Nassau County Farmers Markets
Good Morning - just came back from the Lynbrook Farmers Market. It was opening day. They do have a seafood vendor set up there. There was a farm stand with different lettuces, a few radishes, some herbs and fresh Long Island Strawberries. A pickle vendor (the sweet cajun pickles are excellent). A home made soap vendor, a granola vendor and a seafood vendor.
the 2008 season is up and running.
as a local i patronize this market often and am happy with the quality and the variety.
the seafood vendor is a new addition this year,as is a bakery-cafe-sweet shop called"A taste of home".They are based at 1992-2016 north jerusalem road in north bellmore next to cvs.ph # is 516-486-1670.
the pickle guy has my favorite honey mustard pickles,but wasnt sure if they would survive a week in the refrigerator so i passed this time.
i had two of the sweeet shop onion rolls which were very tasty. alas the quiche and cider people ( aka the orchards of conklin) were a no-show on the 8th ( they will be there for the rest of the season i was told) and its too early for corn and tomatoes from the farmer who comes from orient.they hope both will be ready around july 4th maybe a little sooner.
my only concern is keeping seafood fresh during scorching hot weather like we had this past week,but everything was kept on ice and constantly refilled.
looking forward to sunday june 22nd. :)
Went to the East Meadow market on friday. ... It's in the back sort of but not hard to find... Veggie guy had very little: some lettuces, summer turnips and some cilantro and strawberries.
Next, was the pickle guy.... Greek pastry ladies.....Soap lady.....and one strange vender: A shop, located on N. Jerusalem ave in E.M.selling breads and pastries...I thought that was weird.
Looking forward to more venders and more product