We are currently offering veggies (and sometimes mushrooms produced by our good friends at Primordia Mushroom Farm) each week through our Pop-up Share.
If you purchase any pop-up share items you are also welcome to enjoy what's growing in our U-pick garden. Right now that's mostly flowers, herbs and hot peppers. Bring your own scissors and harvesting containers.
We do not sell any produce ready to eat, though we aim to make it squeaky clean. We ask that you wash your food before eating it.
Please order what you'd like by Thursday morning at 8 AM. You may come pick up between 12 and 7 on the farm
Sweet Italian Peppers! A mix of red, yellow, and orange. Great for roasting, grilling, snacking, and salads.$4.29 per lb.
Tomatoes - for Freezing, Canning, Sauce - 10 lb
These are our seconds tomatoes. They may have a blemish or a strange shape, or have a split or be a little more ripe than we like to distribute. They will be a mix of heirlooms, slicers, and the meaty (and very sauce-worthy!) campari tomatoes. We usually use a mix of all of these for sauces we make at home and the ones we contract to the cannery.
A mix of our summer deliciousness that we can't otherwise sell.
Hot Pepper Mix, 1 lb
A mix of purple and red buena mulatta cayenne, heirloom fish pepper, jalapeno, and poblano. Pretty hot little guys. Make your own hot sauce or dry for blending up later.
Habanada Peppers, 1/2 lb
These peppers have a fruity, complex flavor reminiscent of habanero but without the heat.
"Bonita" White Sweet Potato, 1 lb
Starchy and sweet. We adore these sweet potatoes which are slightly drier than orange-fleshed sweets.
Buttery Fordhook Chard, one bunch
A green white-stemmed chard that will add richness to your dinner dish. We like to eat it as a simple side or mix it in with a rice or paste dinner.
Butternut Squash, 18 lb case
Want to stock up on butternuts? A half bushel box full of butternut squash.
Butternut Squash, one squash
Each butternut is about 1.5 - 2 lb. Try roasting in chunks with sweet potatoes and onions and even apples. Make soup with your favorite broth. I sometimes steam them in small chunks and then incorporate that into a pasta dish -- the butternut adds to the creaminess and sweetness of the buttery sauce.
Purple Daikon Radish, 1 lb
Purple daikon roots! These daikons are less spicy than white daikon radish and have a beautiful purple starburst inside, making them delightful for slicing thinly in salads or pickling/kimchi. You can even roast them! Try a recipe for daikon fritters and prepare to be amazed by how this radish can become a comfort food.
Kale, Curly or Toscano bunch
Oh kale, you're back!
We're so happy to greet you again.
In order to lure my little one into really enjoying his kale, I sautee it with carmelized onions and make sure there's a good amount of butter (or coconut oil), a generous dash of soy sauce, and a quick drizzle of maple syrup. Seems to work. The adults are eating way more greens too.
Broad Wing Farm Heirloom Tomato Salsa - Mild+
Heirloom, Cherry and Campari Tomatoes, German Extra Hardy Hardneck Garlic, Onions, Sweet Italian Frying Pepper Mix, Habanda Peppers, Jalapeno Peppers, Cilantro, Salt, Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar. No added sugar.
This salsa has a complex rich roasted flavor. I'm someone prone to hiccoughing when something is a bit too spicy -- this salsa gives a gentle burn but there is not danger of overwhelming my sensibilities. Add minced hot peppers if you want to crank it up to Medium or Hot! Add fresh chopped cilantro to make it super fresh. We eat it with chips, on tacos, and use it alongside mayonnaise as a dip for our roasted sweet potatoes.
Cilantro, 1 bunch
Juicy fall cilantro; just what you need to go along with our Broad Wing Farm salsa or your last batch of tomatoes from the garden. Now beginning to bolt a bit, but because it's fall the stems are still tender and the flavor still excellent.
Bonita, White Sweet Potatoes, 10 lb
Stock up on sweets. We like to roast about 4-5 lb at a time for a gathering or big family dinner, or just to have for the rest of the week.
