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Welcome The Alchemist’s Kitchen

Welcome The Alchemist’s Kitchen

We’re excited to welcome our newest vendor at the market, The Alchemist’s Kitchen! Already a huge hit in New York, we are excited they are bringing their unique brand of wellness to the Stockton Market. Grand Opening is set for August 10th.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen connects you with the power of plants. They work with the finest herbalists who produce high quality botanical medicines, herbal remedies, and whole plant beauty products.

The Philosophy

A growing movement of conscious consumption and contemporary herbalism is underway. The Alchemist’s Kitchen believes in building awareness around the impact of purchasing decisions on our planet and our bodies. Supporting holistic health practices while caring for the world we live in and educating on what it means to create a lifestyle around wellness that is environmentally and ethically responsible.

The products are vetted brands that meet high, exacting standards for sustainable practices and social commitment, with an emphasis on goods that reflect the deep personal involvement of their producers.

The Makers and Community

The inventive makers of the herbal and botanical products are mostly small farm-based facilities operating across the United States – from Vermont, to the mid-coast of Maine, to Colorado, and the Pacific Northwest. Many of the makers specialize in one or two distinctive offerings, which are available for the community all over the world to discover and experience.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen is online, as well as on Facebook and Instagram. They also have two locations in New York. Our flagship space at 21 East 1st Street, in the Bowery, includes a tonic bar where we serve fresh botanical, state-changing elixirs, and presents a full calendar of events. There is also a tonic bar and botanical dispensary at ABC Home, 888 Broadway at East 19th street.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen also host online webinars, courses and in-store events to help members of the community learn about product health benefits, origins, production processes, and how to incorporate them into their daily wellness regimens.

Visit their website for even more information: thealchemistskitchen.com

TOAST to open at Stockton Market on Friday, November 17th

TOAST To Open At Stockton Market On Friday, November 17th

Toast is the newest venture by Natasha Nepveu, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Natasha trained at The NoMad Restaurant and Contra in New York City, and Attica, in Melbourne, Australia. She recently helped Chef Diego Garcia open Gloria, a pescatarian restaurant in Manhattan.

Working closely with Stone Oven Bakery at Apple Ridge Farms, Toast will present a range of breads with toppings of egg salad, chicken salad, compound butters, smoked salmon, sprats (smoked sardines), and more. Specialty sandwiches include a cubano and open-faced smashed pea with poached egg.

A range of salads will be offered in half-pint, pint and quart containers.

We Welcome Oldwick Soup to our Vendor Roster

We Welcome Oldwick Soup To Our Vendor Roster

The ultimate soup from the ultimate soup maker!

The Oldwick Soup Company has created a unique variety of artisanal, exceptionally flavored soups made with healthy and locally sourced ingredients. They rotate varieties with the season and one taste will “WOW” you and keep you coming back for more. And… they regularly donate a portion of each soup batch to a variety of food pantries and shelters.

Artisanal, small batch, creative and distinctive crafted soups with a new soup variety each week. Enjoy a bowl soon!

You’ll “Love The Soup!”

Cider Fest!

Cider Fest!

Cider Fest at the Stockton market starting on Friday Oct 20th at 12:00 to 8:00 -Saturday 9-4 and Sunday 10-4. Ironbound Hard Cider located in Asbury,N.J. will be providing the cider on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday the cider will be provided by Tabora Farms located in Perkasie,P.A.

The vendors will be making apple based foods such as apple cider cream pie, apple pizza, apple raisin walnut tapenade and applewood bacon.

Stop in grab some cider and pair with your favorite Stockton market foods! Don’t forget on Friday the 20th Larry Tritel will be strumming some tunes to add to the cider fest fun!