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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Many stands are gone for the winter, but many are here, too!

Stokes and others are gone for the winter, and some stands like Quattro's are taking the day off, but many are here as well. You'll find Violet Hill, Flying Pig, Miglorelli, Ronnybrook, Cato Corner cheeses, Ardith Mae cheeses, Paffenroth produce, Windfall specialty greens, Mountain Sweet Berry potatoes, Caradonna, Locust Grove, and Breezy Hill apples and pears, Ronnybrook and Grazin' Acres milks and creams, and other stands.  You can buy beautiful roses at Rose Meadow and sweet cherry tomatoes at Shushan, as well as herbs and greens.

Click here to see these and other stands:

Greenmarket December 29

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Last Day Until Spring For Lani, Stokes, Cherry Lane, Gorzynski!!

To see which stands are here today, click here:

Union Square Greenmarket December 22, 2012

Chateau Renaissance vinegars are excellent -- not too acidy and with good flavor.  Stokes uses their vinegar for their herb flavored variety. Both are great gift items. Beth's Farm Kitchen, Lavender By the Bay, Rick's Picks, Oak Grove's dried pepper branches, and others have good gift options as well.

Stokes Carrots

Seatuck's Crabs
Chateau Renaissance Vinegars

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Cauliflower! Winter Squashes! Braising Greens! Mushrooms! Celeriac!

There are plenty of gift options in the market today, including pickles, jams, chutneys, and lavender items.  Here with interesting produce: Stokes, Paffenroth, S&SO, Madura, Bodhitree, Tamarack, Rogowski, Windfall, and others.  Locust Grove, Caradonna, Breezy Hill, and others have apples, pears, ciders, and pastries.  Tamarack, Blue Moon, Garden of Spices, Hudson Valley Duck Farm, Roaming Acres, and others have various protein items, and Mountain Sweet Berry, Bodhitree, S&SO,and others have many sizes and kinds of potato.  Madura and Bulich have several kinds of mushroom and S&SO, Rogowsky, Caradonna, and others have good looking winter squashes, including butternut, hubbard, and some unique new varieties.

To see these and other stands and produce:
Greenmarket Wednesday, December 19

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Root vegetables, cranberries, cider, apples, Christmas greenery

Gorzynski, Lani, Paffenroth, Norwich, S&SO, Miglorelli, Oak Grove, Keith, Cherry Lane, and Windfall all have all kinds of winter vegetables and greens.  Northshire has various vegetables and eggs and Quattro's, Violet Hill, Flying Pig, and others have delicious meats and/or poultry.  Caradonna, Breezy Hill, Locust Grove, and others have apples, pears, and cider.  Breezy Hill also has fresh cranberries.  Shushan has sweet hydroponic cherry tomatoes, herbs, and other hydroponic vegetables. Mountain Sweet Berry has crosnes, tiny potatoes, and beautiful Christmas decorations.  Stokes has a wide variety of good looking produce, including their excellent red skinned potatoes, beets, greens, and herb wreaths for gifts.

S&SO has pickled vegetables and flavored salts, Beth's Farm Kitchen has pickles, chutneys, jams, sauces, and mustards wrapped and unwrapped for gifts, and Stokes has delicious herb flavored vinegars.

For these and other stands and what they've brought:

Greenmarket Saturday, December 15

Friday, December 14, 2012

Greenmarket Gifts! Jams, Dried Flower Arrangements, Pickles, Lavender Items

In the lead up to winter holidays, one of the major kinds of item available in the Greenmarket is gifts, and they're unique, often tasty, decorative, or all of the above.  Mountain Sweet Berry and others have beautiful wreaths, Rick's Picks is here with all kinds of pickled vegetables, and Beth's Farm Kitchen has jams, chutneys, sauces, mustards, and other goodies beautifully wrapped for gifts.Samascott and others have jams as well, and River Garden has unusual dried flower arrangements and wreaths.

Las Delicias has lovely tarts, muffins, cookies, and other pastries, and Hammond has several kinds of yogurt.  Bobolink is here with breads and cheeses and Consider Bardwell has veal and goat meat as well as several cheeses and cheese chips.  Roaming Acres has beef, pork, bison, and ostrich meat.  Norwich, Oak Grove, Samascott, Miglorelli, Rogowski, and Bodhitree are here with root vegetables, squashes, pumpkins, and greens.

To see these and other stands and products:  Greenmarket Friday, December 14

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Christmas Decorations! Gifts! Cranberries!!

It's a potato-lover's paradise today, with Stokes's fabulous red-skinned potatoes, garlic, and rosemary for a great dish, Cherry Lane's lovely sweet potatoes, Paffenroth's extensive selection of many varieties and uses, and Mountain Sweet Berry's small European styles.  You'll be equally happy with the many types of gourds and squashes at S&SO, as well as pumpkins like the cheese pumpkins at Oak Grove or the unusual squashes at Hoeffner's stand.

