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We might be biased, but here in the Catskills we have some of best cheese in the world! Cheese made from the milk of 100 percent grass-fed animals is the highest in nutrients and also contains omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin K. Find your favorites from Byebrook Farm, Brovetto Dairy and Cheese House LLC., Lime Kiln Farm, Eternal Flame Farm Market and Tonjes Farm Dairy to name a few! For more cheese producers including our goat cheese producers, search here.

Root Vegetables

Complete your Thanksgiving meal with locally grown root vegetables this year. Our farmers grow everything from potatoes, sweet potatoes and carrots, to onions, garlic, yams and beets. High in vitamins and minerals that they absorb from the ground, root vegetables are full of nutrients and are an excellent source of fiber. Check out this recipe from our Pure Catskills Pinterest Page for Oven-Roasted Root Vegetables courtesy of Food Network Kitchen and head to the Pure Catskills Recipe page for more recipes.


Bring local wine with you to your holiday celebrations this month. Our Pure Catskills members have what you need! Products range from dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet to sweet, and are made from apples, blueberries and grapes grown on-site or sourced from other New York farms in our region. Pick up a bottle from Blue Sky Farm & Winery, KyMar Farm Winery and Distillery, Pail Shop Vineyards Winery & Tasting Room, or Catskill Cellars, we promise they won’t disappoint!  


Skip the store-bought bird this Thanksgiving and head to your local farmer for the real-deal. Not only is it healthier for you, supporting our local farmers makes everything last better! Purchase a turkey from these Pure Catskills members: Abbas Acres, Black Willow Pond Farm, Cooper’s Ark Farm, Heather Ridge Farm, Horton Hill Farm, Burn Ayr FarmRoot 'N Roost Farm, Brookside Farm & Maple, Foxtail Community Farm, Eagle Hollow Farm, Greenane Farms,  Heather Ridge Farm, and  Two Pods in a Pea.