Sunday, May 14 (9:30 – 3:00)
Stop by “The SOUK” on Mother’s Day for a unique and unforgettable brunch experience. Spend the afternoon in conversation browsing the gallery and gardens or lingering in the warm greenhouse enjoying ready-to-eat items such as a avocado toast with an edible orchid, breakfast burritos, Middle Eastern “bagels”, croissants (with fresh brewed coffee and tea), chicken & avocado waffles (with chipotle maple syrup), candied pork tacos, chicken tikka nan, falafel sandwich and healthy salads (Sabich or Kale Lacinato).
Pick up something decadent from Luxx Chocolat’s exquisitely designed award winning chocolates, a local handmade artisan item or an unusual tropical plant.
This Week’s Vendors:
Acorn Hill Farm: A small goat farm in the mid-Hudson Valley producing fresh and aged cheeses (made with vegetarian rennet), yogurt, and fudge using only milk produced by their herd of dairy goats.
Anna Maria’s Foods: Unexpected savory & sweet jams from vegetables and fruit herb combinations that are great with cheese, cured meats and pâté. Plus tomato sauces, salad dressings and other condiments. All from their Torino, Italy originated family recipes.
Asian Farmer Dumplings: Made-from-scratch dumplings using local ingredients. Chicken, beef, pork and vegetable choices.
The Cheese Guy: Kosher, natural, artisanal cheeses from family owned dairy farms, selected by cheese monger Brent Delman.
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: Located in Hudson NY on 12 acres, their mission is to provide local communities with access to high-quality, nutritious fruits and vegetables through means of organic and sustainable crop production. The farm adheres to all NOFA-NY organic standards and is in transition to becoming certified organic. They also make great specialty products such as pickles, hot sauces, salsas, pestos, and kimchi.
Deliciously Alicia’s: Gluten-free and organic savory & sweet prepared foods including empanadas, pot pies, focaccia and Alicia’s famous crumbcake.
Let Them EAT PITA: Vegetarian, healthy and homemade foods such as made-to-order falafel sandwiches, hummus bowls, Israeli chopped salads and other middle eastern delicacies from their brand new mobile food cart.
Nahmias et Fils: Yonkers based distillery featuring Mahia, the national spirit of Morocco made from figs and “Legs Diamond” Whiskey (100% organic rye).
The OUTSIDE IN Coffee Bar: Serving quality, ethically-sourced coffee from Irving Farm Coffee Roasters. Roasted daily in the Hudson Valley.
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.
Southtown Farms: First generation family farm specializing in pasture raised chicken and pork on 60 acres in Blairstown and Lafayette NJ. Also offering grass-fed beef and lamb from Black Run Farm. All products are antibiotic and hormone free and certified Non-GMO. Certified “Veteran Grown” by the Homegrown by Heroes program.
True Food: Healthy organic prepared foods including packaged salads, ready-to-eat sandwiches, burritos, gluten-free baked goods and more from Nyack’s Pamela Schultz using produce from local farms.
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.