Saturday, August 31, 2019

FIGS ARE BACK

Figs are making their second appearance for the year.  Figs have two crops a year.  The first crop occurs in July.  After a rest, the next crop matures in late August and September.  The second crop usually has smaller fruit sizes.  This year our Brown Turkey and Penache Tiger Stripe figs are looking pretty good in the size category.  The Black Mission however are true to tradition and are on the small side so far this year.
       We are now harvesting Asian Pears, apples and Jujube.  A sign that fall is arriving.  We will still have grapes, peaches, plums, and pluots.  Peach season is coming to a slow close. We still have green Kelsey plums, soft Laroda plums, crisp Casselman and Cassie plums and a limited supply of Dapple Dandy pluots.
      The gardens are still producing tomatoes, cucumbers, okra, long beans, basil, peppers, and eggplants. We are starting to have some  winter squash.  Now is the time for Delicata winter squash.


Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Yellow Freestone Peaches: Rio Oso Gem, O'Henry
Cling Peaches: Bowen
Plums:  Laroda, Kelsey, Cassie, Casselman
Pluots:  Dapple Dandy
Grapes:  Kyoho, Red Purlett, Thompson Seedless.
Apples:   Gala
European pears:  Bartlett
Yellow Asian Pears: 20th Century, New Century
Brown Asian Pears:  Hosui, Yoi
Figs: Brown Turkey, Green Penache Tiger Stripe and Black Mission 
Jujube: Sugar Cane, Li
Cucumbers: Asian cucumber, Lemon cucumber and Armenian cucumbers 
Tomatoes:  Red, Heirloom, Yellow, Pink, Roma,
Cherry tomatoes:  Sungold, Rosalita, Black cherry
Tomatillos
Okra
Summer Squash:  Zucchini, Crookneck, Tromboncino (limited supply)
Winter Squash:  Delicata, Red Kuri, Black Futsu
Sweet peppers (Limited supply)
Chili peppers: Shishito,  
Eggplant: Japanese (Limited supply)
Beans: Chinese long beans
Basil, Rosemary, Red and Green shiso
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:

Peaches from Sunnyslope Farm:  Fay Elberta, O'Henry
Gala Apples from Sunnyslope Farm
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary 
Comb Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

PEACHES

We are into peach season. Yellow peaches will be in supply till the end of August and into the beginning of September.  Now is the time for peach pie, peach cobbler, peach smoothies, peach jam and freezing and canning peaches.  You get the picture.   We love these end-of-season peaches:  Fay Elberta, Rio Oso Gem, and O'Henry. Opale is our last white peach and it will be gone soon.  
     Fall fruits are definitely starting to show up in the farm stand.  Kosui and 20th Century Asian pears are yellow, sweet, and juicy.  Hosui is a sweet, crisp brown Asian pear.  Coming from Sunnyslope Farm as well as our own orchard are Gala Apples. These pretty apples have a yellow background and an attractive red blush.  And of course they are sweet, crisp, and juicy.  We are also starting to sell some Bartlett pears.   Figs are making their second showing for the year.  We have brown, green, and some black figs.
       Now it is grape season. Kyoho grapes are back.  Sweet juicy and oh so flavorful.  Although they have seeds, everyone has been loving them.   We also are harvesting Red Purlett grapes and Thompson seedless grapes. 
       In the vegetable garden the cucumbers and squash plants are battling heat stress.  We still have a good supply of tomatoes, cucumbers, tomatillos, and okra. A smaller supply of peppers, eggplant and beans.
     Out in the orchard we are trying to finish the persimmon thinning.  Their season  will be here in a couple of months.  So we have to get the crop ready.  We are also busy cleaning up fire blight in the pear trees.  The wet spring increased the fire blight damage in our trees especially since we don't spray.


Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Yellow Freestone Peaches:  Fay Elberta, Rio Oso Gem, 49ers,
White Peaches:  Opale
Cling Peaches: Bowen
Plums:  Burgundy, Red Ace, Laroda, Eldorado, Kelsey 
Pluots:  Dapple Dandy, Flavor King, and Flavor Queen 
Grapes:  Kyoho, Red Purlett, Thompson Seedless.
Apples:   Gala 
Yellow Asian Pears: Kosui, 20th Century
Brown Asian Pears:  Hosui
Yellow Nectarines: Fantasia
Figs: Brown Turkey, Green, and a few Black Mission
Cucumbers: Asian cucumber, Lemon cucumber and Armenian cucumbers 
Tomatoes:  Red, Heirloom, Yellow, Purple, Pink, Roma,
Cherry tomatoes:  Sungold, Rosalita, Black cherry
Tomatillos
Okra
Summer Squash:  Zucchini, Crookneck, Patty Pan, Tromboncino
Sweet peppers (Limited supply)
Chili peppers: Shishito,  
Eggplant: Japanese and Italian(Limited supply)
Beans: Chinese long beans(Limited supply)
Basil, Rosemary, Red and Green shiso
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:

