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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

A Surprisingly Balmy Day in the Greenmarket!

You will find most of your favorite Wednesday stands here today AND next Wednesday, but you may have to search among the stands from other market days which will be here on the day before Thanksgiving. The Christmas crafts market is being built as we speak, which means that several stands are already in different places from their usual spots. Bulich Mushrooms has moved about a block up from their usual and Locust Grove is also up a couple of blocks. Cherry Lane is in their usual Wednesday spot today with brussels sprouts, arugula, broccoli, and sweet potatoes, but you may have to hunt for them next week. Sycamore is NOT here today. Kernan is in their spot.

Stokes Farm is here today with great bunches of cut herbs, including their mixed bunch for poultry -- sage, rosemary, and thyme. Eckerton has cardoons, heirloom tomatoes, brussels sprouts on branches, hot peppers of many sorts, including bunches on branches. Keith has braising greens, herbs, Rocambole garlic, and salad greens. Berried Treasures has all sorts of cherry tomatoes, potatoes, and sunchokes. Beth's Jam is here with various cranberry items, including sauce and chutney, as well as all sorts of preserves wrapped for gifts. Another stand for gifts, Andrews Honey has many honeys, soaps, and honey combs. Rose Meadow has beautiful roses, floral kale, and other flowers.

Windfall is here with all sorts of mini to maxi salad items. S&SO, Paffenroth, Stokes, and others have many kinds of lettuces and other salad vegetables. Kernan has string beans, broccoli, and other vegetables. Two Guys have various salads and herbs. Hodgson has a number of varieties of cauliflower and broccoli and brussels sprouts.

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