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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Bishop Brook Farm

  Stewartstown, NH

We are located in northern NH, just minutes from the Vermont border, five miles north of Colebrook, and less than seven miles from the Canadian Border Crossing station. We recently moved up from Long Island, NY, and have begun our family farming adventure! A house-warming gift of 6 laying hens has become a full-time labour of love. (more...)


Bayberry Farm

  Middletown, DE    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Bayberry Farm's goal is to provide fresh, quality food grown in a sustainable and natural manner. We recognize that we have an obligation to our community, customers and employees to be responsible stewards of the land.(more...)


Bard Family Market Garden

  McFarland, WI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a small, yet diverse, sustainable market garden. We offer many heirloom and nutrient-dense varieties. Our mission is to provide high quality, great-tasting produce to our local community. What does it mean for you? You can have direct connection to your food - you can ask about how it was produced. (more...)


Authentic Feather Farm

  Forestville, WI

Authentic Feather Farm is located in beautiful southern Door County in Wisconsin. We are dedicated to sustainably growing organic pastured chicken, heritage breeds of chickens for fresh eggs, heritage breeds of turkeys, traditional broad-breasted turkeys, Berkshire hogs, Scottish Highland cattle and heritage vegetables. All of these are for sale. (more...)


Austin Urban Farm

  Austin, TX

We are a very small, urban farm, right in the heart of Austin. We are located about a mile east of the state capital building on land that was first used to grow food over 100 years ago! Currently we offer heirloom produce from September to June. 3 times per year we have Freedom Ranger Chicken. (more...)


Aravaipa Heirlooms

  Aravaipa Canyon, AZ

We offer over 100 varieties of tomato starts and 50 pepper cultivars, and specialize in: Endangered heirlooms , including every tomato and pepper boarded on Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste and red-listed by RAFT , the Renewing America's Food Traditions Alliance (more...)