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Kiernan Farms Specials for 9/6/12 Market

Here are Kiernan Farms’ specials for the Nyack Market on 9/6/12:

Sale $/lb.                    Regular $/lb.

BEEF:

Brisket                                                           $11.50                         $13.00

Short Ribs                                                      $7.00                            $8.00

Soup Meat                                                     $6.50                            $8.00

PORK:

Sirloin Pork Chops                                         $7.50                            $9.50

Country Style Ribs                                         $7.25                            $9.25

Pork–Bulk/Loose sausage–Hot Italian, Sweet Italian or Breakfast–$6.75, regularly $8.50/lb.

For a limited time, we Hot Dogs made with Beef and Pork flavored with Jalapeno and Cheddar Cheese $12.75.

If you would like to order/reserve any cuts or specials, reply to this email with your order or call 845-255-5995 by 7:00 pm Wednesday evening, September 5th.  Please be as specific as you can about the item(s) you want to order (size, pounds, etc.)  Quantities of certain cuts are limited and subject to availability.   Please include your phone number in case we need to reach you during market hours.

Marty and Thelma Kiernan

Kiernan Farm

845-255-5995

Farmers’ Market Tables Courtesy of Nyack Pour House!

Pour House Lunch Special

Many thanks to Nyack Pour House for providing the tables, chairs and umbrellas you’ve been seeing (and enjoying!) at the Market recently. Pour House carries all of this furniture over to the Market each week and sets it all up for us and we couldn’t be happier.

Be sure to check out their terrific lunch special — $5.99 for soup and salad; $6.99 for sandwich and soup or salad. Tell them Pam sent you!

Nyack Pour House is located at 102 Main Street, just East of the Market.

 

Sun Print Workshop: September 6th 11am – 1pm

ROCA Sun Print WorkshopJoin us to make art using the power of the sun and your imagination! Rockland Center for the Arts will be providing a Sun Print Workshop, where participants will create a cyanotype image using fresh veggies and herbs from the Nyack Farmers’ Market. This workshop is FREE and will be held from 11am-1pm on Thurs. Sep. 6th (rain date: Sep. 20th).

RoCA was founded in 1947 and is Rockland’s oldest and largest multi-arts center. Located in West Nyack, RoCA is a multi-arts center offering classes, workshops, exhibitions, a summer arts day camp, performances and outreach programs for the community. Courses and workshops include: drawing and painting, ceramics, creative writing, sculpture, collage, fiber arts, glass beads, jewelry making, cartooning, pastels, and family workshops.

Gardiner Eucalyptus Returns to the Market!

Gardiner Eucalyptus begins their run at the Farmers’ Market on August 30th. We are pleased to welcome Neil and company back this year. Gardiner Eucalyptus is a family-owned eucalyptus farm in Gardiner, New York, about an hour north of Nyack. You’ll find them in Nyack every Thursday, with fresh eucalyptus, as well as eucalyptus oil and soap.

 

Famers’ Market Newsletter for August 23, 2012

Read the latest edition of Market News here.

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Valley Shepherd Creamery Wins American Cheese Society Awards

Congratulations to Farmers’ Market vendor and Chamber Member Valley Shepherd Creamery for two winning entries in the American Cheese Society awards this year.

Valley Shepherd’s Crema de Blue was awarded 1st place in “Blue-veined with a rind or external coating – made from sheep’s or mixed milk” and earned 2nd place in the “Best in Show” category.

Their Octoberkaas came in 2nd in “Open Category – made from sheep’s milk or mixed milks.”

 

Farmers’ Market Newsletter for August 16, 2012

Read the August 16th edition of Market News here.

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Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery August Events

Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery is a fixture at the Nyack Farmers’ Market. You may not know that the Winery makes for a wonderful day trip (or weekend getaway). Their tasting room is open daily, and the cafe is open on weekends. And during the summer months they have live music on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. This weekend (August 10 and 11) is “Black and Blue” — Blues Saturday on the 10th, and Black Sunday (a tribute to Johnny Cash) on the 11th. And DeadFest (Grateful Dead festival) happens August 25 and 26.

Warwick Valley Winery is located about an hour from Nyack. Visit their website and start planning your trip!

www.wvwinery.com

 

Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha WAA-Cha Sauces + Spices — Our New Farmers’ Market Vendor

JORDAN BRENNER’S HOT-CHA WAA-CHA hot sauce and spice blends debuted at the Nyack Farmers’ Market on August 2nd. From their website:

Started in 2012 by Kendell Brenner and his 8-year-old son, Jordan, Jordan Brenner’s Hot-cha WAA-cha Sauces + Spices Company is proud to offer the highest quality product to our customers. Kendell has been in the culinary industry for more than 27 years as a chef-instructor and entrepreneur. We use these rubs on almost every dish we make—grilling in the backyard or making pasta on the stove top. Our spices and sauces are a great addition to eggs, fish, chicken, steaks, salads and many other foods.

www.jordanssauces.com

Belle Jar Canning demos August 23, not August 9!


Oops — the Chamber newsletter this week announced Belle Jar Canning will be at the Farmers’ Market on August 9th. The correct date is August 23rd. Jams at 10:00am, pickles at 1:00am.