Come on out to the Farmer’s Market where it will be toasty and cozy at the First Congregational Church.
While some of our greens vendors have been impacted by these ridiculously frigid temperatures, our bakers and other vendors have been cocooning and getting inspired in the kitchen! Laurel Maud’s Kitchen has a new organic orange marmalade – just the thing to slather on some Wave Hill brioche.
Something tells me there were many Instapots under the Christmas tree this year (I got one!). Here’s a recipe for pressure-cooker lamb (or beef) stew Provencal. Perfect for this weekend’s weather! Chances are you’ve got most of the ingredients on hand.
Stock up on pickles and artisanal cheese from McGrath Cheese Co. Remember most of Wave Hill’s breads are easy to freeze. And Luxx Chocolat will be mixing custom hot cocoa drinks!
The market is held at the First Congregational Church at 210 Orchard Ridge Rd. Parking couldn’t be easier. It’s an easy zip inside the Church. And tomorrow is our first annual Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest – with kids judging! There will also be live music by Fred Gillen Jr. Should be fun!
Pascale Le Draoulec
food writer/ farmer’s market director
author: “American Pie:Slices of Life (and Pie) from America’s Back Roads” (HarperCollins)