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By Edible Cape Cod | June 27, 2016
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“Edible” links we think you’ll enjoy:

Advocacy Organizations Food Blogs
Cape Cod Crafted Food Products Gardens/Gardening
Caterers Local Meat
Clambakes & Raw Bars Pick Your Own Produce
Farmers Markets Provisions
Farms Recommended Reading
Farm-Raised Fish & Shellfish Restaurants
Farm Tours Wineries/Breweries
Fish Mongers  
 

 


FARMS


A.D. Makepeace

Andrews Farm 

Annie’sCrannies

BayEnd Farm

Bogside Farm

Borderbay Junction Farm

Bon Terra Nursery 

Burgess Farm

CapeAbilities Farm 

Cape Cod Heirlooms Farm

Cape Cod Lavender Farm

Cape Cod Organic Farm

Checkerberry Farm 

CobWebb Farm 

Coonamessett Farm

Cricket Hill Farm 

Crow Farm

E&T Farms

Eldredge Farm

Green Hill Farm 

Great Cape Herbs

Halcyon Farm

Hamblin Farms 

Hokum Rock Blueberry Farm

In The Weeds Flower Farm

Nobska Farms

Not Enough Acres Farm 

Peachtree Circle Farm 

Pleasant Lake Farm

Rapoza's Farm

Redberry Farm

Sprout Farm

Surrey Farms

Tony Andrews Farm

Totem Farm

Tuckernuck Farm

Watt’s Family Farm 



FARMERS MARKETS



FARM TOURS


A.D. Makepeace Company
Growing cranberries since the 1800s the company currently harvestsnearly 2,000 acres of bog in southeastern Massachusetts. The farmenjoys giving educational tours for schools, community groups andother groups.

Bartlett’s Ocean ViewFarm
For over 200 years this family-owned and operated working farm hasbeen providing a unique setting for customers to visit.

Cape Farm Supply & Cranberry Company
Cranberry bog tours provided daily (by reservation only) in spring,summer, and fall. Call 508-432-0790 for reservations.

Coonamessett Farm
Providing a total farm experience including fresh fruit and vegetablesto pick, farm animals to feed, and growing systems to observe.

FARM Institute
Year-round programs designed to connect children and the communitywith the culture of agriculture.

Georgetown CranberryCompany
A 55 acre farm with some cranberry bogs over 100 years old. OpenSeptember through January. Call for days and hours.

Great CapeHerb Farm



PICK YOUR OWN PRODUCE


Andrews Farm 
Strawberries, peas, corn, pumpkins, tomatoes in season.

Blueberry Bog 
Blueberries

Coonamessett Farm
Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, greens, lettuce, tomatoes. Daily 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

Coyne Bog Blues 
Blueberries

Blueberries
 
Blueberries, Raspberries


FARM-RAISED FISH & SHELLFISH


Barnstable Seafarms
Littlenecks & oysters

Big Rock Oyster

Billingsgate Shellfish | Wellfleet | 508-349-7556
Oysters, hardshell clams

Brewster Oysters 
Oysters

Cotuit OysterCompany
Oysters & hardshell clams

Shrimp

East Dennis Oyster Farm
Oysters

Finn Farms | Barnstable | 508-32-4656
Littleneck clams

Live, local lobster

ScortonCreek Oysters

Wash-A-ShoreOyster Ranch
Oysters & clams

Wellfleet Oyster & Clam Co. Ltd. 
Oysters & littlenecks

Oysters, clams, shellfish, finfish


CLAMBAKES & RAW BARS

 


Anderson/ChalkeClambakes

Barnstable Seafarms
Littlenecks & oysters

Mac’s Seafood

Swan River

Wellfleet Bay Oyster Company | Wellfleet | 508-515-1340
Raw bars

Wellfleet Oysters & Clam Co. Ltd. | Mayo Beach, Wellfleet | 508-349-2717
Raw bar kits

Wellfleet Sea Farms | 1963 Route 6, South Wellfleet | 508-349-9107
Raw bar & clambakes



FISH MONGERS


Cape Fish & Lobster | 406 W. Main St., Hyannis | 508-771-1122

Chatham Fish& Lobster | 1291 Main Street, W. Chatham | 1-800-945-0545

George’s Fish Market | 30 Kildee Rd. at Rte. 28, Harwichport | 508-432-5493

Joe’s Lobster & Fish Mart | Cape Cod Canal, Sandwich | 508-888-2971

Mac’sSeafood | Wellfleet & Truro | 508-349-0404

Nickerson Fish &Lobster | Shore Road, Chatham Fish Pier, Chatham | 508-945-0145

Swan River

Old Wharf Shellfish | P.O. Box 1135, S. Wellfleet | 508-349-9021



WINERIES & BREWERIES


Cape Cod Beer
Cape Cod’s only microbrewery. Cape Cod Red and IPA are on tap atrestaurants and bars from Sandwich to Orleans and available in 64oz. refillable bottles (called Growlers) at the brewery and selectedlocal liquor stores.

