|Croton-on-Hudson Market Adds THREE Day Vendors on Sunday;|
2nd Annual Piermont Apple Pie Contest on 9/28 at the Market;
Ossining: T-Shirt to Tote Workshop Creates Alternative to Plastic Bags + MORE
September 25th – October 1st, 2014
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|Ossining: Music, Cornell Master Gardeners, Free Yoga & T-Shirt to Tote!|
What a market we have planned for you this Saturday, September 27th:
Join us as the acoustic duo, Deuces Child, serenades the market from 10 am to noon. Then all are invited to join the free yoga class with Dragon Fly Yoga in Market Square from noon to 1 pm. All market day, Cornell Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your garden queries. Also, Green Ossining volunteers will demonstrate how to create reusable tote bags from t-shirts. Their fun and easy bags are a great way to join the effort to eliminate plastic shopping bags from the market. Let’s go green together.
From 11 am to 1 pm this Sunday, Susan Chasen from the Organic Teaching Kitchen will host a cooking demonstration be at the Croton-on-Hudson market. She’ll create a fresh and easy seasonal recipe to taste and try at home. Stop by and learn about organic eating and pick up ideas for your own kitchen.
For additional events, visit our Down to Earth Markets Event Calendar.
|Wave Hill Breads Recommends: Panzanella (Tuscan Bread Salad)|
Made with Fresh Market Ingredients
Margaret Sapir of Wave Hill Breads recently shared a recipe that underlines two longstanding truths about Down to Earth vendors: 1) They sure know good food and 2) Every week at the farmers market, they inspire one another. When great culinary minds unpack next to overflowing tables of fruits and vegetables, they get to thinking. For Margaret, the tomato bounty churned her creativity. She searched for recipes to bring together her award-winning breads with the local harvest. Here she suggests Panzanella a.k.a. Tuscan Bread Salad.
Local tomatoes are soon to recede into background, as cauliflower, winter squash, and other fall favorites begin to bear. We join in Margaret’s suggestion to savor the last of this year’s tomatoes, together with the amazing breads that Wave Hill Bread brings to market every week.
Note from Margaret: I’ve adapted this recipe from Divina Cucina.This Mediterranean salad is an example of the green, white, and red colors of the Italian flag. In the 1500’s, a poem by the famous artist Bronzino describes the salad. At that time, the tomato had not been introduced into Italy yet. The ingredients were limited to cucumber, onion, basil, arugula, and bread. The Italian bread is salt-free, so they add salt to the salad recipe. According to the recipe, it is important to use bread without preservatives and let it go stale. You can cut the Wave Hill Bread thickly and let it dry. The traditional recipe aims for a crumbed bread texture.
Panzanella (Tuscan Bread Salad)
|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:
Larchmont – Saturday, Sept. 27th
Ossining – Saturday, Sept. 27th
Croton-on-Hudson – Sunday, Sept. 28th
Piermont – Sunday, Sept. 28th
Rye – Sunday, Sept. 28th
| Down to Earth Markets 173 Main Street Ossining, NY 10562 Phone: 914-923-4837|