There are excellent gift ideas at Beth's Farm Kitchen, S&SO, and River Garden, as well as Stokes's tasty herb-flavored vinegar. Oak Grove and Eckerton both have bunches of hot peppers for gifts, and other stands have good ideas as well.

Cayuga is here with interesting pastas, but doesn't have their excellent breads today. Locust Grove, Caradonna, Breezy Hill, and others have apples. Breezy Hil has brought in hard cider and cherry liqueur (another gift idea) as well as apples, pears, and pastries.

To see these and other stands in the market today, click here:
Greenmarket Saturday, December 8

Friday, December 7, 2012

Mountain Sweet Berry is here today!!

It's a grim drizzly day, but the Greenmarket is colorful and welcoming, with flowers, jams, Christmas decorations and gifts, and tasty pastries. Try Las Delicias's big and small fruit galettes, Flying Pig's sausages, chickens, and pork products, Beth's Farm Kitchen's ketchup, sauces, mustards, and jams, and Mountain Sweet Berry's beautiful wreaths.  River Garden is here with pretty dried flowers and Rose Meadow has the first big selection of anemones, as well as lovely roses. Roaming Acres has bison, pork, and beef in addition to ostrich meat, and Norwich Meadows and Rogowsky have great root vegetables and greens.  Samascott and Oak Grove also have great root vegetables and pumpkins and Samascott and others have cider.  Oak Grove also has colorful hot peppers.  Mountain Sweet Berry has small potatoes and crosnes, and Treelicious has apples and vegetables.  Queens County Farm Museum and Muddy River also have greens and root vegetables, and Madura has several kinds of mushroom.

To see these and other stands:  Friday Greenmarket

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Christmas Decorations, Crosnes, Cranberries!

Potatoes of all shapes and sizes and kinds are available all over the Greenmarket, with some interesting varieties to be found at Mountain Sweet Berry, Bodhitree, and Paffenroth.  Turnips and all sorts of radishes, including watermelon radishes and black radishes, are to be found at Windfall, along with many sizes and kinds of greens.  Breezy Hill has fresh cranberries and Bulich has several delicious mushroom varieties.

New at Beth's Farm Kitchen -- mustards, salad and other dressings, as well as their wide choice of jams, jellies, and chutneys.  Locust Grove has quinces as well as apples and pears, and Caradonna, Breezy Hill, Locust, and others have apple cider.  Rogowsky, Keith, and S&SO have all sorts of produce, and Hudson Valley Duck Farm is here with duck parts, rillettes, and other duck products.  Roaming Acres has beef, Berkshire pork, and ostrich meat.  Two Guys and Shushan have hydroponic greens and herbs and Shushan has their addictive cherry tomatoes and herbs.

To see these and other stands here today, click:
Wednesday Greenmarket

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Potatoes, Christmas Decorations and Gifts, Cranberries!!

We're at that time of the year when I have to look hard to find news. Other than Mountain Sweet Berries' crosnes, Breezy Hill's cranberries, and gift ideas from Beth's Farm Kitchen, S&SO, Deep Mountain Maple, and such, it's hard to discover much.  Still, I have to say that Quattro's poultry, Violet Hill's Belle Rouge chickens and pork, Flying Pig's sausage and pork cuts, and Northshire's greens are great and worth the visit.  S&SO and Paffenroth have a wide variety of produce, as does Miglorelli, and Quattro's, Violet Hill, Northshire, and others have tasty fresh eggs.

Keith has root vegetables and greens, as well as Christmas trees, and Van Houten, Mountain Sweet Berry, and others have trees and other decorations as well. To see these and other stands:
Greenmarket Saturday, December 1, 2012

Friday, November 30, 2012

Berried Treasures Last Day until April!

Roaming Acres has pork, beef, and ostrich meat today.  Consider Bardwell has veal and goat.  Pura Vida has beautiful fresh fish.

Berried Treasures has lovely potatoes and Christmas decorations, as well as several dried bean varieties.  Las Delicias has delicious pastries, including caneles, rustic fruit tarts both large and small, and amazing cookies and small chocolate "brownies". Norwich Meadows, Miglorelli, and Bodhitree all have greens, root vegetables, and other vegetables, and Two Guys have hydroponic lettuces, other greens, and minigreens.

To see these and other stands here today, click here:
Greenmarket Friday November 30

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Berried Treasures Last Wednesday. Friday is Berried Treasures Last Until Next Spring!

See this link for who's here today:  Greenmarket Wednesday November 28, 2012

Franca says she's closing down after Friday until next year. Today she has several kinds of dried beans, autumn decorations, and wonderful potatoes. 

