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

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Norwich melons! Eckerton, Cherry Lane, Oak Grove, Norwich, and others, HEIRLOOM TOMATOES!!

Today I bought corn from Sycamore, cherry tomatoes from Shushan *it's there last day until the Fall), raspberries from Norwich, milk from Ronnybrook, and wonderful fragrant roses from Rose Meadow.  Paffenroth has their gorgeous radish, beet, and carrot varieties as well as unusual greens and a wide variety of onion family vegetables.  Stokes has tasty cherry tomatoes and Oak Grove has beautiful pepper plants. Cornuso has good looking haricots verts and Locust Grove has gooseberries, currants, raspberries, cherries, and peaches.

Violet Hill has bacon and other pork products and Quattro's has all kinds of smoked poultry and meat as well as duck eggs.  Lani and Windfall have interesting unusual produce including edible flowers, squashes, and peppers, and Eckerton has their excellent sungold tomatoes, other heirloom tomatoes, and other organic greens  Gorzynski has my favorite lettuces, other delicious greens and herbs as well as some raspberries. Bulich has several kinds of mushroom and Caradonna has berries and stone fruit. Tremblay has honeys and Beth's Farm Kitchen has their wild blueberry and other jams and chutneys.

[A message from Beth Linsky of Beth's Farm Kitchen:
HOT VINEGAR, THE NEWEST PRODUCT AT Beth's Farm Kitchen also the DILLY BEANS are back and we have FIG JAM for the first time this season. Happy Bastille Day}

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:
Saturday, July 14, BASTILLE DAY!!

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