Kilpatrick Farm Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

Freshly picked zucchini blossoms are a special summer treat. These beautiful, golden blossoms grow from the zucchini plant and announce the beginning of a new vegetable. They are delicate, yet sturdy and have a subtle earthy taste. You can find blossoms at your local farmers market or grow your own zucchini in large pots. The […]

June 24, 2011 in recipes by

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Hand Melon Farm Margaritas

Made from the best cantaloupes I’ve ever had from the Hand Melon Farm, these margaritas have a great balance of spiciness and sweetness. The spicy margarita is a great summer drink that allows you to take full advantage of summer’s sweet fruit. My first introduction to the spicy Margarita was at Jose Malone’s in Troy, New […]

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The Locavore Challenge

In 2010, NOFA-NY hosted its first ever Locavore Challenge to run throughout the month of September.  Planning for the 2011 Locavore Challenge is already underway. The goal is to have more than 4,000 participants throughout the state involved in this event. For more information or to volunteer to help, please contact Lea Kone. To learn more about The Northeast […]

June 23, 2011 in Programs by

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Calling all Cooks!

Slow Food Saratoga Region is looking to put together a group of passionate cooks to share their passion with others and volunteer their time to teach others how to cook tasty, easy meals with local ingredients. If you’re interested in participating, send us a message here!

June 23, 2011 in Local Causes by

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Denison Farm CSA

Community Supported Agriculture Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a unique collaboration connecting people to a local farm and farmer. When you become a CSA member, you agree to support the costs of running the farm in exchange for a share of the harvest. By contributing a membership fee in advance, you become a partner with […]

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Kilpatrick Family Farm CSA

Community Supported Agriculture Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a unique collaboration connecting people to a local farm and farmer. When you become a CSA member, you agree to support the costs of running the farm in exchange for a share of the harvest. By contributing a membership fee in advance, you become a partner with […]

June 23, 2011 in Programs by

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Zehr & Son’s Mushroom Farm

Wild mushrooms Jeremy Zehr Ghent 672-4869

June 22, 2011 in producers by

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Underwood’s Shushan Valley Hydro Farm

190 acre former dairy farm in the rolling hills of Shushan. We have now grown hydroponic vegetables for the past 15 years. We grow all natural tomatoes, basil, lettuce, spinach, arugula and a variety of other herbs utilizng organic practices and IPM throu Phyllis Underwood Shushan 854-9564 peunderwood@wildblue.net

June 22, 2011 in producers by

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Sweet Spring Farm

Cheese products: Fresh chevre in several flavors, and White Lily, a ripened white-rind cheese, all made from our own farmstead Nubian goat’s milk. Carriage House, a raw milk, 6-month aged cheese available seasonally. Jeffrey Bowers Argyle 692-7445 jeffrey.bowers@sweetspringfarm.com

June 22, 2011 in producers by

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Stevens Vegetable Farm

See us at the Glens Falls, Saratoga, and Warrensburg Farmers’ Markets. 25 years of operation in diversified vegetables, bedding plants, and ornamentals. Come to the farm to pick your own vegetables in August and September. Steve & Dee Stevens Argyle 638-8879 deidre@wildblue.net

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