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  • SALE! Pea Shoots, ~ 2 oz.
    Pea shoots are often used as a garnish or addition. They don't need to be cooked, and have a surprising, fresh pea taste.
  • [baby arugula]
    The spicy, peppery mustard-like green with a distinct bite that you probably either love or hate. Assuming the former, add to salads or sandwiches.
  • [chard, mixed, young]
    Tender, tasty, colorful mixed chard leaves.
  • [pepper cress]
    Pepper-cress (aka garden cress) is related to watercress & upland cress, yet different than either in appearance and taste. Refreshing bite! (best for salads or garnishes, rather than cooking)
  • [dandelions, green, young]
    Dandelions are tasty (but bitter) and incredibly good for you. There are lots of ways to counteract the bitterness if that's not your thing.
  • [young spinach]
    #5 on CDC's new "Powerhouse Fruits & Vegetables" list, its smallish leaves are nice for salads, the larger ones for cooking lightly.
  • BIG BAG of Cooking Spinach, ~ lb.
    Lots of spinach; good price; sometimes a bit rough, thus better to plan on cooking than using fresh in a salad.
  • [stir fry greens]
    Mix of colorful, tasty young leaves for stir-fries (may include kale, beets, chard, mustard, dandelion and more)! Whatever looks good when we go out to pick on Friday morning).
  • [green oakleaf lettuce]
    Beautiful, lobed green leaf lettuce.
  • [green lettuce]
    Beautiful green leaf lettuce.
  • NEW! RED Oakleaf Lettuce
    Red oakleaf lettuce is typically not as large or heavy as standard types.
  • NEW! BUNCHED Curly Kale [Organic]
    Standard green kale.
  • NEW! ½ LB. BUNCH  Asparagus
    Asparagus is one of the very first signs of outdoor, new-season growth, usually appearing the same week as rhubarb. It's usually about a 6-week harvest, so get it while you can!
  • [black turtle beans]
    These are local black dry beans, ideal for chile or Mexican dishes.
  • [tiger-eye-beans-dry]
    These dry beans have a hearty flavor and smooth texture, ideal for chile, soup or salad. Includes cooking instructions.
  • [red beets]
    A very tasty and nutritious food, red beet roots can be prepared in numerous ways, all resulting in delicious tastes far-removed from what you may remember eating out of a can as a child.
  • SALE! CHIOGGIA Beet Roots, ~ lb.
    Pink/white striped tasty Italian beets, originally from the Chioggia region of Italy.
  • [juice carrots]
    Seconds-quality carrots for juicing, for about half price!
  • [English hothouse cucumber]
    8-10 inches long, dark green, non-bitter, nearly seedless, very mild and tasty cucumbers. No need to peel it... the skins are so thin you just eat them.
  • [bunched green garlic]
    Similar in use to scallions, but with garlic taste.
  • [small garlic]
    Cured hardneck garlic has the best flavor of all! It is cured (dried) now and doesn't need to be refrigerated, unless you prefer that.
  • [seconds garlic]
    One or more cloves may be soft, but we're giving you a lot and hope you will be satisfied that you're getting (more than) your money's worth, you simply must work a bit harder to get the cloves that are still nice. (At this...
  • [jerusalem artichokes]
    Also known as sunchokes, these are sweet, nutty and crispy, and reminiscent of water chestnuts.
  • [SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS]
    House-grown. Popular Oriental mushroom. (Lakewood Farm)
  • SALE! Parsnips, ~ lb. [Organic]
    Closely related to carrots, compared to which they are even sweeter, are great in soup or roasted.
  • Closely related to carrots, compared to which they are even sweeter, are great in soup or roasted.
  • [3 ct dried cayenne peppers]
    DRIED Cayenne Peppers
    $2.00 $1.50
    Bag of 3 good-sized dried Red Cayenne peppers from our garden. My eye doctor told me that chile peppers were about the best thing you could eat for eye health! (HEAT: High medium, but still about 10 times hotter than a...
  • [red potatoes]
    Red-skinned potatoes with white flesh.
  • [Austrian Crescent potatoes]
    Small creamy gold fingerling potatoes.
  • [French breakfast radishes]
    Cylindrical pink and white radishes. Very tasty.
  • RED Radishes, bunch
    Crisp red radishes for salad or snacking.
  • [wild ramps]
    Gathered wild by one of our Co-op neighbors along their creek.
  • [scallions]
    Eat the whole thing, from tip to tip, raw or cooked.
  • [red french shallots]
    Mild member of onion family.
  • [sorrel, soup kit]
    All you need for sorrel soup, with a recipe included. This recipe creates a wonderful, lemony thick soup that is very refreshing. It's even great cold the next day. (Tastes like a lemony V8!)
  • [red-hothouse-tomatoes]
    Red hothouse tomatoes from the Martin's greenhouse, picked red-ripe.
  • [purple top turnips]
    Often overlooked as being an old-fashioned country food, turnips can be surprisingly tasty and are very healthy sources of many vitamins as well. Use roasted, mashed or in soup.
