Cool jazz, dog fish & Dan Barber

dear shoppers, I had the pleasure of listening to Ira Glass interview Dan Barber this week at the 92nd St. Y about Barber’s new book “The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food.” Much of the conversation centered around the need for creating a new way of eating that would improve the qualityContinue Reading

From Strawberry to Parsnip Season – We’re Back!

dear shoppers, The Hastings Farmer’s Market is BACK on a weekly schedule starting tomorrow. For the next 26 weeks, we hope you will carve out some time each Saturday to come support your local farmers, get some kitchen inspiration and, of course, visit with friends. A few changes in our lineup: The folks at Grammy’sContinue Reading

Sunny skies for tomorrow’s market…

dear shoppers, In three weeks, our lovely “plein-air” market will be back on a weekly schedule…and, we hope, a delicious part of your weekend routine. Until then, please come to our last, slightly smaller “winter” market tomorrow in the Library Lot. Tiny Hearts Farm, our new summer flower vendor from Copake (yes, the Kurtzes at Grammy’sContinue Reading

Come get your ramps at the Hastings Farmer’s Market this Saturday…

Their season is fleeting so get them while you can. Gaia’s Breath Farm and Neversink should have plenty to go around. These woodsy & delicate wild leeks ramp up the flavor in just about everything. Lay the garlicky ramps atop a pizza, use them as a jumping off point for a light spring risotto (withContinue Reading

Shop for your Easter brunch (or lunch or dinner) at the Market this week…

And while you’re at it…make sure you pick up some extra free-range eggs for painting and decorating. Early in the Christian calendar, eggs were forbidden for Lent which is why they were so honored and plentiful (and, in time, lavishly decorated) forty days later, at Easter. But what to do with all those hard-boiled eggsContinue Reading

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