Hinkelhatz Hot pepper

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Named for their pendant fruits the size and shape of chicken's hearts - which is the translation of hinkelhatz - this hot pepper is a rare Pennsylvania Dutch heirloom dating to before 1880. The Hinkelhatz has a delicious stocky, spicy flavor. The peppers were traditionally used in pickled form as well as cooked and pureed into a "pepper vinegar" similar to Tabasco sauce. This Hinkelhatz sauce was used on sauerkraut and other Pennsylvania Dutch dishes. The pepper matures 105 days from transplant. Despite its culinary history in the United States, the pepper is currently only offered by one seed

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Downtown Westminster Farmers Market

  Westminster, MD

If you find it here, it's grown here. This is what 'producer only' means. By shopping with us, you can be sure that you are buying products that were locally grown and produced. You may not find watermelons or corn in May, but this may very well be the only drawback to our form of marketing. (more...)


Dinihanian's Farm Market

  Beaverton, OR

Dinihanian's Farm is one of the oldest family farms in the Portland/Beaverton area, established in 1955. From June through October, the Farm offers a 20 week CSA and at the Farm store , we have a wide array of produce and other locally produced goods. We are attending several farmer's markets in the area this year, too. (more...)


Delectation of Tomatoes, etc.

  West Valley City, UT

A major objective of Delectation of Tomatoes, etc. is to enhance physical health, contribute to the enjoyment of food, and encourage ecologically responsible and sustainable gardening practices by providing a wide variety of the healthiest, best tasting, and locally grown produce available. (more...)


Crown Point Ecology Center

  Akron, OH

Crown Point Ecology Center is a non-profit organization that promotes the principles of community, justice, sustainability and spirituality. One of our most visible examples of these is our Foodbank Farm and CSA. (more...)


Creekside Cultural Center

  Lenhartsville, PA

We have one acre of fruits and vegetables in an intimate CSA. We are offering 12 shares for the 2014 year. A share is about 3/4 of a bushel on average per week, which comfortably feeds a family of four. Paid shares are $500, payable in installments. Payment in full is due by May 15th. (more...)


Cranberry Creek Farm

  Cresco, PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

At Cranberry Creek Farm we make fresh and aged cheese as well as bottle raw milk and drinkable yogurt. We raise registered alpine dairy goats and sell registered cae/cl free animals that are suitable for 4H, show or dairy. We manage our goats using intensive grazing practices on pasture as well as in the forest. (more...)