Squash Time

Guys- this is the best time of year to be a chef in New England.  Local roots, tubers and squashes, heirloom cranberries and native apples all are here.  The number of varieties is incredible, and that’s only appropriate, since these are the things that have been growing here for centuries.

Please note: Warren Pears are done for the season.

Scott Farm Apples- Dummerston, VT

  • Roxbury Russet
  • Baldwin
  • Calville Blanc d’Hiver
  • Cox’s Orange Pippin
  • Belle de Boskoop
  • Blue Pearmain
  • Reine de Reinette
  • Rhode Island Greening
  • Lamb’s Abbey Pearmain
  • Honeycrisp
  • Gala
  • Lady
  • Quince

Ward’s Farm- Sharon, MA

  • French Breakfast Radishes
  • Baby Turnips
  • Long Island Cheese Pumpkins
  • Georgia Candy Roaster
  • Rouge vif d’Etampes
  • Winter Luxury Pumpkins
  • Delicata Squash

Fishbowl Farm- Bowdoinham, mE

Organic Mixed Rainbow Carrots

Ripley Farm- Dover-Foxcroft, ME

  • Chantenay Carrots
  • Yellow Sun Carrots
  • Purple Dragon Carrots

Sugar Hill Farm- Columbia, ME

Maine Heirloom Cranberries

Equinox Farm- Sheffield, MA

Native Mesclun

Sparrow Arc Farm- Copake, NY

  • Watermelon Radish
  • Black Radish
  • Purple Bora King Radish
  • Green Daikon

Green Sunshine Organic Farm- Hodgdon, ME

  • Russian Banana Fingerlings
  • Bintje Potatoes

Wilson Farm- Litchfield, NH

  • Native White Cauliflower
  • Native Orange Cauliflower
  • Native Romanesco Cauliflower
  • Native Lacinato Kale
  • Native Broccolini

also now in season

  • Native Hen of the Woods
  • Native Honey Mushrooms
  • Oregon Chanterelles
  • Oregon Lobster Mushrooms
  • Oregon Matsutake
  • Baby Brussels Sprouts
  • Macomber Turnips
  • Fresh American Chestnuts
  • Pomegranates
  • Early Quince
  • California Plums
  • Fresh Brown Turkey Figs
  • Meyer Lemons
  • Concord Grapes
  • French Butter Pears
  • Comice Pears
  • Sekel Pears
  • Forelle Pears
By Diego Maldonado