Our farmstand in Lyndonville is open EVERYDAY 10am-5pm. Check out our December Market Schedule for all your holiday pasta needs!

FAQ's

Where can I find your pastas?

Farmers Markets

Saturdays May- October Montpelier VT Farmers Market 
 9 am - 1 pm on 133 State Street 
 
Sundays June- October Littleton NH Farmers Market
10 am -1 pm
Stowe VT Farmers Market: Every Other Sunday
May 23 - October 10 10:30AM-3:00PM
 

Did you know you can order for market pick-up? Check out our online store and select the pick-up location that works best for you! Pre-Orders close at 10pm the night before the market, but don't worry we always bring more treats to the market if you missed the window! We are highly encouraging customers to pre-order as it helps us ensure everyone's safety at the market. 

On Farm Pick-up!

March- Dec On Farm in Lyndonville

Shop our online market place and create your own basket for pick up at our farm. We offer a self serve  "pop-up farmstand" on the farm. Your order will be in the cooler with your name on it. Orders close at 10 pm on Friday for that week's pick ups on Sunday April-June 1 and then Saturdays June 1- October. Our farm is located at 1350 Sugar Maple Rd in Lyndonville

Shipping within Vermont

Coming Soon!

I made a Mistake with my order!

Don't worry, shoot us an email to jennifer@trenchersfarmhouse.com and we will get back to you ASAP.

Your pastas have a darker color... Are they whole wheat?

While our pastas may look like "whole wheat" pasta you see at the supermarket, the darker color in our pastas come from the lack of bleaches and preservatives in the flour. All of our flour is grown by small organic farmers in Texas and Vermont and milled fresh for us. They are ground finely to standard pasta 00 flour. They are not "whole wheat" in the sense that any wheat bran is left in the flour. Our pasta are done in the traditional Italian style which means their texture is light and delicate. 

How do I store the Pasta?

Our fresh pastas can be kept in the fridge for about 7 days before use. Or simply freeze them. We individually portion all noodles into nests to make it easy to grab 2 or all of them when desired. Our short shapes can be frozen as is too but if you would like to cook only half or so at a time you may want to separate them before freezing. All frozen pastas should be cooked directly from frozen, just add a minute or two to the suggested cook time. 

How should I cook the Pasta?

Check out our favorite tips and tricks for Cooking our Pasta Page here. We also have recipes here

Can I Bring my Own Container?

Unfortunately at this time, we are not able to offer BYO container due to COVID19. Our top priority is to offer our customers safe and delicious Italian treats. We pack all of our pastas, sauces and baked goods into 100% compostable or recyclable containers following the strictest and most up to date guidelines from the Vermont Department of Health. Check out our FAQ page to learn more about our response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

Do you do offer Private Catering, Virtual Cooking Classes, Custom or Special Orders?

Absolutely! We love making your next event, birthday or special occasion one to remember. Ask us about our large group pasta specials, custom cakes and desserts, farm antipasti platters and more! Shoot us an email to jennifer@trenchersfarmhouse.com 

Can I come visit the farm?

Not at this time due to COVID19.