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 years we’ve seen an explosion of innovative cauliflower recipes that use the heads as a grain-free, vegan substitute for everything from rice to steak. Its heft is perfect for a plant-based alternative to animal protein. Try this recipe for buffalo cauliflower wings for your next tailgate and be amazed at how quickly you convert the carnivores! Cauliflower is also a popular rice substitute — pulse the flowers in the food processor and sauté in oil for a few minutes. Use it in a “friend rice” dish like this vegan one. To add some unexpected pops of color, pick up heads of purple, green, and yellow cauliflower at Dan Madura Farms’ tent — it’s a rainbow in your bowl!
If you like your cauliflower sweet rather than savory, make a stop at Sweethearth Bake Shop’s table for their cauliflower brownies adorned with edible flowers. This Sunday will be your last chance to get them, along with their famous scones and cheesecakes. Since winning numerous food awards, demand for their granola has outpaced production and they are scaling back their Market menu to focus on the granola. They’ll continue with parfaits through the Winter but Sunday will be a farewell of sorts for their baked goods.
Close out your Market rounds with an autumn-inspired crepe from Leila’s Crepe Station. Their fan-favorite pumpkin spiced crepe in back on the menu! It;s made with a pumpkin crepe batter. Sweet pumpkin cream, pecans, maple syrup, and whipped cream are added for an extra dose of fall flavors. It’s decadent and delicious!
In the Music Tent: Jon Cobert performs from 10:30-12:30