Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers !

Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers  !

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Wet? Yes! Here? Yes! Expecting Snow? Yup!

First thing I bought today was a chicken from Quattro's. I also bought bags of legs and wings from Violet Hill. All of the poultry at both stands looks great today. Violet Hill also has gorgeous wild mushrooms. Stokes has greens, lemon grass and other herbs, big cauliflowers, and masses of pumpkins. Sycamore also has alot of pumpkins in addition to broccoli, tomatoes, and other produce.

Cato Corner is here with delicious cheeses and Cayuga and Our Daily Bread have wonderful breads to go with them. Beth's Farm Kitchen has all sorts of tasty jams and Ronnybrook has milks, cheeses, butters, and other dairy goodies. Tonjes has buttermilk, cheeses, and yogurts and PE&DD has fish and shellfish. Buzzard Crest is here with a variety of great grapes, grape juices, and wines.

Paffenroth has a huge selection of potatoes, carrots, greens, onion varieties, and unusual produce as do Lani and Norwich Meadows. Miglorelli and S&SO are also here with produce and other items. Locust Grove has apples, pears, and cider and Cherry Lane and Sycamore have still got heirloom tomatoes!

Keith, Gorzynski, and Eckerton are here with organic produce. Milk Thistle has milk and D'Attolico has sprouts and other produce (Tell Vinnie happy birthday!). Binder has herb plants and Oak Grove has pies, heirloom tomatoes, popping corn, pork products, pumpkins, and other produce.

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