7ate9 Bakery, Winchester Cheesecake Try one of their Mini Cheesecakes at the market, or pick up a family size for after dinner. Want something specific? Order anything you like on their website and pick up at the market or delivers them directly to your home or business in the greater Boston area. Their cakes are creamy and full of flavor but with a light, fluffy texture that will pleasantly surprise you. Great for gifts, holidays, birthdays, corporate catering, and everyday treats!
Copicut Farms, Dartmouth MA Chicken and eggs Copicut Farms, located in Dartmouth, is owned and operated by a fourth generation Massachusetts farm family. They raise poultry on our open pastures, which means their turkeys and chickens spend their days foraging freely in the fields, eating what they were meant to eat. Pasture-fed chicken, turkey, and eggs are a healthy choice, with more beneficial nutrients such as omega-3's and vitamins B, E, and less saturated fats than can be found in their grocery store counterparts. They pride themselves on the fact that our birds spend their entire lives on their farm right up until their products are ready for your table, which means they can ensure their animals are treated humanely, and their customers receive the absolute freshest meat and eggs available anywhere.
Doves and Figs Kitchen Jams, preserves, and conserves Doves and Figs Kitchen uses only local fruit from nearby farms and creates all of our products with less sugar than typical preserves and no added pectin. We have built relationships with local farmers who make sure that we get high quality fruit at the height of each season. We slow cook our preserves in small batches and our process results in a soft, slightly runny texture that tastes of sweet ripe fruit. I hope you will enjoy our jams, preserves, and conserves as much as I love making them.
The Energized Body, Winchester Nutritional information, cooking and shopping instruction, pre-made power snacks including Denise's own dark chocolate power bark Winchester's Fit Foodie and RN Denise Costello will share her Farm to Table series at this year's farmers market. Good health starts in the kitchen--and the quickest, tastiest meals come direct from mother nature. Denise is passionate about making you feel comfortable in your kitchen, so come learn how to turn farm fresh foods into delicious simple meals and snacks. Her first presentation will help you Build a Better (Healthier and Fresher) BBQ. And if you build up a craving for a healthy sweet while you're there, try out the dark chocolate power bark.
Fior D'Italia, Winchester Cut pasta, filled pasta, gluten-free pasta, sauces and cheese Fior D'Italia Pasta & Cheese crafts small batch, artisanal pasta, sauces and fresh mozzarella cheese for consumers, retail stores and food.
Flats Mentor Farm, Lancaster Oriental produce The Flats Mentor Farm (FMF) is located on 70 acres of river-bottom land. Immigrant farmers have been farming at this location since 1985. In 2005, the FMF was officially established with the support of University of Massachusetts Extension, Heifer International, the Massachusetts Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, and the National Immigrant Farming Initiative. FMF assists and supports small farmers of diverse ethnic backgrounds by providing them with access to land, farming infrastructure, and marketing assistance needed to promote and sustain successful farming enterprises. FMF promotes economically viable agricultural production that protects the environment through the practice of sustainable farming methods through hands-on training and technical assistance on soil fertility, irrigation, pest and weed management, and marketing planning, training, and implementation.
Globe Fish, Boston Fish and seafood caught fresh daily
Hanson's Farm, Framingham Eggs, honey, fruits, vegetables Hanson's Farm is a fifth-generation farm that has been a working farm since 1715 and operated by the Hanson family since 1908. They farm 52 acres of fruit and vegetables and over 100 acres of hay. They also collect eggs from a flock of 50 hens. In addition to selling at farmers markets, they offer CSA shares, a farm stand, selected pick-your-own crops, haunted hayrides in October, and a corn maze, as well as boarding horses. Hanson's is committed to providing the best and healthiest fruit and vegetables. They use environmentally friendly and sustainable methods of growing using an IPM (integrated pest management) approach that allows them to use all organic methods for much of their produce.
Hedvika's Bakery Pies: Apple Ginger Cranberry Pie, Antique Apple Pie, Spiced Apple Cranberry Pie, Triple Berry Pie, Blueberry Pie, Latticed Peach Pie, Pear Cranberry Nut Pie, Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. A boutique bakery that specializes on a small batch production and guarantee that each product is carefully delivered to you at the time that is the most convenient for you as fresh as possible. By using the freshest ingredients, traditional/artisan production methods, they blend the tradition with creativity and create supreme experience.
