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  • Writer's pictureTeresa Derrick-Mills

On-Farm Market Season Opening at Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm Middletown, MD

Whatever your reason, whoever you are, we welcome you all to experience the on-farm market at Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm in Middletown, MD! (7957 Hollow Road, Middletown MD, 21769)

Tomorrow, Saturday, May 13 is Season Opening Day! 9am-1pm

  • Open Rain or Shine (unless high winds or lightening)

  • Expected veggies and herbs grown right here at 7957 Hollow Road, Middletown, MD:

    • Broccoli

    • Carrots

    • Green Onion

    • Herbs: Mints (chocolate, orange, peppermint), Rosemary, Tarragon

    • Kales: Green Curly, Red Curly, Lacinato (Dinosaur), Baby

    • Lettuces: Arugula, Salad Mix, Red Curly Top, Parris Island Romaine

    • Radishes: French Breakfast and Red Globe

    • Spinach

  • Other locally grown nutritious treats to expect

    • Local honey from Western Maryland Apiary (we host some of their hives here at the farm -- yep! really local)

    • Local mushrooms from Happy Farm, Dickerson, MD

    • Local free range chicken eggs from Into the Woods Farm, Middletown, MD

  • We will also have our house-made artisan chocolates

    • All made with 65% dark chocolate and hand-crafted by Chef Mark

    • Plain and raspberry bark (think chocolate shards for snacking)

    • 12- and 8-piece boxes with filled truffles that are hand-painted with cocoa butter to delight your eyes while dazzling your taste-buds! These mixed flavor boxes include the following current flavors: spring mint, orange caramel, passionfruit-peach, raspberry, strawberry-mango, raspberry-lemonade, hazelnut mascarpone, pistachio-rose, coffee cardamom, banana molasses, pomegranate-orange, salted caramel

  • Come see what other Market Surprise there will be -- some fruit or veggie we just are not sure will be ready until market day!

  • Check out cooking classes on the farm -- taste new veggies and learn how to cook them!

  • If you are traveling to the area from somewhere else, make a day of it (bring a cooler so your farm market treasures don't melt or wilt). Check out these links for other things to do in the area:

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