Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving pie ordering has now closed.  Due to the incredible demand, we have sold out of pies and have had to close ordering early. If you ordered a pie, please see below for reminders about pickup times and locations.

We apologize to those of you who did not get to pre-order a pie. But you can likely still find a pie at one of the following farm stands that will be offering retail pies on a first come basis:

  • 12 Moon Farm @ The Plate (27 Central Ave, Milton) on Saturday and Tuesday from 11am-3pm
  • Brookwood Community Farm on Sunday (you must sign up here to reserve a shopping time)
  • Langwater Farm on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 10am-close.

Be in touch with any questions and thank you for making Bushel + Crumb a part of your holiday festivities!

Pre-ordered Pie pickup Times & Locations

Sunday, November 22nd

  • Brookwood Community Farm (Milton) – You must reserve a pickup window with the farm. Reserve your time here.

Tuesday, November 24th

  • Brookwood Community Farm (Milton) – You must reserve a pickup window with the farm. Reserve your time here.
  • Roslindale 5pm-9pm
  • Langwater Farm (Easton) 2pm-6pm
  • The Plate (27 Central Ave, Milton) 11am-3pm

FAQs

  • Should I refrigerate my pies?
    Yes – if you aren’t going to eat your pie within 24 hrs of buying it, wrap in plastic to maintain freshness and keep your pie in the fridge for up to 6 days. To warm your pie before serving, remove the plastic, place on a tray and heat in a 250 degree oven for 15 minutes
  • I forgot to order pie – where can I get one?
    Pies will be available at the retail farm stands at Brookwood on Sunday, and Langwater on Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Additionally, pies will be available for order at Powisset Farm in Dover. Check back soon for order details.
  • Can I change my order?
    Sorry, all orders are final. Your pie was baked fresh for you so we can’t accommodate changes.
  • Should I warm up my pie?
    We always think a warm pie is especially delicious, but it is not necessary. If you do want to warm your pie, cover it with foil and place in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes until warmed through.