Thank you to all of our loyal customers and vendors for all of your support this season and over the past 15 years. As the 2016 season comes to an end, the farmers’ market board is looking toward next season. We will be holding meetings over the winter months to plan for a transformation of the market. Stay tuned!
Venture down to see what’s available today from North Country Retreat. Pick up at the Market or ask about delivery for orders over 10 pounds throughout the winter months. And don’t forget stock up on winter squash and other fresh, local produce and farm-fresh eggs. (Note: Due to a family emergency, Do Re Me was unable to make it last week).
From North Country Retreat:
“Tis the season for colds but as the saying goes feed a cold, starve a fever.
What better way to feed a cold then by chicken soup. Get one of our stew bags containing chicken carcasses at $2 per pound. For those who really know their stuff we are also selling chicken necks and feet.
We will be selling them from Nov 5th at Suffern Farmers market. As usual we also delivery with orders over 10 pounds. We also have a couple bags of beef bones and pig trotters as well for some delicious tasting soups and stews.
Get all your winter squash including sugar pumpkins and gourds at the Suffern Farmers’ Market today. Sugar pumpkins are decorative and great for baking pumpkin pie. North Country Retreat is also at the Market today with grass-fed beef, farm fresh eggs and more. And of course, Do Re Me has fresh, local produce and local honey.
Did You Know? Every part of the squash plant can be eaten, including the leaves and tender shoots, which can be cooked in omelets or made into soup.
The term summer and winter for squash are only based on current usage, not on actuality. Summer squash types are on the market all winter; and Winter squash types are on the markets in the late summer and fall, as well as winter. Thus, the terms Summer and Winter are deceptive and confusing. This terminology was never meant to confuse – it just dates back to a time when the seasons were more crucial to man’s survival than they are now. Good keepers became known as winter vegetables if they would keep until December.
You asked, you got it! Chets Scents returns to the Suffern Farmers’ Market this weekend with their handmade soy candles in delicious scents! And of course North Country Retreat brings grass-fed beef, farm fresh eggs and more! Get to the Market early and you just might be able to snag some duck eggs. And don’t forget your local produce and honey from Do Re Me Farms. Every Saturday 8:30am – 1:00pm.
What better way to spend a sunny fall day than to stock up on fresh, local goodies for the week at the Suffern Farmers’ Market? North Country Retreat is at the Market today with grass-fed beef, farm fresh eggs and more. And of course, Do Re Me has fresh, local produce and local honey. Just a few weeks left so don’t miss it!
The Guac Spot always makes Suffern Farmers’ Market the perfect spot to be! Come on down today between 8:30am and 1pm and pick up some guacamole or guacamole ice cream! Also, don’t miss your chance to get grass-fed beef, farm fresh eggs, local produce and honey!
This is an exciting weekend in Suffern! The farmers’ market will be a two-part event tomorrow. Stock up on fresh local produce from Do Re Me and grass-fed beef and farm fresh eggs from North Country Retreat during regular market hours, 8:30am – 1:00pm at the normal market location at the A Lot.
Then, from 3:00pm – 7:00pm the Suffern Farmers’ Market, in partnership with the Greater Suffern Chamber of Commerce, brings craft and food vendors as part of the Village of Suffern Grace VanderWaal parade to celebrate the Suffern resident’s America’s Got Talent victory. This event will feature craft vendors, games and activities for kids, Artytime, Ice Factory’s ice cart, and Auntie El’s Farm Market with baked goods including cider donuts, hot apple cider, coffee and more! Make a sign for Grace, play a game, shop and get a snack and warm beverage! The Village parade will end at this event with a ceremony in the Avon Lot just past the Community Center at 41 Washington Avenue. Don’t miss this great community event!
Come to the market Saturday 8:30am – 1pm for homemade yogurt parfaits with fresh, local fruit and granola, natural dog treats, natural body care products, and of course grass-fed beef, farm-fresh eggs, local honey and fresh fruits and vegetables. And don’t miss Italian specialties including extra virgin olive oil, pastas, tomato puree, pizza kits, bread sticks and more from Chef Marcello’s Gourmet Imports.
This week at the Suffern Farmers’ Market: Stock up on grass-fed beef, farm fresh eggs, local produce and honey and more! Also, we are busy preparing for the Suffern Fall Festival to take place October 1 from 8:30-2pm featuring 30-40 vendors,Chalk Festival art contest, free hay ride, hay maze, pumpkin painting, cider donuts, hot apple cider and more! This event is in partnership with the Village of Suffern, Chamber of Commerce, Turco Landscaping and others.