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Well, hello Chappaqua

Wow. That was quite an opening day! Clearly, you’d been waiting for us.Most of our vendors sold out and, you’ll be happy to know, all of the puppies from the Briarcliff SPCA mobile adoption unit found a forever home. Jane’s organic ice cream was a big hit at the Dough Nation pizza truck as was the Kombucha on tap!The good news is we get to do it all over again on Saturday–sans puppies, I’m afraid. Dough Nation will be back at the market on the 25th.

This week, please pay special attention to new vendor Midnight Ferry. They will be selling soft-serve ice cream sandwiches made with dairy from New York’s dairy darling Ronnybrook Farm, along with a bevy of Ronnybrook products like: milk in glass bottles, heavy cream, garlic butter, crẽme fraiche and yogurts in flavors like blackberry, pomegranate and strawberry.

We are thrilled that Brittany Velucci of Wildcraft Baking Co. returns with her super healthy, gluten-free granolas. Think: parsnip and oat or sweet potato and pecan or beet and buckwheat. Righteous and delicious.

Just the thing to mix into your Ronnybrook yogurt. If you prefer a more traditional granola, head straight to The Hampton Grocer, who is joining us weekly this season with her nutty, crunchy traditional granola in bags or Mason jars.

This Saturday also marks the return of Red Barn Bakery and their assortment of organic baked goods from rustic crimped strawberry-rhubarb pies to French-style vegetable tarts and dense raspberry muffins. And look for Momo Dressing on the plaza, too with their handcrafted Japanese salad dressings, sauces and dips made with fresh, bright ingredients.Pick up some ramen broth from Asian Farmer Dumplings to make this ramen with eggs and chicken from R&M Farm and asparagus from Caradonna Farms.

We hope you had a chance to try the pastured pork or fresh chicken at Letterbox Farms. This week, why not pick up one of their famous pot pies or quiches, like the caramelized onion with goat cheese?

Obercreek Farm is bringing more blooming chives. It’s always such a delight to see these edible purple puff balls at the market. We have delicious ready-made creamery butter at the market on offer, and this is the time of year to make your own blossom butter. 

Try this David Tanis recipe for flounder with herb blossom butter. 

Plantidote sold out of her plant-based burgers so early last week that we invited Danielle back this Saturday with more! Her beet-dill is the bomb!

This week we bring you the inimitable Lucien Smith and the Blues Cruise Band.

So plan to stick around a while!

See you at the market!

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