Making an Apple Pie?

According to Bon Appetit the six best apples for baking are Jona Gold, Braeburn, Mutsu, Winesap, and Pink Lady. Luckily for us Wrights Farm grows all of them! A family farm in operation for over 100 years, Wrights has always operated “sustainably.”  The currently grow using integrated pest management methods and are committed to cultivating their fruit in a way that is healthy for you and for the planet.

While they take their commitment to sustainability seriously, they have a lot of fun on their farm. They hand draw all of their pie boxes, host a cupcake festival, and even let dogs in on the fun. Their sense of humor extends to their website with the “emergency recipes” section- go-to easy recipes for those times when you have too many apples! The recipes are anything but frivolous though, they offer up grandma’s “old fashioned”  methods for applesauce and a french apple tart. Any of the recipes are sure to be crowd pleasers on Thanksgiving!

Tomorrow marks Kontoulis’ last market before the holidays. They are off to Greece for the olive harvest, so they won’t be at any of the winter markets in December. Make sure you are stocked up on enough oil for cooking and gifting.

See you at the market!

Vendors (subject to change)

Anthi’s Greek Food
Asian Farmer Dumpling
Berry Brook Farm
Bien Cuit
Big Bang Coffee Roasters
Climax Cooperative
Dan Madura
Deep Roots Farm NY
Dr. Pickle
Joe Tomato
Kontoulis Family Olive Oil
Nutmeg Cafe/ What’s For Dessert?
Pie Lady & Son
Pura Vida Fisheries
Southtown Farms
Stone & Thistle Farm
True Food
Valley Shepherd Creamery
Wave Hill Breads
Wrights Farm