Weekly Dish 10.20.14

IN SEASON

  • Apple Cortland
  • Apple Crab
  • Apple Ginger Gold
  • Apple Macoun
  • Beans Cranberry Beans
  • Candy Apples
  • Corn Indian & Mini Indian
  • Corn Native
  • Cranberries
  • Garlic Purple
  • Grapes Black, Champagne, Concord
  • Grapefruit
  • Gourds
  • Mushrooms Chanterelle
  • Mushrooms Lobster – PREORDER
  • Pears D’Anjou
  • Persimmons
  • Pomegranates
  • Pumpkin Medium & Large
  • Pumpkin Mini
  • Pumpkin Sugar
  • Pumpkin White Mini
  • Quince
  • Squash Blue Hubbard
  • Squash Georgia Candy Roaster
  • Squash Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
  • Squash Red Kuri
  • Sunchokes
  • Turnips Macomber

 

ROOTDOWN {SOURCED WITHIN 150 MILES OF BOSTON}

  • Apple Cider, MA
  • Cranberries, MA
  • Mushroom Blue Oyster, NH
  • Mushroom Chestnut, NH
  • Mushroom King Oyster, NH
  • Pumpkins, MA
  • Pumpkins Georgia Candy Roaster, MA
  • Pumpkins Long Island Cheese, MA
  • Squash Blue Hubbard, MA
  • Squash Red Kuri, MA
  • Wheatgrass, RI

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Baby Beets CompressedBaby Beets

The size of a quarter with long, leafy, edible green tops, baby beets are a versatile veggie for fall menus.  Their mild earthy sweetness adds flavor and color to any dish. Baby Red, Yellow, or Chioggia Striped Beets are sold by the 24ct case for $29.40.*

Turnip Macomber Compressed

Macomber Turnips

The Macomber Turnip is a local legend and is the only vegetable to have its own historic marker in Westport, Massachusetts.  The Macomber brothers brought the prized turnip seed back with them from the 1876 Philadelphia Exposition.  Macomber Turnips are known for their pure white color, creamy texture, and balanced tart and sweet flavor.  They are a descendent of Swedish and Russian rutabagas. Macomber Turnips are sold in a 40# case for $1.40 per pound.*

*National sales accounts please inquire with your sales representative for pricing.

 

 NOT AVAILABLE

  • Apricots
  • Carrots Chantenay
  • Cherries Red & Rainier
  • Garlic Spring
  • Fava Beans
  • Fiddleheads
  • Kumquats
  • Mango Nectarines
  • Mushrooms Hedgehog
  • Oranges Blood
  • Oranges Cara Cara
  • Ramps
  • Rhubarb
  • Satsuma Mandarins

 

FOOD COST CONCERNS

  • Artichokes
  • Belgian Red Endive
  • Chervil
  • Garlic Peeled
  • Herbs – MARKET ALERT
  • Ginger
  • Lemons
  • Lettuce Romaine – MARKET ALERT
  • Pears Bosc
  • Peas Snap & Snow
  • Tomatoes – MARKET ALERT
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Weekly Dish 10.13.14

IN SEASON

  • Apple Cortland
  • Apple Ginger Gold
  • Apple Macoun
  • Beans Cranberry Beans
  • Candy Apples
  • Corn Indian & Mini Indian
  • Corn Native
  • Cranberries
  • Garlic Purple
  • Grapes Black, Champagne, Concord
  • Grapefruit
  • Gourds
  • Mushrooms Chanterelle
  • Mushrooms Lobster – PREORDER
  • Pears D’Anjou
  • Persimmons
  • Pomegranates
  • Pumpkin Medium & Large
  • Pumpkin Mini
  • Pumpkin Sugar
  • Pumpkin White Mini
  • Quince
  • Squash Blue Hubbard
  • Squash Georgia Candy Roaster
  • Squash Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
  • Squash Red Kuri
  • Sunchokes
  • Turnips Macomber

 

ROOTDOWN {SOURCED WITHIN 150 MILES OF BOSTON}

  • Apple Cider, MA
  • Cranberries, MA
  • Kale, ME
  • Mushroom Blue Oyster, NH
  • Mushroom Chestnut, NH
  • Mushroom King Oyster, NH
  • New Potatoes, ME
  • Pumpkins, MA
  • Squash Blue Hubbard, MA
  • Squash Georgia Candy Roaster, MA
  • Squash Red Kuri, MA
  • Wheatgrass, RI

 

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Turnip Macomber CompressedMacomber Turnips

The Macomber Turnip is a local legend and is the only vegetable to have its own historic marker in Westport, Massachusetts.  The Macomber brothers brought the prized turnip seed back with them from the 1876 Philadelphia Exposition.  Macomber Turnips are known for their pure white color, creamy texture, and balanced tart and sweet flavor.  They are a descendent of Swedish and Russian rutabagas. Macomber Turnips are sold in a 40# case for $1.40 per pound.*

Heritage Mushroom RavioliPasta Ravioli Heritage Mushroom Compressed

As a way to extend the growing season, we created our Heritage line of locally made raviolis.  Our Heritage Mushroom Ravioli is made with native mushrooms from New Hampshire Mushroom Co. in Tamworth, New Hampshire.  The chestnut, blue oyster, king trumpet, button, and crimini mushrooms are roasted with rosemary and garlic, and then blended with a local goat cheese from Westfield Farm in Hubbardston, Massachusetts.  This product is shipped frozen in a 5# case for $48.75.  Perfect for your fall menu!

*National sales accounts please inquire with your sales representative for pricing.

 

NOT AVAILABLE

  • Apricots
  • Carrots Chantenay
  • Cherries Red & Rainier
  • Chestnuts Fresh
  • Garlic Spring
  • Fava Beans
  • Fiddleheads
  • Kumquats
  • Mango Nectarines
  • Mushrooms Hedgehog
  • Oranges Blood
  • Oranges Cara Cara
  • Ramps
  • Rhubarb
  • Satsuma Mandarins

 

FOOD COST CONCERNS

  • Artichokes
  • Belgian Red Endive
  • Chervil
  • Garlic Peeled
  • Herbs – SUPPLY ISSUES
  • Ginger
  • Lemons
  • Pears Bartlett & Bosc
  • Peas Snap & Snow
  • Tomatoes Red Pear
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