The Market

  • Beets (bunch)

    $3.50 / bunch Only 2 left in stock

    Combo of Potter Hill beets and Upswing beets. Lots of color, lots of flavor!

  • Cabbage, red

    ~ $4.00 / each In stock

    Red cabbage from Farmer Brittany at Upswing Farm. Not cone shaped like in the picture!

  • Carrots, orange (loose)

    $2.50 / lb In stock

    Yummy carrots by the pound from Farmer Brittany at Upswing Farm. My third planting (first that produced) looks great for next week!

  • Garlic

    $1.00 / each

    Potter Hill grown garlic – delicious! “The bee’s knees” according to one happy customer. At this point, it’s somewhere between fresh and cured garlic but yummy no matter how you slice it. Order as single heads, no longer bunched in 3s and priced accordingly.

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Herbs, shiso

    $2.50 / bunch

    Described as the Japanese basil (used in everything), I’m excited to try this herb. According to the seed catalog, it has a “cinnamon/clove flavor and aroma, with the spiciness of cumin”. Shiso pesto is on my to do list!

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

  • Honey

    $17.00 / each In stock

    Wildflower honey from CSA member and volunteer extraordinaire Alex.

  • 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.

  • Our lettuce glut sadly has passed. It’s a tough time to be a lettuce right now – peak heat and peak drought (hopefully). We’re moving on to some smaller heads for $3.

  • New potatoes are freshly dug, not simply small potatoes. So fresh the skins haven’t cured yet, so we don’t pre-wash them as the skins would come right off. These red potatoes are always good for roasting, frying, and mashing, but a quick steam really brings out the delicate flavor and texture of a new potato. You’ll actually notice some sweetness to these tots as the sugars haven’t converted to starch, which happens later during the curing (for storage) process.

  • Fresh bunches of Rossa Lunga (red) onions. The greens can be used like scallions but are more robust.

  • Fresh bunches of yellow onions. The greens can be used like scallions but are more robust.

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

  • Popcorn

    $1.00 / each

    New to the selection! Pop it in a brown paper bag in the microwave or on the stovetop. A surprisingly healthy, whole grain snack. From Tangerini’s Farm.

  • 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.