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Montauk’s Farmers Market is Back!

Carb lovers follow me over to Carissa’s Breads to choose from a selection of assorted breads and baked goods. Baked fresh daily just for you by artisan baker Carissa Waechter of Amagansett. Next up, stop by Darcy’s Delights and try a few more standout bread selections including pumpkin, banana, lemon, butter, zucchini and carrot. Dawn’s Delicious Delights offers up gluten-free cookies, pie in a jar, fresh scones, brownies and more and Night Owl Baker creates a twist with wild yeasted, triple fermented naturally leavened bread from organic blended flours. Make way for lots of honey. East End Apiaries carries the most delightful local honey for that perfect cup of tea. Decadence at its best! Treat yourself to a bit of Fat Ass Fudge made from goat’s milk. Brownies, fudge sauce and toffee are a few additional favorites available as well. Mecox Bay Dairy offers a range of artisanal raw milk cheeses, grass fed beef and pasteurized pork. Sweet Andie’s Cookies is the perfect match for an ice cold glass of organic milk. Quail Hill Farm/Peconic Land Trust offers the freshest vegetables, herbs, chicken and duck eggs. In addition, Regina’s Farm and Goodale Farms offer customers the freshest and most crisp produce, ripe fruits and baked goods. Open Minded Organics offers naturally grown fresh and dried mushrooms; herbs; flowers and produce. Pierpont’s Blossoms Farms displays an exciting assortment of plants, flowers and cut flowers for the home of a special person in your life. For those market goers and foodies who are in search of unique edible delights, check out Horman’s Best Pickles. This 3rd generation pickling vendor offers the best artisanal pickles on the East End.



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The Montauk Farmers Market is now open every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Green.

Sannino Bella Vita Vineyards offer an assortment of locally produced wines to pair with any gourmet meal. If wine is not your thing, Pure Cool is a great choice for those who like to count calories or drink mocktails. Try their new sparkling coconut water. And for the youngsters, pick up some fresh artisanal lemonade from Sweet Tauk. Finally, after dinner or for your wake up call before work, enjoy a fresh cup of True Blue Coffee, an organic single estate Blue Mountain coffee. Available by the pound. Stop by on Thursdays and share in one of the East End’s premier farmers markets. For more information, please call 631-668-2428.

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W here can you find the freshest and best artisanal food delights on the East End? In the heart of Montauk! The Montauk Farmers Market is now open every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Green. Come and peruse a variety of exquisite vendors and wow your taste buds. Here’s the rundown. Amagansett Sea Salt Co., offers up their artisanal sea salt blends made with care by owners Natalie and Steven Judelson of Amagansett. From the ocean to the bottle, this delicious sea salt is available in a variety of flavors and will compliment any great recipe. Amber Waves Farm will not disappoint with their hand-picked selection of organically grown vegetables in addition to wheat berries and whole-wheat flour. Arlotta Food Studio’s organic olive oil (also offered in flavors) balsamic vinegars, tapenades and artisan pasta are the perfect answer to any home cooked Italian meal. If naturally grown produce is your preference, or you desire a simple pick-me-up bouquet of flowers then Balsam Farms is a great choice.

Fresh preserves anyone? Josephine’s Feast! uses local ingredients and fruits to make preserves, spice rubs, condiments and organic BBQ sauce. If Life is Grruff, treat your special little furry friend to all natural dog treats. These yummy dog treats are made with no preservatives, no salt and no sugar. Your dog will love them! The summer has only begun, but Pete’s Endless Summer BBQ sauces, marinades and rubs will keep the summer rolling along with the perfect flavoring to add to your next family backyard soiree. Next up, and the most important part of dining experience, is the wine! Pindar, Duck Walk and


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