We’re in full swing!

The mission of the Chappaqua Farmers Market is to bring food that is locally grown, raised or produced to our community. Additionally we want to raise awareness of the importance of eating local for the sustainability of our planet. Visit our Westchester County market every Saturday at the Chappaqua Train Station.


Vendors and News:




This Week: 10/14/17
Bien Cuit Bakery
Big Bang Coffee
Black Creek Perma-Culture Farm
Breezy Hill Orchards
Doc Pickle
Growing Hearts Farm
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Leaf of the East
Letterbox Farm
Miracle Springs Farm
Morgiewicz Produce
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Orchards of Concklin
Pie Lady  & Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Stone & Thistle Farm
Taiim Mobile Shack
Township Valley Mushroom
True Food of Nyack
Valley Shephard Creamery
Wave Hill
Wright's Apple Farm

Rotating this week:
Broken Bow Brewery
Dragonfly Granola
Kontoulis Olive Oil
Momo Dressing
Larchmont Charcuterie
Spoon-Me Soups
Ready-Set Sharp Knife Sharpening Service
VN to GO

Music, Kids & Special Tables

Music: Neil Nathan
Music exclusively sponsored by Sari Shaw/Platinum Drive Realty

Chappaqua Children's Book Fair





Pascale’s Blog

  • october 12, 2017


    Cauliflower, Fennel and Leaf Steeping

    So, fall showed up. It’s about time.

    Seeing corn AND tomatoes at the market in October was just a little too jarring. Now that temps are in the 60s we can turn our attention away from the grill and bring out the soup pots and roasting pans. How perfect, cauliflower is in full bloom now – purple, orange and snowy-white.  As are licorice-flavored fennel bulbs. Here’s a great recipe that brings them both together in a roasting pan. This recipe for sausage and escarole over toast is just the ticket for a late lunch after a brisk fall hike or bike ride.

    veggiesIf you’ve yet to spend time at the Leaf of the East tent this season make sure you do that before it gets too cold. Markham Sindeband has a way with Taiwanese tea leaves and is eager to share his wisdom and hot blends.

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