|Sale on Wave Hill Breads’ Roman Focaccia;
Pledge to Support Ossining Farmers Market w/American Farmland Trust;
Chef Maria Reina Hosts Cooking Demo in Piermont + MORE
September 11-17th, 2014
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On Saturday, join us at the market for an “I Love My Farmers Market Celebration” with the American Farmland Trust. The celebration will feature music by Les Tappan Zigues from 10 am to noon AND a free yoga class in Market Square from noon to 1 pm.
The American Farmland Trust will encourage market customers to pledge their support for the market. A pledge is a commitment to shop at the market. They will record the dollars pledged and announce the total at the end of the market day. In exchange, shoppers will receive a “No Farms, No Food” bumper sticker, as well as a Made in the USA canvas tote bag. These reusable bags are the perfect accessory as the market strives to be free of plastic shopping bags by September 27th.
AND for the talented bakers of the area, registration is now OPEN for the 2nd Annual Piermont Apple Pie Contest. The judges will be renowned Chef Peter X. Kelly, Mark Tasker, Head Pastry Chef of Balthazar, and esteemed Piermont community member, Sylvia Welch.
For additional events, visit our Down to Earth Markets Event Calendar.
|Cardamom Summer Chowder by Calcutta Kitchens|
At Down to Earth Farmers Markets, we love to bring together both local farmers and food makers who source locally. Aditi Goswami, the founder of Calcutta Kitchens, is an example of the latter. She grew up going to the fresh food markets of India, and now she’s dedicated to using local farmers’ ingredients in her Indian simmer sauces. She lets the changing harvest inspire her kitchen ideas and she recently shared this recipe for Cardamom Summer Chowder. For the late summer harvest, Aditi now gives us a delicious – and easy! – stage…ENJOY.
1 16 oz jar of Calcutta Kitchens Bengali Cardamon & Coconut Simmer Sauce
|Rotating* Vendors This Week
*Vendors who rotate through various markets during the season.
They enjoy getting to know many communities, and here’s where to find them this week:
The Peanut Principle (Gourmet nut & seed butters)
Bombay Emerald Chutney Company
Flourish Baking Company
Maupston Design Studio (Handspun yarns & roving)
Pie Lady & Son
Robinson & Co. Catering (Locally sourced, British-inspired prepared foods)
Christiane’s Backstube (Locally sourced, German-inspired baked specialties)
Down to Earth Markets 173 Main Street Ossining, NY 10562 Phone: 914-923-4837