Unless otherwise noted, the following vendors come weekly to the market:
Bombay Emerald Chutney Co. – Yorktown Heights, New York
This couple from New Delhi prepares authentic chutneys which are great for cooking and as spreads: from spicy mint to exotic plum, “you’ll be hooked at first bite.”
Bistro du Soleil, CT Made to order tacos and empanadas with enticing hand-scratch fresh salsas by Maria del Castillo
Bread Alone – Boiceville, New York
A European-style bakery nestled in the Catskill Mountains offering traditional hearth-baked breads. Organic grains are ground on millstones. Breads are slowly fermented and shaped by hand to fully develop their unique flavors; then baked on the hearth of wood-fired brick ovens.
Buddhapesto – Woodstock, New York
Electric green, intensely-flavored basil pesto sauce!
A religious experience!
Clean Ridge Soap Co. – Pound Ridge, New York
( September 17, October 15 and November 19).
Sumptuous soaps, lotions and diffusers made with local herbs and flowers
Chatham Brewery, Old Chatham, NY: Small batch ales sold in growlers; hard pumpkin, pear and apple ciders and old fashioned root beer, also sold in growlers.
Cowberry Crossing – Claverack, New York
Bio-dynamic farm meats (lamb, beef, poultry,pork) /produce & eggs
Tender lettuces and micro greens
Dutch Desserts – Kinderhook, New York
European-style tarts, chocolate and seasonal fruit (made with local fruit)
Grammy’s Gardens – Warwick, New York
(Until flowers are gone in the fall) Fresh-cut local wildflowers; flowering plants, potted herbs
Guyank Brank Hot and Sweet Pepper Sauces – Queens, New York
(Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 12) Mango chutney, hot sauces and marinades
Hastings Station Cafe – Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
Hot and Iced coffee, Iced teas, fresh lemonade, baguette sandwiches, croissants from Balthazar Bakery in NYC
Honey Locust Farm House – Newburgh, New York
(Occaisional) A unique small-scale farm that specializes in Chef-Centered Gourmet Agriculture. Organic teas, elderberry elixirs, gourmet culinary herbs, mesclun, fresh raspberries and raspberry jam, honey.
Horman’s Best Pickles
From New Dill to Bread and Butter, Horman’s pickles are considered the best in the New York area. The family has been pickling for over 100 years and they like to call themselves “control freaks” obsessing about every detail in the pickling process, from choosing the right seed for farmed cucumbers to keeping temperatures nice and cool throughout the ENTIRE pickling process. TASTE the difference and check out their pickle philosophy at hormansbestpickles.com
Hudson Valley Duck Farm – Ferndale, New York
Whole moulard ducks, duck breasts, duck leg confit, duck charcuterie (rillettes, salami) and smoked duck. www.hudsonvalleyduckfarm.com
Hummingbird Ranch – Staatsburg, New York
(Sept. 10, Oct. 1, Nov. 5) Honey, beeswax and maple products www.hummingbirdranch.biz
Kontoulis Family Olive Oil – Larchmont, New York
(September in Greece)
Premium Greek extra-virgin olive oil, bottled in Westchester County from olives harvested in Greece. Whole Kalamata olives & tapenade.
Lasagna Preziosa – Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
Better than your mama’s lasagna (pesto & bolognese), eggplant parmigiana, garlic foccacia, roasted peppers, foccacia sandwiches
Let it Bee Honey – Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
(occasional vendor, no dates set yet)
Small batch honey made from local hives by novelist and Hastings resident, Christine Lehner
Lenny Bee Smoked Trout, Woodstock, NY
Delectable smoked trout great for dips, salads and on crackers.
Madura Farms – Goshen, New York
Sprouts of all kinds and a wide range of culinary mushrooms
Meredith’s Bakery – Kingston, New York
Baked goods (cookies, quick breads, pies, biscotti, quiches)
Morgiewicz Produce Inc – Goshen, New York
This family has been farming in Black Dirt country for four generations.
Forty four different kinds of vegetables, lettuces and herbs. Not organic, but pesticide and fungicide sensitive.
Mountain Products Smokehouse – Lagrangeville, New York
Smoked meat, fish and cheese. Fresh lamb and pork sausage.
Pie Lady and Son – Nyack, New York
Homespun, vintage-style pies made with local fruit. Half pies, too!
Penny Lick Ice Cream
Hastings resident Ellen Sledge makes and sells custard-style ice cream from an old push cart. Flavors like Earl Grey and macchiato and white chocolate praline come in pushpops, pints and half-pints.
Orchards of Concklin – Pomona, New York
Fresh fruit, berries, cider, corn, tomatoes, annuals and perennials, eggs and baked goods
(whole pies, cookies)
Picklelicious – Teaneck, New Jersey
Pickles, olives and pickled products
Pikas Farm Table – Big Indian, New York
Rustic quiches, chicken and lobster pot pies, soups.
Nut-free pesto. Everything is handmade with free range eggs and, whenever possible, local products. No antibiotics or trans-fats.
Pura Vida Fisheries– Hampton Bays, New York
Fresh fish from the Hampton Bays. Also giant scallops, oysters and clams.
Free-range, grass-fed beef and pork. Mushrooms, eggs and chicken. www.kingsroamingangus.com.
Savor Cookies Watertown, CT. : a dizzying array of unusually flavored sweet and savory cookies such as roasted red pepper, cardamom and dark chocolate and birch and maple. All beautifully packaged for gift-giving. www.savorcookies.com
Taliaferro Farms – New Paltz, New York
Certified organic produce including , kale, bok choy, lettuces, heirloom tomatoes, melons, fingerlings. www.taliaferrofarms.com
Tierra Farm – Valatie, New York
Organic nuts, raw and seasoned (i.e. ginger cashews and tamari almonds). No peanuts in the facility! Organic coffee roasted in Valatie, NY.
True Food – Nyack, New York
Organic prepared salads, breakfast muffins (some vegan), burritos – all made primarily with local ingredients.