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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Despite the cold, Spring reentry has begun!! Stokes is back!

Quattro's has beautiful thick cut venison chops. Northshire has quail eggs. Violet Hill has Belle Rouge chickens, pork products, and duck eggs. Phillips has tomato products as well as jams and flowering branches. P.E. and D.D. has lobsters and other seafood and fish. Bulich has several kinds of mushroom. Shushan and Two Guys have salad and Shushan has hydroponic tomatoes. D'Attolico has greens, sprouts, and young garlic and onions. Cayuga has ale bread, whole wheat bread, and dried cannellini among other beans. Cayuga and Oak Grove have popping corn. Stokes has herb plants and flowering plants, including huge pots of rosemary.

Milk Thistle is here with milks and Ronnybrook has milks, butters, ice creams, yogurt, drinkable yogurt and cheese and is giving samples of their "keifer". Flying Pig has pork products and Roaming Acres has ostrich meat. The Lavender stand is here and Deep Mountain has 2011's maple syrup. Locust Grove, Terhune, Breezy Hill, and Caradonna have apples and Brezy Hill and Oak Grove have pastries. Oak Grove has herb plants (if it's still freezing out, they'll have them in their truck, so ask). Tonjes is here with buttermilk, cheeses, yogurt, and kefir. Cato Corner has a wide variety of cheeses. Norwich has kales and other greens.

Mountain Sweet Berry and Berried Treasures both have tiny European style potatoes.

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