This week we introduce you to two vendors: Wave Hill Breads, which exhibits at both markets (though these photos are from John Jay Homestead) and Cascade Mountain Winery, which exhibits at Gossett’s.
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.
Wave Hill Bread
Vendor: Margaret Sapir
Items sold: Artisanal breads including Pain de Campagne (Country Bread), the original Wave Hill Bread shape; for farmers’ markets, the bakery supplies shapes made out of the same dough: demi (half-size) baguettes, round boules, small and large epis (which look like a sheaf of wheat or a collection of pointed rolls on a stalk).
Location: Norwalk, CT
Phone: (203) 762-9595
Cascade Mountain Winery
Vendor: Cody Cafiero, who is part of the family that founded the winery and is in the midst of starting his own vegetable farm.
Items sold: Cascade brings six varieties of their wines, including their new Coeur De Lion, Seyval Blanc, Private Reserve White and their semi-dry white Summertide. In addition, they bring cheeses from a nearby Hudson Valley farm, and milk from nearby Ronny Brook Farm. The cheeses are probiotic cheeses from The Amazing Real Live Cheese Company. Featured in the photo gallery is the chaouce, which is a farmer’s cheese wrapped in a camembert and rubbed with ash and aged, making for a luscious cheese.
Location: Amenia, NY
Phone: (845) 373-9021