Rose Meadow has beautiful roses and Lavender By The Bay is here today as well.  Hudson Valley Duck Farm is here with tasty rillettes, ducks and duck parts, and Tamarack has great pork cuts as well as good vegetables. Paffenroth, S&SO, Madura, and other farms have delicious root vegetables, and Madura and Bulich have tasty mushroom varieties.
Mountain Sweet Berry, Paffenroth, S&SO, Stokes, and others have lovely potato varieties.  Mountain Sweet  Berry also has crosnes and Christmas decorations. 

Breezy Hill has interesting hard cider, spirits, and cider in addition to FRESH CRANBERRIES!!!  Beth's Farm Kitchen, Lavender By The Sea, Tweefontain, Three Corner Field Farm, and others have great gift options.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

What I Bought Today and Other Beautiful Produce

I love Hudson Valley Duck Farm's Rillettes, so I bought some to replace the succulent appetizer I bought on Wednesday.  I stopped at Stokes and picked up some red jacket small potatoes with rosemary and mixed bunches of cut herbs (they were so good in my capon -- I'm going to have them with a chicken next Saturday). Ronnybrook didn't forget their terrific garlic butter today, so I bought some to store for Christmas. 

Among the absent: Cherry Lane, Quattro's. But check this out to see who's here:  Small Business Saturday Greenmarket

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Union Square Greenmarket Today, November 21, 2012

Note from Greenmarket:

 THANKSGIVING MARKET! Wednesday, November 21st: The Union Square Greenmarket will be located in the North and West sides of Union Square Park (17th St & Union Square West). Market Layout Map.  
2012 scheduled changes: the market will be closed Friday 11/23/12.
WIC and FMNP checks accepted at farmer stands
EBT/Food Stamps accepted at the market info tent

Health Bucks now available - for every $5 spent in EBT, customers receive a
$2 Health Buck coupon to purchase additional fruits and vegetables. 

To see who's here today: Thanksgiving Greenmarket

Sunday, November 18, 2012

A note from Union Square Greenmarket

Monday's market map at the link below. The countdown to Thanksgiving continues...

Need maple syrup for those sweet potatoes? Oysters for your stuffing? Decor for your tabletop? Yogurt for your diet starting on Friday? Brussels, greens, winter squash, carrots, onions, potatoes, fennel, herbs, butter...we got all that and more!


Tuesday, November 13, 2012


 A note from Greenmarket:
MARKET UPDATE! Due to limited space at Madison Sq, we've been granted partial access to Union Sq's north plaza for tomorrow, Wed 11/14. The farms you regularly find above 16th St on Wed's (Ronnybrook, Stokes, Migliorelli, Hawthorne, etc) will be there tomorrow at Union Sq. The remainder of our farms will be at Madison Sq for one more day.

We will have the full market back by this Friday, Nov 16. Thank you everyone for your patience, and for continuing to support small family farms. See you out there!


Saturday, November 10, 2012

It looks as if all of our Greenmarket Saturday stands are here in Madison Square Park!!

The stands are spread all over around the park and it looked as if a few are on Broadway below 23rd Street.

See this for most stands that are at Madison Square Park:
Greenmarket Saturday Madison Square

(I went back just now at the Gmarket at Madison Square and saw Nemeth, Mountain Sweet Berry, Norwich Meadows, D'Attolico, and a few others I missed earlier.

Friday, November 9, 2012


 I was shocked to hear that the Christmas market will open next week but that the Farmers may still be displaced to Madison Square. Surely now that it is colder the trucks could be moved to school yards like the one on Greenwich Ave for PS 41 or the one in the 20's on Second Avenue.  The people who came to help us are wonderful, but the farmers who came to Union Square the week after 9/11 were and are wonderful too.  Anyone with a memory bigger than that of a gnat will remember that during a horrific time after the terror attack these people came, fed New Yorkers (some, like Windfall, for free), and gave us our courage back just by struggling into the city and giving us a feeling of normalcy. They're doing it again today!!!

Temporary Greenmarket at Madison Square Park

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Greenmarket Stands from Union Square will be on the Broadway side of Madison Square Park.

The usual Friday stands are expected to be on the West side of Madison Square Park.Stands should include:Muddy River, Prospect Hill Orchard, Eve's Cidery, Las Delicias, Deep Mt. Maple, Body n Soul, Oak Grove, Miglorelli, River Garden, Berried Treasures, Dancing Ewe, Hammond Dairy, Lucky Dog, Two Guys, Roaming Acres Ostrich, Samascott, Norwich Meadows, Madura, Tremblay,  Bobolink Dairy,and others.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Bulletin From Stokes Farm

"Due to the poor weather predicted for Wednesday, November 7th, Stokes Farm will NOT be at the relocated Union Square Greenmarket at Madison Square Park. We will post updates on our Thursday and Saturday market attendance as soon as possible."


