As the growing season comes to a close and we reap the last of the year's local harvest, many area cooks and the people they love (and feed) will enjoy a rare treat. The farmers at Cayuga Pure Organics (CPO) have, in their third season, grown an abundance of delicious, local black, pinto and other beans. If this news of the lowly bean doesn't sound like sweet music to your ears, consider this.
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Organic pizza in great new flavors? Yes, please! And check out local dryer balls and applesauce from two area farms.
Have you found Hudson Valley Flat Bread pizzas (83 percent or more organic) in our freezers? Look again: they're there at a lower price and in several new flavors (Roasted Goat cheese, anyone?). Next, from Fibers N Creations of Willseyville, NY, we've got dryer balls made from local hand-felted wool, an all-natural way to soften laundry and decrease drying time. (Lace them with drops of essential oil!) Think local for applesauce, too. We've just added one from Crooked Carrot Farms, straight outta Danby, made from a delicious mix of apple varieties and packed in a handsome 24-oz. jar. Then there's Black Diamond Farm applesauce from Trumansburg, which includes homegrown heirloom apples. Their pint-sized option has a great texture, and no sugar. In the sweetness department, we've added Madugno A4 maple syrup, family made and family run, from Deposit, NY. GreenStar is their first retailer outside of their own farm stand! Finally, beat Ithaca heat with an Ithaca innovation: Celia's Ice Pops come in awesome flavors (apple cider rosemary!).