Plymouth’s destination for the freshest locally sourced food, in a historic setting. Talk about family-run, the great-great-great-great-grandfather of the current owners founded the store almost 200 years ago! The building itself dates from 1750. Prior to being a general store, its uses included a barn for carpentry, a cobbler’s shop, and even one of the country’s first post offices!Read More
By Zack Lamothe. Davoll’s General Store in Dartmouth personifies the adage of “past inside the...Read More
Words and Photo By Gina Salvadori. The Drawing Room, Anthi Frangiadis’s home dècor boutique just...Read More
By Elle Maynard. Update: Local Provisions has ceased home delivery, although they continue to...Read More
Eat. Drink. Shop. Local! Southeastern Massachusetts Farmers Markets Farmers’ markets represent the...Read More
Updated – November 2021 Farms offering CSA vegetable (and flower) shares in 2022 If you know...Read More
A CSA farm offers “shares” for sale to the public. A share is typically a weekly box of vegetables grown on their farm, but other farm products, like honey or flowers, may also be included. Each farm has a slightly different CSA model.Read More
Local food: tastes better, is healthier, supports local families, builds community, supports...Read More
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Wine is food;
spray cheese is not.
Butter’s good; margarine is just yellow gunk.
Soil beats strip malls; food gardens are preferable to lawns; farmers, chefs, and artisans are our heroes.