Looks like we’ll be dodging raindrops once again at the market tomorrow. Please come out and get all your fixins’ for a Father’s Day feast. Sure, you can get Dad a tie, golf clubs, or camping gear, but you know what he really wants is to spend some time around the Weber with his family.
Lots to grill at the market tomorrow: Roaming Angus should have plenty of steaks in his coolers. His chicken this year is fantastic: very tender and full of flavor. Mtn. Smokehouse is bringing their popular lamb and rosemary sausage and bbq-friendly brats. Gaia’s Breath is back with their gorgeous cuts of Black Heritage Pork. And, of course, what Dad wouldn’t love a thick tuna or swordfish steak on the grill?
Have you tried the Horman’s pickles yet? My family went NUTS over the butter pickles. SO tasty…right out of the tub. With all the graduation parties coming up…make sure you pick up some goat cheese for noshing and some smoked trout from Lenny Bee for dips, salads or to nibble with crackers.
Tomorrow is a special day at the market as we are proud to have on display for a few hours only, the Hillside Fourth Grade’s handmade large-scale timeline of lower Manhattan spanning the last 400 years. The second grade will also be showing off their large-scale model of rural, suburban and urban communities. Make sure you factor in some time to take both projects in when you come to the market to do your shopping.
Greetings from Anywhere will be performing in the music tent. We always have a raucous good time when they are here.
See you at the market!
Grill up some pork chops for Dad on Sunday with this week’s recipe from Fine Cooking.