Organic food continues at Pepper Place

10.1.2008 by André Natta · → Leave a comment

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Thanks to one of our readers for the heads up. Anyone interested in organic and locally raised meat and produce will be happy to know that Owls Hollow Farm will continue at Pepper Place in the parking lot through the winter – if they have enough participation to make it worth the drive. They’ll have hydroponic lettuces and other vegetables, and will also have local organic pork every other week (and soon, grass fed beef!). They’re asking people interested to sign up for their mailing list on the site and to fill out the account info.

They’re hopefully going to be able to have great stuff through the winter! After the jump, find the info about this weekend’s options (via email):

I’m excited about this falls pepperplace pickups. I’ll be @ pepperplace between 8-10am
Sat Oct 4
th for pickup. and lets make it worth a 150 mile trip.

I’m working on a grass fed beef producer that lives close to me.

this week I’ll have PORK

sausage mild, hot or chorizo 2# $10
chops med or thick 2# $10
ribs 3 or 4# packs $5/pound
butts $5/pound
roast $5/pound
tenderloin $7.5/pound

salad mix $5/bag
lettuce $3 each or 2 for $5
cukes $2/each
cilantro $2/bunch
parsley $2/bunch
thyme $2/bunch
rosemary $2/bunch
mint $2/bunch
chard $3/bunch
baby tatsio $5/bag
reg spinach$5/bag
basil $3 or $5/bag
frisee’ $3/each
Squash
butternut $3/each
spaghetti $3/each
yellow $3/ cup
baby with blossoms $3 cup
tomatoes $3/cup chandler mtn.
green heirlooms $3/cup
zuchinni $3/cup
eggplant $2/each
ocra $3/cup
eggs $4/dozen free range from a friend
pears $5/basket from mama’s
onions 3 for $2
sweet potatoes 3 for $2 the good ones from Miss
baby turnips with greens $3/bunch
maybe apples $5/basket from mama’s orchard

please let me know what you want by Friday morning at the latest. so I can get it together

be patient with me while I get this going and we can have fresh food all winter.
I’ll bring extra in case some extra’s show up

have a great week. Rod

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