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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Hot Peppers! Heirloom Tomatoes!! Fairytale Eggplants!! Agretti!!

Sycamore, Eckerton, Cherry Lane, Norwich Meadows,Stokes, and Oak Grove have delicious heirloom tomatoes and a wide variety of eggplants. Oak Grove, Locust Grove, Terhune, Caradonna, Breezy Hill, and others have peaches and plums. Sycamore, Oak Grove, Cherry Lane, Paffenroth, Miglorelli, and others have corn. Norwich, Mountain Sweet Berry, and others have beans, including Mountain Sweet Berry's haricots verts and jaunes and Norwich's purple string beans. Durr has many colors of gladiola and Dutch Mill has beautiful lycianthus and lilies. River Garden has beautiful wildflower bouquets. Oak Grove finally has their excellent hot and sweet pepper varieties, although there will be even more as the season progresses. Eckerton is starting to have their great peppers as well. S&SO has a wide variety of produce including beautiful baby eggplants and squashes. Norwich and Oak Grove have tomatillos and melons and Cherry Lane has brought in some interesting melons as well.

Stokes has squashes, peppers, herbs, okra, and shallots in addition to their heirloom and cherry tomatoes. Keith has lovely lettuces, lemon cucumbers, herbs, heirloom tomatoes, and other organic greens. Quattro's has smoked poultry, hot and sweet sausages, wild turkey and chicken eggs, and poultry. Cato Corner is here with several cheeses and Ronnybrook has various milks, butters, yogurts, and ice creams. Three Corner Field Farm is here with sheeps milk yogurt , ricotta, and other cheeses as well as various lamb cuts. Violet Hill is here with eggs, guinea hens, and Belle Rouge chickens. Mountain Sweet Berry's first golden nugget potatoes (chef's favorite!) are here. Northshire has agretti and wild watercress.

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