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Virginia Flour Club

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Do you like to make bread, pancakes, muffins, pies, pizza, or biscuits?  Do you value fresh, nutritious, high quality Virginia grown foods?  If so, read on to learn about the Virginia Flour Club.

I would like to offer an opportunity for bakers and cooks in the Harrisonburg area to get access to Virginia grown and ground flours.  As a board member for Common Grain Alliance I have an extensive network of grain farmers and millers in the region with whom I meet periodically.  Here’s how the flour club will work:  prior to my meetings (which happen quarterly at the minimum) I will send out a list of available flours or other grain products and prices to flour club members, members will place their order, I will pick up the product at my meeting and store it at my farm in Keezletown for flour club members to pick up at their convenience.

Please email me at hannahrosewengerjohnson@gmail.com if you would like to join the Virginia Flour Club, or if you have any further questions.

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Can you believe we still have vine ripened tomatoes in November?

This will probably be your last chance to get our tomatoes this year.  We have an assortment of heirloom and improved pink, red, and yellow slicers, as well as a few San Marzano paste tomatoes.  I can fill orders of 10lb or more for pick up in Keezletown or possibly delivery in Harrisonburg or nearby.  Bulk price for these November tomatoes is $2.50/lb for first quality and $1.90/lb for seconds, while supplies last.  Please call or text Hannah at 540-269-6251 to place an order.

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I still have a good supply of nice Amish Paste tomatoes, and would like to offer a quantity discount to all of our loyal customers.  Right now you can get these delicious, versatile, heirloom tomatoes for $2.20/lb when purchasing 10lb or more.  Available for on-farm pick up in Keezletown, or I may be able to deliver to Harrisonburg or nearby areas.

Great for making sauce, soup, slicing on sandwiches and salads, freezing, canning. Get ’em while they last! The season will be over very soon.

Call or text Hannah at 540-269-6251 to place your order and schedule pickup or delivery.

We will be at the Harrisonburg Farmer’s market tomorrow, September 21, with a good supply of tomatoes and peppers, and the last Concord grapes of the season.    We will also have some kale, sorghum syrup, and decorative corn.  Look for us in stalls #17 and #6.

Look for us in a new location at the Harrisonburg Farmer’s Market tomorrow.  We will have sweet and hot peppers, garlic, tomatillos, sorghum syrup, and LOTS of tomatoes in spot #8 near the west end of the market.

We will also have plenty of grapes in our regular location, spot #17 near the center of market.

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Come find us at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market this Saturday in booth #17, near the center of the market.  We will have tomatoes, garlic, tomatillos, sorghum molasses, and grapes.

Grape season is in full swing at Hickory Hill Farm. The crop is excellent, the vines hanging heavy with large clusters of super sweet fruit. Currently we are offering the Fredonia variety, an early Concord type at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market every Tuesday and Saturday, with Concords soon to follow. Specials and bulk discounts will be available while supplies last. If you want our grapes and can’t make it to the market, check with Massanutten Produce in Penn Laird, Friendly City Food Co-op, or Woods Edge Farm stand at the junction of 42 and Cromer Road. These locations should have our grapes available throughout season. If anyone is interested in bulk orders directly from the farm, contact Grant at 540-560-2939 to place an order. Remember that grape season is relatively short, so get your share of this sweet treat from nature that is both tasty and healthy while you can!

We have a good supply of tomatoes including red and yellow slicers, heirlooms, and paste tomatoes.  We also have tomatillos and garlic, which together can make a delicious salsa verde, and sweet sorghum molasses.  All this will be available at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Saturday, August 10 from 8am to 1pm.  Look for us in booth #17, near the center of market.

We plan to have produce at market every Saturday through the fall, and expect to bring our first grapes in two weeks.

Thanks for supporting our family run business.  We look forward to seeing you at market.