Boiled Cider and Cider Jelly
Boiled cider and cider jelly are traditional farmstead products made from the concentration of fresh, unfermented cider. Dating back to the earliest European settlers to this country, they were vital to inland New England farmers as sweeteners. The product is dark like molasses but with the consistency of maple syrup. It has the clear, concentrated apple flavor and a caramelized sweetness balanced by sharp acidity. Despite deep historical roots in rural New England, these products are largely unknown today.
The Rye Farmer's Market is held every Wednesday from 2:30 to 5:30 from mid-June through late September. Our ongoing market theme is "What's for Dinner Wednesday". Every Wednesday you'll find delicious seasonal recipes as well as new and exciting dinner ideas with ingredients offered at that day's market. (more...)
We are a certified organic farm located in south-central Pennsylvania close to Gettysburg. Our products meet the USDA seal of approval. We grow organic apples, organic peaches, organic hay, and organic baleage. Bill is the fifth generation to farm the same land! (more...)
Fresh From Local Family Farms To Your Family's Table! Every TUESDAY from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm May through October 787 N. Main St., Oregon, Wisconsin, In front of Bill's Food Center. (more...)
We are a diversified vegetable farm with a local foods market, Gone Loco! Cafe, Bakery, 3 greenhouses and an acre market garden. We grow market vegetables, herbs, annuals, & perennials. We raise and sell seedlings and bedding plants. We have extended season crops as well and will be growing year round in 2012. Gone Loco! (more...)
Originally homesteaded in 1878, our farm was reborn as New Era Farm in 2005. The land had been fallow for twenty years and we reclaimed it for organic farming, receiving MOSA certification in 2008. (more...)
Middle Branch Farm is a sustainable family farm producing a wide variety of farm goods under organic management practices. Our vegetable production, hayfields and pastures are USDA certified organic by the State of NH. We also raise natural (not certified organic) grass fed beef, lamb, pastured pork and poultry and produce maple syrup.(more...)