Saturday, December 24, 2011

Thursday, December 8, 2011

oh, and we now have a grilled cheese menu

just in time for the snow!  
menu changes weekly.

this week we have:

grilled ham and brie with oven roasted tomatoes on Dogwood Bread 

or grilled VT pepper jack with tomato and avocado on homemade parmesan bread

Sunday, December 4, 2011

what's new, you ask?

 honest to goodness homemade croissants,

country biscuit sandwiches

and apple cinnamon twists

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Thanksgiving Market!

Green Point Foods 
 Thanksgiving Farmers Market
Sunday November 20th 
featuring Fledging Crow, Asgaard Farms and more!!
 Come by to stock up for your thanksgiving feast 

order forms available for pies + sides 
 (which will be available for pick up 
all day wednesday and from 
8:00 am until Noon Thanksgiving Thursday) 

also buy a ticket for the 
second annual 
Green Point Foods Pie Raffle! 
$2 tickets benefit the Keene Food Pantry

Monday, October 31, 2011

Moving and Cleaning and Painting and Prepping

In order to further recover from the flood damage
and to spend a week staring at our new baby,
Green Point Foods
will be closed 
Tuesday November 1st
and reopening Thursday November 10th

Thanksgiving menus will be available this weekend;
get those pie orders in early!
(We'd like to have them by Sunday November 20th)

Friday, October 21, 2011

Sunday Market

Farmers Market at Green Point Foods: every Sunday until Thanksgiving!

there might be cheese, there might be chickens, there might be apples there might be bison....but there will always be Fledging Crow's amazing vegetables.

and there will usually be our own homemade pies

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Rustic Apple Tarts

Sorry Bitty, I'm going to have to disagree with you; nothing beats a flakey buttery crust.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

new hours

You're undoubtedly as sick of hearing about this flood as we are sick of living in this muddy mess.  However, in order to manage our time between getting the store/home back together and baking muffins and pies, we are now going to be closed on Tuesdays as well as Wednesdays for the rest of the season.  Sorry for the inconvenience but we look forward to seeing you all Thursday through Monday.

Oh, and one more flood related issue: the Keene Recovery Fund Website is up and running.  Check it out  

Here's to an uneventful fall!

Saturday, September 3, 2011

the adirondacks are still open for business!

thanks, Towns and Trails, for putting this list together and all of the information gathering you have done this week!

Friday, September 2, 2011

We're Open!

with a limited menu
but open nonetheless.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Keene Flood Recovery Fund Launched

The Keene Community Trust, in partnership with the Adirondack Community Trust, has launched a Flood Recovery Fund to assist the residents, seasonal residents and business owners of Town of Keene, NY (including the hamlets of Keene, Keene Valley and St. Huberts) recover from the flood damage resulting from Tropical Storm Irene. A special account has been established to receive contributions for distribution for those in need.

“People are hurting,” said Keene Community Trust secretary Phyllis Buchanan. “Many have suffered catastrophic losses, including destruction of their homes and businesses furniture, cars, clothing and other personal item. Local farmers lost their crops and store owners found their inventory covered in mud. This fund will provide immediate assistance to help the people of our community get back on their feet while government agencies work on rebuilding infrastructure. Down the road, we have a firehouse to rebuild and re-equip and a library to repair.

“The floodwaters exceeded all records. Raging brooks and rivers tore through homes and business that don’t have flood insurance. Damaged walls and insulation have to be removed quickly and restored before mold sets in. Winter will soon be upon us—we have to act now. We are establishing this fund so we as a community can help our friends and neighbors rebuild and restore our hamlets.”

A special allocations committee is being established along with simple application forms so that those seeking assistance can do so easily and the funds distributed fairly and quickly. All contributions are tax-deductible. The Adirondack Community Trust will provide administrative and accounting support. Both the Keene and Adirondack Community Trust hope that this effort will provide a model for other communities to consider as a means of addressing their own challenges.

“We understand that there are both emotional and financial needs, and at the same time sweat equity too can be a valuable contribution,” said Buchanan. “We are working closely with our local civic, spiritual, educational and public leaders to take a proactive approach to providing assistance, avoiding duplication and prioritizing our response. Keene is a very special place. It is a community where every person is valued.”

A web site is being established. In the meantime, contributions can be made out to: ACT/ Keene Flood Recovery Fund and mailed to: Adirondack Community Trust, PO Box 288, Lake Placid, NY 12946. For further information contact Melissa Eisinger at 518-523-9904.

Naj Wikoff: 518.576.2063

Melissa Eisinger: 518.523.9904

Thank you

 thank you to everyone who has helped, is helping and will help;
we don't even know what to say, we are overwhelmed with love and support.

we're going to try to open, in some form or another, by this weekend.  
there will be molasses cookies again!

(also thank you to this fence for keeping all of that debris out of our house)

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Dogwood Bread on Tuesdays!

You have no excuse to ever be out of dogwood bread:
It can now be purchased fresh from Green Point Foods on Tuesdays and Fridays as well as from the Keene farmers market on Sundays for the rest of the summer

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Closed on Wednesdays

We will be open every day but Wednesday 
for the rest of the summer

but don't despair, you can still drop by for coffee + treats while taking full advantage of our sunny front porch.  

Check out our new Wednesdays-only Self-Serve Coffee-and-Snack Cart!

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Grill Fest!

Every Weekend 
All Summer Long
(weather permitting)
featuring local meats and sausages 
as well as homemade hot dog buns, Focaccia and Dogwood Breads
menu changes weekly

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Iced Coffee is Back!

with any luck, the sun will follow

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Green Point Floods

....and our riverfront property becomes lakefront
Luckily it's receding and everybody in town is accounted for.  

Friday, April 22, 2011

We're Done Monkeying Around

and we're open for business!  

Stop by and check out our new Maple Sugar Cookies.
We also have Hot Cross Buns, this weekend only!


Thursday, March 24, 2011

Spring Break, Spring Cleaning, Mud Season, etc...

It's time to stock up on Dogwood Bread Co. Frozen Pizzas and our own molasses cookies.  We will be closing on March 29th for spring cleaning and re-opening on Friday April 22nd.  We look forward to seeing you then!

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Grapefruit Muffins and Thundersnow

After a long night of Thunder Snow and a morning spent digging yourself out, treat yourself to a Raspberry Grapefruit Muffin.  They taste like spring!

Friday, February 4, 2011

Apple Cream Pie

James Beard has some amazing pie recipes.  While some look amazingly bad, this one is amazingly genius.  Like your apple pie a la mode but don't feel like carrying home a scoop of ice cream?  Grab a slice of our Apple Cream Pie; it's as if the ice cream was baked inside.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Sunday, January 2, 2011

New Year, New Hours

Happy New Year 
From Green Point Foods!  

From now through Memorial Day, our hours will be:
Sunday, Monday + Thursday  8-4
Friday +  Saturday  8-6

We will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
We look forward to seeing you all in 2011!