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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November 3rd, 2019

The mercury takes a dip this weekend, sending us all back to our ovens to start roasting again. A visit to the Berry Brook Farm tent will yield plenty of root vegetables and varieties of squash to toss into a roasting pan, guaranteed to fill your home with tantalizing aromas. Roasting root vegetables in large  quantities…

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October 27th, 2019

We are sorry to say that due to tomorrow’s forecast of a hard, driving rain throughout the day with a chance of flooding, we have decided to CANCEL tomorrow’s market (Sunday October 27th). These decisions are never easy. Thank you for supporting the Irvington Farmer’s Market. See you all next week! In the past few…

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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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