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Autumn Market Colors, Cazenovia, NY

written by Penny Sadler

Have you ever been to Cazenovia, New York? If you read Budget Traveler, maybe you’ve heard of it. Cazenovia placed second in the magazine’s annual contest, Coolest Small Towns in America.

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Presbyterian Church across the street from the Farmer’s Market.

I’d never even heard of Cazenovia, but serendipity stepped in and offered me a chance to visit.
I’m just back from that trip, and Cazenovia has my vote. I’m going to tell you all about it in another post, but first I have to share these beautiful autumn market colors with you.

Autumn Market, Cazenovia NY @PSadler 2014

A bushel and a peck of NY state apples

I think one of the best ways to discover an area is to visit local markets. The products being sold there tell you a lot about the people: their sensibilities, values, passions, and lifestyle.

Autumn Market Colors, Cazenovia, NY

Canon Park, Albany St.

The Cazenovia Farmer’s Market is located in Canon Park, on Albany Street, and is held every Saturday from 10th of May to 1st of November. I was there last Saturday in the pouring rain. I chatted with almost all of the vendors and commented that I was surprised they were open. One woman who makes lovely pottery said, “But of course, you’re here.” Most said, “A little rain won’t stop me.” That pretty much sums up the personality of Cazenovia.

Winter market dates are: November 15, December 20, January 17, February 21, March 21, and April 18th. The market is open from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

All of these photos were taken with my iPhone 5S. I hope you’ll enjoy the vibrant fall colors, beautiful produce, and a few sneak peeks of what I’ll be sharing in my next post on Cazenovia.

Autumn Market, Cazenovia, NY

August Moon Art

Autumn Market @PennySadler 2014

A variety of colorful goodness

Autumn Market, Cazenovia, NY

I brought home the Cascardita, a raw goat’s milk cheese

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Original Scottish Shortbread by Sherri Miller

Autumn Market Colors @PennySadler 2014

Pumpkins and Chinese Lanterns

Autumn Market Colors @PennySadler 2014

Have you ever seen multi-colored carrots before?

Autmn Market in Cazenovia, NY

Rise, artisan breads

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Goat cheese curds, Feta, and more from 7 Trees Dairy

Autumn Market Colors, Cazenovia, NY @PennySadler 2014

Rainbow chard and beets, the colors of autumn

Do you visit markets when you travel? Do you enjoy visiting small towns?

p.s. The Cazenovia Farmer’s Market moves indoors for the winter to American Legion Post 88.

Vendors:

CreeksideMeadowsFarm
Frosty Morning Farm
Tartine Bake Shop
Peanut Lane
August Moon Arts
Rise
7 Trees Dairy Goats
Meadowood Farms

Copyright Penny Sadler 2014 for Adventures of a Carry-on

 

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8 comments

Kel November 5, 2014 at 9:02 am

Those carrots! Gorgeous!

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Penny Sadler November 5, 2014 at 10:10 am

Honestly, the produce at this market is the most beautiful produce I’ve seen anywhere, including very high end grocery stores. Amazing!

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Cat of Sunshine and Siestas October 22, 2014 at 4:39 pm

I am a sucker for markets! Going to a festival dedicated to ham this weekend – I go every year!

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Penny Sadler October 22, 2014 at 10:41 pm

A festival only for ham? Jamon?

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Aileen Randolph October 22, 2014 at 6:46 am

Thanks for coming to the market! Past the cannon, there were more vendors–Empire Buffalo, Cazenovia Cutblock, Navarino Orchards, Drover Hill Farm, MountainGrown Farms, Dizzy Lizzie’s, Local Roots, Goosegreen Farms and Sweet Indulgence Desserts! Winter dates are the third Saturday of every month, starting Nov 15.

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Penny Sadler October 22, 2014 at 9:28 am

Hi Aileen, Thanks for the update on the market dates and the vendors. I look forward to seeing you next time I’m in Cazenovia

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Lillie - @WorldLillie October 21, 2014 at 9:26 pm

Love it! Multicolored carrots are my new obsession. Just cooked a bunch into a calzone!
I’ll have to check out Cazenovia on my next trip through New York.

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Penny Sadler October 21, 2014 at 9:27 pm

God that sounds delicious! You’ll love Caz.

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