Let’s give the gift of good food – all year, every week, every day. Whether putting together a gift basket, a celebratory feast for guests and family, or your daily meals, you will find everything you need at your own INDOOR Ramsey Farmers’ Market.
Baskets of fresh, local and seasonal vegetables and fruits from our fine farms, Blooming Hill Farm, Madura Farm and Orchards of Conklin, are here for you every Sunday. Need an extra special gift? Why not a gift certificate from Blooming Hill Farm or tickets to their next Farm Dinner scheduled for January 30.
Each week Mostly Myrtles spreads their tables with incredibly delicious, gluten free baked goods. For the holidays, Debra will have baked gluten and dairy free ginger snaps and even drizzled her excellent graham crackers with Belgium chocolate!
Larry, owner of Spice It Up, will have his colorful array of spices and dried herbs, including Mulling Spice for cider and wine or even for steaming- a great way to greet your guests with delightful fragrances.
A stop by Dutch Desserts is always a must where you’ll find Marjan’s outstanding fruit and nut tarts. Believe us when we say not even a crumb will be left!
Didn’t get a chance to pickup several packages of Anthony’s delicious raviolis, fresh pasta or mozzarella last week? We’ve convinced Fontanarosa to return again this Sunday with plenty from which to choose, but shop early for the best selections. Jayne will be glad to hold your purchase while you continue on your shopping journey.
Burt’s Mountain Honey is back this Sunday with Wayne’s delicious honey and honey products, including his popular honey sticks, honey comb, granules and more. And, if you’ve never triedBreezie Maple organic maple syrup, you’ll only need one taste and you’ll be hooked…honestly.
Edible tree ornaments and colorful gingerbread houses will abound at Meredith Breads tables- colorful, creatively decorated and delightful. Raspberry bars anyone? They do fly off the table quickly!
It’s the third Sunday of the month and B&B Jams returns with all of Steve’s fantastic jams. Steve uses locally sourced farm fruits, including those from Orchards of Concklin, to create many of his tempting jams and, when he is not at the market, you’ll find his jams with Alie from Orchards of Concklin.
JD Gourmet will have their broad range of superior flavored olive oils and balsamic vinegars for us and helpful suggestions for braising, roasting and garnishing – all to make a memorable holiday feast.
Country Lane Cheezecake has added an extra Sunday so you can pickup their variety packs of smooth and creamy- crowd pleasing cheesecakes and jars of caramel sauce – talk about explosions of flavor!
Farmer Matt wanted to let you know you can pre-order your dairy and eggs athttp://www.southtownfarms.com. He has stocked up on his sugar free bacon and will have all the sausages you’ll need to for your holidays.
Once you’ve chosen cheeses from farmer Lynn, owner of Lynnhaven Goat Farm, and Rebeckah from Valley Shepherd Creamery, you’ll want to pair these outstanding cheeses with those excellent crackers from Saratoga Crackers skillfully crafted by crackermaster, Theresa Alger. All small batch and handcrafted, Saratoga Crackers offers both sweet and savory crowd pleasing choices.
We’ll have so much from which to choose for your holiday celebrations. A gift from nationally and internationally award winning Luxx Chocolat is sure to impress. One glimpse, one taste – a totally decadent experience.
Stella’s Empanadas promised to bring all of their Argentinean-styled stuffed meat and vegetable pockets, but just to make sure you’ll have enough to carry you through the holidays, you may want to pre order at http://www.stellasempanadas.com.
Welcome Jim, owner of Rimi Studios, where you’ll find his lovely handcrafted pottery items to complete your holiday shopping.
We hope to see you this Sunday. Bring the family, meet friends or make new ones and enjoy another relaxing Sunday experience at your Ramsey Farmers’ Market.