Tuesday, November 6, 2012


We're back in Madison Square Park again on Wednesday. Thank you to everyone who came out on Saturday. Hope to see you all tomorrow.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Who is here at Tompkins Square Park?

Who's here? Click on this link and see



Monday US greenmarket should be at Madison Square Park again on Monday. Check GrowNYC's web site

Look around 7th Street and Tompkins Square park for the Greenmarket today!


Stuyvesant Town Greenmarket

The Stuyvesant Town Greenmarket will be joining the Tompkins Square Greenmarket at E.7th and Avenue A on Sunday, November 4th. This amazing mega market will be open from 8am until 6pm. EBT/Food Stamps/Debit/Credit, and WIC & FMNP checks accepted. 

Sunday, October 28, 2012

No Union Square Greenmarket Monday, October 29

Sandy's the culprit! See you Wednesday, I hope!

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Gorgeous Green Grenadas and other beautiful peppers at Eckerton! A whole bunch of other varieties at Oak Grove!!

It's definitely pepper day in the Greenmarket. In addition to Eckerton and Oak Grove, several stands have peppers, both decorative and edible, including James Durr!  Stokes and Cherry Lane have good looking heirloom tomatoes, and Buzzard Crest is here (and for a couple more weekends, they hope) with tasty grapes and grape juices. Lani has PEANUTS!! Try their boiled peanuts -- so good!

 Norwich and Lani have great beans -- many sorts -- and many stands including Sycamore, Van Houten, and Stokes have delicious cauliflowers, broccolis, and squashes. Sycamore has MANY pumpkins, as do S&SO, Hodgson, and Hoeffner.
PE&DD Cooked Lobsters!

Gorzynski has lovely salad greens, fresh dug potatoes, and other good organic produce, and D'Attolico has sprouts, greens, and other items. Flying Pig has pork and poultry, Violet Hill has pork products, Belle Rouge Chickens, and wild mushrooms as well as eggs. Northshire has eggs, greens, squashes, and various other produce, and Quattro's has eggs, poultry, venison, and sausages.

Locust Grove Quinces

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

October 27 Greenmarket

Check out last Saturday, Wednesday, Friday's reports.

If the storm really hits the region, today will have been the last to find plentiful produce until next year. Don't wait for my report -- go check out the Greenmarket now!

Friday, October 26, 2012

PUMPKINS!! Black and watermelon radishes! Brussels sprouts!

Roaming Acres has ostrich and pork meat. Pura Vida is here with beautiful fish and shellfish. La Delicias has a new small sized apple galette, the first canelles of the season, and many other delicious pastries and cookies.
Modesto recommends Miglorelli's knob carrots!
You'll be having tasty brussels sprouts at Blue Hill!

 Today is DUTCHMILL'S LAST DAY of the season. They'll be back in the Spring with lovely tulips.  River Garden is here with dried flowers and bouquets.
 Dutchmill's last gladiolas of the season!

Bodhitree and Norwich Meadows have gorgeous produce, including all kinds of beans, radishes, squashes, greens, and herbs, and Norwich has heirloom tomatoes, as does Berried Treasures.
Bodhitree cranberry beans!

Dancing Ewe has cheeses and sausages and Finnish Ruis is here with black breads. Hot Bread Kitchen has their delicious raisin challah as well as many other regional baked goods.
Las Delicias caramelized apple galette.

To see these and other stands and products, click here:

Greenmarket Friday, October 26

Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Grenadan peppers,Agra dulce peppers and Cardoons at Eckerton.  Surprisingly delicious late season heirloom tomatoes at Cherry Lane along with their excellent sweet potatoes. Unique sweet potatoes at Bodhitree!  Gorgeous hot and sweet peppers at Oak Grove, along with apples, pumpkins, and all kinds of squashes. Delicious broccoli and many sizes of pumpkin at Sycamore!

For these and other stands and produce, click here:
Greenmarket October 24


Rose Meadow's roses, Berried Treasures' tomatoes

Madura's Cauliflowers

Rogowski's cabbages
Blue Moon tuna

Paffenroth's Black Walnuts

Stokes Farm's Herb Wreaths

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Wild ginseng at Mountain Sweet Berry and Violet Hill. Wild chantereelles at Violet Hill. Pumpkins everywhere!

9J and Cheerful Cherry are gone for the season, but most stands are planning to be here at least until Thanksgiving.

There are still heirloom tomatoes at Oak Grove, Stokes, Norwich Meadows, and others, and plenty of beans of all sorts at Norwich and Lani.  Great peppers both hot and sweet are to be found at Eckerton and Oak Grove, as well as S&SO and D'Attolico.  Beautiful lettuces are here at Gorzynski, Stokes, and Keith.  Excellent potato choices are to be found at Paffenroth, Mountain Sweet Berry, and others.  Northshire has beautiful produce , eggs, and other products.
Mountain Sweet Berry's CROSNES!


Cayuga has great breads, grains, flours, beans, and pastas made with their flours, and Flying Pig has tasty pork and chicken.  Violet Hill has Belle Rouge Chickens and various pork cuts and sausages, and Quattro's has wonderful poultry (ducks, chickens, pheasants, etc.) in addition to poultry cuts and products and eggs.

PE&DD has a wide variety of fish, shellfish, and seafood products  and Seatuck has gorgeous scallops, fish, and shellfish.

Buzzard Crest is here with delicious grapes and grape juices.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

Saturday, October 20 Greenmarket

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Grenadan flavoring peppers at Eckerton! Bags of Rocambole Garlic at Keith's! Fresh Ginger at Windfall Farms! Concord Grapes at Caradonna!! Mountain Sweet Berry has CROSNES!!

Cherry Lane and Stokes have tasty heirloom tomatoes. Sycamore has beautiful broccoli and Windfall has purple topped turnips in many sizes.  Mountain Sweet Berry has unusual greens and Paffenroth, Keith, Gorzynski, and others have gorgeous braising greens.  Tamarack is here with unusual heirloom tomatoes, greens, and other lovely produce as well as meats and poultry, and Hot Bread Kitchen has many kinds of breads and other baked goods. Locust Grove has QUINCES and Concord grapes.

Cherry Lane, Bodhitree, and others have great looking sweet potatoes and Stokes has their excellent small red jacket and yukon golds. Mountain Sweet Berry and Berried Treasures have excellent small European potato varieties. Eckerton has CARDOONS! Tamarack has BLACK RADISHES!

Windfall's GINGER!!

Eckerton's Cardoons.

Blue Moon is here with beautiful fish and seafood and Hudson Valley Duck Farm has rillettes, ducks, and other duck products.  Rose Meadow is here, but Dutchmill and River Garden are gone, perhaps for the year.
Rose Meadow's "Sensation" roses.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

Greenmarket Wednesday, October 17

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Windfall has fresh GINGER!! Violet Hill has beautiful WILD MUSHROOMS!!Sycamore is going to have pumpkin carving at their stand today!

Pumpkins are everywhere in all sizes!  Breezy Hill has their tasty Russet apples and various other apples and pears.  Sycamore has gorgeous broccoli and Van Houten has beautiful white and orange cauliflower. Stokes, Norwich, and Oak Grove have good-looking heirloom tomatoes, and many stands, including Locust Grove, Terhune, Caradonna, and others have apples and pears.  Buzzard Crest has seeded and seedless grapes, white and red grape juice, and wines. 

Violet Hill has Belle Rouge chickens, pork cuts, sausages, and bacon, as well as chicken eggs, mushrooms, and ginseng.  Northshire has beautiful Italian greens, peppers, and eggs.  Paffenroth has delicious looking celeriac, leeks, all kinds of potatoes, onions, herbs, and carrots.  Miglorelli also has a wide variety of produce, as does S&SO, and Norwich has many kinds of beans and other vegetables. 

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

Greenmarket October 13 Saturday

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Last Day For Cheerful Cherry until next summer!! First day back for Shushan hydroponic tomatoes!

As predicted, Cheerful Cherry's last day has arrived. Drop by to pick up their delicious canadice jelly and other preserves, hot peppers, and succulent plants.

Welcome back Shushan with their sweet cherry tomatoes and hydroponic herbs.  There are still good looking heirloom tomatoes to be had at Norwich, Stokes, Oak Grove, Lani, and other stands, and Eckerton has tasty looking small tomatoes, a wide variety of hot peppers, as well as chestnuts.  Oak Grove also has wonderful hot and sweet pepper varieties, tomatillos, and pepper bunches for drying. 

I got in my Thanksgiving capon order at Quattro's, as well as pheasant sausage stuffing.  They have all sorts of poultry, their delicious soups, sausages, and excellent eggs.  Violet Hill is here with amazing wild mushrooms, pork products, Belle Rouge chickens, and various eggs.

Sycamore has gorgeous (not a word I usually use for this) broccoli, sweet peppers, and other produce, and won't have a second delivery of corn today. Mountain Sweet Berry has sucrine lettuces, tiny potatoes, and other interesting produce, and Windfall has sweet tiny tomatoes, summer squashes, and many greens.  Paffenroth has many kinds of carrot and other delicious root vegetables, and Norwich Meadows has a wide selection of shelling and pole beans.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

Greenmarket Saturday October 6

Friday, October 5, 2012

Last Weekend For Cheerful Cherry, probably!

