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Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers  !

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Monday, July 5, 2010

Duck Rillettes!! Apricots!! Fava Beans!! Squash Blossoms!!

Despite the heat, the Greenmarket is going strong, with most of our farmers and others here as usual. You'll find beautiful orchids at M.K. Orchid Farm's stand , lavender at Lavener By The Bay, and lovely lilies at Newfield Farm's (Dutch Mill). Hudson Valley Duck Farm is here with rillettes, duck salami, fresh and other duck products. McEnroe is here with greenhouse tomatoes. Red Jacket is here with two kinds of sour cherry, red and yellow sweet cherries, apricots, blueberries, and raspberries. Maxwell's Farm has a wide variety of vegetables, including beets, beans, lettuces, herbs, squashes, cucumbers, peas, and okra, and blueberries and raspberries.

Phillips has raspberries, blueberries, shelled fava beans, peaches, string beans, sun gold cherry tomatoes, corn, greens, and tomatoes. PE&DD is here with lobsters, fish, and other seafood. Troncillito has peaches, plums, and raspberries. Consider Bardwell is here with delicious cheeses. Madura has good-looking mushroom varieties as well as vegetables. Woori Farm has beautiful eggs, coriander, and interesting vegetables. Norwich Meadows has two kinds of eggplant this week as well as greens, several kinds of squash, herbs, great looking fava beans,
flat beans, several kinds of pepper, sugar snaps, onions, and beets.

Race Farm has several kids of beans, herb and flowering plants, peaches, blueberries, and plums, as well as pastries. Healthway Farm has interesting potato varieties, strawberries, cherries, and herb plants. Lani has several squash varieties, fresh chickpeas, cherry tomatoes, sweet peppers, fresh garlic and onions, shishito peppers, pimiento de padron, the last of their asparagus, herbs,and squash blossoms.

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