This week we introduce you to The Flying Pig and Bongo and Capacci.
Gossett’s Farmer’s Market is held at Gossett Brother’s Nursery in South Salem every Saturday year-round, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and the John Jay Homestead Farmer’s Market, held at the Homestead in Katonah runs Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. through October.
The Flying Pig
Vendors: Chef Leslie Sutter, Pastry Chef Shelley Smedberg
Items sold: They offer prepared and take out foods including Breakfast Burritos and sandwiches, Chopped Salad with French Green Lentils, Vietnamese Banh Mi Cabbage Hill Farm Pork Sandwich, Vietnamese Summer Rolls with rice noodles, marinated Cabbage Hill Farm pork, carrots, jicama, thai basil, cilantro, and mint (veg option to sub avocado for pork) Cellophane Noodle Salad with napa cabbage, bridge tofu, and orange-cilantro vinaigrette Slow-Roasted and Beer-Braised Cabbage Hill Farm Pulled Pork Coleslaw.
Location: Mt. Kisco, NY
Phone: (914) 666-7445
Bongo and Capacci
Vendors: Bobby James sells pasta for Bongo and Capacci, entertains guests with his big smile and even strings tennis rackets in the spring on Saturday’s at Gossett’s. Bongo and Capacci makes their gourmet pastas in Watertown, CT.
Items sold: Fresh, handmade pastas, and a whole line of incredible ravioli’s including whipped beat, pea and smoked salmon, sweet potato and a whole-wheat and goat cheese (my favorite) among many others.
Location: Watertown, CT