Fall is just around the corner, school has begun and the weather is beginning to crisp. Starting off the Fall season is the Jewish Holiday Rosh Hashanah followed by the Sabbath, Yom Kippur. This year Rosh Hashanah will be celebrated between Wednesday September 20th and Friday September 24th. This holiday marks the beginning of the 10 days of penitence culminating in Yom Kippur where the Jewish community fasts from September 29th – 30th.

Lucy’s Jewish New Year and “Break the Fast” menus both offer a wide range of entrees, starters and desserts. Whether you’re celebrating with just a few members of the family, or a whole crowd Lucy’s has you covered.

Happy New Year!

STARTERS
Chicken Soup w/Julienne Carrots and Fresh Dill - $8.95 (24 oz.)
Deviled Eggs - 1dz - $12.95
Chopped Chicken Liver -  $9.95/lb

SIDES

Apple Noodle Kugel (order by the piece or tray) - $45/tray or $4/ea.
Sautéed Green Beans w/ Wild Mushroom -  $10.25/lb
Tzimmes (sweet potatoes, apricots, prunes, orange juice) - $10.25/lb
Fresh Beets, Carrots and Walnuts - $12.25/lb
Cauliflower with Lentils & Dates - $10.95/lb
Honey Roasted Carrots - $10.25/lb

ENTRÉES
Almond Citrus Crusted Salmon - $30.95/lb
Smothered Chicken w/Onions & Chicken Stock - $16.25/lb
Roasted Frenched Chicken w/Dates, Olives & Capers - $16.25/lb
Brisket w/Caramelized Onions and Carrots - $28.95/lb

SPECIALTY ITEMS
Round Challah with or without Raisins - $9.95 each
Chocolate or Plain Macaroons - $3.00 each
Honey Cake - $14.95 each
Rugelach - $12.95/dz

These items will be available  Wednesday, 9/20 thru Sunday, 9/24.

Every year the owners and managers at Lucy’s venture into the city for The Fancy Food show, which is exactly what it says on the tin: A Fancy Food Show. Thousands of vendors from all over the world come to this event to show case their products. Some companies are brand new, just dipping their toes into the vast food world while others are fully submerged companies that have been successful for decades.

One day at this event isn’t nearly enough time to try everything, but we do our best to get the full experience. This year we tried many new and unique types of food including, tofu jerky, hemp popcorn, dried fruit, salmon seasoning, salt and peppers, chocolate and of course loads and loads of cheese. The variety of food at this event is staggering, so it’s always good to cleanse the palate between samples.

We left the show with both our bellies and our minds stuffed to the brim. We walked off our new ideas through the beautiful Pride Parade and left New York fully satisfied. Included are some of the pictures from the Fancy Food Show and our day in New York. Keep an eye out for the new products coming to Lucy’s soon!  

LUCY’S NOR’EASTER

One of the best parts about working in the ever growing food industry is getting to try new products on a regular basis. All over the world people are making things that have never been done before, as well as individualizing age old recipes. While we don’t always get to travel the globe in search of the next big thing, weekend getaways have become a hunt for delicious and locally grown products.  From the Berkshires, to Pennsylvania and all the way up to Vermont, the North East has got some amazing stuff that you can’t find in your everyday grocery store. And when the ingredients and labor are local it’s a win win for the environment and the consumer.

A few products sold at Lucy's include:

LES COLLINES– Berkshires - Delicious and uniquely flavored Jams

MELINDA MAE – Connecticut –Soft cheese

FIRST FIELD – New Jersey – Ketchup made with fresh Jersey tomatoes

ECLAT– Pennsylvania – European inspired Chocolate

SMACKAROONS – Pennsylvania – Chocolate and Ginger flavored Macaroons

LENKA BARS – Pennsylvania – Handmade Granola Bars

BAYLEY HAZEN BLUE – Jasper Hill, Vermont – Award winning Blue Cheese

*Honorable Mentions*

ROOTS & BRANCHES – North Carolina – Deliciously crafted crackers

BIG SPOON ROASTERS – North Carolina – The best nut butter you've ever had. Period.

Nestled in the beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is Jasper Hill Farms, the cheese company that is slowly but surely making a name for itself in the United States and abroad. One taste of their cheese’s will tell you that they’re the best at what they do and one visit to the farm will tell you why. In addition to an abundance of cows, Jasper Hills Farms has its own science lab and a staff who understands microbiology and the effect environment and method has on production. Like how Kentucky is to Bourbon, the North East Kingdom is to Jasper Hill’s cheese. Although the farm only became a research lab a few years ago it is well underway to affecting the future of cheese and its production in the United States for generations to come.

 To read more about this check out the New York Times article:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/06/dining/jasper-hill-farm-cheese-science.html?_r=0

Or stop by Lucy’s to try some of the cheese out for yourself. We carry the award winning Bayley Hazen Blue which is delectable on a burger with a glass of red wine, and the Harbison which is a soft ripened cheese with a rustic bloomy rind that is the perfect appetizer with oaky white wine and crusty bread.

If you’re a cheese loving localvore like us, you’re going to love Jasper Hill Farms.

Lucy’s Kitchen and Market prioritizes using the freshest ingredients. It matters to us that the food we offer is high-quality, and often local. Zone 7, a business specializing in freshness and locality, provides us with farmed products ranging from produce to eggs. The benefits to eggs from Nature’s Own Farm (in place of commercial eggs) are endless. Chickens raised free-range on farms are healthier than those who lay factory eggs, which naturally makes their eggs more wholesome. Free of restrictive cages, farm chickens have the opportunity to spend time outdoors with ample space and sunlight, supplying them with Vitamin D and other nutrients that factory chickens lack. Chickens on Nature’s Own Farm are not given antibiotics or growth hormones. Visually, yolks from farm-raised chickens have a more vibrantly orange color, whereas factory ones are pale yellow and less sturdy. Plus, the coop to carton to plate time for farm eggsis dramatically less than commercial eggs. Check out our Facebook page for a video of Nature’s Own cleaning their eggs!

http://freshfromzone7.com/

http://www.naturesownfarm.com/index.html

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