We call our produce Different Produce because we mainly do somewhat unusual things, or unusual varieties of produce you commonly find. It’s different. We mainly offer produce you can’t get easily from our terrific Gilmanton farmer friends and neighbors.
PRODUCTS NOW AVAILABLE
FRESH BAKED BREAD: We offer a variety of breads, including Bagels, Wild Yeast (Sourdough) Baguettes, Challah, Country White Bread, New York Rye, and Multi-Grain Bread. We also offer Corn Muffins, Pita, Naan, and Traditional Rosemary, Oil, & Salt Focaccia. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to make special orders and arrange pickup. See our BREAD AND BAKED PAGE to learn more.
MAPLE GRANOLA: Home-made granola made with locally-produced maple syrup. Oats, oat germ, coconut, nuts and seeds (such as pumpkin seeds, pecans, almonds, sesame seeds), dried fruits (such as currants, apricots, cherries, cranberries, peaches, raisins). A little spice. We keep it not very sweet but really flavorful. a grown-up cereal. Almost always available at Gilmanton’s Own. Contact us for larger quantities or special order.
JONES MILL HOUSE FLAVORS: We create growing line of flavors to use in all sorts of cooking and baking, including Citrus Zests, Herbs & Spices, Pepper Powders, Flavored Sugars, and Pepper Salts. See our Flavors Page.
Heirloom Tomato Sauce, a great tomato sauce made simply by cooking down a mix of fresh heirloom tomatoes. The result is that a cup of the sauce came from about a pound of tomatoes. Add you own flavors to make the sauce whatever you want — marinara, tomato soup, spicy or mild. By keeping it simple we leave the rest to you.
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DON’T FORGET: IN THE SPRING WE WILL HAVE PLANT STARTS FOR YOUR GARDEN:
- Many different kinds of HEIRLOOM TOMATOES (folks tells us the tomatoes they got from us performed better than seedlings they got from anywhere else!): May
- Many different kinds of HERBS: May
- DAHLIAS: The most amazing flowers you can have in your garden — they start blooming in August and keep going until the frost kills them — lavish, great color when all your other flowers are finished.
- SEE OUR TOMATO PAGE AND DAHLIA PAGE TO LEARN MORE!