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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SW Ohio Farm Market

  Germantown, OH

We are an 'online' farmer's market, serving the area near to Springboro, Ohio. We have several local growers, producers and crafters on board. If you are local to us, go to our website and create a buyer's account (it's free). (more...)


Roots to River Farm

  New Hope , PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

At Roots to River, we are striving to reclaim the integrity of the food system through personal connections. It is through our CSA that we create our most valuable relationships, knowing that the community has invested in our farm feeds us as farmers and in turn feeds our members. (more...)


Rock Dove Farm

  West Jefferson, OH

Rock Dove Farm is a small Vegetable and Fruit Farm started in 2010. We are focused on producing the best tasting, best quality, food in a sustainable way and selling it at a reasonable price. We are committed to the best, purest growing practices. We're seeking Organic Certification and are completely chemical-free. (more...)


Rise & Shine Farm

  Marshfield, MA

Rise and Shine Farm is committed to using only sustainable and organic cultural practices. Our soil based approach to fertility and nutrition uses cover crops / green manures, compost, rock powders and natural soil amendments to enhance the population of soil microorganisms. The soil feeds the plants - it is our job to feed the soil. (more...)


Raven Mist Farm

  Germantown, OH

We are a sustainable mini-farm. We grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs using natural methods.(more...)


Quarter Acre Farm

  Sonoma, CA

At Quarter Acre Farm we grow a large cornucopia of vegetables, primarily heirloom and oddity varieties. We only use sustainable growing methods no pesticides, herbicides, or petroleum based products are ever used on the land. We became certified organic through CCOF in 2010. We sell to local restaurants and at the local farmers market.(more...)