Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers !

Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers  !

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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Gorzynski's Elderberries! Locust Grove's Damson Plums! S&SO's Hot Pepper Boxes!

Things are pretty much the same as last week, with summer's glorious produce all available now. Many farmers have tasty heirloom tomatoes, including Cherry Lane, Keith, Stokes, Eckerton, Sycamore, Cheerful Cherry, Oak Grove, Norwich Meadows Farm, and others. Eckerton, S&SO, Stokes, Oak Grove, Norwich, and others have hot and sweet peppers and many have beautiful eggplants. Peaches and plums are all around the market, including Caradonna, Terhune, Locust Grove, Cheerful Cherry, Oak Grove, and others. Norwich has good-looking small artichokes as well. Terhune and Fantasy Fruit have blackberries, Mountain Sweet Berry and Fantasy have Tri-Star strawberries, and Fantasy and others have blueberries. Bulich has several kinds of mushroom. Ryder Farm has eggplants, peppers, and other produce and flowers.

Sycamore, Cherry Lane, Paffenroth, Miglorelli, and others have corn. Stokes, Gorzynski, and Keith have generous bunches of herbs, including several kinds of basil, and Gorzynski and S&SO have big beautiful lettuces. Seatuck Fish has seafood and fish and Cato has delicious cheeses. Three Corner Field Farm is here with various sheep products, including lamb cuts, yogurt, and cheeses. Dutch Mill and River Garden have lovely flowers. Hawthorne Valley Farm has breads, cheeses, vegetables, and quark.

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