Hudson, NY's Favorite Market
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When Dena Moran moved to the Hudson Valley, she had a difficult time sourcing specific ingredients she regularly cooked with. So she decided to become the resource herself and opened up Olde Hudson, a neighborhood market, charcuterie, and cheese board. With a mix of locally grown produce and pantry goods from domestic and European sources, Moran has created a strong community in her market for the past ten years. For more information on the market and Moran's newly opened butcher shop, visit Olde Hudson . Photography by Nicole Franzen (except where noted). Above: The shelves are stocked with olives and a variety of oils and spices, while the deli is filled with heritage Berkshire pork pate and freshly caught fish from the Boston auctions. Above: Potatoes, peppers, white asparagus, and Rieme blood orange soda. Above: Locally grown red onions, garlic, and shallots are displayed in butcher paper-covered baskets. Above: Olde Hudson is located at 421 Warren Street. Photograph via Choosing Raw . Above: The surrounding neighborhood in Hudson. N.B.: Looking for more shops nearby? See 33 of our favorite locations in our New York State City Guide .