The geographical range of the bay scallop is from Cape Cod south along the Atlantic Coast and then throughout the Gulf of Mexico. Bay scallops are harvested commercially with drags from small boats during the season, which usually lasts from November to March. Fresh local bay scallops are considered the sweetest of scallops in US, mainly due to the cold temperature of the waters from which they are harvested. Because of their light, sweet flavor, Bay scallops are best when served close to natural, raw or marinated in lime juice.
Farmers Market of the Ozarks combines farm fresh goodness, hand-crafted products and local eateries, all in one location that is easily accessible to the Ozarks community. Customers can shop for their weekly groceries, find unique gifts that are made from local artisans, enjoy musical talents of local artists and enjoy breakfast and lunch, all within the laid back atmosphere.
When you will stop at nothing for truly green greens and sustainable edibles, it's time to join the Farm and The Fork CSA and harvest the bounty of New England with a weekly delivery of farm-fresh groceries. Farm and The Fork CSA has created a new type of CSA that supports multiple farms, both agriculture and aquaculture, and small businesses across New England.