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    • Squash, Honeypatch (by Weight)

    Washashore Farm

    Squash, Honeypatch (by Weight)


    This adorable little squash is the result of a collaboration between a chef (Dan Barber anyone?) and a Plant Breeding Professor at Cornell (Michael Mazourek for you plant breeding die-hards out there).  The challenge was to develop a variation of butternut for FLAVOR (novel, no?).  Though diminutive in size, this little cutie is deeply sweet and nutty, with caramel and malt notes when roasted.  And as a bonus, the skin is entirely edible as well! Roast away my darlings! 

    (for those who want to geek out: Honeypatch is the new and improved tinkered version of the honeynut.  It is longer storing but still keeps it's delightful sweet flavor.)


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    • Local

      We believe supporting local builds a stronger community. We collectively support friends, neighbors, and colleagues to make and grow the things they love. In doing so, we get fresh goods made with care and we support a thriving local economy.

    • Seasonal

      Seasons change fast in New England and we are committed to only selling what is available locally. We believe seasonal eating supports our farmers and connects us to place. When you buy from our market, you know you are eating in season.

    • Simple

      Small farmers and small producers struggle to connect to you, the consumer. We want shopping local and supporting our neighbors to be easy and we believe Pip & Anchor does just that. All local, all season, all in one place.

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