Only cream of veal crop at Cream Hill Veal

Bob Kennedy is the friendly face at the Cream Hill Veal tent at the weekly farm market. His son, Will, owns the business. Photo by Karen Bartomioli

CORNWALL — A regular at the Cornwall Farm Market is Cream Hill Veal and Bob Kennedy, who is quick to note the business really belongs to his son, Will Kennedy.

“I’m retired, so I’m helping him out,” he said. “I enjoy being here every Saturday. It’s a real social event, like a gathering of friends.”

Summers find the business at three farm markets, including Amenia and Norfolk, where it’s more about advertising than volume selling. Market customers are often buying veal for weekend entertaining; their guests are sure to hear the meat was locally raised.

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