march 19, 2016 Wil-Hi Farm is driving down from Tivoli with all things “lamb” from meat to wool. Choose from breakfast sausage, chorizo, Kielbasa,  stew meat, shanks and, of course, rack of lamb and leg of lamb for your Easter or Passover table. I’m always on the lookout for good recipes for ground lamb other than burgersContinue Reading

Coquilles St. Jacques & Pistachio Toffee

march 4, 2016 When we moved house last summer we purged, and purged — particularly in the kitchen where duplicates abounded, a byproduct of our newly blended family. One of the items under serious scrutiny was the set of 12 large, pearly white and flawless scallop shells that my parents used for cooking and servingContinue Reading

Tired of Turnips? Try Daikon!

D & J Produce’s stall at the market is stacked with gorgeous white Daikon but more shoppers pick it up and look at it quizzically than actually buy it, unsure what to do with this long white tuber. Daikon is Japanese for “great root.” This great root is a staple in Asian kitchens, precisely because of its versatility: both rawContinue Reading

Feeding Football Fans

february 6, 2016 …should be pretty easy come Sunday provided you stop by the farmer’s market tomorrow. The way I see it there are two ways you can go: prepare a spread for your guests made entirely of market nibbles: a “local” cheese tray featuring nutty Gouda, an artisan blue and a wedge of MancheliContinue Reading


Saturday, January 23, 2016 It may be snowing outside, but we are in the Community Center today until 1pm. As we said in our weekly blast: ‘Snow? Blizzard warnings? That just makes us want to cook MORE. The Hastings Market is ON for Saturday and we hope you will come out and support the vendorsContinue Reading

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Saturdays from 9am - 1pm
December 5 & 19

Outside, Hastings Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave.
(12/19: 9-12pm)
Jan 9 & 23, Feb 6 & 20, March 5 & 19
Indoors, James Harmon Community Center, 44 Main St.
April 2 & 16, May 14 & 28

Outside, Hastings Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave.
Summer Market resumes June 4

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

There is no music this week

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