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Pepper, Hot Hungarian

Pepper, Hot Hungarian

These little peppers carry a lot of heat. They are excellent for spicing up your favorite recipes and salads. Their long banana shape gets them easily confused with Sweet Banana peppers. They will turn red as they ripen but they don't need to be red to be hot. Try them stuffed with sausage or che...
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Popcorn

Popcorn

We grow this fun snack in  yellow, white, red and blue kernels. We have it available shelled, on-the-ear and ground in cornmeal. To order go to the store in our menu or see us at the local farmers markets. This Ohio grown corn is a big hit at the Fabulous Food Show each year. Keep popcor...
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Popcorn Cornmeal

Popcorn Cornmeal

Our home grown popcorn is stone ground into a whole grain cornmeal. Refrigerate up to one month to maintain the vitamin qualities of the whole grain. For longer storage, please freeze. We carry yellow, white, red and blue popcorn meal as available. Go to our store at this site to order or see us ...
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Potato, Fingerling

These small finger shaped potatoes are highly prized for their flavor. Because of their size they are more difficult to harvest and have a higher value. Store in a dry, dark, and cool area for several weeks. They are best sliced in half and roasted. Wash skins thoroughly before cutting....
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Potato, Red Skin

Potato, Red Skin

These all purpose potatoes have a thin red skin that can be left on while boiling and mashing. Try mixing different types of potatoes for mashing. Store in a dark place that is well ventilated with temperatures about 39 degrees. Store for several weeks. Peru is the birthplace of potatoes....
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Potato, White

Potato, White

White potatoes are a firm all-purpose variety. Best for boiling, steaming and mashing. Store in a dark, well ventilated area in temperatures of 39 degrees. Store for several weeks. Wash potato skins throughly before cutting....
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Potato, Yukon

Potato, Yukon

According to about.com, "Yellow-flesh potatoes are common in Europe and South America. In fact, yellow flesh potatoes are actually considered the norm in most countries outside North America, so naturally, immigrants to North America were accustomed to and preferred potatoes with yellow flesh....
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Raspberries

Raspberries

We grow red raspberries with delectable sweetness that ripen in late July and continue until the first frost. These ever-bearing bushes are hand picked. They provide completely usable energy, with very high amounts of vitamins A, C, B-1, B-2, and B-6, and are rich in manganese and potassium. Acc...
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Scapes

Scapes

Scapes are the curly tops of a garlic plant. Cut off before the plant flowers in mid June. This will help to put the growth into the bulbs which are harvested in July. Scapes give a garlic flavor to dishes while we are waiting for the garlic bulb to mature. Store whole in an airtight bag ...
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Squash Blossoms

Squash Blossoms

These beautiful flowers are also edible. We pick the male blossoms that grow on a slender stem in the middle of the plant. We use the blossoms from zucchini, patty pans and pumpkins. They must be cut early in the morning when they are just opening because they only last one day. Keep refrigerated fo...
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