You’re wondering – how am I going to get my Field Stone Farm pizza on a regular basis- guaranteed? Wonder no more! In the never ending quest to come up with a model that works for everyone (us included), we’re offering an opportunity to order what you want and how much you want!
Why do folks love our pizza? We use 100% local (within 100 miles) organic flours (automatically non-GMO), fine local cheeses, and organic produce from our farm and other local farms – this is pizza you can feel good about eating!
Our wood-fired pizza is designed for you to reheat at your convenience, and without the bar bill that normally goes with gourmet artisanal pizza! It freezes and re-heats beautifully – hot oven, grill or even with a skillet! Pizzas are conveniently packaged in freezer bags so you can save them for whatever night works for you – this is pizza that’s ready when you are! You can wash the bags and reuse them too!
Fresh pizza’s will be labeled with your name and can be picked up anytime after 3 pm on Friday until Monday at 7 pm at Sunflower and between 9 am and 1 pm on Saturday in Montpelier.
Pizza choices (see below) are posted on Sunday by 3 pm. All of our pizza’s have regular or fresh mozzarella cheese (plus whatever else we’ve noted) except our vegan pizza, which has some kind of dairy free concoction of our choosing – either homemade or purchased, depending on what we think gives the best flavor.
We offer two different organic pizza crusts – classic ($15/pie) and multigrain ($16/pie). Our classic is soft, chewy and yeasty. Our multigrain is drier with more complex flavor. Sunflower pizzas come on multigrain crust as a default. Montpelier pizzas come on our classic crust as a default. Please make note in the comments section if you would like to order a different crust. And always feel free to order a plain Tomato Cheese pizza even though it’s not listed!
If you want to order more than one of any variety please also make note in the comments section. When done be sure to hit the submit button!
For delivery on Friday May 25 (Sunflower) or Saturday May 26 (Montpelier) –