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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Madaras Garden Studio

  Ann Arbor, MI

My husband and I started a non certified organic garden four years ago outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Originally we intended to feed ourselves and family-friends with enough to preserve for winter. While not new to gardening I had not grown in Michigan since my childhood. (more...)


Legacy Farms

  Sandpoint, ID

Located just north of Sandpoint we grow all our produce, berries and fruit naturally, using sustainble growing practices. Our list of produce includes, blackberries, red and champagne raspberries, haskaps (edible blue honeysuckle), pears, apples, dried and green beans, winter and summer squash, vegetable amaranth and asian greens. (more...)


Late Bloomin' Heirlooms

  WEST JORDAN, UT

Late Bloomin' Heirlooms is a mini-farm known for over 50 varieties of heirloom tomatoes as well as peppers, eggplant, melons,squash and culinary herbs. Starting as a farmers' market garden, we progressed to selling to a few restaturants. This year will be our 1st year as a small CSA. (more...)


Johnson's Backyard Garden

  Austin, TX

Voted "Best Local Farm" by the Austin Chronicle! We started our farm in East Austin in 2004 with a 30x50 foot "Backyard Garden." Since then, our small family-run CSA has grown to become the most popular community-supported, 100% certified organic farm in Texas! (more...)


Jeta Farms

  Elberta, AL    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a family owned and operated farm located in Elberta, Al. We specialize in various vegetables and some specialty and heirloom vegetables. We do not plant any GMO vegetable crops.(more...)


Invincible Summer Farms

  Southold, NY    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Invincible Summer Farms specializes in growing rare, unique, and endangered heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our seasonal produce is available direct to consumers via CSA and an on-site farmstand, as well as heirloom seedlings in the spring. (more...)