this week at the market

Anthi’s Greek Specialties
Bambino Ravioli Pastificio
Bien Cuit
Bohemian Baked
Booskerdoo Coffee Co.
Clarkson Crumb Cake Co
Dobbs and Bishop Fine Cheese
Dr. Pickle
Empanadas on the Go
Gaia's Breath Farm
Heimat Liqueurs
Hey Mama Kitchen
Kontoulis Family Olive Oil
Ladle of Love
Letterbox Farm Collective
Mangalitsa by Mosefund
Meredith's Country Bakery
Morgiewicz Produce
North Winds Lavender Farm
Nutmeg Bakery Cafe
Orchards of Concklin
Pie Lady & Son
St. Ex's Specialty Foods
Stone & Thistle Farm
Sun Sprout Farm
Wave Hill Breads

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October 19th, 2019

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We are now firmly planted in the fall season with Halloween around the corner and Thanksgiving on the horizon. While it might seem a bit overzealous or premature, why not knock out one holiday to-do? Pie Lady & Son is accepting Thanksgiving pie orders at the Market Tent starting this Saturday. While you’re reserving your pumpkin pie, pick up a small apple crumble for your next Netflix & chill session. Nothing screams “cozy night in” than binge watching with a warm slice topped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. 

Clarkson Ave. Crumb Cake returns just in time for Sunday brunch plans. Empanadas on the Go is also back so stock your freezer with her frozen empanadas for weeknight dinners on the fly!

Neil Nathan plays in the Music Tent and Stretch Lab Scarsdale visits for another free pop-up event.
Their mini stretch sessions were wildly popular last week so get your name on the waiting list when you get to the market!  

See you at the Market! 

 Every year Morgiewicz Produce’s Brussels sprout stalks cause a stir at the Market. Yes, Brussels sprouts have been elevated to gourmet status but the stalks themselves are also visually stunning. There is always delighted surprise from shoppers when they see the bright green buds branching out from tree-like stumps.. The stalk is a conversation starter and we guarantee walking in town with one jutting out from your BFM bag will elicit friendly curiosity and banter from passers-by. There’s always a run on them, especially during the first, limited harvest. If you want a stalk make sure to hit the Market early. You can roast the sprouts directly on the stalk  — it makes for a beautiful centerpiece on a grazing board — or you can cut the buds off to use in one of these recipes. We’re particularly partial to the recipes that call for bacon, a classic pairing and there’s plenty of bacon to choose from at the market. 

Heimat returns to the Market after a busy summer of harvesting and processing for a new batch of traditional Germanfruit liqueurs made with local ingredients. Stock up now for the holidays — bottles make for great gifts or keep them for yourself to make unique cocktails at your holiday party. Ute, the founder, is back from upstate New York [link:], where she sourced her cranberries for the second batch of cranberry liqueur. In addition to the cranberry flavor, she’ll have her award-winning white peach liqueur, which she advises to mix with with a honey whiskey, apple cider, lemon juice and stick of cinnamon for an autumnal cocktail to unwind with on a Friday evening.

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