There's been a warning for a 33 degree weekend in Cheerful's area, so catch them today or tomorrow to get their heirloom tomatoes and grapes -- it could be your last chance of the season.   Other stands with good looking heirloom tomatoes: Norwich Meadows, Samascott, Oak Grove, Bodhitree.

Green salads and braising greens (Tuscan Kale, etc.) are available at Bodhitree, Queens County Farm Museum, Norwich Meadows, Miglorelli. Several farms including Sycamore and others have tasty cauliflower and Broccoli, and many many stands have winter squashes, including Van Houten, Oak Grove, Bodhitree, and others.  There are pumpkins all over the market.

Today is Roaming Acres day for pork, ostrich, and other meat, and Sun Raised Beef and Flying Pig are here as well.  Hot Bread Kitchen and Our Daily Bread are here with breads and Las Delicias has gorgeous fruit tarts and other delicious pastries and cookies.  Consider Bardwell and other cheeses are here, along with Dancing Ewe's Italian varieties.

To see these and other stands and products, click here:
Friday, October 5, Greenmarket

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Chestnuts! Grapes from Buzzard Crest, Cheerful Cherry, and others! Cranberry Beans!

Eckerton has chestnuts and many kinds of peppers.  There are heirloom tomatoes in the market, but there are fewer varieties and some stands have only small and cherry types.  Gorzynski has beautiful organic lettuces and other vegetables, and Paffenroth has great looking leeks, carrots, potatoes, and other delicious produce.  Northshire has excellent Tuscan and other kale and peppers, and Stokes, Cherry Lane, and Cheerful Cherry have great sauce and other tomatoes.

Buzzard Crest had a deservedly long line when I passed them about half an hour ago, with eager grape and grape juice fans and wine lovers patiently waiting.  Cheerful Cherry has good looking concord grapes and tasty grape and other jellies.  Oak Grove has many kinds of sweet and hot peppers, heirloom tomatoes, and all kinds of winter squashes.  Oak Grove and Cayuga have interesting flours and Cayuga has great breads made from their flours.

Seatuck and PE&DD are here with fresh fish and seafood and Flying Pig and Violet Hill have pork products.  Violet Hill also has their tasty chickens and Quattro's has all sorts of poultry and poultry products as well as soups, venison, and sausages.

Nemeth has spray-free apples as well as baked goods. Caradonna, Terhune, Breezy Hill, and others have apples and pears, and you should check Locust Grove for quinces as well as apples, pears, and grapes.

To see these and other stands and produce:
Greenmarket Saturday, September 29

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Gourds! Pumpkins! Grapes! Chestnuts! Shelling Beans!! Broccoli!

It's definitely tipping over into Fall, but there are still some heirloom tomatoes, haricots verts, and salad greens as well as summer squash and blossoms.  There are even some peaches and plums!

Locust Grove has QUINCES!! Eckerton has CHESTNUTS!! Tamarack has PURPLE BROCCOLI/CAULIFLOWER!  Berried Treasures has beautiful SORREL and Eckerton and Oak Grove have many kinds of sweet and hot peppers! Paffenroth has EDAMAME and Bodhitree has their delicious SWEET POTATOES.  Several stands have gorgeous EGGPLANTS, including Tamarack and Bodhitree.

APPLES AND PEARS have taken over, although there are peaches and plums to be found at Caradonna and Locust Grove.

To see these and other produce and stands, check out:
Greenmarket September 26

Friday, September 21, 2012

Pumpkins and gourds are taking over! Grapes at Cheerful Cherry! Heirloom tomato supply shrinking at a few stands, still generous at Norwich, Oak Grove, Bodhitree, and others!

I ate my way through a jar of Cheerful Cherry's Canadice grape jelly, so had to buy another today! Picked up a delicious raisin challah from Hot Bread Kitchen, scented violet roses from Rose Meadow, beautiful purple and white gladiolas from Dutchmill, Indigo Rose tomatoes from Norwich Meadows, and a couple of beautiful heirloom tomatoes from Oak Grove.  For dessert, I'm going to have a selection of Las Delicias pastry and cookies.

To see these and other stands and produce, check out the following:
Greenmarket Friday September 21

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Bulletin! Eckerton has chestnuts!!

