Happenings

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    Thanksgiving menu

    It is hard to believe but Thanksgiving is just around the corner. This year again we are offering Thanksgiving items to help make the big day a little easier for you and your guests. You can order one dish or several to allow you to spend more time with your family and friends. Order here. To sta[...]
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    Farm Lunch / Perfect Ten fundraiser October 23rd

    Mimi has been involved with Perfect Ten for a number of years and we are very happy to be hosting a fundraiser for them. The Hudson area has received a lot of press recently about being a wonderful place to visit or live which, of course, it is. We all know that, however, Hudson also has challenges[...]
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    Do Preserve book, co-authored by Mimi, available May 7th at our farm store

    Just in time for the season DO Preserve is here in print with eighty recipes organized in chapters covering the use of sugar, vinegar, alcohol, oil, salt and drying to capture the intense flavor of freshly picked seasonal produce. This book is a collaborative effort between three friends (Anja, J[...]

Features

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    Questions For Sue Decker

    Sue Decker is the farmer at Blue Star Farm in Stuyvesant and Kinderhook, NY. We started buying vegetables from Sue before we had our farm, while we were weekenders when we shopped at Hudson farmers' market. We now buy many of our vegetables from Sue throughout the year for the farm kitchen. The vege[...]
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    Ten Questions for the Ironwood Farmers

    Ironwood Farm, just a few miles from us, is one of the two farms we buy most of our produce from for our farm kitchen here at Little Ghent Farm. We really appreciate that they are a new business like us and being able to support their efforts by buying their product is important to us. Mostly though[...]
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    We're Featured in Edible Hudson Valley Magazine

    ... and that's one of our pigs on the front cover. "Evolve Or Die" Written by Abby Luby, Photographs by Meredith Heuer "The brown paper packaging stamped in stippled black ink says “Bread & EGGS.” Beneath that are the words “Laid in Ghent, NY.” The simple, homespun parcel is emblematic [...]