We invite the community to come and show support for the incredibly hardworking local farmers, bakers, cooks and vendors. Get to know your farmers first-hand, how they make their products and help preserve the environment. Shoppers can enjoy a walk, sightsee and explore flower, herb and vegetable gardens or picnic on the historic grounds of John Jay Homestead. The market features local musical talent, activities for children, and information about local non-profit organizations.
The purveyors of John Jay Homestead Farm Market are local farmers, bakers & craftsmen, who seasonally provide a variety of fruit, produce, meats, fish, dairy products, baked goods, prepared foods and handcrafted products.
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Amba Farmsof Bedford Hills, an organic sustainable farm, specializing in fine culinary growing, which will include a variety of mixed greens, radishes, herbs and strawberries. ambafarm.com
Amawalk Farm of Katonah, grows certified organic produce & supports local, sustainable agriculture. Offerings will include a variety of farm greens and seasonal produce such as, spinach, hakurei turnips, garlic, garlic scapes, onions and more. amawalkfarm.org
Amazing Real Live Food Co. of Pine Plains, presents artisanal, fresh & aged cheeses, including Camembert, Chaource, Stellis Vallis Tomme and Probiotic products like Queso Blanco, Fresh Herbed Farmer’s Cheeses and Probiotic Ice Cream. (Ronnybrook products sold here-scroll down for complete list of products) amazingreallive.com
Big Bang Company of Shrub Oak will provide hot and iced coffee to drink, as well as offer bagged coffee to take home. Their Fair Trade Organic coffee beans are fresh roasted weekly.
Boxed Goodes of Litchfield, CT., produces heirloom grains & rices, heritage beans & lentils, organic herb & spice blends, rock sugar blends and exotic salts & low salt blends. All products are created using small batch blending to ensure quality & freshness. boxedgoodes.com(Dates at market: No future dates).
Burren Farms of Katonah presents what the power of flower, herbs and nature can do for you. Organic herbal products will include bath teas, gentle scrubs, healing teas such as chamomile, chickweed, Echinacea with ginger root, nettle, violet leaf as well as salves, lotions and oils. www.burrenfarm.com. (Dates at market: No future dates).
Cabbage Hill Farm of MountKisco, dedicated to the preservation of historic farm animals and uses sustainable agriculture techniques and aquaponics. Products include a variety of mixed greens and vegetables, smoked trout, duck eggs, and a variety of pasture-raised beef and pork cuts. www.cabbagehillfarm.org
Calcutta Kitchens of Norwalk, Ct.offers fresh Indian style simmering sauces, Indian Fruit Chutneys, Spiced Chickpeas, as well as seasonal soups. calcuttakitchens.com (Dates at market: 8/4, 8/18, 9/1, 9/29, 10/13)
Chutney Masala of Irvington, showcases “inspired” Indian dishes such as Chicken Tikka Masala and Saag Paneer crafted from locally sourced meats & produce using the finest ingredients and special blends of spices, which they grind themselves. chutneymasala.com (Dates at market:7/28, 8/25, 9/1, 9/29, 10/13)
Clean Ridge Soap Co. of Pound Ridge has some very special natural products such as soaps, lotions, lip balm, diffusers and soy candles. Made by hand and packed in the U.S., these goods contain the finest ingredients, including avocado butter, jojoba and olive oils as well as various essential oils. www.cleanridge.com (Dates at Market: 6/23, 7/28,8/18, 9/15, 10/13)
Doc Pickle of Paterson, NJ serves up any and all things pickled from Half-sour, ¾-sour, Full-sour pickles to sauerkraut, pickled black & green olives, pickled mushrooms, pickled tomatoes & giardiniera. (Dates NOT at market: 9/1, 9/8) docpickle.com
Flour Power Bakery of Livingston Manor, offers a variety of breads, pastries, pies and cakes using organic ingredients where possible, local fruit & vegetables, fresh farm eggs and pure butter. Think French as in baguettes, croissants, brioche & crème brulee. flourpowerbakery.net (Dates at market: To be advised).
Flour City Pasta of Fairport produces organic artisanal pasta made the “Old World” way. Using organic flour, they add organic vegetables, fruit, herbs & spices to make flavored pasta that brings a new level of taste to any pasta meal. (Dates NOT at market: 9/1). flourcitypasta.com
Front Yard Coop has mastered the solar powered, self propelled chicken coop. It's eco-friendly, fun for the kids, and good fo your lawn. http://frontyardcoop.com (Dates at the market: 8/11 & 9/15)
Gaia's Breath Farm of Jordanville is a certified, organic farm offering mostly heirloom vegetables and meats, that include pastured chicken & veal, duck & turkey (in season) and heritage breed large black pork. They will have charcuterie products such as sausage, pancetta, coppa, guanciale, bacon & saucisson sec. You will find small batched, handmade raviolis using the both the farm's products & local cheese. www.gaiasbreathfarm.com
Gluten-Free Dessert Kitchen of Clermont is a small gluten-free bakery that specializes in gluten-free soups, quiches and savory baked items, such as scones, muffins, cakes & pies. glutenfreedessertkitchen.com
Guyank Brand makes the ultimate Sweet-Hot pepper sauce crafted from blends of habaneros and peppers with green mangoes, brown mustard, carrots and onions. http://www.guyankbrand-twoksinternational.com (Dates at market: 6/23, 7/28, 8/25, 9/22, 10/13)
Healing Home Foods of Pound Ridge brings raw, gluten-free, organic, vegan, and dairy free products, with a wide selection of granola and crackers. (Not at the market on 7/7, 7/28, 8/18, 9/1)
I & Me Farms of Mount Kisco, an organic sustainable farm, offers herbs, flowers, microgreens and vegetables as well as over 20 varieties of tomatoes, including heirloom.
