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Friday, May 27, 2011

Stokes Has Strawberries!! May Have Cherry Tomatoes Tomorrow! KEITH WILL BE HERE TOMORROW!!

Stokes has strawberries and asparagus as well as sorrel, flowering broccoli rabe, chamomile, and other herbs. Muddy River has young garlic and other greens and fragrant mint. Samascott has lots of rhubarb and asparagus along with other vegetables and apples. Oak Grove says this week and next week are the last for their excellent heirloom tomato plants, but they've just started with their pepper plants. Deep Mountain is here with maple syrup and other maple products as well as their last week for fiddleheads. Tremblay has various kinds of honey. Two Guys and Queens County Farm Museum have salad and other greens and herbs.

Berried Treasures has lupins, garlic chives, savory, hyssop, green garlic, and lovage. Beth's Farm Kitchen has delicious jams, chutneys, and pickled ramps and other vegetables. This is probably the last day for Dutchmill's beautiful and fragrant peonies. Cayuga is here with their wonderful ale bread and Divine Brine has tasty pickled beets and other pickled vegetables.
Bodhitree has strawberries, cherry and heirloom tomatoes, sugar snap peas, salad and other greens and herbs. Fazio is here with duck, chicken, and guinea hen eggs, ducks and duck parts, chicken and chicken parts, and rabbit. Dancing Ewe has brought in their tasty cheeses, merquez, and ricotta (My favorite is the truffle--so light and subtle.)

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