Featuring Farm fresh produce, dairy, eggs, meat and handcrafted delictables
Trills take you on a flavor journey that you can feel good about. Their little kitchen goes to great lengths to source delicious ingredients responsibly and locally. Checkout their Crazy Delicious chocolate chips or their ridiculously scrumptious Macaroons.
Health tonics made with a base of raw, certified organic apple cider vinegar and whole, raw, organic ginger, horseradish, onions, garlic, habañero peppers for heat, turmeric for a bit of zing, and lemons and oranges for a citrus-y tang. The result is a tonic that’s potent but balanced, with distinctive layers of sweet, tart, and spicy flavors.
Jam Sessions uses fruit sourced exclusively from New England farms, and churns out small batches of seasonal flavor combinations. Snatch up some Yellow Plum Jelly while it's available, as the tiny and tart Shiro plums it contains are only available for a few weeks each summer.
Find your freshly baked challah and specialty sweets each week at Brookline Grown - we pick them up every Thursday and Friday morning when they're still hot from the oven at Blacker's Bake Shop, a family business with a loyal following. The challah comes in traditional, whole wheat, and dinner-roll varieties, and it's certified Kosher/Pareve as well as being completely nut-free.
The skilled bakers at Clear Flour preserve the art of traditional bread making with authentic French and Italian loaves, baked fresh in their stone hearth every morning using only the highest quality organic ingredients. We sell a selection of their classics like French Baguette, Pain Meunier, and Rustic Italian. For the full experience, including specialty loaves and pastries, head over to their iconic storefront on Thorndike.
Ice cream made by a high school student who's taking Boston by storm with her pints of pure comfort. Grace Connor may only be 17, but she's a pro. Her "hot chocolate" features swirls of her own homemade marshmallow fluff, and she bakes all her own mix-ins. She also delivers! Read more.