Cape Cod Winery | 681 Sandwich Rd., East Falmouth | 508-457-5592

Chicama Vineyards | Stoney Hill Rd., West Tisbury | 508-693-0309

Nantucket Vineyard | 5 Bartlett Farm Rd., Nantucket | 508-32t-5209

Truro Vineyardsof Cape Cod | Route 6A, North Truro | 508-487-6200

Westport Rivers | 417 Hixbridge Rd, Westport



CAPE COD CRAFTED FOOD PRODUCTS


The Art of Roasting
Life is too short to drink bad coffee.

Beanstock CoffeeRoasters
The best coffee beans roasted locally in small batches.

Cape Cod Beer
Cape Cod’s only microbrewery. Cape Cod Red and IPA are on tap atrestaurants and bars from Sandwich to Orleans and available in 64oz. refillable bottles (called Growlers) at the brewery and selectedlocal liquor stores.

Cape Cod Cranberry Drizzle | 3 Red Cedar Circle, Dennis

Cape Cod Cranberry Harvest
Award-winning cranberry jellies.

Cape Cod Lollicakes

Cape Cod Provisions
Makers of Cape Cod Cranberry Candy and Harvest Sweets chocolateand fruit confections.

Chatham Jam& Jelly Shop
The largest variety of homemade preserves on Cape Cod.

Chef Paul’sTruffles

Great Hill Dairy
Offering Great Hill Blue, an internally-ripened variety made withraw, unhomogenized milk resulting in a true gourmet quality cheese.

Good JuJu Bakery

The Hot ChocolateSparrow

Jim’s Organic Coffee
Organic coffee, slowly hand roasted.

Kayak Cookies
Hand-crafted cookies, with a subtly sweet, curiously salty taste.

Mermaid’s Pantry
Handmade bar and classic cookies.

Nantucket WildGourmet & Smokehouse
Smoked seafood, handmade slowly in small batches

Pain D’Avignon
A different kind of bakery.

Stage Stop Candy

Wellfleet CandyCompany
Gourmet chocolates handmade using a custom-crafted mold of a realWellfleet oyster.



GARDENS / GARDENING


Cape Cod CooperativeExtension

Cape Cod Organic Gardeners | P.O. Box 464, Cummaquid | 508-771-4767
Meet the third Thursday of October, November, March, April and Mayat 7:00PM at Whelden Memorial Library, Route 149, West Barnstable.Annual membership fee: $5.00.

C.L. Fornari
The Cape’s first lady of gardening. Radio host, author, public speaker,master gardener.

Matt’s Organic Gardens | 40 Upper County Rd., Dennisport | 508-394-3747
North Country Organics fertilizer and land care products. Heirloomvegetable plants.



RESTAURANTS


Capecodchefs.com

Abba

Adrian’sRestaurant

The BarnstableTavern

The Bee-Hive Tavern

Belfry Inne & Bistro

Blackfish Restaurant | 337 Truro Center Road, Truro, MA | 508-349-3399

Bleu

Bistro at Crowne Pointe

Brewster Fish House | 2208 Route 6A, Brewster | 508-896-7867

The Cape Sea Grille

Chatham Bars Inn

The Coach House

The Daily Paper

Devon’s | 401 Commercial Street, Provincetown | 508-487-4773

Finely JPs | 554 Route 6, Wellfleet | 508-349-7500

Flying Fish Café | 29 Briar Lane, Wellfleet | 508-349-7292

Harbor Watch Inn

Island Merchant

The Juice

L’Aloulette

Lure

Mac’sShack

Naked Oyster

Napi’s

Nauset Beach Club

Ocean House

The Oyster Company

Pisces

The Red Nun

The Red Pheasant

The Regatta of Cotuit

Terra Luna | 104 Shore Road, Truro | 508-487-1019

The Wicked Oyster | 50 Main Street, Wellfleet
Highlighting local seafood and produce in a seasonal menu. Openfor breakfast, lunch and dinner year round.



CATERERS

TheBrown Jug

CosmosCatering

Cucina D’Amore

Ecoroo

Mac’s Parties & Provisions

TerraLuna

TheMoveable Feast

TheParty Girls



PROVISIONS


All Cape Cook’s Supply | 237 Main Street, Hyannis | 508-790-8908
The premier purveyor of professional cookware on the Cape. If theydon’t have it, it doesn’t exist!

Angel Foods | 467 Commercial Street, Provincetown | 508-487-6666

Atlantic Spice Company

Bean and Cod | 140 Main Street, Falmouth | 508-548-8840

Bee & Blossom | 675 Main Street, Hyannis | 508-771-3345
Honey & bee-based products. Also serving lunch & high tea.A very sweet spot.

