October 20th, 2019

C-Los Carpentry returns to Irvington with hand-crafted wooden pieces for the kitchen and home. Wood-turner Carlos carves gorgeous bowls, vases, cutting boards from pieces of local, reclaimed wood. He lovingly and expertly teases out the wood’s distinctive features to create one-of-a-kind, show-stopping pieces for your kitchen counter or tabletop. One of his bowls filled with…

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October 13th, 2019

The rainy, chilly weather this week had our tea kettles working overtime. If the same is true for you, a visit to Teagevity’s “teaosk” is in order to restock your depleted inventory. Preston handcrafts unique tea blends that are often designed with wellness in mind. We’re big fans of his turmeric chai — not only…

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October 6th, 2019

Majestic Farm is taking another break this Sunday but don’t worry — we have another sustainable meat rancher filling-in. R&M Farms is returning for a guest appearance with fully stocked coolers of pork and chicken. In addition to their popular chicken bacon, they’re featuring the following speciality sausages: apple maple patties, kielbasa, broccoli, cheddar, &…

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September 29th, 2019

While figs are plentiful at California farmers markets, they tend to be more elusive in the Hudson Valley. If you want locally grown figs, you usually have to grow them yourself or have a generous neighbor who grows them in their backyard garden. When we saw this luscious fruit on the Wrights Farm table, we…

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September 22nd, 2019

Majestic Farm is off to a wedding this Sunday, so R&M Farms is filling in. Based out of vantage, NJ they have all the cuts of pork and chicken that you would expect at Market, in addition to eggs. They’re also bringing their famous chicken bacon, which is usually sold out by the end of the Market. Stop by to say…

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Market News-September 15th

Ground cherries are here! Stoneberry Farm has a limited run of them. They are also referred to as husk cherries. These sweet, small pale orange fruits are wrapped in a paper-like husk, hence their name. In the nightshade family, hey are distantly related to tomatoes and more closely to tomatillos, with a unique flavor mildly reminiscent of…

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Market News, September 8th

Welcome back Calcutta Kitchens! Aditi has been busy in her new role as teacher-chef at the CREATE Culinary Training Program at the Center for Food Equity in Bridgeport, and hasn’t had time all summer to join us at the Market-we sure could have used her Kolkata Kooler!  In her new role, Aditi not only teaches…

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August 31st, 2019

We’re thrilled to welcome back Big Bang Coffee Roasters on a permanent basis. Jeff will be at every Sunday Market from now through November with espresso drinks, iced coffee, and bags of beans. You’ll need them to power you through the first few weeks of the fall while everyone settles back into their school, work,…

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August 25th, 2019

See that paper bag in the Woodstock ‘69 image above? It came from Wrights’ Farm and was full of produce for the Hog Farm commune. The produce was picked up in a helicopter because the roads were so jammed with folks flocking to Yasgur’s Farm. Ted Wright, the 2nd generation of the farm, flew his…

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all about okra

Stoneberry Farm is bringing okra to Market! This versatile vegetable originated in southern Ethiopia and spread to Western and Central Africa more than 4,000 years ago, where it remains a staple in many diets.. It was brought to what is now known as the United States with enslaved Africans in the 16th century and is…

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