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Happy March, Local Food lovers!

Place your order from Western Maine Market today or by 6:00 A.M. tomorrow morning for pick-up or deliver this Friday or Saturday.

Carrabassett Valley

We may soon be able to offer delivery to a central location in Carrabassett Valley on Saturdays. We don't yet have all the details worked out, but if you are interested in getting an order there this week, please send an email to [email protected], and we may be able to work it out.
New and Returning Products
Baldwin Apples
Menu Group: Food
Section: Fruits and Berries
Category: Apples

Vendor: Porter Hill Farm

1/2 peck averages 5 lbs weight.
An old time winter keeper. Was grown here in New England and shipped to England.
Excellent for pies and cooking. We eat unsweetened, unspiced Baldwin apple sauce all winter!
Good eating, but best sliced and peeled.
Yellow Onions
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Onions

Vendor: Porter Hill Farm

Large Yellow Onions:1.5+ lbs each. Naturally grown. Several varieties - all good winter keepers

Med-Large Yellow Onions
Green Bartolo Cabbage
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Cabbage

Vendor: Porter Hill Farm

These dense green cabbage are excellent keepers, and are excellent for slaw, kraut, in stir fries or soups, or boiled for an old fashioned New England dinner.
Small avg 3 lbs, Med avg 4 lbs, Large avg 5.5 lbs
Potatoes
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Potatoes

Vendor: Porter Hill Farm

German Butterball: Naturally grown .Brown skinned with yellow flesh. The German Butterball has a"netted skin". Our favorite for winter baking, soups and stews. Grown from our own seed; Stores well.

Kennebec -seconds SALE: Nice large potatoes. A moderate amount of scab on the skins - cosmetic - still a great potato. Great baked, boiled, in potato salad or in soups. Potato Leek soup anyone?

Nicola: Brown skinned with yellow flesh. The Nicola has a smooth skin and is touted as having a low glycemic index for a potato. Grown from our own seed; Stores well.

Papa Cacho Fingerlings-Peruvian (pictured): A lovely red skinned fingerling with white flesh tinged with pink. Great for roasting, boiling, or baking. Originally from Peru.

Small potatoes: Mix of small German Butterball and Nicola, These small potatoes bake up quickly, or can be boiled. Yellow skin and flesh.
Butternut Squash SECONDS
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Squash - Winter

Vendor: Porter Hill Farm

Beginning to soften, bottom end, leaving sound flesh in the neck, the meaty part of the squash. One large or two smaller