We will be closed on December 9th due to snow

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.

Below is our schedule for the winter. See you this weekend!

Outside: December 16* (weather permitting*) from 9am to 1pm

Our 4 pop-up markets are inside at the First Congregational Church:

January 6 from 9am to 1pm

February 3 from 9am to 1pm

March 3 from 9am to 1pm

April 7 from 9am to 1pm

Home

Vendors and News:

 

 

Vendors

This Week: 12/16/17
Arlotta Food Studio
Big Bang Coffee
Bien Cuit Bakery
Bohemian Baked
Cooperstown Cheese Co.
Deep Roots Greenhouse
Dragonfly Granola
Dr. Pickle
Farm Eats
Hillrock Estate Distillery
La Petite Occasion
LaurelMaud's Jams
Letterbox Farm
Madura Farms
Mangalista Mosefund
McGrath Cheese Co.
Megha Indian Cuisine
New Castle Scone Co.
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pie Lady & Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Stone & Thistle
Taiim Shack Mobile
Three Little Pigs BBQ
True Food
Wave Hill Breads
Wright's Apple Farm
 

 

 

Pascale’s Blog

  • december 14, 2017

    HeaderLast chance for edible (or drinkable!) gifts from the market!

    This Saturday marks the end of yet another successful season for our market. It is the final outdoor market of 2017 and the last opportunity to purchase unique gifts that reflect the local food culture of the Hudson Valley. Whether you need a small gift for the office Secret Santa or an impressive spread for a loved one, the market has something for everyone.

    Shopping for a mixologist? Hillrock Estate Distillery will be joining us with their handcrafted whiskey. They are in the heart of the historic Hudson Valley, overlooking the distant Berkshire Mountains, where prime farmland, crystal clear water, and a favorable climate create a unique terroir which is profoundly expressed in Hillrock’s artisanal whiskeys. They are one of the few “field-to-glass” whiskey producers in the world and is the first U.S. distillery since before Prohibition to floor malt and hand craft whiskey on site from estate-grown grain. A bottle of this will be most welcome at any holiday party!

    HillrockYou can also pick up small gifts to give alone or as part of a market basket. Think jam from Laurelmaud’s, caramels from La Petite Occasion, coffee from Big Bang, granola from Dragonfly, etc. Bring a basket, peruse the stands and get inspired to create your own medley of market treasures.

    Speaking of granola, make sure to pick enough up for any holiday brunches. Serve it alongside yogurt and apple slices or applesauce from Wrights. Better yet, serve it as part of a decadent holiday brunch spread. Flip through the recipes of Gourmet Traveler’s Winter Breakfast collection to create a tablescape full of market flavors like braised greens with poached eggs and French toast topped made with Wave Hill’s Brioche loaf or Bien Cuit’s pain de mie topped with organic jams from Laurel Maud’s Kitchen. You can hit the gym in 2018!

    Gifts1Who wouldn’t like to find some salumi in their stocking? For your swine-loving friends Mangalitsa by Mosefund will be here with two festive gift baskets. For $29 you can get three cacciatorini (sweet and spicy) and a small cutting board. For $59 you can get a crate containing both sweet and spicy cacciatorini plus piquillo peppers, olives, Hungarian paprika and local honey.

    Gifts2A reminder that we will be at the train station from 9 to 1 pm. After the holiday, we will be holding four winter market “pop-ups” at the First Congregational Church (FCC) at 210 Orchard Ridge Road on the first Saturday of each month (Jan 6; Feb 3; March 3 and April 7), also 9 to 1 pm. The majority of our summer vendors are participating in the pop-ups which will include kids activities and live music.

    Do you consider your chocolate chip cookies exceptional? Then you might want to enter our chocolate-chip cookie contest on Jan. 6th. We’ve got some local kids with very discerning palates judging that day. Find details on our FB Page. If you do not know where the FCC is, make sure to pick up a winter market card at the market tent on Saturday. There’s a handy map on the back!
    See you at the market!


    Pascale Le Draoulec
    food writer/ farmer’s market director
    author: “American Pie:Slices of Life (and Pie) from America’s Back Roads” (HarperCollins)
    914.806.3380

    Read More

Leave a Reply