Beets (bunch)$3.00 / bunch
Bunches of beets, with fresh greens. We grow a few different varieties. Chioggia are striped inside, Touchstone are golden, and Dertroir Dark are deep purple. We’ll pick what looks best, but if you have a preference, make a note with your order.
The greens are great sauteed with butter, white wine, and garlic – just as you would cook swiss chard.
Baby Celery$2.50 / each
Most farms have a hard time growing good-quality celery, given that it prefers to grow in “organic muck.” Well, we’ve got that, in spades, and our celery is the proof. Loads of flavor, though not as great for snacking this year due to the lack of rain. All Potter Hill potato salad? Yes please!
Lettuce$3.00 / each
Loose leaf head lettuce. All heirloom varieties, we’ll harvest what looks best that day.
Eggs (1 dozen)$6.00 / each
Best eggs around – pastured and organically fed, you’ll taste the difference. Happy healthy chickens make happy healthy eggs!
Kale$3.00 / bunch
Fresh, tender kale. Will beat the pants off any old kale you find at the grocery store. Bunches may be either green stemmed Vates or red stemmed Red Russian. We’ll pick whichever looks best. Both are open-pollinated heirloom varieties.
Squash and zucchini$2.50 / lb
We have a mix of different heirloom summer squashes, including zucchini (i.e. green summer squash). The flavor of these heirloom squashes is far superior to other modern varieties you’ll find at the grocery store of farmers markets.
Even if you don’t get too excited about squash and zucchini, try these halved or quartered, tossed with oil and balsamic, salt and pepper, and grilled. Salt to taste after grilling and toss again in a bit more fresh oil and vinegar.
You can pick out squash or zucchini when you come to pick up your order, depending on availability.