Granny Smith Apples from Robin’s Nest Farm, 5 pound bag.
Hachiya Persimmon, single layer flat, about 8.5 pounds, 39-41 fruit. $22 per flat.
These are the popular variety of avocado with the dark bumpy skin and creamy green flesh, high in the rich healthy oils that make it so deliciously flavorful. Avocados mature on the tree but are not ready to eat until they soften off the tree. Leave these on your counter and they’ll ripen in a few days to a week. From Marsalisi Farms.
Mixed Daikon Radishes, 5 pound bag.
Red La Soda Potatoes, 5 pound bag
These beautiful radishes add crunch and gorgeous color to any salad. They’re great keepers, too. 5 lb bag
Red, ripe dry-farmed Early Girls, excellently balanced for delicious sauce or canning use, as
These are an heirloom roma-type tomato, great for canning and preserving as sauce! $35 per twenty pound box.
Yuzu is a knobby-skinned citrus fruit, with a floral aroma and tangy tart flavor. According to an article in the The New Yorker, “Yuzu is thought to have originated in China, but the fruit is most closely identified with Japan, where it is one of the nation’s essential aromas and flavors. It’s a key ingredient in ponzu sauce, the tangy blend of yuzu juice and soy sauce that often accompanies cold noodles or fried pork cutlets. It also lends zing to highballs, seasons potato chips, and is a favorite flavor for candy.” It can also be ‘staggeringly expensive’ in some areas (like NYC) at $15 to $20 per pound. We are offering it for $20 per five pound bag.
This mild sweet-tart fruit originated in Ancient Persia and was brought to California by Spanish settlers in 1769. Considered high in anti-oxidants and vitamins C and K, pomegranates are delicious in sauces, dressings and salad, as well as eating fresh.
Quince is an ancient fruit originating in the Caucasus and northern Persia, and related to apples and pears. It is high in vitamin C and antioxidants, as well as pectin, making it a great fruit for jams, marmalades, tarts and pies. Though it can be eaten raw, it is usually preferred cooked, either roasted in the oven or diced and cooked down with water or apple juice until becomes a puree or compote. $14 per five pound bag.
Mariquita Farm “Culinary Herb Collection” includes Sage (8 g bag), Summer Savory (12 g bag) and Greek Laurel. The herbal oils in our herbs are preserved longer by not crushing the herbs prior to package. Crushing or bruising the herbs releases the flavor and aroma in the plant oil and should be done right before use.
Mariquita Farm “Herbal Infusion Gift Collection” includes: Lemon Verbena (28g bag), Spearmint (28g bag) and Apple Mint (56g bag) — each comes with six tea infusion bags. The herbal oils in our herbs are preserved longer by not crushing the herbs prior to packaging. Crushing or bruising the herbs releases the flavor and aroma in the plant oil and should be done right before use. Let our dried herbal infusions provide you with a full flavor of fall!