In Season

Cabbage

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Cabbage

Cabbage- the leaves of red cabbages are smooth and tightly fitted into the head, while some green cabbages have loose, darker outer leaves that can vary from smooth to curly. Red cabbages are round; green varieties and can be round or elongated. Cabbage can be used in many dishes, such as salads, soups and casseroles, […]

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Leeks

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Leeks

Leeks- have tender and sweet white bottoms (along with the light green parts). When used as aromatic, they do their job well, contributing a subtle onion flavor and then melting nicely into the background flavors of a dish. You may not even notice them. But sometimes leeks get a much-deserved starring role, in which case […]

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Sweet Potatoes and Yams

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Sweet Potatoes and Yams

FACTS: Sweet potatoes have a creamy texture and a sweet-spicy flavour that makes them ideal for savoury dishes. There are two types, one with bright orange flesh, and the other with pale cream flesh. Sweet potatoes have traditionally been baked, roasted or mashed, but they can also be added to risotto, pasta or curry. Sweet […]

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Maple Syrup

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Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup- the real maple variety is tapped from our Native Sugar Maples, and boiled down into syrup. The Maple Syrup is a golden liquid color of a golden orange. The darker syrups have a stronger maple flavor and can add a sweet taste to French toast, Pancakes, Waffles and can be used even in […]

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Apples & Fruit Trees

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Apples & Fruit Trees

Dwarf Fruit Trees – Apples, Pears and Sour Cherries. Varieties include Honeycrisp, Ambrosia, Mutsu (Crispin) and Imperial Gala Apples, Clapp’s Favourite Pear and Montmorency Sour Cherry.

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Closed for the Season

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Closed for the Season

Thank you for all your support throughout the season. There are a few items left, if anyone wishes to place an order you may do so and arrange a pickup time. Items still available are located in the “In Season” section. We hope to see you all again in spring 2018 for our Asparagus!

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Squash

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Squash

FACTS – Winter Squashes have a hard, thick skin and seeds. The flesh is firmer and requires longer cooking time. They can be prepared by baking, steaming or simmering, but first remove the seeds. Varieties available are Butternut, Pepper/Acorn and Turban Red Squash. They are a breeze to cook with and lend their creamy sweetness […]

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Potatoes : Six Varieties

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Potatoes : Six Varieties

FACTS: Potatoes whether mashed, baked or roasted, people often consider potatoes as comfort food. The skin of potatoes is generally brown, red or yellow, and may be smooth or rough, while the flesh is yellow or white. There are also other varieties available that feature purple-grey skin and a beautiful deep violet flesh. Potatoes have […]

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Garlic

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Garlic

FACTS – Garlic is a wonderful seasoning to add aroma, taste, and added nutrition to your dishes. Garlic is rich in a variety of powerful sulfur-containing compounds. Store fresh garlic in an open container in a cool, dark place. Garlic can be prepared in the crushed form, chopped, pressed, pureed, minced or roasted. Garlic pairs […]

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Jams

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Jams

Try our own homemade jams. Ingredients are fresh fruit, sugar, lemon juice, pectin and a trace of butter. Flavours include: strawberry, strawberry-rhubarb, raspberry, cherry and peach. Great on waffles, ice cream or right out of the jar!!!

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