We built our farm kitchen in 2011 to allow us to capture more of the harvest, extend the season of local eating through preservation, and to provide high-quality and truly delicious food for our local community.
The kitchen at Cedar Circle Farm is committed to improving community health through better food. In addition to our own fruit and vegetables, we source certified organic and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Where organic ingredients are unavailable in the wholesale market, we work with suppliers to find suitable alternatives, while supporting statewide and national efforts to enable more farmers to transition to organic production to help meet this growing demand.
We welcome the chance to talk with customers about the opportunities and challenges we face as organic producers and hope that our customers will demand products that are produced at the highest standard of quality so that we can continue to make food with the best possible ingredients.
Special Order Baked Goods
If you plan to buy baked goods in quantities of 4 or more, we encourage you to place a special order in advance. Call 802-785-4737 or email to place an order.
Friday Night Dinner Share
This vegetarian, prepared food CSA is a delicious and adventurous way to support local food production! Share ingredients vary based on the season and highlight our own farm-grown organic produce. Click here to learn more.
In the Farmstand
The kitchen focuses on using both fresh and previously processed produce to make a wide variety of products. The following list is just a sample of what we may have for sale in our farmstand at any given time.
Fresh Baked goods
Breads: Baguettes, Focaccia, Herb Rolls
Cookies: Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin,
Rosemary Ginger, GF Pecan Sandies, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip
Granola and Muesli
Cafe (daily): Muffins, Scones, Savory Tarts
Cafe (weekends): Chocolate Croissants, Danish, Savory Croissants
In the Cooler
Coconut Date Bars
Pestos, Spreads, & Sauces
Sandwich Wraps, Vegetable Sushi, Salads
In the Freezer
Frozen Fruits, Greens & Vegetables
Photo by Ben DeFlorio