Spending 2 weeks in Sullivan County led us to a few culinary joys and a few disappointments. I will just describe the highlights.
Barryville market on Saturdays is lovely. It is not very big, but the atmosphere is very friendly. I wish I could go back there again. Alas, we are leaving before then.
Callicoon Sunday Market was much bigger. A lot of the same people.
I recommend the bakery lady ( I think it is something like flower power, but I just don't remember). Her savory rugelach and lemon tarts where out of this world.
Korean Arts Village is a great place to visit.
http://koreanartsvillage.net/koreanar... - Korean language only.
Their restaurant was the best I have been to. Boar bulgogi, dumplings, seafood pancake where spectacular! It is also a nice place to walk around - especially if you have kids and look at wooden carvings and pottery that the owners exported from Korea. They also have a lot of antique and new korean pottery for sale. As well as some dried beans, miso paste, dried pumpkin, etc.
Two places to avoid at all cost: Eldred preserve and Bubba's BBQ. While the former had very mediocre and overpriced food, the latter tasted rotten and we had to throw out most of it.