So much new for this first weekend in February...

First a little inspiration for lunch or a light dinner.....
all available from LICK The Market, of course

Frisée and Pigasso’s nitrate free smoked bacon, a coarse mustard vinaigrette, topped with a poached egg(s) from Northern Star Farm or Pigasso!

(don’t poached eggs make everything better?)

Then we’ll move right on to dessert!

David Ludke’s gluten free (dee-lish!) tarts will be back this week along with those gorgeous lady cakes from The Red Barn. To cut the sweetness we have a few new flavors in our ever popular ice cream department, these are limited.…….

Very Blueberry
Toasted Coconut
Banana Cookie
Black Raspberry
Rum Raisin
Salted Colossal Pistachio
Thai Coconut
Boysenberry Sorbet

Bread! LOAF is closed again this week but on Friday we will be stocked with pan a l'ancienne and a limited amount of Quinoa and bialy. Saturday we'll have more pan a l'ancienne, quinoa and ciabatta. These arrive throughout the mornings so call ahead if you're specifically coming for bread.

Along with our line-up of arugula, mesclun, spinach, kale, frisée, rainbow chard, fennel and leeks we have some new items in the veggie and fruit department too:

Organic Broccoli

Organic Russian Banana Fingerling Potatoes
This heirloom cultivar of Russian origin is petite in size allowing them to cook quickly, making them perfect if you don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. Mild and nutty with earthy undertones.

Organic Comice Pears

The formal name for this 19th c. French cultivar is Doyenne Du Comice.
Blushed green and small in size these are considered the sweetest and juiciest of pears.

Also new this week:

Traditional Pork
Chicken Liver with Black Truffles
and, get this....Pigasso’s Liverwurst is similar to a pate and it’s delicious!

The most exciting addition of the week……

Fresh Fish!

With the help of our distributor and the Monterey Bay Sea Aquarium’s Sustainability Guide we’ll bring you the freshest fish that’s also ocean friendly.

We’ll start with farm raised Arctic Char:

a rich taste with a flavor profile somewhere between trout and salmon (two of it's relatives) and ranging in color from light pink to deep red with moderately firm but fine flakes.

and wild caught Halibut is
our second fresh fish offering of the week: Firm, mild, meaty fish that can stand up to a spicy sauce or tampanade or even compliment delicate butter and lemon!

We'll have our usual beautiful cut flowers from Cedar Farm, and array of local cheeses including the most velvety fresh ricotta and sultry burrata, milk and cream from RonnyBrook, Butter! Lamb, pork and chicken from Northern Star and Pigasso.

Organic, grass fed beef from Miller's Crossing.
Granola and local organic polenta; dried herbs and herbal teas from Red Oak Farm in Stuyvesant.
Apples, squash, onions and cider! from Samacott's in Kinderhook.
Carrots, sweet potatoes from Miller's crossing
Organic beets; parsnips, garlic and shallots; CNG Onions from Blue Star Farm and so much more!

Thanks for your support Hudson (and visiting guests!)

p. 518-828-7254

Friday 12-7
Saturday 9-5
Sunday 12-5