On the dock this week is Atlantic Pollock from Cape Cod. According to our Sea to Table connections, “Pollock is a highly sustainable species from New England. Our Pollock comes from our Cape Cod dock. Atlantic Pollock is not to be confused with Pacific Pollock, a different species. Atlantic Pollock is a close cousin of cod, and cooks up white with a large, moist flake and a light, delicate, sweet flavor.”
Atlantic Pollock – $15.90 /lb. Skin off fillet cuts are approx. 12-16 oz.
Call or email your order to email@example.com by Thursday 11am, and the freshly caught fish will be available to pick up this Friday from 11am to 7pm.
On the dock this week – fresh, wild caught wahoo from Beaufort, NC. From our connection at Sea to Table, “Most wahoo in the U. S. are landed in Hawaii, where the fish is called “ono,” meaning “delicious.” Wahoo are an abundant, sustainable option, and the fish landed in Beaufort, NC are all hook-and-line caught. They are one of the fastest fish in the sea, and they have a natural camouflage of dark and light blue stripes to mimic light dispersing in the water, making them tricky to spot, but they are well-worth persuing! Wahoo is a mild, sweet-tasting fish with a firm texture, moderate oil content, and large, circular flakes. Its flesh is a beautiful pinkish white color and turns snow-white when cooked.”
Hard to believe it is that time of year! We are taking orders for fresh Thanksgiving turkeys. These delicious, all natural turkeys are raised on pasture without the use of antibiotics or hormones by Oink and Gobble Farm in Interlaken, NY. Along with their natural foraging, the turkeys are fed non-GMO feed.
It feels like fall! We are taking orders for our delicious, decorated assortment of Halloween cut-out cookies, made with creamy butter, and all natural and organic ingredients. Perfect for your Halloween festivities.
They are available for pick-up on Sat. Oct 29, Sun. Oct 30 or Mon. Oct 31.
Dozen Cookies – $20.00
1/2 Dozen Cookies – $10.50
ORDER BY: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 Please let us know your preferred pick up date.
Next week is the last week for the current egg and milk share. It’s time to sign up for our fall/winter subscription. By prepaying for 13 weeks, you receive a discount on your egg and milk purchases. The current 13 week share will be completed the week ending October 22, and the next installment will begin the week of October 23, with the first milk share pick up starting on Wednesday, October 26.
Why get your eggs and milk from Farmers & Artisans? Our farm fresh brown eggs, sold by the dozen or half dozen, come from pastured hens that have not been treated with either hormones or antibiotics. Their feed is non-GMO.
The milk, in gallons and half gallons, and now quarts, is from a herd of Jersey cows that are pastured and not treated with any hormones or antibiotics. The whole milk is low-temp pasteurized and non-homogenized, preserving nutrition that is lost with ultra-pasteurization and homogenization. Note: the low-fat milk will continue to be homogenized.
Terms & Conditions: Milk is delivered on Wednesdays, therefore the milk and egg share pick up runs Wednesday to Tuesday of the following week. Please be advised that if you miss your pick up for your weekly milk share, you will forfeit your milk share for that week. Also please note that you must bring in your own egg carton weekly to fill. Please do not leave your used egg carton here. We legally cannot reuse old cartons. If you need a new carton, the price is $.35.
Click here to print the order form and drop it off with your payment at the store, or you can now sign up and pay for your egg and milk share online through our Shopify Farm to Work site. Pick up is still here at the store on Main Street.
On the dock this week – fresh, wild caught Pacific steelhead trout from Washington State. That’s a mouthful! Steelhead have orange flesh like salmon but the flavor is somewhere in between salmon and trout, very mild and sweet. The fish will have medium flakes with a tender texture.