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.
We participate in Gilmanton’s Own Market. Follow it on Facebook and Twitter @GilmantonsOwn. You can purchase all of our products at the Market. It is now open with spring hours: Thursdays 1-5, Saturdays 10-5, Sundays 12-4.
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 Pita, Naan, and Traditional Rosemary, Oil, & Salt Focaccia. Check out what is current at Gilmanton’s Own Market, or write to email@example.com to make special orders and arrange pickup.
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.
HERBS PLANTS: PARSLEY, ROSEMARY, CHIVES, SAGE, THAI BASIL, LEMON GRASS, ZAATAR.
Later in May we will add more TOMATOES and PEPPERS and also add DAHLIA PLANTS. These are amazing flowers that bloom in August with unbelievable color and keep going until the frost kills them. See our DAHLIA PAGE for the listing and more explanation.
ONIONS: Currently in Gilmanton’s Own Market: yellow Copra onions, great for cooking or eating raw.
JONES MILL HOUSE FLAVORS: We create growing line of flavors to use in all sorts of cooking and baking.
Citrus Zests: We dry citrus zests and powder them. Use them in place of fresh zest or soak the powders when you need a little bit of juice. But a pinch or a little spoon of citrus zest has so many great uses. Put some in your baking or in frostings. Throw a little in stew or casserole for tiny tang of citrus that will make a difference even without giving a strong flavor. Citrus zests are great in salad dressings. The Zests we have now include:
- Grapefruit: A little tart grapefruit flavor works nicely in salad dressings, stews.
- Lemon: How many times have you needed lemon zest or juice and had no fresh lemons?
- Orange: So many uses for a little orange flavor.
- Sumo Mandarin: A cross between a mandarin and a navel orange. It tastes like a rich, sweet, somewhat aromatic orange. Lovely.
Herbs and Spices:
- Coriander seed: So many uses for corander seed — use them whole or ground.
- Dried Celery: This is dried cutting celery — a form of celery much more concentrated and flavorful than usual celery. These dried celery flakes are useful wherever you might usually use celery, or simply as a flavorful herb.
Pepper Powders: We grow many different kinds of peppers from different regions of the world. Many of these are often used as powders in cooking, especially to preserve and use their wonderful flavor throughout the year. We currently have:
- Guajillo Pepper Powder: Guajillos are very popular Mexican chilies — spicy and a little citrusy. Widely used in Mexico food, but nice and flavorful wherever you need spicy pepper.
- Paprika: This isn’t the tasteless commercial sweet paprika. It is Hungarian paprika with a nice kick and good flavor.
Flavored Sugars: Lavender Sugar, Lemon Sugar, Rose Sugar: These are wonderful for use in baking, in tea, or wherever else you put sugar. The lavender and rose is home grown.
Pepper Salts: We dry and powder various heirloom peppers with different levels of heat and package it for your use. Use these salts for cooking, dipping, in salsas — or perfect for your margarita glass! We currently have Habanero Salt and Jalapeño Salt