Tomatoes, One Pint Red Campari
An overflowing pint of sweet, meaty red campari tomatoes. Yes, we're still picking from our greenhouse!
Personal Size Pumpkin!
These pumpkins are super cute, and still carve-able. Turns out their seeds make The Best Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Ever. Yummmmmm.
Arugula, 1/2 lb bag
Medium size arugula, tender enough to be chopped for salad. Could also be used in arugula pesto or as a cooking green. We ate it in salad this week with some of our autumnal tomatoes, wild dandelion greens, and a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
One medium to large napa cabbage. Napa is always mild and juicy-crisp, an excellent addition to a fall soup or a sautee or a kimchi. We will also mix it in with our salads. Refreshment in a cabbage.
Red and Gold Slicing Tomatoes - 2 lb
October red slicers for you sandwiches and salads and tomato dishes! Yes, it is still seasonal to have amazing tomatoes in October!
Fennel, 1 bulb
A hearty fennel bulb with a couple inches of stalk and frond. Roasted or grilled fennel is the way to enjoy this lovely fall vegetable! We do a mix with our other favorite roasted veggies, including onions and beets and carrots. Fennel adds some sweetness and hints of anise flavor.
Broccoli, 1 lb
Fall broccoli! Or brocca-trees as we say. We like chopping them up (including the tender portion of the stem) and tossing with mix of equal parts olive oil, maple syrup, and soy sauce before oven roasting.
YOUNG Kale -- 1/2 lb bag
This kale will be bagged red russian and siberfrills kale -- very tender and young.
Sweet Potato, Orange Beauregard 10 lb
A 10 lb case of Beauregard: stock up! We can roast about 5 lb to share with a group of family or friends at one meal.
Sweet Potatoes, Orange Beauregard, 1 lb
Sweet, moist-fleshed orange Beauregard is the classic sweet potato that we all love.
Dry-roast them at high heat to carmelize all the sugars and you won't need to add any sugar to enjoy the depth of flavor.
Caraflex Green Cabbage
These are crispy sweet cabbages with pointy tops! They are perfect for fresh slaws and for cooking up in cabbage dishes.
Broccoli, 3 lb
Because one pound isn't enough! We are getting into the thick of awesome, plentiful broccoli season. And it's tasting better and better.
Carrot, 2 lb
Because one pound of carrots isn't enough. These are topped carrots -- just the sweet orange roots.
Hakurei Sweet Salad Turnip
Yes, sweet AND turnip! Hakurei in the fall are sweet and tender, especially as nights get colder. We eat these fresh in salad. We drizzle little slices of them with lime juice and sprinkle salt and even the tiny guy will snack on them. One bunch of salad turnips with greens that can be cooked up for your enjoyment.
Carrot, 10 lb
Stock up on sweet carrot roots! These are "bolero", our favorite orange storage carrots. They can for weeks or even months, but we hope you eat them up and come back for some more.
Shiitake mushrooms, 1 lb
Get a good price on these shiitakes when you buy a pound at a time!
Shiitake Mushrooms - 1/2 lb
"Broad, umbrella shaped, firm cap. Wide open veils, tan gills and curved stems. Meaty texture, earthy umami flavor, one of the most popular and versatile mushrooms worldwide. Remove whole stem before cooking, but you need don’t toss them: add the fibrous stem to soup stock. They can be used chopped or whole. Stir-fries, pastas, soups, entrees and sides. Great sauteed with steaks, chops, and burgers." - grown by our besties at Primordia Mushoom Farm.
Price is per half pound.
Lion's Mane Mushroom - 1/2 lb
"White with shaggy with long icicle like structures. Known for its medicinal qualities helping brain and immune function. Texture is “flaky” or “stringy” and chewy similar to lobster or crab meat. Sweet, savory, meaty. Tear into bite size wedges or cut into thicker slices like a small steak. Sauteing. Baking, frying." - Grown by our besties at Primordia Mushroom Farm!
Price is per half pound.