Mark your calendars–our outdoor season starts on Saturday May 7th at the Chappaqua Train Station

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Vendors

WEEKLY
Big Bang Coffee
Bien Cuit Bakery
Breezy Hill Orchard
D & J Produce
Deep Roots
Crown Maple Organic Syrup
FarMEATS grass-fed beef
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Madura Farms
MEGHA's Indian food
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pie Lady and Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Sohha Yogurt
Steve's Country Kitchen
Sunset View Farm
Taiim Falafel Shack
True Food
What's For Dessert
Yellow Bell Farm

ROTATING
Chaseholm Creamery Cheese
J'ADORE French desserts
Jacuterie
Kontoulis Olive Oil

Music

John Jay High School Chamber Ensemble

 

Pascale’s Blog

  • april 14, 2016

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    Fiddlle dee-dee! Fiddlehead Ferns (and..Chouquettes) at our LAST INDOOR MARKET of the season

    Saturday is our last day at the lovely First Congregational Church. We’ve so enjoyed our time there and so appreciate the Congregation for sharing their beautiful space with us. We will disappear for two weeks (so STOCK UP, folks!) and reappear at the train station on May 7th to launch the summer season with no fewer than 40 vendors ready to greet you that day!

    Gorgeous weather is on tap for THIS Saturday so head to the Church where we will have lots of great spring ingredients – and music, too, courtesy of the very talented John Jay High School Chamber Ensemble. You can enjoy their music from 10:30 to 12:30 p.m. while you shop for organic fruit, fresh fish, Jacuterie’s legendary BACON & FANCY FARM TO TABLE SAUSAGE and of course, lots & lots of farm fresh eggs and spring greens.

    Madura Farms will have more RAMPS – boy did those fly last week! – and, new this week, fiddlehead ferns. As fun to eat in spring as they are to say.
    Never had one? Fiddleheads are the yet-unfurled fronds of the edible ostrich fern. They are so named because of their striking resemblance to the top of a violin scroll.

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