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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Gorzynsky,Binder, Hoeffner,Seatuck are Back!!!Last Saturday for Cayuga's Great Ale Bread!

Gorzynsky is back with root vegetables and arugula. Cayuga will be here on Wednesdays and Fridays with their great beans, flours, grains, and breads, but has lost their Saturday spot until next winter! James Durr has flowering branches and the Binders are back with beautiful herbs and salad sets. Stokes has lovely pansy and other potted flowering plants, herbs, and some cut herbs today. Van Houten and Hodgson have pretty potted flowering plants and Hodgson has cut flowers as well. Rose Meadow has sweet peas, anemones, and roses. Hoeffner has potted flowers and potatoes.

Terhune, Locust Grove, Breezy Hill, and Caradonna have apples and Mountain Sweet Berry and Berried Treasures have wide varieties of European style potatoes. Rick of Mountain Sweet Berry is expecting to have ramps in two weeks. Just sayin' ... Oak Grove has lush herb plants and tasty pies. Bullich is here with several kinds of mushroom and Violet Hill has an interesting pink mushroom variety. Red Jacket is here with juices.

D'Attolico is here with salad and other greens, sprouts, and young garlic and onions. Quattro's and Violet Hill have great looking poultry and eggs. Violet Hill has "Cayuga" duck eggs -- no relation to the bread and grain stand. Seatuck has oysters, clams, and fish. PE&DD has cooked lobsters as well as fish and shellfish. The ostrich meat stand is here also. Lani is here with spinach and other greens and will be here on Saturdays and Mondays this season. Norwich Meadows Farm also has spinach and braising greens as well as root vegetables. Paffenroth has great carrots, onions, potatoes, and other root vegetables. (I used their carrots last week for a soup and they were sweet and delicious.)

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