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Heirloom cherry tomato

$5 per pound
$4 per pint

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Life is like a pint of tomatoes. You never know what you're going to get. In this case, you do: We have Napa Chardonnay, Tommy Toes, Brad's Atomic Grape and Blue Cream Berries. They're a taste explosion and a feast for your senses.

Organically grown, no pesticides whatsoever

HEIRLOOM CHERRY TOMATOES

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These are not the flavorless off-season beefsteak tomatoes that you throw haphazardly onto a sandwich. These are the tomatoes that grandma grew, meaty and firm, perfect between bread or served straight up with a pinch of salt.

No pesticides whatsoever

BEEFSTEAK TOMATO

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These tomatoes are confusing. If you're not paying careful attention: rolling them between two fingers, gently squeezing them for ripeness as they bounce back in confirmation... you will definitely think you've just eaten a very juicy piece of candy. These are the things tomato dreams are made of. 

No pesticides whatsoever

WHITE CURRANT TOMATO

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SHISHITO PEPPERS

$4 per pint

SUGAR RUSH
PEACH HABAÑERO

$4 per pint

Popular in Japan where its thin walls make it particularly suitable for tempura. Also lovely in stir fries or sautés. We love to oil and broil and toss with a good, chunky salt. These babies are not spicy, but every so often you'll win the shishito lottery and one may just bite.

F1 seeds, No pesticides whatsoever

SHISHITO PEPPERS

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Do you have dreams of salsa, poppers or pickled peppers, but you can't stand the heat? Do you feel left out when people top their chili? NO MORE! We have HEATLESS jalapeños for you. Yes, really. Pico de gallo, check, breaded and friend, yep. Nachos... do you dare? All the flavor of jalapeños, but without the heat. Get 'em while they're hot (or not).


Organically grown, no pesticides whatsoever

NADAPEÑO

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This long, thin-skinned sweet italian frying pepper is TOPS. It has some history behind it as well. From our seed supplier: This fine Italian pepper was grown each year by Giuseppe and Angella Nardiello, at their garden in the village of Ruoti, in Southern Italy. In 1887 they set sail for a new life. Settling in Naugatuck, Connecticut, they grew this same pepper that was named for their fourth son Jimmy. 

No pesticides whatsoever

JIMMY NARDELLO

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