New crop apples at Terhune, Locust Grove, Breezy Hill, Miglorelli, Caradonna, and others.  Heirloom tomatoes are available at Sycamore, Stokes, Bodhitree, Berried Treasures, Oak Grove, Eckerton, Cherry Lane, and others.  Pumpkins and winter squashes are here at Rogowski, Oak Grove, S&SO, and many other stands. Stokes has good looking lettuces and cut herbs and S&SO and Paffenroth have many kinds of interesting potato varieties. Paffenroth has many varieties of carrots, beets, and other root vegetables and greens and Oak Grove and Eckerton have several types of hot peppers. Sycamore and others have sweet peppers and S&SO, Bodhitree, and Paffenroth have tasty greens.

We're definitely moving towards the end of summer vegetables, but Berried Treasures and Bodhitree still have great beans and Stokes and others have summer squashes. Windfall has beautiful squashes in all sizes.

To see these and others: Greenmarket September 19

Saturday, September 15, 2012

PUMPKINS!!!at Stokes, Oak Grove, and many other stands. GRAPES!!! at Buzzard Crest, Cheerful Cherry, and others.

The season is definitely changing, but there are still many summer vegetables here, including many stands with heirloom tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and corn. Eckerton, Cheerful Cherry, Cherry Lane, Norwich Meadows, Stokes, Oak Grove, Sycamore, and others have wide varieties of heirlooms, field tomatoes, and peppers.

Cato Corner has wonderful cheeses, including the last of the tasty Abondance, and the unusual Vivace Bambino and Dairyaire.  Buzzard Crest has many delicious grape varieties, juices, and wines, and Cheerful Cherry has tasty grape and other preserves.

Eckerton and Oak Grove both have many hot pepper varieties, with almost no duplications!  Hoeffner and others have good looking sweet peppers.

Cayuga has a new product, artisanal pastas, as well as beans, flours, and breads made from their flours by Orwashers.

To see these and other stands and produce:
Greenmarket Sept 15

Friday, September 14, 2012

La Delicias challah, three new kinds of "roses" (rose shaped muffins)! Gorgeous heirloom tomatoes everywhere! BUT -- Van Houten has PUMPKINS --big ones! and Treelicious and Cheerful Cherry have many kinds of GRAPES! So, say hello to Fall.

Dutchmill has good-looking cockscombs, as do River Garden, Rose Meadow, and Oak Grove.  Lots of fall flowers here today. Tremblay has delicious honey!!!

Peaches are more or less out of the picture, but Samascott has new crop apples, as do other stands, and there are pears and other autumn fruits to be had.

Dancing Ewe has the last of their pecorino tartuffo and pecorino alle Vinace today. They are expecting to be here with other cheese and sausages until the end of October. Beth's Farm Kitchen is here with fig and other unusual jams, chutneys, and pickled vegetables.

Las Delicias has many kinds of delicious pastry as well as savory tarts today.  Finnish Ruis breads are here as well, with dark breads great with cheese. Consider Bardwell has luscious cheeses today.

Bodhitree, Norwich Meadows, Oak Grove, and Berried Treasures are here with delicious produce, and Madura has several good looking mushrooms.  Roaming Acres has beef, pork, and ostrich cuts, and ostrich and emu eggs.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:
Friday September 14 Greenmarket

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Paffenroth has pumpkins! You know what THAT means!! Berried Treasures has shelling beans!!

Grapes and pumpkins, fewer stands with peaches, several stands with winter squash! You know the season is changing. There are plenty of heirloom and other tomatoes in the market, but it's really time to think about (and proceed to) canning or freezing for the winter. Corn also is nearing an end  point, although there are still several stands with good ears.  Another sign of change is the number of stands with hot and sweet peppers -- you can freeze some varieties for the winter. I also scrape a few ears of corn for freezing.

I know what I'm going to be doing!  San Marzano tomatoes from Cherry Lane, Polish and other large plum tomatoes from Stokes, Bodhitree, and Cheerful Cherry(on Friday and Saturday), orange Thai hot peppers and Trinidadian flavoring peppers from Eckerton for the freezer, shelling beans from Berried Treasures for the freezer, and cut herbs from Stokes and SandSO to dry.

To see these and other stands and produce:
Greenmarket Wednesday September 12

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Pawpaws at Eckerton! Second delivery corn coming in at 11 AM! at Sycamore!! Buzzard Crest and Cheerful Cherry have delicious grapes!!

Eckerton has an extensive selection of peppers as well as a unique item, pawpaws! (I thought those were only in children's books or songs!) Oak Grove has an equally wide variety of peppers, and both have many delicious heirloom tomato varieties.  This is the year to freeze heirlooms for the winter, as there are so many good ones! In addition to these two stands, some others with great ones are Stokes, Keith, Cherry Lane, Lani, and Cheerful Cherry.

There are still several stands with peaches, including Oak Grove, Locust Grove, and Caradonna.  Excellent beans can be found at Norwich Meadows, Mountain Sweet Berry, S&SO, Lani, and others. Both Norwich Meadows and Lani have interesting Asian pepper varieties, and okra.

