• Arugula

    $3.00 / bunch

    Add a peppery spice to a salad. Also, seriously great on sandwiches.

  • Beets (bunch)

    $3.50 / bunch

    We grow a few different varieties. Chioggia are candy cane striped inside, Touchstone are golden, and Dertroit Dark are deep purple.  We’ll pick what looks best. The greens are great sauteed with butter, white wine, and garlic – just as you would cook swiss chard.

  • Bok choi

    $2.50 / each Only 3 left in stock

    Stir-fry with plenty of garlic and a bit of soy sauce.  So easy, so good.

  • A crowd favorite, our bunches of mixed-color carrots are made with all heirloom varieties.  Each variety has a subtly different flavor.  Great for grilling and roasting.  Grate raw to add some color into any salad or slaw.

  • Moving from the tunnel out to the field and not skipping a beet! Or carrot.

  • Celeriac

    ~ $3.00 / each Approx. 1.00 lbs

    Celeriac is a root vegetable with a mild celery flavor.  Great in soups and stews, mashed with potatoes, or shredded to make a slaw.

  • Double Chocolate Brownie (NEW!)

    $4.00 / each Only 1 left in stock
    1 large brownie – $4
    Chocolate Brownie : Dark chocolate, cocoa powder, brown sugar, unsalted butter, sugar, eggs, all purpose flour, salt, vanilla extract.
    “Pepper Rose Bakery” 
    Fresh baked by Chelsea Masson. Our local neighbor trained in Boston and has been practicing her skills inspired by classic simple recipes and lots of love. 
  • Garlic

    $1.00 / each

    First Potter Hill grown garlic – delicious!

  • All heirloom varieties, with names like Black Krim, Cosmonaut Volkov, Rose de Berne, Aunt Ruby’s Green, Orange Banana Plum, Amish Paste, and more.

  • Herbs, basil

    $2.50 / bunch

    Fresh basil, nothing better.  These will keep for a week+ in a jar of water on the counter.

  • Herbs, dill

    $2.50 / bunch

    Fresh, fragrant dill. Feta, radish, dill quiche. Try it, seriously. So good!

  • Herbs, parsley

    $2.50 / bunch Only 1 left in stock

    Nice flat-leaved Italian parsley.  No curly parsley here, thank you very much.  Parsley loves our heavy soil, and has a wonderful sweetness when picked fresh.

    In the words of the immortal Angelo Pellegrini – “There is nothing that wouldn’t be improved by the addition of a little fresh minced parsley.”

  • Great in curries, soups, and stir fries or pair with fish. Or make yourself a nice drink with it! A lovely smell and the taste is just as nice.

  • Herbs, savory

    $2.50 / bunch

    Not commonly found in markets, this oregano relative goes great with beans (green or otherwise) and summer squash (grilled or sauteed).  Also, a good match for chicken or pork.

  • Cinnamon/clove flavor with hints of anise. Great in any stir fry!

  • Honey

    $10.00 / each In stock

    1 pound jars of Potter Hill produced honey. The beekeeper said based on the color it is mostly wildflower honey, but surely there’s veggie flower pollen in there too as I see honeybees all the time in the garden. They also have a 2 mile radius, so I imagine many of you have seen them too!

  • Sweet little treats. I’ve been told these delicious golden berries taste like pineapple, orange juice concentrate (wasn’t a compliment), and Kix cereal. Some people love them, others not so much. Paddy Rose will eat an entire 5 gallon bucket if left alone with them!

  • Kale

    $3.50 / bunch

    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.

  • Early heirloom leeks, tall and slender. Try these on the grill with a nice steak. Chop up the tops like scallions and roast with potatoes.

  • We’re back in lettuce abundance. A little undersized this week, but looking perfect. The heads will be mostly romaine and a few green oak leaf. Choose the triple washed lettuce mix for more color.

  • Instant salad – a combination of lettuces that look best each week. Potential candidates are summer crisps, romaines, and leafy lettuces. Comes in 1/3 pound bags.

  • Mustard greens

    $3.00 / bunch

    Mustard greens are great for sauteing and braising.  We have a mix almost too pretty to eat. But definitely eat them!

  • Great for cooking or raw. My favorite salad right now is lettuce mixed with spicy salad, creamy cheese, green apple, balsamic, and of course red onion.

  • We mostly grow red and cooking onions for dry onions, but some sweet onions got missed as fresh onions. Enjoy them while they last, they will be gone in a few weeks.

    The sweet onion we grow is the Australian heirloom Ailsa Craig, which are sweet and mild like a Vidalia while having a richer flavor.

    Cut a nice thick slab and stick it on your burger.  And cut one for your sweetheart, too, while you’re at it.

  • These flavorful and pungent yellow cooking onions are just the thing for every recipe that starts with some chopped onion in a hot pan. These open-pollinated beauties are called Dakota Tears, which live up to their name.

  • Mostly mild peppers great for blistering on the pan or grill. I say mostly because rumor has it one in ten are spicy! I’ve definitely had that “10th” spicy pepper a few times already though so it might be more than that.

  • Summer spinach, like a cross between chard and spinach. Not as tender as our spring and fall spinach, but just as tasty.

  • Purple Kohlrabi

    $3.00 / bunch In stock

    Kohl rabi, as I understand it, translates directly from German as “root cabbage”.  It’s a bit of a misnomer, as the edible part of a kohl rabi plant is actually the swollen base of the stem.  But you can see how it got it’s name.

    Kohl rabi is very mild and sweet, great for raw eating or light steaming. Peeled, these purple orbs have a crisp white flesh that is great dipped in hummus, or even better just as it is pulled from the ground with just a bit of salt.

  • These red and white beauties are good in a salad, for snacking, or on a sandwich.  Or on buttered toast, for breakfast.  As if you were French. Seriously, it’s good.

  • Salad Turnips

    $3.00 / bunch

    Tokyo Market Turnips aka Salad Turnips aka Hakurei Turnips. Call them what you want, these are a light summer delight. Crisp, juicy, delicious – they go great cut up in salad, dipped in hummus, or just plain with a bit of salt. Or roast them, but they don’t need long! Sold by the bunch. Currently much more petite than in the picture.

  • A spicy combination of tokyo bekana, tatsoi, mustard greens and arugula – toddler to teenager sized. Sold in bunches despite the picture!

  • Swiss chard

    $3.50 / bunch

    If you’re not sure about swiss chard – sautee in butter, add minced fresh garlic and white whine, braise until it’s as tender as you like it.  You’ll be a convert.

  • Tokyo Bekana

    $3.00 / bunch

    If the tatsoi you’ve come to know and love is “asian spinach”, tokyo bekana is “asian lettuce”. It has a nice sweet flavor with a crunchy lettuce texture. Very mild, great in salads!

  • Mixed heirloom varieties, like a little box of jewels.