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The Pickin' Patch
Farmed since 1666, the Pickin Patch in Avon uses "conventional" farming and has conventional prices.
|Gala Apples (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Gala apples are sweet and mild. Perfect for eating raw, in salads, cooked or in a sauce. From the Pickin Patch in Avon
|Buttercup Squash (Pickin' Patch of Avon)|
A small dark squash with a sweet and mild orange flesh. Wonderful roasted or curried in soups.
|Acorn Squash (Pickin' Patch of Avon)|
Acorn squash grown by the 18th Century Purity Farm in Plainfield.
|Apple Cider (Pickin' Patch of Avon)|
Apple Cider from the Pickin Patch in Avon
|Macoun Apples (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Macoun apples have a nice balance of sweet and tart. They do not store well and are only available for a few weeks in the fall. A good baking apple. Grown by Woodland Farms in Glastonbury.
|Honey Crisp Apples (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
As sweet as their name implies, these Honey Crisp apples are grown by Woodland Farms in Glastonbury
|purple fingerling potatoes (Pickin' Patch of Avon)|
Purple fingerlings grown by Browns Harvest in South Windsor.
|Empire Apples (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Empire Apples are a little bit sweet and a little bit tart, a good baking apple. Grown by Norton Brothers Fruit Farm in Cheshire.