There is a network of local farms on the internet called locally grown. They compile various products from local farms such as produce, animal products, and live plants. They also carry non-edibles such as homespun yarn, soaps, and pest control items. Basically whatever local farms would sell at farmer’s markets, they can sell on locally grown.
You pay an annual fee of $25 per household and then you buy whatever you want. Generally you join the market by giving them your email and they tell you when the market is open. You have about 2 days to shop on the online listings and place your order. Then after your order is placed, the farms will harvest what you ordered and bring it to the pick-up location. The pick-up is designated for the whole locally grown group so even if you order from multiple farms, you can pick it all up in one place. There will be a few hours on a specific day that you will have to show up to pick up your order. Then you eat and enjoy!
We have done this before going to the one in Athens Ga, which I just learned was the first one! This time, though, we went to a different one since we moved and this different one had organic peaches!
We also bought some gallberry honey. They had a lot of interesting things on there such as water buffalo meat, about 20 different varieties of honey, and raw milk (for pet consumption of course…).
You should at least check out and see if there is one in your area and see what they have, maybe you’ll get inspired to buy some yummy-ness.