This Week’s Harvest: Panettone, Handmade Butter Crunch, Farm Frozen Veggies

Handmade Butter Crunch

Our Fish Share this week is Sea Scollops from Plymouth, MA. Red’s Best is packing them in 12 ounce trays with 12-18 scollops per tray.  Once you taste scollops this fresh you will be spoiled forever!

Red Lettuce and Romaine Lettuce from David at Miskell’s Premium Organics this week.  This is real growing magic!

We have a few new partner farms to introduce this week:
Unity Farm – Now that winter has firmly set in, Cathy Wells at Unity Farm is growing Green Kale for us in her range of greenhouses.  Cathy owns the land that Julie Rubaud of Red Wagon Herbs grows on too. She is working to create a partnership of different growers to best utilize her land and resources.

Quayl Chocolates is bringing us a treat for this holiday season – Handmade Butter Crunch that is wonderful!

Pete’s Greens is helping us once again to extend the season for their incredible vegetables. This week’s selection of frozen vegetables includes Broccoli, Cauliflower, Green Beans, Spinach, Zucchini, and Jalapeño Peppers. These are all frozen at the height of flavor on site at Pete’s.

In case you missed it, Red Hen Baking has started producing their Panettone bread.  A fruit filled brioche.  So great for the holidays and a real treat when toasted for breakfast.

Jen at Love and Tea has increased her selection of teas for the holidays, both for your pleasure and also for gift giving.

We have many amazing Roasts and Turkeys available for the next ordering cycle – delivering the week before Christmas. Start planning now and we will make sure those items are turned on the web site next Monday after your current orders are processed.

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  1. avatar Maureen Joaquin
    Posted December 7, 2013 at 1:20 pm | Permalink

    Love Quayles chocolates!

    Any idea when Harbison cheese might come back?

    Any chance of adding Vermont Peanut Butter Co products to the selections?

    • Posted December 10, 2013 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

      Hi Maureen! Glad you know and approve of Quayl’s Chocolates. It’s a great match and partnership for us all. Harbison should come back in the early spring. We’ve been really happy with our work with Tierra Farms so far. Have you tried their nut butters? They are a peanut free facility – as you are likely aware. Is it straight peanut butter that you are after?

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