Sources of Mesquite Flour & Mesquite Cooking
While we do sell mesquite flour made from pods harvested by hand direct from native velvet mesquite trees (Prosopis velutina) (pods are not picked up from the ground) in Tucson, Arizona, we currently do so only at our annual Desert Harvesters Mesquite Fiesta held annually in late June. It usually sells out within fast, so get there early!
Aravaipa Canyon, Arizona
Skeleton Creek is a wonderful small, locally owned and operated outfit that sells an impressive variety of mesquite flours, both at Tucson-area farmers’ markets and online. Check their website for contact information &/or descriptions of in-stock flours and online ordering information.
San Xavier Cooperative Farm
8100 S Oidak Wog, Tucson, Arizona 85746
Phone: (520) 295-3774
They sell mesquite flour made from pods handpicked from velvet mesquite trees (Prosopis velutina) in southern Arizona.
3061 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: (520) 622-5561
- Seri fire-roasted mesquite flour made from pods handpicked from honey mesquite trees (Prosopis glandulosa), and roasted in Sonora, Mexico
- Casa de Fruta mesquite flour from Peru
- Arizona Milling Company’s pod-only mesquite flour (Bouse, AZ)
Mesquite Tortillas, Cookies, and Pancake Mix (from Peruvian mesquite meal)
Tortilleria Arevalo, Tucson AZ
220 Grove Ave
Desert Rain Café
Tohono Plaza, Main Street
EXO Roast Co.
403 N 6th Ave
3770 East Sunrise Dr
The Turquoise Room
La Posada Hotel
305 East Second Street
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Fourth Street & Independence Ave., SW
Do you know of other mesquite-serving restaurants we should list?
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the restaurant name, location, contact details, and web address, as well as the dishes that utilize mesquite, and from where the mesquite was sourced.