  • [seconds, roots, kit]
    Three-plus pounds of seconds roots, several seconds garlic cloves and some herb, plus a recipe sheet to make a tasty panful of roasted roots. Help avoid food waste by helping us use up good food that is not “perfect.”
  • [basil]
    Sweet Italian basil; greenhouse-grown.
  • [chives]
    Use the leaves on potatoes, eggs or soup. Blossoms -- when included -- can be torn into individual pieces and used to top soups, salads, or roasted roots.
  • [cilantro]
    Use in soup, salsa, or anywhere you like it!
  • [LEMON BALM LG]
    Lemon balm is in the mint family, and has mint-like leaves often used to flavor tea. Slightly tart, it is also used to flavor salads and meat.
  • NEW! Lovage, ~1 ½ oz. [no spray]
    Related to celery and parsley, it is intense! Use leaves as an herb; cook the stems in the fry pan with onions and garlic.
  • [oregano]
    Fresh oregano has a much more potent and delicious taste than the more common dried oregano found in shakers on the table at pizza shops. It spices up anything in a very tasty way!
  • NEW! Peppermint, ~1 oz. [no spray]
    Make tea or add to yogurt salad. Most Mint Julep recipes call for spearmint, but peppermint will work, too.
  • French Sorrel, ~1 oz. [no spray]
    Lemon-flavored leaves, good in salad, with fish, or in soups.
  • Spearmint, ~1 oz. [no spray]
    Use with tea or in various fruit salads.
  • [thyme]
    Wonderfully spicy, flavorful herb, great with eggs, or roasts or potatoes.
  • END! Golden Delicious Apples, ~2 lbs.
    Sweet, mellow, crisp and juicy apple for all uses. Two lbs. can be from 4 to 6 apples, depending on size. (chance seedling)
  • END! Pink Lady Apples, ~2 lbs.
    Sweet/tart and crisp. Beautiful, flavorful apple for all uses. Two lbs. can be from 4 to 6 apples, depending on size. Pinks are not usually large apples. (Golden Delicious X Lady Williams)
  • [seconds apples]
    Seconds apples have some blemishes but are still good enough for pies and sauce, and for approx. half price.
  • [frozen stewing chicken]
    2.5-3 lbs. These are stewing hens from our last flock of layers. They are great for stock or pet food. They are great for stock or pet food. PLEASE: KEEP FROZEN OR REFRIGERATED UNTIL USE, AND FOLLOW SAFE HANDLING PRACTICES.
  • [frozen chicken]
    3-3.5 lbs. These are stewing hens from our last flock of layers. They are great for stock or pet food. They are great for stock or pet food. PLEASE: KEEP FROZEN OR REFRIGERATED UNTIL USE, AND FOLLOW SAFE HANDLING PRACTICES.
  • MARTIN'S Free-Range Eggs, doz.
    Brown eggs from the Martin's flock of free-roaming, outdoor red hens, raised on pasture.
  • [6 DUCK EGGS]
    These eggs come from the Martin's small flock, raised outdoors with grass and flowing water. Duck eggs are 'richer' than chicken eggs.
  • [cheddar]
    Byers' Dairy; Cheddar cheese made with the Byers' organic milk from their herd of grass-fed Jersey cows, by a cheesemaker in Honey Grove, PA. (Raw milk)
  • [gouda cheese]
    Byers' Dairy; Gouda cheese made with the Byers' organic milk from their herd of grass-fed Jersey cows, by a cheesemaker in Honey Grove, PA. (Raw milk)
  • [gruyere cheese]
    Byers' Dairy; Gruyere cheese made with the Byers' organic milk from their herd of grass-fed Jersey cows, by a cheesemaker in Honey Grove, PA. (Raw milk)
  • [goat cheese curd, PIPE DREAMS]
    Pipe Dreams Goat Dairy; soft, spreadable goat cheese curd. (Pasteurized.)
  • [goat cheese tom basil]
    Little Antietam Goat Dairy; soft, spreadable goat cheese curd with tomato & basil added. (Pasteurized.)
  • [cider-half-gallon]
    Made by the Garbers from apples grown in nearby orchards, including orchards we get apples at. No artificial ingredients! (Pasteurized.)
  • Apple Sauce, pt.
    Made by Mrs. Tracey from her orchard's own apples. Ingr: apples, sugar, water.
  • [1 lb. honey, LEHMANS]
    Honey, lb.
    $6.50
    Made by Lee Lehman at his farm near Cheesetown, PA. All-natural unfiltered, unhomogenized, unpasturized raw honey.
  • [1/2 pt maple syrup]
    Made by Jerome Hess, this syrup is delicious and pure, with no 'stretchers.'
  • Blueberry Jam, ½ pt.
    Made by Mrs. Hege. Ingr: blueberries, water, sugar, pectin. (May include a tiny amount of margarine.)
  • [strawberry jam]
    Made by Mrs. Hege. Ingr: strawberries, sugar, pectin. (May include a tiny amount of margarine.)
  • [firewood logs]
    A box of 40-plus pounds of seasoned hardwood logs for your fireplace, campfire or backyard pit.

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