Jones Mill House Different Produce

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.

To interested folks in around  Gilmanton and to our friends in Boston:  Contact us (vsapiro@gmail.com) for timing, actual availability, prices, and delivery. Follow us on Facebook.

We participate in Gilmanton’s Own Market. Follow it on Facebook and Twitter @GilmantonsOwn.


PRODUCTS WE HAVE NOW

Bread072717FRESH BAKED BREAD: We have a terrific sourdough, available in baguettes or rounds. Also Challah, New York Rye, and multi-grain, which is great for sandwiches. And pita bread.  Write to vsapiro@gmail.com to order and arrange pickup.  Sourdough and challah available at Gilmanton’s Own Market.

 

MAPLE GRANOLA: Home-made granola made with locally-produced maple syrup. Oats, wheat germ, pumpkin seeds, pecans, almonds, sesame seeds, coconut, dried fruits such as currants, apricots, peaches, raisins. A little spice.  Available at Gilmanton’s Own Market.

FLAVORED SUGARS AND SALTS: (available at Gilmanton’s Own Market)

Lavender Sugar, Lemon Sugar, Rose Sugar:  These are wonderful in baking or use them in your tea!

Habanero Salt, Jalapeño Salt:   Good in salsas or maybe your margarita

Potatoes100817 Potatoes: We grow a half dozen different varieties, different color flesh and skin, somewhat different textures. All taste wonderful.

 

Popcorn:  What fun to have real popcorn, not commercial popcorn! All different colors.

img_3036 Gourds:  We have selected the kinkiest, wartiest, prettiest gourds we can find, specializing in round ones and pear-shaped ones. These are great for fall decorations

 

Macaroons  MARKET MACAROONS: A delicious confection with coconut dipped in chocolate. Gluten free! Available at Gilmanton’s Own Market.

GONE FOR THE YEAR — SEE YOU NEXT SEASON!

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 TomatoesWe should have heirloom tomatoes of all the colors, sizes, and shapes named above. Maybe 40 varieties. See the Tomato Page.

 

peppers081716PeppersWe should have about 8 varieties in the sweet and spicy categories (not super hot), with an emphasis on peppers used around the world in various national cuisines. See the Pepper Page.

 

 

DahliaPic Dahlia Flowers: See the Dahlia Page.

 

 

 

And more.

If you would like to be notified of what is available, just email and say, List Please.