Canada Crookneck Squash
The Canada Crookneck Squash is a bottle-shaped winter squash with a curved neck, weighing between two and four pounds. The interior flesh is creamy and not at all stringy, with an excellent sweet and nutty flavor. It is an ancestor of the modern Butternut squash and is cultivated in New England and the Northeast. Currently, there is only one remaining commercial source of seed, making this variety highly endangered.
Soon after I married North Dakota farmer Kent Pfennig, I began to miss the exceptional flavor of lamb I grew up with in New Zealand. Determined to meet or exceed those lofty standards for taste and quality, I also yearned to make our Driscoll, North Dakota family farm more sustainable. (more...)
At Broadfork we use organic farming methods to grow high-quality vegetables. Our entire crop is hand-tended to achieve the highest standards of flavor and quality and to preserve the environment. We believe the health of communities is rooted in healthy people eating healthy food grown in healthy soil. (more...)
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Heritage/heirloom vegetables and herbs grown on community plot for sale at local farmers' market.(more...)