What’s Fresh

Find a fresh sheet here each week — a list of what’s available at the stand, prices, and the farm that grows each item. Don’t see your favorite thing? Email us at roarseattle@gmail.com with requests and we’ll do our best to track it down!

SEPTEMBER 18-21

SWEET STUFF

Apples, honeycrisp – $2.50/pound – Collins Family Orchard, Selah

Apples, Tsugaru – $2.50/pound – Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Everson

Grapes, Jupiter table – $2.50/pound – Sauk Farm, Concrete

Watermelon – $1/pound – Magaña Farm, Sunnyside

Raspberries & Blueberries – $2.50/half pint – Sidhu Farms, Puyallup

Peaches, yellow, freestone – $2.25/pound – Collins Family Orchard, Selah

Plums & pluots – $2/pound – Amador Farm, Yakima & City Fruit, Seattle

BELOW GROUND

Parsnips – $1.75/pound – Ralph’s Greenhouse, Mt. Vernon

Peanuts – $4.50/pound – Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Potatoes, new Red Thumb – $2/pound – Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Carrots – $2/bunch – Cabrera Farm, Skagit Valley

Onions, “Walla Walla” sweet – $1.30/pound – Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Everson & Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Garlic – $8/pound – The Crows Farm, Skagit Valley

ABOVE GROUND

Radicchio, Chioggia – $2.50/head – The Crows Farm, Skagit Valley

Rainbow Chard – $2/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Kale, Lacinato – $2/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Winter Squash, red kuri & spaghetti – $1.75/pound –

Leeks – $1.50/pound – Ralph’s Greenhouse, Mt. Vernon

Scallions – $1.50/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Sweet Corn – $.50/ear – Hopewell Farm, Everson

Summer Squash, 8-ball – $2.50/pound – Alvarez Organics

Mushrooms, shiitake – $8/pound – Cascadia Mushroom Company, Bellingham

Tomatoes, heirloom varieties – $3/pound – Xai Cha Farm, Woodinville & CityGrown, Seattle

Tomatoes, sungold cherry – $3/pint – Faithbeyond Farms, Enumclaw

Tomatillos – $3/pint – CityGrown, Seattle

Eggplant, Japanese – $3/pound – Xai Cha Farm, Woodinville

 

STILL HUNGRY?

Check out The Beet, our veggie newsblog, for more info about featured farmers, upcoming events, and food justice news.

Looking for inspiration? The Recipes page has a few examples of how to prepare fresh produce; please email us your pics and recipes so we can share that collective wisdom with the community here!