi from Hosta Hill

Wild Mushrooms from New England Wild Edibles

Organic Ginger & Flowers from Old Friends Farm

Pastured Lamb from Leyden Glen Farm

Pastries and Breads from Tart Baking Co.

And the freshest vegetables available anywhere from Red Fire Farm, Crabapple Farm, Crimson and Clover Farm, Old Friends Farm & Wingate Farm

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