Open June 7 thru November 21, Sundays 9am-2pm
The Tenafly Farmers Market had itsJune 7, 2009. The Market will run on Sundays 9am-2pm all through the summer and into November.
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Tenafly Farmers Market organizer/manager David Hughes with his wife, Liza. David, who also runs the Union Square Greenmarket in New York City, is a Tenafly resident and is bringing in top quality, unique and regional produce and food vendors into the area.
A list of some of the things you can get at the Tenafly Farmers Market.
9AM. Time to ring the opening bell!
The Farmers Market is located in the parking lot across the street from the Tenafly Post Office.
Goshen, NY vendor Glebocki Farm with a proud array of radishes.
Nice baby carrots.
Summer Squash at Glebocki Farms
Big Crowns of Broccoli, George Bush Sr’s favorite.
These are great in Stir-Frys with beef and garlic sauce.
Local sweet corn finally coming in in July.
Can’t make a pasta sauce without this stuff.
Plenty of organic greens if you need your nutrients and fiber.
Ballards is here to serve all your honey-oriented needs. This stuff is so good I saw David actually chug a bottle of this stuff!
These strawberries from Sycamore Farms will make a tasty treat!
One week from Sycamore you might get Kohlrabi white…
And then the next week, Purple!
These Sugar Snaps from Sycamore Farms were super sweet and crunchy.
Some lovely cherries, I had to buy two containers for $10. What a deal!
I prefer the regular red types but these are very pretty.
Yuno’s Farm from Bordertown, NY is one of the superpremium vendors that came for the grand opening.
Asparagus is right at the height of its season now, so grab it while its still good.
Yuno’s salad green mix with edible flowers.
These peppery mustard greens are in young form and are for salad.
An array of the various cooking and larger salad greens that Yuno carries.
This is an unusual type of New Zealand spinach.
Shishito peppers, sweet and crunchy.
Burpless Cucumbers, nice and crunchy and full of flavor.
Beautiful Purple Lettuce.
Lots of nice organic greens.
Red, Orange and Chioggia Beets at Yuno’s.
Here’s what we did with them later, a Tri-Color beet salad with Feta Cheese.
D&J Organic from Long Island shows off their French Sorrel, a very lemony and peppery green great for salads.
D&J has various kimchis as well as organic tofu.
These Garlic Scapes made a fantastic stir-fry with Chicken and oyster sauce.
Can’t have a summer event without a Jug Band!
Or cold drinks, for that manner!
Apple cider and natural juices, the good stuff.
Sunny Flowers at Glebocki
Packages of Zucchini Flowers ready for stuffing and deep frying
New York State Blueberries in Late July
Juicy Apricots (July)
And Sugar Plums (July)
No customer, no matter how young, will be refused!
Valley Shephard Creamery from Long Valley, NJ has some great cheeses and dairy products for sale.
Hard and creamy Sheep and Cow milk cheeses. I really liked the aged cheddar and the creamy gorgonzola-style blue.
The carte de fromage.
Not sure which one you want? Try a few.
And you can’t make a good cheese sandwich without nice bread from Boiceville, NY Bread Alone.
Man I could go for some of these.
But I opted for the whole grain.
The Tenafly Nature Center has a stand to educate residents about local flora and fauna. Did you know we had COYOTES in New Jersey?
Walden NY, vendor Hodgson Farms has nice flowering plants for sale.
A view of the Hodgson tent.
The Farmer’s Market is also pet friendly. Miguel the Portuguese Water Dog approves.