Hours of Distribution

Monday, 1:00 – 6:00 PM
Tuesday & Thursday, 11:30 AM – 7:00 PM

This Week’s Distribution

Cucumber or Pickle
Coming Soon: Melons & Carrots!


Lots of Herbs

Recipe Links

With Shrimp, Scallops and Oysters:

Southwestern Shrimp Tacos (Peppers, Corn, Lettuce, Green Onion)

Seared Scallops with Summer Vegetables (Squash, Peppers, Tomatoes, Herbs)

With White fish:

Baked Cod with Summer Vegetables (Pepper, Squash, Tomatoes, Herbs)

Fish Tacos with Corn Guac (Corn, Lettuce, Herbs, Tomatoes)

With Salmon:

Salmon with Summer Vegetables (Squash, Herbs, Tomatoes, Scallions)

Upcoming Events

Flower Arranging Class

From the Farmer

Welcome to another wonderful, and busy week at the farm! We wanted to let everyone know that the Flower Arranging class was a sold-out success – so we’ve decided to hold another one.  Wednesday, August 9, at 7:00 PM is our next one.  Please call to reserve your spot as space is limited.

#frommyofficewindow Take a peak….

Posted by Tangerini's Spring Street Farm on Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Donating Food

Ever wonder what we do when we have a few too many cucumbers?

We partner with these guys! Did you know that Worcester County Food Bank (WCFB) is the region’s leading anti-hunger organization distributing over 6 million pounds of donated food and grocery product in partnership with food donors, financial supporters, and volunteers? WCFB provides this product to a network of 128 Partner Agencies that have programs for feeding people including food pantries, community meal sites, and shelters.

#worcesterfoodbank #millis#massachusetts

Some good options for dinner

Jordan Brothers Seafood is a family-owned seafood company that has been operating for over twenty-five years.  Did you know that they are here at the farm Tuesday thru Thurs from 2 – 6PM until the end of October? People can pre-order so they are assured they get the kind of fish they want.  Check out some of our recipes above, designed to combine some fresh seafood and your produce from this week’s share.


Your farmer,