The Farmers' Market Delivered

What’s in the Bag?

grapes of all colors
So many seasonal favorites available in August, including local grapes …and not just green! Purple and now PINK seedless grapes make a great treat for a hot day: freeze individual grapes and enjoy frozen!
This Week’s Menu

The SMC Story

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Whether you are one of our customers or are considering becoming one, it’s important to know the difference between South Mountain Creamery and the other guys:
Local fresh farm food vs. same ol’ grocery store goods.

We are not a grocery delivery service. We are→The Farmers’ Market, Delivered! Be sure to watch the video (above) to get the full story.

Tomato Tsunami

What is the difference between a Number 1 and a Number 2 tomato?  It’s a measure of quality The  #1 tomatoes are the best; these are the ones that you receive from us in your bags. #2 tomatoes are great tomatoes, but they might have a spot on them that you will need to cut around, better for processing tomatoes, such as salsa or marinara.

What's Happening at SMC?

Farm Visits

Feed a baby calf

Did you know South Mountain Creamery is open 365 days per year? Come on out, tour the farm, see the calves, have some ice cream.

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Views from the Farm

Tony Brusco, inspecting squash

“There’s a certain sense of feeling good about the food you’re getting when you know who is producing it. I don’t know if ‘security’ is the right word,” said Brusco, CEO of South Mountain Creamery.

Read the Baltimore Sun article, “5 Minutes with Tony Brusco”.

Hometown Harvest

Hometown Harvest and South Mountain Creamery have always maintained family ties. Bringing the two companies together is better for everyone. HTH provides fresh produce and artisan goods to SMC customers; HTH customers get to enjoy local dairy, grass-fed beef, and ice cream! Together, we’re better. It’s a win-win for everyone!

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In the Kitchen

Eggplant, roasted tomatoes, and fresh mozzarella in a whole wheat wrap
That’s a wrap! Eggplant, tomato, onion, zucchini—whichever you happen to have on hand— pair with fresh mozzarella to pack a ton of vegetarian flavor!

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