Last Update: June 30, 2021

ADDITIONAL PICK UP DAY: WEDNESDAY!!

 

Wednesday and Friday Farm Food Pickup days:

    • To order, simply…
  • – Copy and paste items to the submission form at the bottom of this page.
  • Make sure to type in a variety (if applicable) and quantity!
  • – Specify a day for your pick up (Wednesday or Friday).
  • – Hit SEND!

The deadline for ordering is 5 p.m. the day before.

 

All orders are for PICKUP at the farm (816 Barnum St. Sheffield, 01257). After your order is filled, we’ll confirm by email.  Orders will be in coolers at our drive-thru station available for pickup on your pick up day.

 

Our Email: dom @ mooninthepond.org (no spaces)

 

**NEW ITEMS** 

Chicks, Baby Carrots, Nettles, Spring Greens, Fresh Herbs Horseradish Root, Wild Gobo (Burdock) Root.

 

This page is updated regularly with what’s available, so check back often.

  • Heirloom Pullets and Chicks

    For those who want to raise their own home flock, we have chicks for sale!

    Very rare, heritage breeds (Marans, Bielefelder, New Hampshire), organically raised here on the farm, hatched 3/21 and 4/21.

    Prices vary, see our craigslist ad for photos and more details: https://post.craigslist.org/manage/7295241557?action=display&go=display

  • Vegetables

    All produce organically grown here at Moon In The Pond Farm or from our organic farm neighbors and friends.

    Please specify variety and poundage for all veg.

  • **Fennel

    • Per bunch $5.00

    From our friends at Atlas Farm.

  • **Sorrel

    • per bunch $6

    Classic sour leaves make a great addition to salads or for the traditional base for french soup. 

  • **Small (baby) Green Bok Choy

    • per lb. $7

    Crunchy, juicy mainstay of every stirfry.

  • **Carrots-baby, w/greens

    • per bunch $5

    Juicy, small, young orange baby carrot bunches.  It's really about the greens too!  They are tender and edible for salad (great tabouli!), saute' or steam for a side dish, puree for parsley-like pesto, or add to soup. 

  • Parsnips

    • per lb $6

    Big and beautiful

    please specify poundage

  • **Scallions

    • per bunch $5

    From our friends at MX Morningstar.

  • Garlic

    • 2 heads $1

    From our friends at Honey Dog Farm. As it is late in the season and they are starting to get dry we've dropped the price to 2/$1 !  Make some garlic jam!

  • Wild and Foraged Specialties

    Greens, mushrooms and various other choice wild delicacies.

  • Salad Greens

  • **Romaine

    • per head $5

    Chunky, crisp, juicy heads for every purpose from ceasar, to wraps, grilled or in asian-style soup.  Always great.

  • **Wild Italian Arugula

    • per bunch $6

    Not for the faint of heart. Italian, wild-type Arugula. Awesome flavor. Grown here at the farm.

  • **Sorrel

    • $6 per bunch

    Liven up the salad!  Lemony sour green.

  • **Little Gem Lettuce

    • Per head $5.00
  • Cominig Soon

    Check back for these items:

    Sorrel, Asparagus, garlic scapes, head lettuce, spring kale. radishes, fresh herbs: tarragon, chives, thyme, oregano, mint

  • Rare Organic Heirloom Apples

    Fantastic, nuanced organic heirloom apples, each exquisite and unique.  From Scott Farm Orchard in Dummerston, VT

  • Granola

    Bola Granola is Berkshire gold.  Chef Michelle Miller has produced this magnificent nutty concoction, and it has been a Moon In The Pond staple for decades.  We’re delighted to offer it. 

  • BOLA Granola, “Original 20% Nuts”

    • 1 lb. bag $9

    Robust flavor, toasty, always crunchy and amazingly fresh.  “Original 20% Nuts” is handmade with organic oats and pumpkin seeds, California almonds and the best vanilla.  Bola Original combined with Berle Farm Yogurt (see below)–Breakfast HEAVEN!

  • Dairy

    Our long-time friend Beatrice Berle produces wonderful products from her organic, grass-fed cows.

  • Yogurt, Quarts

    • quart $7

    From Sidehill Farm in Hawley MA.  Grass-fed, whole milk yogurt that's creamy, sweet, smooth and delicious.  It's 'plain'–that is unadulterated, unsweetened, and ultimately wholesome.  For breakfast or a snack, stir in your favorite jam or honey; add it to your smoothy or juice; perfect to adorn a bowl of black bean soup (see dried bean section!) or for borscht, curry or winter squash soup. 

