The mission of the Chappaqua Farmers Market is to bring food that is locally grown, raised or produced to our community and to raise awareness of the importance of eating local for the sustainability of our planet.

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at the market on October 3rd



(subject to change)

All you Knead Baking Co.
Bronx Baking Co.
Bread Alone
Christiane's Backstube
Consider Bardwell Cheese
Crown Maple Organic Syrup
Doc Pickle
Edenesque Almond Milks
Farm Eats
French Press Cafe
Honey Locust Farmhouse
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
La Petite Occasion
Letterbox Farm
Little Bird Cookie Co.
Madura Farms
Morgiewicz Produce
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Obercreek Farm
Orchards of Concklin
Pie Lady and Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Skinny Buddha
Stone Barns Pastured Meats BACK NEXT WEEK
Taiim Falafel Shack
True Food
Wright's Orchards


Music: Fred Gillen Jr.

Due to the Book Fair we will have no children's activity this week.





Pascale’s Blog

  • october 1, 2015



    Wouldn’t you know it? Just when the barometer dips, Madura Farms bring cranberry beans and Morgiewicz brings leggy leeks to market – both great for hearty soups to help ward off those first fall chills. Cranberry beans, also known as borlotti beans in Italy and shell beans in New England have creamy white pods that are heavily dappled with wine-colored spots. Pretty as they are raw, these beans lose their color during cooking. By all means, cook them anyway! These beans add a lovely nutty flavor to any dish – the flavor of chestnut specifically. Here’s a simple recipe for sauteeing shelled cranberry beans with sage and garlic and lemon from

    I couldn’t find a picture for you for Nina Planck’s fantastic recipe for cranberry bean and tomato stew from Food & Wine – but trust me, it’s a winner and perfect for this time of year. And, of course, how could I not include a recipe for cranberry bean pasta and fagioli soup.

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