“I like to stuff a red pepper with cooked rice, pesto and diced mushroom. Then I drizzle olive oil over the pepper, sprinkle with lemon pepper salt.
Just wrap in foil and place at the edge of the campfire for ten minutes, turn, then ten minutes more. Open up and sprinkle a little grated cheese on top. Yummm!”
– Liz Sample, Hillsdale NY
Eat this as a salad, or fill a wrap with it! Can be made a day ahead of time.
Cucumber (mini one)
– Sara Sabo
Thanks to local artist Jane Weaver, we now have a charming new family of barnyard animals at the entrance to our barn. But the cow, pig, mama sheep and her 2 lambs need names! (the dog is photo bombing…. he doesn’t need a new name).
Submit your suggestions for names at the Manager’s table, or in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winners will get bragging rights, and also a special surprise!
Exciting news for our market! Copake Hillsdale Farmers Market made it into the finals of the annual “Best of Columbia County” contest. We would love to take home the top slot this year… will you support us?
All you need to do is VOTE at www.hudsonvalley360.com/bocc
Scroll down to the 6 boxes with categories. You can begin at any category, it will loop back to where you started. In order for your cote to be counted, you must cast 10 votes in all. There are PLENTY of fabulous Copake and Hillsdale businesses in the finals, including some of our vendors! Woo hoo!
DEADLINE is JUNE 6th. Thank you!
Every season, we think to ourselves, “How can we ever improve on this amazing lineup of farmers and vendors? This can’t be topped.” But we did!
First, we are so proud to say that ALL of our regular vendors from last season are joining us again. That speaks volumes. It means that they have your support and loyalty, and also that they feel the market is doing a good job for them.
We are excited to welcome THREE new vendors this year:
Borough Mushrooms, located in Copake, grows specialty mushrooms for restaurants, grocery stores and greenmarket customers in the greater New York City area. more “2019 Vendor Lineup!”
Many of you will have already heard the very sad news of Susan Scheck’s recent passing. We send our warmest thoughts to her family and friends.
For several years, Susan was a frequent and popular guest at our market in her role as Master Gardener. She answered any and all questions with expertise and humor.
To learn a bit more about Susan’s many skills and interests, visit this link posted by Cornell Cooperative Extension: