Hattie’s Garden will be open this week on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 from 10 to 2 for the sale of produce, meat, eggs, cheese, and fish. We will also be at the Fall Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) at Lewes Elementary School Parking Lot parking lot at 820 Savannah Rd. in Lewes on Saturday from 9 to 12.
Yes, we still have gorgeous young ginger to offer you. Now is the time to freeze this delicacy for the year. Receive $2 off per lb. for purchases of 1 lb. and over.
To freeze ginger, wash well and simply freeze in an airtight container or freezer bag. It will easily keep until next season. Take it out of the freezer and grate it for use in all your ginger friendly dishes. This young ginger need not be peeled and is not stringy or fibrous — simply delicious, bright and mild and sweeter than the brown gnarled roots commonly available at the supermarket.
We will have a small harvest of Swiss chard, dwarf Siberian kale and red radishes for our Wednesday and Thursday customers in addition to our salad ingredients of young lettuce, arugula and microgreens. Don’t forget to pickup some nice butterball potatoes.
What’s Available from Hattie
The following freshly harvested produce is available at Hattie’s Garden on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 from 10 to 2.
- Austrian Winter Pea Microgreens — These taste sweet and delicious, almost identical to sugar snap peas. The greens are also high in protein and micronutrients.
- Arugula Microgreens — One of our most popular microgreens because of its distinctive spicy and nutty flavor.
- Wasabi Microgreens — These microgreens are not hot; rather, they are spicy.
- Triton Red Stem Radish Microgreens — Spicy and good!
- Mixed Microgreens — Kale, kohlrabi, red cabbage and mizuna.
- Fresh Ginger — Young Ginger from Hattie’s Garden and from Lavender Fields, Taylor Heydt.
- Young Arugula — Triple-washed and bagged.
- Young Lettuce mix — Triple-washed and bagged.
- Young Fordhook Swiss Chard — Add to salads, stir fries, soups, or sauté with garlic and olive oil.
- Young Dwarf Siberian Kale — A tasty Russian variety with flat, blue-green leaves. We pick this variety young and tender to make it a versatile kale. Eat it raw in salads or smoothies, or lightly cook for even more flavor.
- Young Red Radishes — A tad sharp without an overly powerful spicy taste.
What’s Available from our Other Vendors
The following meat, eggs, cheese, fish and other food products are available at Hattie’s Garden on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 from 10 to 2.
- Dittmar Farms Chicken — Pasture raised chicken is naturally tender and juicy. They get plenty of healthy forage and eat a natural diet from Delmarva Feed. We will be carrying whole birds, half birds and leg/thigh pieces.
- 302 Aquaponics — Beautiful aquaponic lettuce such as romaine, leafy lettuce and butterhead.
- Maple Bank Farm, Roxbury CT — German Butterball Potatoes. Get them while they last.
- AlaskaWild Seafoods — Flash frozen, wild-caught salmon, rockfish and cod.
- Chapel’s Country Creamery — Lots of delicious cheese made from the milk of their pastured cows.
- Woodbine Farm (an affiliate of Chapel’s Country Creamery) — Pasture-raised pork and beef.
- Twin Post Farm — Free-range chicken eggs from Princess Anne County.
- Chrissy’s Bees — Dutch Clover honey.
Directions to Hattie’s Garden
Hattie’s Garden is located at 31341 Kendale Rd in Lewes approximately 3 miles from Plantation Road (also known as Rt. 1D), coming inland on either Robinsonville Rd. or Beaver Dam Rd (Rt. 23 South).
Kendale Rd. is a short road (0.6 miles) between Robinsonville and Beaver Dam Road. The house is fifth on the left from Beaver Dam Rd, and has a large wooden fence in front of house with purple trim.
Park in the graveled area facing the fence. Produce and food is located inside the garage and you may enter through the side door. Just follow the signs.
Yours in the Garden and at the Market,