The Cookery's Dough Nation Pizza truck will be at the market tomorrow and we can't wait to see what they'll cook up with their market finds. David DiBari, the chef and owner of The Cookery, has been making pizza since we was a kid, after his uncle built him a pizza oven in the backyard of his childhood home in Northern Westchester. The cornerstone of the pizza is "a type of dough that’s less handled, very soft, has a nice cornichon that has a little bit of crisp with those beautiful black blisters all over it that come from the flame licking the dough. It should be just chewy enough and slightly crisp on the bottom.” In their review, the The New York Times says "the crusts consistently meet the high standards he has set for himself — they’re delicious" and calls the pizza "outstanding." Grab one of their pies at the market and we're sure you will come to the same conclusion.
After you grab a pie, make sure to stop by Letterbox and congratulate Nickhi on her wedding last weekend to fellow farmer Laszlo Lazar. Their sheepdog is clearly overjoyed they've made their union official! Congrats newlyweds!
See you at the market..