What's in Season?

What’s in season?
 
The cold winter can bring thoughts of barrenness and the frozen ground, but many of our farms are still growing delicious produce this season.

Some of the local foods that are available include apples, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, mushrooms, potatoes, and turnips. Locally produced meats, cheeses, breads, and pastured eggs are also available.


You can find fresh local produce at the Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market, the Doylestown Food Market, and even some CSAs are still going strong, like the Roots to River Winter CSA.

Your local-food-cooking in the winter will involve cleaning the earthy root vegetables with the dirt still clinging to them, peeling and chopping, then filling your home with the warming scents of stews and soups.


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