  • Cheese, Berleberg

    • 1/2 lb. hunk $15

    Akin to a Jarlsberg,.."The flavor is of buttered popcorn, with a smooth, luscious texture. It is perfect to use in gourmet grilled-cheeses served with spicy tomato bisque. Berleberg is also hearty enough to put on artisanal burgers for a great twist."–Culture magazine  approx. 1/2 lb. hunks

  • Dried Beans

    We’re excited to offer a wide variety of wonderful heirloom beans.  Each is as tasty as it is beautiful. All packaged in half pound packs. (See our Instagram feed, or Facebook page for a video!)

  • **Dried Beans- “Marfax”, Cannellini, “Borlotti”, **”Peregion”, **”Sulfur Yellow”, “Black Turtle”, **”Maine Yellow Eye”

    • 8 oz $6

    Marfax– Maine "bean hole bean", small ochre colored gem cooks up quick and delicious.

    Cannelini– Cassoulet, Ribolita, White beans and Kale–it's that time of year!

    Borlotti– Famed Italian variety, unmistakeable flavor, rich and nutty.  Holds shape well–great for Pasta e Fagioli.

    Peregion– Oregon heirloom, multicolored, cooks like black bean, mild, creamy, rich, dark broth.

    Sulfur Yellow– Pale color, sweet flavor, delicate texture, makes creamy soup, Southern bean gravy, pureed "creamed' soup base.

    Black Turtle– Superb black bean soup bean.

    Maine Yellow Eye– Favorite of the northwest of the downeast state.  Clean, mild taste, prefered in ME for baked beans.
     

  • Mushrooms

    Seasonal varieties of wild and cultivated, as available, both fresh and dried.

  • Lion’s Mane, Cultivated, Fresh

    • per basket (8 oz) $15

    Delicious and meaty, suggesting lobster or crab. Slice into steaks, start in a dry skillet, add butter to crisp. Fantasique! (All the rage as brain food, immune booster, panacea)

  • Oyster, fresh

    • per basket (8 oz) $15

    Oyster mushrooms have the rich flavor their name suggests that stands out in any mushroom dish.

  • Shiitake, fresh

    • per basket (8 oz) $15

    Woodsy shiitake flavor and dense texture make these great for sautee, or stew, risotto or pasta.  (Save the stems for stock!.)

  • Dried Wild Foraged Culinary Mushrooms

    • per packet $5

    Maitake, Chicken of the Woods -(separate packets-please specify variety and number of packs)

  • Dried Cultivated Culinary Mushrooms

    • per packet $5

    Shiitake, Lion's Mane, Oyster and Wine Cap -(separate packets-please specify variety and number of packs)

  • Reishi, Dried, Wild

    • per packet $10

    “Ling Zhi” or “Mushroom of Immortality” highly regarded medicinal tea.

  • Specialty Items

    Other farm products lodally sourced from our farmer friends.

  • Giardiniera

    • 19.5 oz jar $9

    An Italian tradition: Spicy, pickled cauliflower, carrots and peppers–from our friends at Kitchen Garden– I LOVE this stuff!

  • **Pickled Winter Radish

    • 12 oz jar $8

    Our own Pickled Black Spanish Winter Radish–slices naturally lacto-fermented with pink salt.  Garlic slices and hot pepper added. (mildly hot)

  • Fresh Herbs

  • **Chives

    • bunch $3
  • Sage

    • bunch $3

    Fresh spring growth.  Mmmmm… Sage brown butter:  1.) heat salted butter (on med-high)  until just about to brown. 2.) throw in whole sage leaves for 4 seconds or just until crisp. IMMEDIATEY dump onto waiting pasta (pref. squash or ricotta ravioli).  Eccola!

  • **Thyme

    • bunch $3
  • **Tarragon

    • bunch $3
  • Rosemary Branches

    • per bunch $3

    Rosemary branches are the result of spring pruning of the bushes.  The twigs can be used a skewers, as a bed for grilling, for smoking, or just to add frgrance to liven up a room!  They still do offer leaves for seasoning.  Fat bunches.

     

  • Dried Herbs

    Farm grown and dried at the peak of freshness.  Wide variety–ask! 

