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Must-try stands at the Kingston Farmers' Market?

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I will be picking up some ground bork (beef/pork) at Fleisher's tomorrow morning and wanted to stop by the farmers' market. I only have about 30 minutes to shop around, so I was wondering if anyone could recommend any particular sellers. I'll be looking primarily for baked goods and produce, but any favorites that don't fit either category are more than welcome. Thank you!

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  1. 30 minutes will be more than enough. it's only 1 block. i've only been once, so can't reco anyone in particular, but with 30 minutes, you'll have more than enough time.

    if you don't like any of the apple pies there, there's a place on 9w when you're heading back (it stands out) which has nice apple pies. used to sell kristin's cream cheese cakes when she was still producing them from a store-like area....

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    1. re: bob gaj

      I was surprised at the variety of stands, but I actually didn't get a chance to try anything. I was lugging 14 lbs. of ground bork, so it was difficult to stop to get some food. The paella looked good.

      1. re: applesauce23

        applesauce23, thanks for reporting back. We will be heading to Kingston soon and plan to stop by the Farmer's Market. This is their web page:

        http://www.kingstonfarmersmarket.org/

        1. re: financialdistrictresident

          Freebird farms has, in my opinion, the best produce at the market. They have amazing chickens as well. Northwind farms always has a nice variety of meats available. The tamale stand is a personal favorite and i enjoy the mozzarella and breads that panzarella offers.