The Market

  • Apples from Foppema’s

    $2.50 / lb In stock

    Apples grown conventionally (not organic) from Foppema’s Farm. Macs mostly for cooking and Fujis for snacking.

  • 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.

  • Fall = butternut squash season. Stock up! We did. Our butternut was a victim of the drought – I mowed the plants down long ago so so I stocked up from our friends at Tangerini’s Farm. Paddy Rose and I ate lunch while we were there (they have a school too!), and had a butternut squash flat bread with leeks and apples (and plenty of cheese) that was AMAZING!

  • Cabbage, Red

    ~ $4.00 / each Approx. 3.00 lbs

    Beautiful red heads of cabbage.  Very sweet, great for slaw, sauerkraut, or roasting.

  • Sweet fall orange carrots organically grown (not certified) by our friends at Tangerini’s Farm in Ashland. We have baby carrots still out in the field that hopefully will still size up, but until then these will more than do!

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

  • Full Beef Share

    $250.00 Only 1 left in stock

    A share in our Beef CSA is equivalent to a 1/4 cow.  The CSA is a one-time bulk pickup in late fall.  CSA members give us a deposit on their share, and this helps us to cover the up-front costs associated with raising the animals.

    Price listed is the deposit. 1/4 cow will be about 125 lbs of beef and will be priced at $9.25/lb so very roughly $1,150. It’s certainly a large upfront cost, but it should last you all year, and it’s a great feeling to always have dinner in the freezer. 125lbs will fit in a small chest freezer.

  • 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.

  • Two varieties of potato available. A yellow potato great for mashing and a purple one great for roasting. Both from our friends at Tangerini’s Farm.

  • 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.

  • Sweeeeeeet! Taters! The deer got every single one of our sweet potato vines this year, but fortunately our friends at Tangerini’s have enough to share. Organically grown (not certified), medium to large sweet potatoes.

  • Top round roast

    ~ $31.25 / package Approx. 2.50 lbsIn stock

    Best for braising, but you can get away with roasting this lean cut.  Just don’t overcook it – medium-rare is best. Great for roast beef