An Ode to the tomato

Dear Shoppers,

An ode to the tomato, courtesy of Food52 in celebration of Tomato Week. Check out their site for recipes, buying guides, tip sheets, and luscious pictures.

“The street
filled with tomatoes
light is
its juice
through the streets.” – Pablo Neruda

Tomato harvest time is upon us. The market is overflowing with these ripe fruit (or veggie. You decide. For more on the debate check out this National Geographic overview)

Never sink Farm, Sun Sprout Farm, and  Taliaferro Farmstead have the fresh, juicy ones. Come to the market early to see the rainbow of colors- everyone grows different varieties and sizes! Wrights Farm has canned their heirlooms and made sauce and salsa easy meal-making.

Come for the tomatoes, stay for the pretzels from Bronx Baking Co, rotegruetze from Kaffee & Klatsch NY, and so much more!

See you at the market!

Tomatoes galore! And a new cheese maker!

19 august 2016  Dear Shoppers, We’re excited to introduce you to our newest cheese vendor-Casa Del Caciocavallo Farms. Caciocavallo is similar to a mild provolone or aged mozzarella and has been made in Southern Italy since at least the 14th century. Casa hand-rolls it using the freshest milk (from their own adorable cows) and a technique passedContinue Reading

This week at the market

The first Saturday of August means Samosa Shack is coming and they’re bringing masala corn samosas! Locally grown corn is locally roasted and locally served warm! August brings corn AND melons! The Orchards of Concklin has lots of fresh ears of sweet corn and Taliaferro Farmstand is bringing the melons. Try cutting up the melonContinue Reading

Cooling Cukes, spatchcock chicken and a ready-made marinade

Cucumbers: they are packed with fiber and vitamins, are good for your hair, your nails, your skin, your digestion and your blood pressure. They help flush toxins, fight stress and cancer. They are low-calorie and completely affordable. But, most importantly – they contain 95 percent WATER – so are extremely cooling on a sweltering JulyContinue Reading

Lots to look forward to at the market this Saturday!

For starters a gorgeous day – with Milton at the music helm. Always a lovely way to kick-start the weekend. Also Broken Bow Brewery is here for their second visit. They can’t get here often as we’d like them to so make sure you bring your growler and stock up. They were a big hitContinue Reading


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by Blue Rock School
1st and 3rd Saturdays, 9am to 12pm


Please park at the train station. Free parking on Saturdays and "granny carts" are available, courtesy of the farmer's market. No early birds!




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