Unless otherwise noted, the following vendors come weekly to the market:
Alex’s French Crepes – Dobbs Ferry, New York (bi-weekly)
Brittany-style crepes filled with local sweet and savory ingredients. Prepared fresh at 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.” ONCE A MONTH
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.
Brooklyn Bean, Brooklyn NY
Burritos made to order (breakfast and lunch) with local heirloom beans, local eggs and other Hudson Valley ingredients. Also: frozen black and white bean burgers and dried heirloom beans in season.
Champagne Kombucha Tea
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
Dough Nation Pizza Truck/ The Parlor Pizzeria Dobbs Ferry NY
Dutch Desserts – Kinderhook, New York
European-style tarts, chocolate and seasonal fruit (made with local fruit)
Edenesque Almond Milk
Guyank Brank Hot and Sweet Pepper Sauces – Queens, New York
Mango chutney, hot sauces and marinades
www.guyankbrand.com Back in the FALL!
Happy Belly Baby, Mamaroneck NY
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.
Doc Pickle, NJ: (weekly)
Doc Pickle has the cure for whatever ails you: half-sour, full-sour, 3/4-sour pickles, plus pickled tomatoes, sauerkraut and pitted olives, all available in various size containers. Now a third-generation company, Doc Pickle has always created their products as naturally as possible, sourcing cucumbers and other ingredients from local farms in New York and New Jersey whenever possible. The original “Doc” Pickle peddled pickles from a barrel in the streets of NYC.
Hudson River Apiairies, Cortland Manor, NY:
(first and third Saturday) From the hive to the jar, Hudson River Apiaries sells r
aw honey and beehive products harvested in the Hudson Valley from hives within miles of the market.
Hudson Valley Duck Farm – Ferndale, New York
Whole moulard ducks, duck breasts, duck leg confit, duck charcuterie (rillettes, salami) and smoked duck. Also: duck fat for cooking up mushrooms, potatoes, etc.
Demetra Bouras had a respectable office job but dreamed of making proper olive oil from the olives in her family grove of Koroneiki trees in her native Messinia, Greece. A few years ago, she pursued that dream and never looked back. Every year she harvests and crushes her olives in Greece and then ships the oil to New York where she bottles it in Larchmont. She also uses the olives to make tapenade and soap. This is a precious rich and fruity oil, to be used for salad dressing or drizzling – not for cooking.
La Petite Occasion, Mahopac, NY
Beware: Michele Kim’s artisanal confections – salted caramels, grand marnier caramels (among other enticing flavors) and small-batch handcrafted toffees are highly addictive. She is only at market in the cooler months, so get these while you can.
Letterbox Farm Collective, Hudson NY
Heirloom vegetables, pasture-raised pork, duck and chicken raised without hormones, antibiotics or gmos, natural sodas made with local ingredients.
Lasagna Preziosa – Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
Better than your mama’s lasagna (pesto & bolognese), eggplant parmigiana, garlic foccacia, roasted peppers, foccacia sandwiches
Lenny Bee Smoked Trout, Woodstock, NY
Delectable smoked trout great for dips, salads and on crackers.
MX MORNINGSTAR FARM:
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.
NY CHUP: Give your burgers an upgrade: Chef Andy prepares ketchup in small batches and uses molasses to sweeten his thick classic condiment which comes in several flavors: bourbon, bacon, habanero and cilantro lime.
Painted Goat Farm, Garratsville, NY
Ilyssa Berg makes irresistible fresh and cave-aged goat cheese which she flavors with everything from herbes de Provence to chocolate. Their feta is outrageous and flies off the market table every week.
THE PEANUT PRINCIPLE, Albany NY:
first and third Saturday of the month
Gourmet, hand-crafted nut butters: Peanut butter, almond butter, pistachio butter, hazelnut butter – some smooth, some crunchy, some raw, some flavored.
Pie Lady and Son – Nyack, New York
Homespun, vintage-style pies made with local fruit and an all-butter crust. 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. Ridiculously good and no additives!
The Concklins have farmed land in Pomona (which means goddess of fruit, so named because of the orchard) since 1711. On their 400-acre spread, they grow several varieties of apples, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches,apricots, plums, cherries, Concord grapes and pears. Naturally they make fruit pies, too.
PURE FOOD SISTERS, Pound Ridge NY (occasional)
The queens of pesto! Sisters Mary and Eileen buy organic greens from the market and make the most delicious pestos using oil form a friend’s olive farm in Italy. They also make horseradish, salmon spread and perfectly-sized salads with or without chicken.
Pura Vida Fisheries– Hampton Bays, New York
Fresh fish from the Hampton Bays. Also giant scallops, oysters and clams.
SARATOGA CRACKER CO. Saratoga, NY
SOHHA YOGURT, Brooklyn NY: New York Magazine voted this yogurt the BEST in New York and for good reason. Positively transformational. Once you’ve tried this yogurt – made with Hudson Valley milk, sea salt and whey – you can never go back to store-bought. Expensive, but the folks who line up for it every week say it’s worth every penny!
Southtown Farms, Mahwah NY:
Southtown Farms is a first-generation family owned and operated farm speciallizing in pastured poultry products as well as pastured pork. They believe in and practice sustainable agriculture practices. This year, they began a partnership with Buck Run Farm in Pennsylvania. They speciallize in grass fed and finished angus beef.
Taliaferro Farms – New Paltz, New York
Certified organic produce including , kale, bok choy, lettuces, heirloom tomatoes, melons, fingerlings. www.taliaferrofarms.com
Teagevity, NYACK, NY
Tiny Hearts Farm, Copake NY: Fresh-cut local flowers, floral arrangements, grower’s bouquets
Wiltbank Farm: Gourmet culinary mushrooms: shiitake, oyster, king oyster