JD Farms of Brewster, provides sweet corn, honeydew and cantaloupe melons, tomatoes, peaches and apples.
John Boys Farm of Cambridge, NY is a 185-acre farm located on the Battenkill River. All animals are either raised outdoors on pasture or in the woods. They are fed non-GMO grains, grown by the farmer without the use of pesticides or herbicides. The farm will offer Berkshire Pork, Black Angus Beef, Fresh Chicken & Eggs, Duck Eggs, Bacon, Sausages and a variety of smoked products.
Johnny Gelato of Kent uses only the finest, freshest, local ingredients in their delicious hand-made gelato & sorbets. www.johnnygelato.com
Kontoulis Family Extra Virgin Olive Oil is harvested in the village of Strefiin the fertile plain of Messinia. The olives are cold pressed and the oil is completely unfiltered. www.kontoulisfamily.com (Dates at market: 6/23, 7/7, 7/21, 8/4, 9/1, 9/15, 9/29, 10/13)
Krazy for Kazu of Cornwall, CT., offers their popular Japanese style ginger salad dressing, stir-fry & BBQ sauces, as well as gluten-free alternatives. krazyforkazus.com (Dates at market: To be advised).
Mobius Fields of Waccabuc, a biodynamic farm, offers a variety of vegetables, green and dried beans, edamame, herbs, honey and shiitake mushrooms. www.mobiusfields.com
Ladle of Love of Mt. Kisco, a farm-to-kitchen food shop, uses the freshest ingredients from local growers & farmers. Each week the menu will feature hearty, wholesome soups & stews, sandwiches, salads and beverages. www.ladleoflove.com. Beginning 9/15.
Mt. Kisco Seafood will be offering high quality fin fish & shellfish as well as prepared foods such as shrimp & crabmeat gazpacho, poached salmon dinner & New England & Manhattan chowders. www.mtkiscoseafood.com (Not at the market 6/30, 7/21, 9/1)
North Wind Farms of Pawling is a family owned lavender farm. The lavender is grown naturally and only essential lavender oil is used when needed in their products. You will find dried and fresh lavender bunches, buds, aromatherapy neck and eye pillows, candles, photo greeting cards, live plants and even lavender scones, shortbread cookies and biscotti. www.northwindslavenderfarm.com (Dates at market: 6/23, 7/7, 7/21, 8/4, 8/18, 9/1, 9/15, 9/29, 10/13).
Pizza Luca of White Plains serves authentic pizza Napoletana from a mobile, wood-fired oven mounted on a 1952 Chevy truck. (Dates NOT at market: 9/1) pizzaluca.com
Red Barn Bakery of Irvington contributes artisan baked goods using local, organic ingredients; you can choose from a seasonal selection of savory tarts, pies and cookies. www.redbarn-bakery.com
Ronnybrook Dairy of Ancramdale, whose milk is pasteurized, not homogenized, can boast their cream floats to the top! Offerings include Non-fat & low-fat milks, coffee & chocolate milks, H&H, heavy cream, crème fraiche, yogurt & drinkable yogurts. (Sold at the Amazing Real Live Food stand). ronnybrook.com
Sweetooth Katonah’s freshly baked yummy cupcakes & cake pops are locally sourced whenever possible using the finest quality ingredients. sweetoothkatonah.com(Dates at market: 6/30,7/14,8/11,9/22,10/6)
Tiny Hearts Farm of North Salem, brings an ever-changing variety of mixed cut flower bouquets, bunches of single varieties, such as sunflowers and dahlias, and bouquets of edible flowers and herbs for use in the kitchen. www.tinyheartsfarm.com
Wave Hill Breads, an artisan bakery located in Norwalk, CT., offers breads crafted by hand using age-old French methods, the most popular being the Pain de Campagne or Country Bread. www.wavehillbreads.com
Whitecliff Vineyards of Gardiner is an artisanal, family owed winery that is both rooted in the agriculture traditions of the Hudson Valley, and recognized as a producer of fine, complex, European-style wines. www.whitecliffwine.com (Dates at market: 6/23, 7/7, 7/21, 8/4, 8/18, 9/1, 9/15, 9/29, 10/13)
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