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 eggs once they’ve been gussied up and admired?

Food and Wine Magazine offers these mouth-watering recipes featuring hard-boiled eggs from smokey deviled eggs (made with wasabi and Sriracha) to a hearty salad with charred leeks and potato so that you can paint eggs to your heart’s content without fretting about waste.

For those of you preparing a traditional leg of lamb, this classic Jamie Oliver recipe won’t disappoint…or, if you want to cook up some of those heirloom beans from Brooklyn Bean, consider this Anne Willan recipe for French lamb “gigot” with white beans.

Also: The Saratoga Cracker Co. is back tomorrow. If you missed them two weeks ago make sure to pay them a visit this week.

And, Stone Barns is bringing their top-notch compost to market this week. Perfect timing as most of you are reconnecting with your garden this month.

The Orchards of Concklin should have lots of annual and perennials to add more color to your holiday.

See you at the market!

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spring has most definitely sprung

dear shoppers, Come April I eat green. I like my pasta green, my soups green and my juices green. With all due respect to the ruby red, or sunset-orange beet, come spring, I like my salads primarily green too. After this execrable winter, I’m craving green more than ever: parsley pesto, chimichurri sauce, wilted spinach,Continue Reading

Painted Goat Chèvre is BACK…and the magic of Elderberry!

dear shoppers, If you’re like me, you’ve got one foot in winter and one foot in spring. Yesterday’s frigid temps had me roasting parsnips and potatoes for dinner. But my mouth is craving all the delicate greens that come with it. And, if you ARE like me, you get to feeling a little “punk” with theContinue Reading

EGGS & OSCAR

dear shoppers, Sabine burst through the front door after school yesterday hungrier than usual. What did she ask for? An egg. It’s her new favorite food. She is obsessed with variation of color of both shell and yolk. She likes that the eggs at Wright’s Orchard often have one small blue-ish egg in the corner slotContinue Reading

After all that shoveling…SUSTENANCE. The Farmer’s Market it OPEN

dear shoppers, While some of our upstate vendors are trapped by snow, most of them will be at the market tomorrow. Feeling housebound? Come to the market for some neighborly love and good grub. Lasagna Preziosa will have heart-shaped focaccia  in case the snow put a damper on your Valentine’s Day (and because no date onContinue Reading

Monthly Winter Market
2013-2014

First and Third Saturdays  •  9am to 1pm

Saturdays, December 7 & 21, 2013
Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings

Saturdays, January 4 & 18, February 1 & 15,
March 1 &15
Indoor at the James Harmon Community Center
44 Main Street, Hastings

Saturdays, April 5 & 19, May  3 &17
Outside at the Library Lot, 7 Maple Ave., Hastings

Weekly Summer Market resumes June 7, 2014
Summer Hours: 8:30am to 1:30pm

EBT Cards Welcome

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We’re looking for new volunteers! Contact us for more information

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