March 28th, 2020

As we mentioned in our earlier post, we’ve arranged for our scheduled winter markets (March 28, April 11, April 25, May 9 and May 23) to be held in the commuter lot at the Hastings train station where there is ample space to spread out our vendors and shoppers. Hastings’ market volunteers will graciously host…

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Market canceled for 3/14

We regret to inform you that the IFM has been canceled for tomorrow Saturday March 14th. We understand that access to fresh food is key right now but in the interest of safety for the community at large we will close tomorrow with the hope of re-opening very soon with extra protocols in place for…

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February 22, 2020

The Anything but Humble Carrot, Yotam Ottolenghi’s latest New York Times piece, is a moving, must-read tribute to the workhorse of root vegetables, the ubiquitous and under-appreciated carrot. Ottolenghi includes this recipe for seared carrots (he uses a grill pan) with yogurt and carrot-top oil, which showcases the carrot’s sharp and vibrant flavor and color….

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February 8th, 2020

Valentine’s Day is next week so kickoff your weekend with some holiday-inspired market goodies. Wave Hill Bread is bringing heart-shaped baguettes and croissants dyed with beet juice for festive brunching. While you’re there, pick up a loaf of challah bread and save it for a Friday night, Valentine’s Day dessert of chocolate bread pudding. If…

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January 25th, 2020

Thank you, shoppers, for accommodating our day switch last market. This Saturday, you can expect a packed house of vendors with a few special guests, too:Kimchi Kooks will be joining us, cooking up some sizzling, airy scallion/squash “pancakes” made with rice flour and to order. Top with their tangy hot sauce or soy sauce, and…

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January 12th, 2020

Due to a scheduling conflict we are holding the indoor Irvington Farmers Market on Sunday, Jan. 12th instead of Saturday, Jan. 11th. This will be the only time during the winter season when the Market will be on a Sunday — all remaining markets will be held on Saturday. We are grateful to Village and…

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December 28th, 2019

The last market of 2019 will help you ring in 2020 with provisions for festive dinners and brunches. Three meat purveyors, two farms, a fish and cheese monger, plus confectioners and more will provide everything you need to bid farewell to the 20-teens and usher in the roaring 2020’s!  Whether you’re cooking for two or twenty, add this sophisticated recipe for Chicken la…

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December 14th Market

Come find your favorite farmers and vendors at the indoor market this Saturday! We will be in the cozy Main St. School auditorium every second and fourth Saturday through May, including Dec. 28th. This Saturday, we are getting into the holiday spirit with some guest vendors to help you with your gift list and house decor. C-LOS…

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November 17th, 2019

Hopefully your Thanksgiving dessert menu isn’t set in stone because Dutch Desserts visits this Sunday with their renowned tarts. Handcrafted by Marjan Beebe using recipes her mother taught her as a child in the Netherlands, the topless tarts are denser than a typical pie. The classic apple tart is what made Marjan’s American, pie-loving husband…

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November 10th, 2019

Demetra Bourras of Kontoulis Olive Oil has decamped to her family’s Grecian olive grove for the annual harvest. “Woman”-ning her tent this Sunday  will be Nancy McNamara, otherwise known as the force behind Honey Locust Farmhouse. Market veterans will remember Nancy’s gorgeous greens and fruit, displayed alongside her handcrafted tea blends and berry elixirs. Nancy…

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