SEE YOU ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH

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Vendors

Here's who we're expecting this week:

All you Knead Baking Co.
Aanand Vegetarian Indian food new
Ardent Homesteader
Arlotta Food Studio
Big Bang Coffee Co.
Bien Cuit Bakery
Breezy Hill Orchard
Chez Hedwige
Crown Maple Organic Syrup
D & J Produce
Deep Roots sprouts and pickled vegetables
FarMEATS grass-fed beef
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
La Petite Occasion
Larchmont Charcuterie/last visit for a month!!!
Luxx Chocolat
Madura Farms
Meringue Queen
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pie Lady and Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Ready Set Sharp - Knife Sharpening Services
SOHHA Yogurt
Steve's Country Kitchen
Taiim Falafel Shack
Teagevity
True Food
Wiltbank Farm
Yellow Bell Farm

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Pascale’s Blog

  • february 11, 2016

    LAMB CHOPS FOR YOUR LAMB CHOP ON VALENTINE’S DAY

    Sunday is Valentine’s Day and what with planning your winter break getaway you may have overlooked this holiday that suggests you spend some money on your honey.

    Worry not. The CFM is here to help.

    Some Swine (as in BACON)  for your Valentine? This week, Sunset View Farm in upstate Otsego County is bringing down lots of lamb (from roasts to chops to plump legs) as well as plenty of pastured pork cuts.

    Celebrate LOVE on Sunday with an ice cream sundae. We are so pleased to introduce a new guest vendor: The Ardent Homesteader, maker of Cara-Sel a salted caramel sauce, made in small batches with all natural ingredients, that’s perfect to drizzle, warm, over a bowl of ice cream or a slice of Pie Lady & Son‘s apple pie. Also perfect for dipping slices of Breezy Hill Orchard‘s organic apples.
    Or, (who is going to stop you?) over delicate meringue cookies from the Meringue Queen, also here this week.

    Consider an assortment of organic teas from Teagevity. Or some (several?) saucisson sec from Larchmont Charcuterie (he is off to India for a month so will not return to market until April. Devotees – plan accordingly).
    OR – bring the kitchen knives you got on your wedding day for a little t.l.c. from the Knife Sharpener. Now that’s romantic.

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