The Brown Jug
Artisanal cheeses, truffle pates, fresh olives, smoked salts, caviar,gravlax, Iggy’s bread, finest pastas, Swedish linens and Italiancrockery.

Chatham Cheese Company

Chatham LiquorLocker

Choco-Latte | 11 Cranberry Highway, Route 6A, Sagamore | 508-888-706

Dennisport & Chatham Natural Markets

Dennisport General Store
A cook stop and so much more!

Fancy’s Market | 699 Main Street, Osterville | 508-428-6954

Far Land Provisions

Gustare Oils & Vinegars

Hatch’s Fish Market

Bradford Natural Market | 141 Bradford Street, Provincetown | 508-487-978

Main Street Gourmet | 42 Main Street, Orleans | 508-255-1112
Specialty foods. Kitchen essentials. Table décor.

MOMO’S | 598 Route 6A, East Sandwich

Nantucket Wild Gourmet & Smokehouse

Orleans Wine & Spirits

Pain D’Avignon

Phoenix Fruit | 14 Cove Road, Orleans

Ring Bros. Marketplace

Roche Bros.

Sea Street Market

Windfall Market

The Wine List
One of New England’s best wine shops.

Town Center Wine & Spirits



LOCAL MEAT


Border Bay Junction Farm

Northeast Family Farms

Miss Scarlett’s Blue Ribbon Farm

Ocean Song Farm

Watts Family Farm



FOOD BLOGS


Diary of a Locavore

Edible Nation

Starving off the Land: Bumbling Towards Self-Sufficiency in the Wilds of Cape Cod



ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS


B.A.R.S.
Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing addresses issuesthat relate to recreational shellfishing in the Town of Barnstable.Interests and concerns include education, shellfish propagationand protection, conservation and promotion of shellfish habitats.

The Cape Cod & Islands Farm Bureau has been a grassroots organization on Cape Cod over the past 70 years. With the support of our approximately 700 current members and associates, the Farm Bureau’s goal has always been to make farming more profitable and the community a better place to live. 

Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’sAssociation
Working to protect fish habitat, promoting environmentally-friendlyfishing practices, and working with fishery managers to stop thosefishing practices that destroy habitat.

GreenCAPE
Encouraging nontoxic methods of pest control, agriculture, home,garden, lawn and turf care and so eliminate hazards from our airand water.

IslandGrown Initiative

Mass Aquaculture Association
Promoting the continued development of shellfish and fish farming,and seeking to improve some of the conditions affecting aquaculturein Massachusetts today.

SEMAP
Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership is anon-profit organization whose mission is to help agricultural enterprisesin southeastern Massachusetts achieve economic success.



READING RECOMMENDATIONS


Better Than Store Bought
by Helen Witty
Jams, pickles, sauerkraut, graham crackers, deviled ham, chutney,marshmallows, black pumpernickel bread, fresh chorizo sausage, chilisauce, pastrami, even tofu! Recipes for all your store-bought favorites.A “must have” for a serious cook’s bookshelf

Eat Here: Reclaiming Homegrown Pleasures in a Global Supermarket
by Brian Halweil
Worldwatch senior researcher explains how a simple shift in eatinghabits not only delivers superior taste, but is better for people’shealth, the livelihoods of small farmers, and the global environment,even making the nation’s food supply safer by reducing the riskfrom accidental or intentional contamination.

Fatal Harvest
by Catherine Palmer
A book that will forever change the way we think about food. Thisbook will inform and influence the growing public movement of activists,farmers, policymakers, and consumers who are fighting to make ourfood safer for ourselves and for the planet.

Fields of Plenty
By Michael Ableman
A farmers journey in search of real food and the people who growit.

Lasagna Gardening
by Patricia Lanza
Nothing to do with pasta and everything to do with layering, thisbook serves up a time-saving approach to gardening that will comeas welcome news to the overworked and the horticulturally challenged.Lanza exhorts readers to build soil up, “instead of diggingdown,” by simply layering organic materials onto a prospectivegarden site and close-planting directly into it.

Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meeals
By Michael Pollan
Pollan examines what he calls “our national eating disorder.”

Organic, Inc.
By Samuel Fromartz
Natural foods and how they grow.

The Organic Manual: Natural Gardening for the 21st Century
by Howard Garrett
Tells you how organics work and outlines a complete organic programfrom what products to use, when, and how to use them.

The Joy of Shucking: Recipes from the Wellfleet Oysterfest
by Wellfleet SPAT
Wellfleet’s chefs, shellfishers, and townsfolk celebrate their enjoymentof the local harvest of oysters and clams in this collection ofshellfish recipes. Proceeds benefit Wellfleet SPAT, the organizationthat produces the annual Wellfleet Oysterfest.

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