NH Eat Local Month: Vendors of the market

August is NH Eat Local Month!

Each week this month, we’ll be highlighting some of the terrific local food vendors participating in our Nashua Farmers Market, every Sunday from 10 am–2 pm at City Hall. 

This week we shine a spotlight on:

Spiczka Farms

Valicenti Pasta Farm and

Sal Terrae Seasonings!

Spiczka Farm

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spiczkafarm/ 

Contact: (978) 877-9998 or spiczkafarm@gmail.com 

Spiczka Farm is a small New England farm nearby in W. Groton, Mass. They grow fruits and vegetables, and also pasture raise hogs. The farm has retail or wholesale options, and also offers CSA farm subscriptions, with home delivery or pick-up at our farmers market and the Groton farmers market. Email them for more information.

Valicenti Pasta Farm

On the web: https://www.gimmiespaghetti.com 

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valicentipastafarm/ 

Contact: 603-459-3627 or gimmiespaghetti@yahoo.com

You’ve gotta love a place whose website name is “gimmie spaghetti”! Valicenti Pasta Farm in Hollis was established in 2008 by Chef David Valicenti, whose popular “Red Gravy” tomato sauce launched their business. The farm includes 10 acres of fields and a greenhouse, growing organic tomatoes,  eggplant, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, herbs, and more, to make their homemade pastas and sauces. 

All products are made and packaged in their commercial kitchen inside a red barn in Hollis. All natural and locally sourced ingredients. They create ravioli and other fresh pastas, sauces, and lasagnas. Vegan,  dairy free, gluten free options available.

Sal Terrae Seasonings

On the web: https://salterraeseasonings.com 

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalTerraeSeasonings/ 

Contact: 603-548-1490 or salterraeseasonings@gmail.com 

Sal Terrae Seasonings was born of the Touma family’s love of cooking. The NH-based business created inventive blends of  salts, peppers, herbs, and spices – like Classic, Italian, Beach, Inferno and more. Check out the descriptions of their blends and order online at their website, or buy them at this weekend’s farmers market.