• Arugula

    $3.00 / bunch Only 2 left in stock

    Add a peppery spice to a salad. Also, seriously great on sandwiches. This planting got a little roughed up from the snow but has grown back pretty nice. And spicy!

  • Our fall planting is still a little ways off (if it even makes it!), so I stocked up from our friends at Aprilla Farm. Classic red beets.

  • Celeriac

    ~ $3.50 / each Approx. 1.5 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.

  • Well, actually you need to do the frying. Unripe green tomatoes, an end of season treat…get them while they last!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Lettuce Heads

    $3.00 / each In stock

    Gorgeous heads from the tunnel. Decent sized and getting bigger.

  • These flavorful and pungent red and yellow cooking onions are just the thing for soups and stews…. and every other recipe that starts with some chopped onion in a hot pan.

  • A pre-1880s heirloom, crisp and sweet on the inside and slightly spicy on the skin. Great along with carrots, potatoes, and onions for a roast or stew on a cool night.

  • Rutabaga

    ~ $3.50 / each

    I missed my rutabaga seeding window this season, so these are from the rock star farmers at Tangerini’s Farm. For a real treat on a cool fall night, chop into smallish pieces and roast until golden brown along with your other favorite roots. Rutabaga fries are devoured by our little ones, and even preferred to potato fries by this farmer.

  • 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. They stay sweet and tender no matter how big they get!

  • Scallions

    $2.00 / bunch In stock

    Delicious heirloom scallions, different varieties throughout the year. The tops of these got hit pretty hard in the freeze, but the rest of the scallion is still delicious!

  • Spinach

    $3.00 Only 3 left in stock

    Gorgeous fall spinach. Eat it raw or just wilt it, delicious no matter how you serve it. Large sized leaves mostly, so much better than baby spinach!

  • Swiss chard

    $3.50 / bunch

    Sweet, tender chard from the tunnel. 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.

  • These hot radishes will keep for months so you can cure your craving for radishes all winter long. Slice thin, salt liberally, splash with vinegar – this cuts the heat and brings out the sweetness. Or shave onto a salad for some explosive color and you won’t even notice the heat!