Peaches from Sunnyslope Farm:  Fay Elberta
Gala Apples from Sunnyslope Farm
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Monday, August 5, 2019

HEART (HEAT) OF SUMMER



     Along with heat, produce is also thriving.  Some plums got sunburned, some peaches ripened more quickly than needed, some vegetable plants wilted but all is good now.  We survived the week of high temperatures. 
      White and yellow peaches are the stars of the show for now.  Now is the time for peak season juicy sweet peaches.  We are also getting cling peaches for those of you who like firm sweet peaches.
     Plums should not take a back seat to peaches.  We now have 7 to 10 varieties, all juicy sweet and tasty.  Just letting you know, we are now harvesting Kelsey the green plum. The skin is green and the flesh is sweet and yellow. 
       It is August but fall is starting to show up.  We have early Gala Apples and a few Asian Pears.
      In the vegetable gardens we are harvesting slicing tomatoes, salad tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, paste tomatoes, and heirloom tomatoes. We are getting some chilies and tomatillos.  The squash and cucumbers continue to produce their share.



Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Yellow Freestone Peaches:  Delight, Gene Elberta, 49er, Fay Elberta
White Peaches:  Babcock, Silver Logan, Opale, Paradise
Cling Peaches: Bowen
Plums:  Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Frontier, Burgundy, Red Roy, Laroda, Eldorado, Black Amber, Kelsey
Apples:   Gala 
Yellow Asian Pears: Kosui
Yellow Nectarines:  Flavortop , Fantasia
Wild Blackberries
Figs: Brown Turkey (limited supply)
Cucumbers: Asian cucumber, Lemon cucumber and Armenian cucumbers 
Tomatoes:  Red, Heirloom, Yellow, Purple, Pink, Roma,
Cherry tomatoes:  Sungold, Rosalita, Black cherry
Tomatillos
Okra (limited  supply)
Summer Squash:  Zucchini, Crookneck, Patty Pan, Tromboncino
Sweet peppers (Limited supply)
Chili peppers: Shishito, 
Eggplant: Japanese and Italian
Beans: Chinese long beans(Limited supply)
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:

Peaches from Sunnyslope Farm:  Fay Elberta
Gala Apples from Sunnyslope Farm
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Monday, July 22, 2019

NOW WE HAVE PEACHES

        I should be showing you a picture of peaches, but these free spirited cucumbers that I found hanging on the vines inspired me to show off their creativity.  These cucumbers can behave and be very straight and in addition they are tasty, crisp, juicy, seedless and thin skinned. Hope you will have a chance to get some while they are plentiful.  Although we are flush with cucumbers it is peach season for sure.  
       We have yellow and white freestone peaches.  The next two weeks will be the height of the season.  Don't miss these tasty, sweet, juicy, gems of the season. 
       Many are asking about figs.  Figs are taking a break until at least August.  Please check later.  
      More plum varieties are now available.  Red fleshed plums include Burgundy, Satsuma and Frontier.  Yellow fleshed plums include Santa Rosa, Red Roy, Laroda, Black Amber, Cassie, and Eldorado. We are surprised to have some European plums this year.  Tulare Giant is a sweet yellow fleshed European plum with purple skin.
      Tomatoes are finally here.  Supply will be a little sparse for a week. We are starting to get larger ones as well a a few heirlooms.



Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Yellow Freestone Peaches:  Red Haven, Frost, June Pride, Delight, Gene Elberta
White Peaches: Sugar Lady, Babcock, Nectar, Silver Logan
Plums:  Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Frontier, Burgundy, Red Roy, Laroda, Eldorado, Black Amber,
European Plum:  Tulare Giant
Wild Blackberries
Eureka Lemons
Valencia oranges
Cucumbers: Asian cucumber, Lemon cucumber and Armenian cucumbers 
Tomatoes
Cherry tomatoes:  Sun Gold
Okra (limited  supply)
Summer Squash:  Zucchini, Crookneck, Patty Pan, Tromboncino
Sweet peppers (Limited supply)
Chili peppers : Shishito, 
Japanese eggplant
Beans: Chinese long beans(Limited supply)
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:
 
Peaches:June Pride and Suncrest from Sunnyslope Farm
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Monday, July 8, 2019

SUN IS SHINING, FRUIT ARE GROWING

     Summertime fruit are shining.  Yellow and white peaches,and plums are definitely here.  The early crop of figs has just about finished. We have started the tedious task of picking wild blackberries. These are sweet, flavorful, juicy and of course seedy.
       In the garden we are into the cucumbers and squash harvest.  Tomatoes, Sungold cherry tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, wax beans and long beans are starting to produce.
       The cucumbers are plentiful:  Asian, Armenian and lemon cucumbers. Armenian are light green and firm with a small seed cavity.  Asian cucumbers are thin skinned, seedless, non bitter and juicy.  Lemon cucumbers are light green, lemon shaped, sweet and tender.  

Here is one of my favorite Asian cucumber recipes. 

              Cracked Asian Cucumber Salad
Use one or two Asian cucumbers. Wash and cut off the ends.  Make a partial 1/2 inch cut lengthwise in the end. Then use your hands to twist the end so that a chunk cracks off the end.  Continue to crack chunks (about 1" to 2") off the cucumber.  Slice only as needed to continue cracking off the pieces. Place in a serving bowl and sprinkle with 1/4 tsp salt. Toss.  Place in the refrigerator for half an hour while the liquid comes out of the cucumber.  Remove cucumber from refrigerator.  Gently drain off liquid and lightly squeeze cucumber to extract more liquid.  Pour 1 Tbsp soy sauce over cucumber and toss. Next pour 1/2 tsp sesame seed oil over cucumber and gently mix. Sprinkle with 1/2 tsp toasted sesame seed.  Serve immediately or refrigerate.



Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Yellow Freestone Peaches: Flavorcrest, Regina, Red Haven, Frost, June Pride
White Peaches: Sugar Lady
Plums:  Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Frontier, Burgundy
Apricot:  Royal
Wild Blackberries
Hoshigaki strips:  Hand dried persimmons
Eureka Lemons
Valencia oranges
Cucumbers: Asian cucumber, Lemon cucumber and Armenian cucumbers
Summer Squash:  Zucchini, Crookneck, Patty Pan, Tromboncino
Sweet peppers (Limited supply)
Japanese eggplant
Beans: Yellow wax beans, Chinese long beans
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:
 
Peaches:Flavorcrest, White Lady and June Pride from Sunnyslope Farm
Plums: Santa Rosa from Pleasant Hill Farm 
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Honey from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Friday, June 21, 2019

STARTING SLOWLY

Many people have discovered the wonderfully sweet loquat.  The trees are empty now and what we have in storage will probably be gone in a few days.  Look for them next May.  We are surprised to have an apricot crop this year.  We are harvesting Blenheim apricots.  They are sweet, juicy, aromatic and have that traditional apricot flavor.  Since we do not spray, many of them are freckled but the flavor is not affected.  In addition to Blenheim we are also harvesting Patterson apricots.  The Patterson are larger, firmer and have a smoother skin than the Blenheims.
     Peaches and plums are the mainstay of our summer production. Santa Rosa plums are just getting started. These are sweet tart plums with a fabulous flavor.  Many people have this heirloom variety as a back yard tree because it has a distinct, unforgettable and yummy flavor. As we get more of these into the farm stand its fragrance will greet you as you enter.  This week we have almost no Otow Orchard peaches.  By the end of June we should have Flavorcrest and Red Haven peaches to sell. Both of these are yellow freestone peaches.  To hold us over till we get our own peaches, we have yellow freestone peaches from Sunnyslope farm.  These are attractive sweet, juicy and tasty peaches grown right next door to us.
       The vegetable gardens are enjoying the summer heat more than I am.  Sungold cherry tomatoes are starting to glow.  We are harvesting a few Asian cucumbers and summer squash daily.  For those of you wanting to plant late season tomatoes we have some tomato plant starts waiting for a summer home. Planted now they should produce for Sept. and Oct.
     In the orchard persimmon thinning has begun.  We are also harvesting stone fruits as crops get ripe.  We are netting some trees to exclude hungry birds.   Tosh is cutting out dead branches and trees and trying to keep up on the grass mowing.  There will be a little delay while he does repair on the mower.

Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:

Peaches (limited supply)
Plums:  Santa Rosa (limited supply)
Apricots:   Blenheim, Patterson 
Nectarines: Jade white nectarines (limited supply)
Loquat
Hoshigaki strips. Hand dried persimmons
Eureka Lemons

Valencia oranges
Asian cucumbers
Zucchini
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm
Herbs: mint, rosemary, oregano
Honey from our orchard
Plant starts:  Tomato

This is what we have from other producers:
 
Peaches: Bonjour from Sunnyslope Farm
Ume from Sunnyslope Farm 
Jams from The Good Stuff
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

SUMMER IS COMING

       Several small fruits are starting the summer season.  We have mulberries, loquat, cherries and ume. Cherry crop is light and the mulberries are past their peak. But we will have  some for a while.
       That very sour Japanese plum that is more accurately an apricot is now in season.  We have a small but respectable crop of ume.  Sunnyslope farm and Pleasant Hill farm have added to our supply.  The most popular ways of preparing ume is with salt to make umeboshi or with shochu, a strong Japanese alcohol, to make umeshu often called "plum wine".  I have heard that people prepare ume in honey or sugar to extract its unique floral flavor.
     We will also have loquat for the next couple of weeks.  These are small fruit with sweet flesh between its large seeds and fuzzy skin.
      Our earliest peach and apricot have come and gone.  A few lucky customers got them.  Now we are checking the Springcrest and Maycrest peaches.
       Red Beaut plum are almost non existent this year.  Plum season may not start till Santa Rosas are ready sometime around  the end of June. 
     In the next 3 months, if the weather cooperates we hope to have a good variety of fruit. Don't miss out on peaches, plums, apricots, Asian pears, European pears, grapes, pluots and figs. These products are on the trees now but are still very green and immature.
     Vegetables will be changing from winter to summer.  BarleyOats winter vegetables are  finding it too warm to produce very much. We may not get tomatoes and cucumbers till July but it looks like zucchini are starting to produce.  Other summer vegetables like peppers, eggplant and okra are also taking their time.
     In the orchard we are still trying to keep up with the weeds.  Thinning of apples and pears is in progress as well as the beginning of the fruit harvest.
     Now that  we have more to offer than citrus our hours are back to normal.


Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:
Rainier cherries (limited supply)

Loquat
Yellow peaches: Maycrest, Springcrest (both in limited supply)
Hoshigaki, hand dried persimmons
Eureka Lemons
Marsh white grapefruit (yellow flesh) 

Valencia oranges
Pakistani Mulberries (limited supply)
Zucchini (limited supply)
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm
Herbs: mint, rosemary, oregano
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:

Ume from Sunnyslope Farm 
Jams from The Good Stuff
Winter vegetables from BarlyOats Farm (limited supply)

Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Thursday, May 16, 2019

MULBERRIES

Many customers have been stopping by to check for peaches and plums.  We tell them probably not till June.  Peaches and plums are still hard and green.  And with the current 4 days of rain they are subject to disease.  
     Tis the season for mulberries though.  So "Here we go round the mulberry" tree. We are starting to harvest Pakistani Mulberries.  This is a new crop for us so we are waiting to see how sensitive it is to the rain we are experiencing this week. Pakistani Mulberries are a long strand of delicate deep purple drupes.  The drupes cluster around a central stem.  They are sweet, juicy and low in acid.  Most people will wash and eat them right out of the basket.  My internet search tells me they can be used in desserts, salads, and paired with cheese or meat.
    Loquat fruit are on the horizon.  By the end of May we  hope to be harvesting some of these memory fruit.  On the tree they are still greenish  and developing a bit of color. 
     In the orchard, the stone fruit thinning is almost finished.  Next the apples, pears and persimmons need to be thinned.  Keeping up with the  weeds is also a challenge this year.  We were just getting it down, and now there is rain.  
     BarleyOats farm will be supplying us with winter vegetables for a couple more weeks then those vegetables will want to bolt.  Our summer gardens are being planted with tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, peppers and okra.  Their production is at least a month off.

Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.


  HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 6 pm 
Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays



Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:
Hoshigaki, hand dried persimmons

Eureka Lemons
Marsh white grapefruit (yellow flesh) 

Valencia oranges
Pakistani Mulberries (limited supply)
Dehydrated Asian Pears
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm

Herbs: mint, rosemary, oregano
Honey from our orchard

This is what we have from other producers:

Rio Red Grapefruit from Stony Point (organic certified)
Ume from Sunnyslope Farm 
Jams from The Good Stuff
Winter vegetables from BarlyOats Farm
Honey  from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary

Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

LEMONS AND GRAPEFRUIT

At last, we are getting more sunny days. The vegetable plant starts are enjoying more days in the sun.  This year they grew slowly and need to play catch up from being cooped up in the hothouse for so long. We have big plans for this week.  Hoping to put a few vegetable plants in the ground and test the orchard irrigation in preparation for the dry months ahead.
      In the orchard I see apple and pear blossoms surrounded by their tender green leaves. The peach and plum trees have now set fruit and I can find tiny green plums and tiny fuzzy gray peaches.  We are holding our breath and hoping we will escape a late frost or hail storm.
       Lemons and grapefruit are now in season. Customers are discovering the tender, juicy and tasty late season Marsh white grapefruit. They are great for fresh eating and juicing.  The sour Eureka lemons are full of juice and lemon flavor.  3 teaspoons added to my apple pie brought out lots of flavor.
       We added a bright splash of flavor to our Easter dinner table, fresh lemonade.  1/2 cup sugar dissolved in 1 cup of water (microwaved) then cooled. Squeeze 1 cup lemon juice (about 4 lemons). Combine the sugar mixture, lemon juice and 2 cups cold water. Stir well and garnish with 3 fresh mint leaves.


April 1 to May 17 modified weekday hours are listed below.  Please take note.

Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.

  Hours for April 1 to May 17:
Tu, Wed, and Thur:  11:30 am to 1:30 pm

 Fri and Sat:   10 am to 6 pm

            Sun:   11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays
For other times, please call  for an appointment.
(916) 300-0720

Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:
Hoshigaki, hand dried persimmons

Eureka Lemons
Marsh white grapefruit (yellow flesh)
Kiwi
Dried figs
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm

Herbs: mint, rosemary, oregano

This is what we have from other producers:

Cara Cara oranges from Pleasant Hill Farm
Rio Red Grapefruit from Stony Point (organic certified)
Jams from The Good Stuff
Winter vegetables from BarlyOats Farm
Honey  from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary

Honey from Nastase Honey Farm
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

Monday, March 18, 2019

THE ORCHARD IN BLOOM

It was very wet when we left for New York at the beginning of March.  We returned last week to sunny dry California weather, though there is more rain in the forecast.  It is getting late to be planting new trees so that was first on Tosh's agenda.  He put 20 trees in the ground in one day.  Amazing what one can do under pressure.  Half the trees we planted are for grafting.  As the weather dries we are able to put scion wood from our old variety plums onto new root stock. This is how we can preserve heirloom plum varieties that are no longer available at the nurseries.
      As the orchard wakes up so do the pests.  First item on my agenda was to put out a round of mating disruption lures.  This is an organic practice where lures that smell like female moths are hung on target trees to confuse the male moth.  This results in less moth eggs and less wormy fruit.
       The peach and plum trees are pushing blossoms.  It is unusual to see both white plum blossoms and pink peach blossoms at the same time.  If you would like to see this display, now is the time to come for a walk in the orchard.  This show will go on for about 10 days. Then blossoms will start to dry up and green leaves will begin to push out.  In about a month we will see blossoms on apple and pear trees.

March and April modified weekday hours are listed below.  Please take note.

Official Statement: We have NO pick-your-own activities.

 March and April Hours:
Tu, Wed, and Thur:  11:30 am to 1:30 pm

 Fri and Sat:   10 am to 6 pm

            Sun:   11 am to 5 pm
 Closed on Mondays
For other times, please call  for an appointment.
(916) 300-0720

Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:
Hoshigaki, hand dried persimmons

Mandarins:  Satsuma and Clementine
Navel Oranges
Eureka Lemons
White grapefruit (yellow flesh)
Kiwi
Dried Figs and peaches
Calendula Salve and Lip Balm
Honey from Otow Orchard (limited supply)

This is what we have from other producers:

Navel oranges from Pleasant Hill Farm
Cara Cara oranges from Pleasant Hill Farm
Rio Red Grapefruit from Stony Point (organic certified)
Jams from The Good Stuff
Winter vegetables from BarlyOats Farm (When available)
Honey  from Top O' The Hill Apiary
Bee pollen from Top O' The Hill Apiary

Honey from Nastase Honey Farm
Eggs from Two Feather Farm

      

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