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The Farmers' Market Delivered

What’s in the Bag?

Winter citrus is great for a boost of Vitamin C, as well as adding tart and tang to salads and desserts.
This Week’s Menu

Great Gifts

Give the gift of healthy eating! A fruit basket is always a good idea, to say Thank You or Happy Holidays. Or, share some local tastes with our Local Producers basket which includes local honey, local applesauce, local granola, local spread, and locally baked bread.

Not sure where their tastes lie? Give a South Mountain Creamery Gift Certificate and let them choose for themselves.

Give Back

Full turkey dinner donation
Holidays are celebrated with food. Consider adding a Christmas Dinner Donation to your order for a local family in need. For only $40, South Mountain Creamy will donate a turkey and all the fixins to a local family in need or to a local food bank, partnering with Martha’s Table in DC, The Salvation Army in Baltimore, and the Frederick Rescue Mission in Frederick, MD.

What's Happening at SMC?

Farm Visits

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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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.


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

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The  Meyer Lemon—across between a lemon and a sweet orange—was first imported to the U.S. from China exactly 100 years ago by the man whose name they bear. With sweeter juice, a thinner peel, less acid and a more floral scent (and taste) than other lemon varieties, Meyers are as much fun to cook with as they would be to paint. Meyer Lemons really shine in lemon-based dishes; try our recipe for Traditional Lemon Bars and just wait for the compliments.

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