The Farm Kitchen-Cafe is part of our Winter Market and is open during business hours! Our menu (sample above) changes often so please feel free to call ahead with questions: 207.289.5805.
Stop by to grab lunch, dinner, or a snack and take it to-go, or enjoy in our sunny greenhouse.
Winter Hours (January 2019 on)
Tuesday - Friday 10:00a - 4:00p
Saturday: 9:00a - 3:00p
Frinklepod Farm Store
So much more than a roadside stand, our farm store is an on-farm food & grocery experience where we get to interact with our community most. We are open year-round, in our “summer farm store” (pictured above) and in our “winter market” in The Pod, the new building on the farm.
We also buy in other fair-trade produce (local when possible) like stone fruit, citrus, & mushrooms to round out our offerings!
Our own certified organic produce
We grow a large variety of fresh produce seasonally including
Kale, Spinach, Head Lettuces & other Greens
Cucumber, Zucchini, & Squash
Onions, Garlic, Leeks, & Scallions
Pestos, Sauces & Patés
Soups & Broths
Grain & Pasta Salads
Frinklepod-made vegan snack items
In our commercial kitchen at the Pod we create farm-made, plant-based items like these for our store:
Frinklepops (unique flavored popsicles like Mango-Rosewater, Matcha-Mint, & Rhubarb-Jasmine!)
Empanadas, Tarts, & Pies
Cookies, Cupcakes, Donuts, & Breads
We feel lucky to support fellow small businesses from Maine by carrying their awesome products:
By choosing Frinklepod seedlings you're voting with your wallet to support:
✓ organic & regenerative farming practices 🌎
✓ the local food economy 🍽️
✓ a small family farm business & community resource
Certified organic Seedlings, Seeds, and gardening supplies
Gardeners! We take great care of our seedlings to make life easier for you. They stay safe in our greenhouses until they are optimally ready for your garden. We put them out for sale starting late spring through early/mid summer. Click here to see our offerings.
We also have for you certified organic compost, topsoil, and soil amendments, to sustain your land and keep your garden thriving.