Hattie’s Garden delivery/pickup service continues to bring you fresh and wholesome food. We are now taking orders for the Saturday, November 7 service.
The deadline for placing your order is Tuesday at 8PM. We suggest you place your order as soon as possible to be sure you get what you want, as we do run out of some things.
What’s Available through the Online Order System
The following items are available now to order for pickup or delivery on Saturday, November 7.
Hattie’s Garden continues to pull nice fall carrots from the garden, joined by beautiful French Breakfast Radishes with nice tops. Did you know you can use radish tops? Sautee lightly with any stir fry, or use as pesto, mixed 50/50 with your favorite other green.
We have nice young hakurei turnips with beautiful greens this week. We are digging the last of our garden ginger and turmeric as the cold weather is arriving. And it is still not too late to get your lemongrass. You can freeze all of these things — the ginger, turmeric and lemongrass — for use over the winter.
We also have green beans, spinach, swiss chard and beets available, but only at the Garden this week. They are a bit too limited to add to our order form. Stop by during our hours Wednesday and Thursday from 10 to 2.
Jen from Flying Squirrel Garden is back again this year, baking some of the best pot pies and fruit pies you can find anywhere. Jen uses mostly organic ingredients in her pies, including the produce she has grown in her pesticide-free garden. The pot pies easily provide two servings and her fruit and dessert pies rival any I have ever tasted. She uses a homemade crust made with butter for all the pies and bakes garlic into the crust for her pot pies. Delicious.
Stag Run Farms will continue to provide us with apples and the season is not over for harvesting apples. Here is this week’s updated list and look for more apple varieties each week: Stayman Winesap, Gibson Gold, Granny Smith, Fuji, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious (aka Yellow Delicious) and Red Rome.
There’s also wonderful gourmet food from Nancy’s Café, an assortment of flavors from Backyard Jams & Jellies, free-range chicken and chicken liver from Dittmar Family Farms, wonderful free-range chicken eggs from Twin Post, a great assortment of fresh mushrooms from King Mushrooms, Alaska Cod, Coho and Sockeye Salmonn from AlaskaWild Seafoods, fresh honey from Chrissy’s Bees, and fresh cheese from Chapel’s Country Creamery.
Watch for our email early Tuesday morning for what is available during the week for pickup on Wednesday (November 4) and Thursday (November 5) from 10 to 2. That list differs a bit from our order form list as things change here on a day to day basis.
Yours in the Garden,