Lanni Orchards, Lunenburg, accepts WIC, Raspberries, blueberries, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, apples; beans, summer squash, zucchini, cucumbers, melons, peppers, eggplant, cabbage, broccoli, beets, kale, chard, herbs, flowers Lanni Orchards was established when Pasquale Lanni, his wife Rosa, their four sons, and their one daughter immigrated from Avellino, Italy, and purchased the land that is now know as Lanni Orchards in 1963. Lanni Orchards is still a family-run business, now run by Pat Lanni and his brothers, all third-generation farmers, with over 180 acres of fruit trees, berries, and vegetables. They are one of the largest suppliers of the Massachusetts Farm to School Project, a project sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resource to bring locally grown food to the cafeterias of schools and colleges in the state.
Ledgenear Farm Organic Maple Syrup Ledgenear Farm is a hilltop farm in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom with a homestead dating back to the 1850’s. Hardscrabble but beautiful, the farm has provided for multiple generations growing field crops, herding sheep, milking cows, and producing Maple Syrup. James Coe was born on the farm, and after 12 years of running an architecture firm in Portland, Oregon, he and his wife Nella returned to New England with their kids to pursue a sustainable agrarian future. On roughly 250 acres, the Coes currently tap approximately 1000 maple trees and will be expanding to as many as 3000 trees over the next few years.
Lilac Hedge Farm, Berlin, accepts WIC Meat: beef, lamb, pork, chickens and turkeys Lilac Hedge Farm came about as a vision to provide local, sustainably raised meats to consumers. Started by owners Ryan MacKay and Tom Corbett, Lilac Hedge Farm focuses on meats raised responsibly with extreme attention to care, comfort, nutrition and the quality of the animals.
Mamadou Artisan Bakery, Winchester, Breads including sourdough, semolina, rye, whole wheat, challah, baguettes, raisin pecan, and Italian. Mamadou Mbaye recently opened Mamadou Artisan Bakery on Swanton Street in Winchester. He is originally from Senegal in West Africa. He attended the University of Maryland, and while in school, he took a job as a baker at Fresh Fields, where he first developed his passion for bread making. Mamadou says the he was fascinated by the process of bread making and all of the factors involved, from the choice of flour to the shape of the loaf for different kinds of bread. He worked for Whole Foods for ten years as head baker of the bakehouse in San Francisco and as bread trainer for the Northeast region and regional assistant bakery coordinator.
E. L. Silvia Farms, Dighton, accepts WIC Early tomatoes, cantaloupe, watermelon, nectarines, peaches, plums, fava beans, snap beans, wax beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, collard greens, cabbage, kale, lettuce, kohlrabi, sweet peppers, hot peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, summer squash, tomatoes, tomatillos, winter squash, zucchini Edward Silvia and his wife, Jane, farm 45 acres in Dighton and Somerset, including the family farm that he grew up on. They grow early tomatoes and eggplant in two greenhouses, as well as traditional field-grown crops and tree fruit.
Soluna Garden Farm, Winchester Herbs, cut flowers, dried herb and spice blends This one-acre farm in Winchester specializes in fresh herbs and cut flowers. They also produce several custom-blended herb and spice blends and herbal teas made from certified organic ingredients.
Turtle Creek Winery, Lincoln Local winery Turtle Creek is a small winery located in the shadow of Boston. They presently produce about nine hundred cases per year. With additional vineyard space leased from the Town of Lincoln they expect to eventually grow to one thousand cases per year. Their plantings include Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, and Riesling.
Warner Farm, Sunderland Strawberries, raspberries, asparagus, beans, corn, peas, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, summer squash, winter squash Warner Farm was started by Eleaser Warner in the 1720s, and nine generations of Warners have farmed the same land since then. Warner Farm is especially well known for Mike’s Maze, a corn maze that can be visited in September and October. Warner Farm grows 150 acres of vegetables. In the spring and early summer, they have pick-your-own strawberries and peas. They use a system of integrated pest management with the assistance of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Currently, the farm is diversifying with 15 acres in certified organic corn, asparagus, raspberries, and strawberries.
Wright Locke Farm, Winchester vegetables, fruits and flowers Local farm grow a variety of vegetables, fruits and flowers on approximately 2 acres of fields and in our greenhouse. All of their produce is certified organic. In the recent past, they have been known princpally for our pick-your-own raspberry crop. In 2011-12 we expanded our fields and adding new crops.
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