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Rhinebeck Farmers Market Opens One Last Time

Visitors to the Rhinebeck Farmers Market will be able to sample their Blue Ribbon winning pumpkin waffles with warm cinnamon apples. This is the last outdoor market for the year. Photo Credit: Rhinebeck Farmers Market
Thanksgiving cooks will find plenty of fresh items to use to prepare their meals at the Rhinebeck Farmers Market this Sunday. This is the last outdoor market of the year. Photo Credit: Rhinebeck Farmers Market

NORTHWEST DUTCHESS, N.Y. -- Sunday is the last Rhinebeck Farmers Market for the season.

Officials with the market say the Thanksgiving market this weekend will be packed, and to help get you there they will be serving free tastes of their Blue Ribbon Winning Recipe for Pumpkin Waffles with Warm Cinnamon Apples from 11 a.m. until they are gone.

Visitors to the market can find everything from blue cheese made in Berkshire County, Mass., from whole unpasteurized Jersey cow's milk, to jams and chutneys made in the Hudson Valley from locally grown fruits in an 1850s farmhouse.

Although this is the last outdoor market for the year, the Winter Market will open inside the Rhinebeck Town Hall at 80 E. Market St on alternate Sundays beginning Dec. 6.

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