The Market

  • 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!

  • Sweet fall orange carrots organically grown (not certified) by our friends at Tangerini’s Farm in Millis.

  • 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.

  • Pork Sausage with Chili, Fennel, and Red Wine
    $12 / 3 links / 14.5-oz package
    Ingredients: Pastured-raised pork, red wine, pickled chilis (chili, salt, garlic), salt, chili, garlic, fennel seed, black
    peppercorn, coriander seed
    Heat Level: Medium

  • Sausage, Maple Breakfast

    ~ $11.00 / package Approx. 1.00 lbs

    Pork Sausage with New Hampshire Maple Syrup and Sage
    $11 / Uncased / 1-lb package
    Ingredients: Pastured-raised pork, maple syrup, salt, white peppercorn, sage, ginger, cayenne pepper
    Heat Level: Mild

  • Pork Sausage with Ancho and Pasiila Chili, Tomato, and Cilantro
    $13 / 3 links / 14.5-oz package
    Ingredients: Pastured-raised pork, tomato, chili, salt, cilantro, apple cider vinegar, cumin seed, garlic
    Heat Level: Spicy

  • Pork Sausage with Fennel, Garlic, and White Wine
    $12 / 3 links / 14.5-oz package
    Ingredients: Pastured-raised pork, white wine, pickled sweet peppers (Jimmy Nardello peppers, salt, garlic), salt,
    turbinado sugar, garlic, fennel seed, black peppercorn, coriander seed
    Heat Level: Mild

  • Spinach, 1 pound

    $12.00 Only 1 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!