Learn about the history of Fulton Stall Market – once the annex to the famous Sloppy Louie’s Restaurant and the Fulton Ferry Hotel. Watch FSM’s Chef Paul Dorr recreate Louie’s famous Fish Stew recipe decades later in the same space that was once occupied by the restaurant. Recipe: Ciuppin di Pesce INGREDIENTS: 1 medium Carrot, sliced 2 medium Onions, sliced 1 clove Garlic 4 Tbsp Olive oil 3 lbs Fish in season, cooked and boned
Check out our latest Edible Installment featuring school chef George Edwards, farmer Cheryl Rogowski and Fulton Stall Market Advisor Bob Lewis! Learn about how Fulton Stall Market supports kids, farmers, local food and the community.
Edible InSTALLments: Jimmy Carbone, NY State Craft Beverage & The Schooner Apollonia
Join local tastemaker Jimmy Carbone as he chronicles the exciting recent history of New York State Craft Beverage and a new Hudson Valley sail freight project: The Schooner Apollonia. Their next docking date at Pier 16 to deliver goods to Fulton Stall Market is July 30th, so make sure you get your online order in ASAP! Order sail freight goods here by JULY 20th to pick up at the next docking on July 30th: //www.schoonerapollonia.com/dow…
Chef Paul demos one of our favorite lunches at Fulton Stall Market – a grilled cheese sandwich made with Cabot Cheese and a hearty tomato bisque soup! TOMATO BISQUE RECIPE: 1/2 cup of butter 3 cups of chopped onions 1 cup of chopped celery 2 tsp allspice 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/2 cup of rice flour 3 – 28-oz cans of tomatoes 1 tbsp of baking soda 4 cups of half & half
To celebrate all of the wonderful women producers, farmers and entrepreneurs at Fulton Stall Market, check out the first episode in their new video series, “Edible InSTALLments”! This episode is all about the women producers that make up Fulton Stall Market. Featuring Beth Litt of Brittle and Beyond, Annette Davis of Pudding Pan Desserts, Margot Reiss “The Soup Lady” of Kitchen 36, and FSM board member and founder of Beth’s Farm Kitchen Beth Linskey! Now
Join us May 8th & 9th, 2021 (Mother’s Day Weekend) for the Women in Food & Farming Festival at Stone Ridge Orchard in the Hudson Valley – 2 hours outside of New York City. SHOP, TASTE & LEARN! Sat., May 8: Shop 25+ vendors in a live farmers market with locally made handcrafted and artisanal food and products; local bread, hard cider, cakes, fruit loaves, granola, apples, apple sauce, jams & spreads, brittle, honey, maple,
While the last few months may have looked quite different from the bustling, weekend getaway-filled spring season we’re used to, there are still so many ways to enjoy the summer in New York State. Even while social distancing, the Sullivan Catskills is ripe with activities and experiences for you and your family. Fly fish, kayak, swim, bike, dine outside or grab some local beer & cider to go for a picnic in the mountains. The
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Sherburne, New York, is a one-stoplight town. But, that red circle isn’t the only reason for pause. It’s not unusual for drivers to make a U-turn when they see the large sign that reads “BEER” on the side of Bullthistle Brewing Co. And those otherwise passers-through are rewarded for their efforts. There’s nothing trendy about the craft beer Charlie Anderson makes here or the creative dishes Co-Owner Brad Taft creates. It’s simply food and beverage
It was supposed to be a place to retire. But, now it seems Kimm and Ken Schick are working harder than ever. Hummingbird Hills Winery is a labor of love, though. “We actually grow the product and create it here,” Ken says. “When we got in this business, we wanted to create a product that we make ourselves. “You have to have a passion for it, like any other farmer,” says the former contractor. Ken