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Italian Sweet Peppers

Italian Sweet Peppers are pretty and so versatile. They can be stuffed and grilled and provide the base for a variety of flavorful dishes. They are best known as the better half of sausage and peppers. Not so well known is that peppers are actually a fruit but whatever you call it, they are delicious. They are a specialty pepper so you don't get a ton of recipes, but you get this one!

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Ugly Fruit

This is ugly fruit green bell peppers. We don't think any fruit is ugly but sometimes there will be a spot or a bruise. Most of the pepper is usable but there are some parts that will need to be cut off. Good news for you is that you'll get a lot of pepper for the price! For a little work on your part, a bag of 2.5 pounds of these "ugly fruit" peppers is just $5! Normally our green peppers are $4/lb. so this is quite a deal!. Come and give our ugly fruit the love!

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Picnic Peppers

Picnic peppers have one of the best names! These slight sweet beauties are hard to pass by on the farm and not pick one and eat it right off the plant. Their sweet, crisp taste makes them one of the best summer peppers. In addition to eating them plain, you can add them to salads, stir fries or any dish calling for peppers. Come by and get a bunch of these little gems at the Farm Stand or the Market!

What’s New: Bitter Melon
Ugly Fruit Green Bell Peppers
Italian Sweet Peppers
Picnic Peppers
Large Eggplant

What’s Now: $5 Cut Flower Bouquets
Carrots (limited quantities)
Butternut Squash
Acorn Squash
Pie Pumpkins
Cabbages
Eggplant
Purple Green Beans
Yellow Wax Beans
Yardlong Beans
Okra
Tomatoes
Beets
Cucumbers (several varieties)
Collard Greens
Jalapeno Peppers
Onions-Red, Yellow & Walla Walla
Swiss Chard
Zinnias
Assorted Potted Herbs
Kale-Three Varieties
Green Onions

Herbs: Basil, Chives, Italian Parsley, Oregano,
Sage, Sorrel, Lemon Balm
Spearmint, Peppermint

What’s Coming: More Green Beans
Brussels Sprouts
Sweet Potatoes
Leaf Lettuce
Spinach