• 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.

  • Mustard greens

    $3.75 / bunch

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

  • Pesto, Dill (small)

    $6.00 / bunch In stock

    Dill, garlic, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, olive oil, parmesan cheese, pepper flakes, honey, lemon juice, salt, pepper.

    Stock up, they keep in freezer indefinitely until you’re ready to use them.

    4oz jars are $5 with a $1 jar deposit.

  • Pesto, Thai Basil (half-pint)

    $10.00 / bunch Only 3 left in stock

    Half-pint jars of thai basil pesto. Great in curries, or if you’re making pad thai. Has peanuts. Made by CSA member’s daughter Margaret. Hopefully lots more yummy things to come.

    Thai basil, garlic, peanuts, sesame seeds, sesame oil, olive oil, jalapeños, soy sauce, honey

    8oz jars are $9 with a $1 deposit.

  • 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. Farmhand Angie also told me I should try them raw, so I did and they’re wonderful (I’m not a big fan of these cooked). You may want to peel the outside depending on personal preference – the inside has a taste like salad turnip but with a more kohlrabi texture (crunchy).

  • 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! Sold in bunches to start, greens are fine to cook too.