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Lamb Ham Slices, Dry Cured ~ 4oz
Our Price: $19.95

LOCAL, PASTURE RAISED, NATURAL
These paper-thin, boneless lamb slices are the easiest way to enjoy our Dry Cured Lamb. They're distinctively delicious and ready for your charcuterie boards at bourbon tastings or your tasteful dinner parties. Dry cured lamb slices were simply made to accompany bourbon. A good lamb product starts at the source; the farmer. We receive the pasture-raised lamb from Craig Rogers of Border Springs Farm, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The processed lambs arrive anti-biotic free and have zero added hormones. Using such pristine Virginia meat, we then dry cure and hickory smoke the lamb. This gives the dry cured lamb that signature Southern flavor known in most of our products. Finally, we age the lamb for up to five months to give it that great umami flavor. With the Dry Cured Lamb slices, we've pre-sliced the charcuterie paper thin. Ready to enjoy the moment it arrives, it's perfect for any tasting session with friends and family.
Edwards Hams, Surry County, VA
La Farm White Chocolate Mini-Baguette, 1 per order
Our Price: $5.45

LOCAL
Uniquely La Farm! Belgian White Chocolate chunks swirled in a French mini Baguette. Developed by Kevin Neveau, French intern for La Compagnons Guild. You cannot truly experience La Farm Bakery without trying at least one!

La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
Leaf Lard (unrendered) ~ 1lb
Our Price: $5.00

LOCAL, PASTURE-RAISED
Leaf lard is the highest grade of lard. It comes from the visceral - or "soft" - fat from around the kidneys and loin of the pig. It lacks any real pork or meaty flavor, making it an excellent neutral-flavored cooking fat with a high smoking point.

Leaf lard is particularly prized by bakers for use in producing moist, flaky pie crusts.

This lard is "natural" or unrenedered.  For rendered lard see our other lard listing.

Coon Rock Farm, Hillsborough NC
La Farm Signature Bread ~ 1/4 loaf
Our Price: $6.45

LOCAL
La Farm's signature loaf. Made from locally milled organic flours, this light sour dough is crafted according to a traditional old world three-day sour dough recipe. The exact flavors and aromas of this artisan bread are the product of Lionel's apprenticeship in his native country of France.
La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
La Farm Hearth Baked Granola ~ 1lb
Our Price: $11.95

LOCAL
This La Farm classic is made of toasted oats, sesame seeds, and almonds. Tossed in a light clover honey spread and then is roasted in our imported European hearth oven. A great snack,or perfect addition to any meal. Goes great with yogurt in the morning for breakfast!!!

La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
La Farm MultiGrain Bread ~ 1lb loaf
Our Price: $5.95

LOCAL
A healthy, high-fiber, bread that you will actually enjoy eating! This bread is packed with 9 all organic grains-including flaxseed. This natural Sourdough bread pairs perfectly with La Farmís Garlic Herb Spread.

La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
La Farm Croissant, 1 per serving
Our Price: $4.45

LOCAL
The aroma of a warm croissant is unmistakable. The rich buttery flavor concealed in a delicate flaky crust, close your eyes and you just might find yourself transported to a small boulangerie in Paris. Vive La Difference!

La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
La Farm Asiago Parmesan Bread
Our Price: $9.95

LOCAL
Unquestionably one of our most popular breads. Large chunks of imported Parmesan and Asiago Cheese are marbled throughout the interior and exterior of this natural Sourdough. Magnificent!!!
La Farm Bakery, Cary, NC
Lamb Neck Slices - 2 slices ~ 1lb
Our Price: $14.95

LOCAL, 100% GRASS-FED PASTURE-RAISED
This is the "oxtail" of lamb.  They are great for braising.  These lambs are heritage breed lambs raised exclusively for meat so they have none of the "gamey" taste of imported lamb that are primarily raised for wool.
Coon Rock Farm, Hillsborough NC
Lamb SpareRibs - 2 lbs
Our Price: $18.95

LOCAL, 100% GRASS-FED PASTURE-RAISED
Like spare ribs only with lamb instead of pork. These lambs are heritage breed lambs raised exclusively for meat so they have none of the "gamey" taste of imported lamb that are primarily raised for wool.
Coon Rock Farm, Hillsborough NC
   
 
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