  • Dried Herbs

    • per packet $3

    Rosemary, Sage, Mint, Tarragon, Nettles, Chives, Chive Flowers, Lavender Flowers, Shiso, Za'atar, etc.  (separate packets-please specify variety and number of packs)

  • Dried Peppers

    Farm grown and dried at the peak of freshness.  Wide variety–ask!

  • Dried Peppers

    • per packet $3

    "Ancho", rich Mexican standard (smoky, not-too-hot)

    "Calabrian", full-flavored Italian (hot)

    "Cayenne" (a little hotter yet), etc.  (separate packets-please specify variety and number of packs)

  • Honey and Infused Honeys

    Berkshire honey is sublime wildflower nectar collected in the hills and valleys of the southern Berkshires.  Our infused honeys are artisanally produced by us at the farm.  They are infused with fresh flowers and herbs gathered at the height of bloom then enveloped in honey and allowed to mature for at least six months.  A european delicacy that’s great adorning fine cheese, to enhance a good black tea, or on its own to brew a fantastic sweet tisane.

  • Dandelion Flower Infused Honey

    • 6 oz $15
  • **Fermented Garlic Honey

    • 4 oz. $10

    Fresh garlic sliced and added to 'ferment' in Berkshire honey–AHHMAZZING!  On toast like a jam, in salad dressing, on the cheese plate, right out of the jar!!  Yummy!

  • **Berkshire Wildflower Honey

    • 8.9 oz net wt $10

    Just honey–amazing honey from the magnificent flora of the Berkshires!

  • Syrups

    Time-honored, traditional and delicious!

  • **Winter Radish-Thyme Honey Syrup

    • 5 oz bottle $10

    A traditional natural cough remedy made from winter radish, honey and thyme.  It really does soothe and quiet a cough.  It’s also so delicious it can make a great herbal tea.  (…or a great cocktail!)

  • Hot Pepper Sauce and Oil Paste

    Our own famous lacto-fermented chili sauce and paste.  No cooking, no sugar, no vinegar–just the complex subteties of the peppers with their natural sweetness, enhanced by the tartness of the fermentation.

  • **Red Hot Sauce

    • per bottle $12

    Our own famous red pepper hot sauce.  Naturally fermented for a year from a wide variety of local, organic, hot and sweet peppers for an unrivaled flavor.  No cooking, no sugar, no vinegar–just natural goodness!  This vintage has a rich pepper-sweetness and medium heat level that comes on slowly. 

  • Green Jalapeno Hot Sauce

    • per bottle $12

    Fermented from green Jalapeno peppers this sauce reveals the essence of the peppers without the overpowering flavor of sugar or vinegar (besause there is any of either in the recipe!) Medium hot and fantastic!

  • **Red Chili Oil Paste

    • 4 oz $8

    Our lacto-fermented Chilis in sunflower oil–hot dang!

  • Green Jalepeno Oil Paste

    • 4 oz $8

      Our lacto-fermented Jalepenos in sunflower oil. Slightly hotter than the red.

  • Turkey

     

  • Pork

  • From our own pasture-raised, organically-fed,  historic breed “Large Black” pigs.

  • Loin Chops: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $14.00
  • Loin Roast, Bone-in: approx. 3 lbs.

    • per lb $14.00
  • Rib Chops: approx. 1 lbs.

    • per lb $13.00
  • Rib Roast, Bone-in: approx. 3.75 lbs.

    • per lb $13.00
  • Spare Ribs: approx. 1.5 lbs.

    • per lb $12.00
  • Tongue: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $12.00
  • Pork, Fresh Belly (uncured): approx. 4 lbs.

    • per lb $12.00
  • Butt, (Boston Butt) Bone-in: approx. 5 lbs.

    • per lb $12.00
  • Shoulder Roast: approx. 4 lbs.

    • per lb $13.00
  • Ham, Fresh (not cured or smoked), Bone-in : approx. 4-8 lbs.

    • per lb $11.00
  • Ham Hock, Fresh (not smoked): approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $10.00
  • Jowl, fresh: approx. 2 lbs.

    • per lb $10.00
  • Pork Liver: approx 1 lb.

    • per lb $10.00
  • Leaf Lard, not rendered: approx. 2 lbs.

    • per lb $7.00
  • Feet (Trotters): approx. 2 lbs.

