It is a time of quickly changing availability, as anyone who regularly orders Long Wind Farm’s Little Guys is aware. This week we know in advance that they won’t be coming, so why not try some of our other wonderful options if you haven’t already: juliets, little San Marzanos, heirlooms, Long Wind As, and cherry pints from Dog River, Last Resort and River Berry Farms are all for sale this week. These warm sunny days and cooler evenings are perfect for grilling, and fall is swordfish season. Add sausages, Jimmy Nardello peppers, some coleslaw made with this week’s fresh cabbages, and close out summer right.
If you need an umami shortcut for your soups, stews, and noodle bowls, look no further. Moromi creates small-batch, specially fermented shoyu with locally sourced ingredients in coastal Connecticut. We have their Shoyu, Ginger Soy Sauce, limited edition Maitake Soy Sauce and Gochu Chili Moromi Sauce. Choose one, add some fresh ginger, garlic, noodles, your protein of choice, and dinner is minutes away.
A very special treat from Trenchers this week. Pots of tiramisu, and gluten-free, to boot!
Two more incredible artisanal cheeses have made their way to us from Lazy Lady, both of them featuring creamy cow’s milk to temper the tangy goat. Two Lips is buttery-smooth, oozy and Robiola-esque, while Trillium’s silky texture features 2 thin layers of ash and a soft, ashy rind.
News came from Larson’s Creamery last week: because of breeding schedules, they will be unable to sell us their A2A2 milk for some months. We thought this might be a great time to remind everyone how wonderful Strafford Organic Creamery and Rogers Farmstead are.
Aronia berries pack in more nutrients and antioxidants than either blueberries or elderberries. Raw, they can be slightly astringent, but cooking or mixing with other fruits helps bring out their wild grape flavor. They are native New England fruit, also known as the chokeberry.
Anne Marie's story is similar to many others who have suffered from food allergies in that for years she struggled with health issues without knowing why. Ultimately, through a lot of difficult trial and error, she found that she had a fairly severe allergy to corn and strong sensitivities to gluten and white sugar. Because of the pervasiveness of these ingredients, going to the supermarket or a restaurant was never the same. It was difficult to find items that both fit her diet and tasted good, particularly in regards to baked goods.
We work closely with our partner farmers and producers and update our storefront with the food that can be delivered the next week. Our storefront is updated and ready to shop by Friday at 5pm every week.
Start shopping Friday at 5pm. You can update your order anytime between then and midnight on Sunday. There's no need to check out, we'll submit your order for fulfillment every week unless you suspend.
During the week, we and our partners work to source, pack, and get your order to you. We offer both delivery and pickup locations in Massachusetts and Vermont. You can change your location every week.
At Farmers To You we know our farmers and producers personally. That’s why we can promise to provide fresh, high quality food produced on healthy farms. If you are not satisfied with our products or our service, we’ll provide a complete credit to you.
We know you do not make your food decisions lightly. We are grateful for each purchase you make from Farmers To You that supports our farmers and producer partners that are dedicated to growing nourishing food for your family.
Here is our promise so that you can feel good about your buying decision.
We sell food grown in a regenerative and sustainable way. Our farmer partners care for your health, and for the land, animals and the environment. The farmers and producers share their precise farming and production practices.
We find the best foods available in New England from more than 100 local farmers and producers. It is hard to find other markets with this breadth of local, fresh and delicious vegetables, meats, cheeses and other foods.
Our partnering Farmers and Producers are some of the best in New England. Most are organically certified, and those who are not use sustainable practices. They are in this for the love of food, farming, and the art and craft of it all. Get them into a conversation about their crops or animals, their soil practices, or their land and be prepared for a lengthy and passionate discourse. They are masters of their craft and are all very excited about the nearly direct relationship they have with you. All of them feel it is essential that families know the people who produce their food. They are fully committed to the well being and health of your family.
We are on a mission to build a trustworthy and sustainable food system by connecting farmers and families. We carefully select quality, clean and flavorful foods and commit to a waste-free, safe and regenerative regional food system. Our farm-fresh food comes from the best New England farms. With more than 100 farmers and producers we've got you covered from vegetables, meat and dairy to beverages, home and health. Our farmers take great care with their farming practices to support our communities, the land and your health.