Week X: Fresh Mozzarella, Wonton Soup & Dairy Goats

Week X – Sunday, March 12 (11 to 3)

 

GUEST VENDORS:

Joe Tomato Mozzarella – Joe “Tomato” learned to make authentic mozzarella on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx.  When he arrives at a market, his mozzarella is still warm. Creamy and only lightly salted, his mozzarella is the best around. He has been known to make up to 1000 mozzarella balls in one day, using special wooden mozzarella paddles he designed himself. 

Acorn Hill Farm – A small goat farm in the Mid-Hudson Valley that produces a variety of fresh and aged cheeses (made with vegetarian rennet), yogurt, and fudge using only milk produced by their herd of dairy goats, which is managed without the use of chemicals, antibiotics, or hormones.  

THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS: (In addition to regular menu items)

Delicously Alicia’s (Gluten-free/organic):
Traditional pork filled wontons
Wonton soup (with pork-filled wontons)
Crab Rangoon

Paolo’s Kitchen:
Eggplant Parmigiana Tray (serves 2-3) & Balsamic Salad Dressing only $14 (save $9)

THIS WEEK’S VENDORS:

Anthi’s Greek Food:  Fresh, healthy, delicious Greek cuisine. Their food is authentic and the menu boasts flavorful Greek inspired dishes and flavors such as Tsatsiki, Moussaka and Spinach Pie with plenty of vegetarian options.

Arlotta Food Studios:  Organic Olive Oils, Herbal and Fruit Infused Oils, Balsamic Vinegars, tapenades & organic handmade air dried pasta.

Asian Farmer Dumplings:  Made-from-scratch dumplings using local ingredients.  Chicken, beef, pork and vegetable choices.

@TheCoffeeBar:  Serving quality, ethically-sourced coffee from Irving Farm Coffee Roasters.  Roasted daily in the Hudson Valley. (Also this week: Peru, Los Alisos, 71 Irving House Blend, Gotham Dark & Sleepy Hollow Decaf)

Chocolate Calling:  From owner Grace Dadoyan’s love of chocolate and a desire to eat healthier, organic foods, Chocolate Calling was born.  All the chocolate used is organic and fair-trade, and all of her products are handmade and vegan.  Offerings include:  Cookies (Double Chocolate, Mint Chocolate, Greek Sesame chocolate-dipped), Bars (Mint Chocolate,   Raspberry-Cacao,  Toasted Coconut, Salted Almond), Black Sesame Seed Bark, Chocolate-Covered Pretzels and more.

Dan Madura Farms:  Home grown produce from the black dirt region of NY including a large variety of exotic mushrooms: Maitake (hen of the woods), Shiitake, Yellow & Grey Oyster, King Oyster, Pioppini, Lion’s Mane, Beech, Crimini & Portobello’s.

Deep Roots Farm:  All natural farm-made pickles (no preservatives), micro-greens & sauces.  Located in Hudson NY on 12 acres using organic & sustainable farming practices.

Deliciously Alicia’s:  Gluten-free and organic savory & sweet prepared foods including empanadas, pot pies, focaccia and Alicia’s famous crumbcake. 

FarmEats:  Local NY State, 100% grass fed and finished beef, pasture raised pork and chicken free of hormones and antibiotics.

Irvington Delight:  Fresh made Middle Eastern delicacies by Amal and Nabeel Rabadi including four different flavors of homemade hummus and their family favorite, chicken shawarma, a local best-seller in Westchester.  Expect also to see baba ganouj, muhamarra (walnut spread), tabouleh salad and stuffed grape leaves.

The Luscious Little Dessert Company:   All natural southern style pies, pound cakes, cookies & moist breads inspired by owner Diana’s great grandmother “Big Ma”.

Mindful Kitchens:   Elevated vegan cuisine including marinated Seitan steak strips, vegan pâté, and deluxe veggie burgers.  “At Mindful Kitchens, we use only the highest quality ingredients and most are regionally sourced”, say Croton based owners Mizuke & Andre.

Momo Dressing:  Japanese inspired dressings made in Brooklyn by owners Masaki and Yukimi Momose.

Nahmias et Fils: Yonkers based distillery featuring Mahia, the national spirit of Morocco made from figs and “Legs Diamond” Whiskey (100% organic rye).

Paolo’s Kitchen:  Italian dinners on-the-go, prepared from scratch providing busy families the opportunity to eat healthy, home-cooked meals.  “We buy from local producers, using only the best possible ingredients and let the natural flavors do the work”, says owner Paolo Viera.

Sohha Savory Yogurt:  Signature thick strained yogurt (labne), voted best by New York Magazine 2014. Plus Hummus, Babaganouj & Sohha’s savory toppings made with organic olive oil & spices, perfect for marinades, dressings or adding to yogurt. 

Wave Hill Breads:  “The best bread on the East Coast”  (The Splendid Table, NPR).   Breads and pastries crafted from organic whole grains milled at their artisan micro-bakery in Norwalk, CT.