    • per lb $6.00
  • Bones (meaty stock bones): approx. 3 lbs.

    • per lb $6.00
  • Back Fat (Fatback), w/ skin: approx 4 lbs.

    • per lb $5.00
  • Tail: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $3.00
  • Kidney: approx. 0.5 lb.

    • per lb $3.00
  • Pig Ears (fresh): approx. 0.5 lb.

    • per lb $3.00
  • Heart: approx. 0.75 lb.

    • per lb $5.00
  • Farm cured and smoked using a traditional Vermont recipe

  • Smoked Ham Hock: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $15.00

    Unique artisanal unsliced slab bacon, farm-cured in sea salt, organic sugar and maple syrup, then farm-smoked over hickory and sugar maple wood.

  • Smoked Pigs’ Feet: approx. 2 lbs.

    • per lb $11.00

    Same artisanal curing and smoking as the bacon and jowl.

  • Smoked Pig Tail: approx. 0.5 lb.

    • per lb $10.00

    Same artisanal curing and smoking as the bacon and jowl.

  • Sausage and cured meats.

  • Cured Pork

    Artisanally cured using traditional recipes and methods.

  • Salami, “Contadino”

    • $20

    Unique Italian “Farmer”-style, salami produced exclusively for us by our friend Jack Peele at Jacuterie. (approx. 6″ links)

  • **Pancetta: approx. 0.5 lb.

    • per lb $27.00

    Made exclusively for us by our friend Jack Peele at Jacuterie.

  • Lardo, di Colonnata (Artisanal Cured Back Fat): approx. 0.25 lb.

    • per lb $27.00
  • **Guanciale (Sweet Cured Jowl): approx. 0.5 lb.

    • per lb $26.00
  • Fresh Sausages, Traditional Italian-style:

    Made exclusively for us by artisanal charcutier, “Jacuterie” withour unique recipies, using ingredients grown on the farm.

  • Sausage, Italian Sweet: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $12.00

    Simple Italian: pork. salt, black pepper and fennel seeds. 

  • Sausage, Sage: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $12.00

    Perfection: pork, our own farm-grown sage, salt and black pepper.

  • Beef

  • Our own 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised, rich, full flavored “Scottish Highland” beef.

  • Bones: approx. 3 lbs.

    • per lb $5.00
  • Ground Beef: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $12.00
  • London Broil: approx. 2 lbs.

    • per lb $12.50
  • Porterhouse: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $25.00
  • T-Bone: approx. 0.5lb.

    • per lb $20.00

    (very thinly cut)

  • Rib Steak: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $19.50
  • Sirloin Tip: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $16.50
  • Sirloin: approx. 2 lb.

    • per lb $16.00
  • Short Ribs: approx. 1.5 lbs.

    • per lb $12.00
  • Shank: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $8.50
  • Stew Meat

    • per lb $10.00

    1 lb. packs – great for chili, kabobs, or…stew!

  • Tongue: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $11.00
  • Oxtail: approx. 1.5 lbs.

    • per lb $8.50
  • Heart: approx. 1.5 lbs

    • per lb $7.00
  • Liver: approx. 1.5 lbs.

    • per lb $8.00
  • Veal

     

  • Our own 100% pasture-raised, rich, full flavored “Scottish Highland” veal. (no confinement, raised in the field)

  • Suet: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $1.00
  • **Chicken

  • Our own pasture-raised, organically fed, heritage breed “New Hampshire” chickens.

  • **Broiler/Roasting Chicken: approx. 1.75-4 lbs.

    • per lb $10.00

    Whole chickens. Please specify approx size.

  • Hearts: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $5.00
  • Feet: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $5

    The foundation of any great chicken stock or soup.

  • Lamb

  • Our own 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised, heritage breed “Soay” sheep.

  • Leg, Bone-in: approx. 3-4 lbs.

    • per lb $22.00
  • **Ground Lamb: approx. 1 lb.

    • per lb $16.00

    Great for "real" shepards' pie, lamb meatballs, and perfect for Middle Eastern meatloaf (Kibbe).

  • Liver: approx. 1 lb

    • per lb $10.00
  • Heart: approx. 2 lbs

    • per lb $8.00
  • Kidney: approx. 0.5 lb

    • per lb $5.00
  • Bones: approx. 3 lbs.

    • per lb $5.00
  • Suet: approx. 2 lbs

    • per lb $3.00