Upcoming Events:

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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. And of course the market offers a place for the community for gather. Visit our Westchester County market every Saturday at the Chappaqua Train Station.

The market is open Saturdays from 8:30am to 1pm

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Vendors and News:

November 10th Vendors

Calcutta Kitchens
Kontoulis Olive Oil
Meadowhawk Granola
Larchmont Charcuterie
PineBrook Roasters
Michael Giordano's Portable Pizza Oven
PineBrook Roasters
Ready Set Sharp--knife sharpening
Temima's Bakery

Bien Cuit Bakery
Black Creek Permaculture Farm (returning next year)
Caradonna Farms
Doc Pickle
Farm Eats
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Growing Hearts Farm (returning next year)
Leaf of the East
Letterbox Farm
McGrath Cheese Co.
Mrs. D’s Mediterranean Delights
Pura Vida Fishery
Stars of the Meadow Flower Farm (returning next year)
Stone & Thistle
Sun Sprout Farm
Taiim Shack Mobile
True Food
Wave Hill Breads
Wright’s Apple Farm

Music and Events for November 10th











Music - Jody Cole
The Acoustic Sound of Jody Cole takes us from Cole Porter to Plain White T's and everything in between. Jody brings her unique style to the tunes she plays.

Chili Cook-off Contest You can find details here.

A Cure in our Lifetime table



Pascale’s Blog

  • november 8, 2018

    CFMHeader11918bIt’s Chili Time!

    There are as many legends about the origin of chili con carne as there are varieties of peppers. One of the more far-flung stories says the dish hails from a Spanish nun in the early 1600s who never left her convent but had out-of-body experiences in which her spirit was transported across the Atlantic to preach Christianity to the Indians. After one of the return trips, her spirit wrote down the first recipe for chili con carne: chili peppers, venison, onions, and tomatoes. Another yarn says the dish was brought to San Antonio by Canary Islanders who were sent to Texas by the King of Spain as far back as 1731.

    Others believe the first chili mix was concocted around 1850 by Texan adventurers and cowboys as a staple for hard times when traveling to and in the California gold fields and around Texas. Needing hot grub, the trail cooks came up with a sort of stew: they pounded dried beef, fat, pepper, salt, and the chile peppers together into stackable rectangles or chili bricks ” which could be easily rehydrated in campfire pots of boiling water.

    Either way, chili is a point of personal pride for Texans and most Texans have a family recipe they are willing to share – or not.

    We had so much fun at last year’s Chili Cook-Off we decided to make it an annual affair.

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