Flying Pig, Violet Hill, and Oak Grove have various pork cuts and sausages, and Oak Grove has beef as well.  Violet Hill has some gorgeous wild mushrooms and Bulich has several kinds of cultivated mushrooms. Cut herbs can be found at Stokes, Keith, S&SO, Lani, and others and potted herbs are available at Oak Grove.

D'Attolico and Gorzynski have delicious greens and Paffenroth has beautiful carrots, radishes, onion family vegetables, and unusual greens.
Cayuga is back with dried beans, flours, and breads.

To see these and other products and stands, click here:

Greenmarket Saturday September 8

Friday, September 7, 2012

Dancing Ewe is back!!! Berried Treasures has delicious sweet heirloom tomatoes!! Dutchmill has still got a couple of bunches of lycianthus!!

I took the week off to sleep late and eat out for lunches, but I walked back through the Greenmarket and saw lovely heirlooms at many stands, including Berried Treasures, tasty tartufo cheese at Dancing Ewe, and wonderful pastries at Las Delicias.  There are still peaches around the market, but pick carefully -- once grapes show up, you know that stone fruit is going to be finished soon. Berried Treasures excellent haricots verts and other beans are delicious at the moment and Norwich Meadows will be here tomorrow as well as today with great produce.

I'll be back in the market early tomorrow, when I expect to see Buzzard Crest and Cheerful Cherry grapes and many delicious vegetables and melons.

Friday, August 31, 2012


Today's breakfast will be a blueberry/almond muffin from Las Delicias, cheeses from Consider Bardwell, and melon from BodhItree and Norwich Meadows with yellow and red raspberries.  Later, I'll have summer squash and beans from Bodhitree and Berried Treasures and corn from Sycamore, with a salad of heirloom tomatoes  from Lucy Dog and Sycamore. For dessert -- Candace grapes from Cheerful Cherry!

Today is the last day for lycianthus from Dutchmill. I've been enjoying them with gladiolas all summer -- sorry to see them go! Dutchmill also has other beautiful flowers, and River Garden has many kinds of country flowers and bouquets.  Lavender By the Bay is also here.

Samascott, Norwich Meadows, Bodhitree, and others have wide selections of produce, including sweet and hot peppers, beans, corn, melons, etc.  Oak Grove has a big selection of hot peppers as well as husk tomatoes and heirloom tomatoes. They also have pork and beef. Madura is here with several kinds of mushroom.  Muddy River has taken the holiday.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:
Have A Great Labor Day Weekend! The Greenmarket is OPEN!!!!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Signs of Change

Two clues that indicate that it is time to start making sauce for the freezer  -- tomato, pesto, pepper -- are the arrival of Buzzard Crest grapes and grape juices and the start of autumn squashes.  I've already done a batch of San Marzano tomatoes (from Cherry Lane) and am planning another of those and a batch of heirloom tomatoes. I'll be making pesto base in ice cube trays as well.  I'll get heirlooms from Eckerton, Cherry Lane, Stokes, Keith, and other stands with tasty varieties.

Several stands are into their pepper season. Today Oak Grove has a terrific selection and other stands like Tamarack, Rogowski, S&SO, and Bodhitree have interesting varieties as well.

Mountain Sweet Berry and Berried Treasures have Tri-Star strawberries and Fantasy Fruit has blueberries and strawberries. Terhune has good-looking peaches, although the peach season is just about over. I'd take the opportunity to can them while they are still sweet.

Windfall has their excellent fresh zucchini blossoms as well as many sizes of summer squash. I am planning to fill some with fresh goat cheese and saute them to go with roast chicken. I'll be serving Hudson Valley Duck Rillettes on crackers before that. 

To see these and other stands and products, click here:

Wednesday, August 29

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Buzzard Crest is Back!!!

It's the beginning of grape season and Buzzard Crest is here with many varieties and juices, as well as wines.  You can check out their web site at barringtoncellars.com, where you can order in advance to pick up on Saturdays!  Cheerful Cherry also has two excellent grape varieties -- champagne and Canadice. 

Great heirloom tomatoes are all over the Greenmarket, including Eckerton, Stokes, Norwich Meadow, Oak Grove, Sycamore, and Cherry Lane.  Sycamore has been bringing in a second load of very fresh picked corn around 11:00 on Saturdays. Norwich has a huge variety of beans and squashes and many stands have peaches, including Locust Grove (also many kinds of plum), Oak Grove, Terhune, and others.

Eckerton's pepper crop is coming in and they and Oak Grove have many varieties. Cheerful Cherry and Lani also have peppers.  Stokes and S&SO have big bunches of cut herbs and Stokes, Lani, and D'Attolico have onions and garlic, as well as greens. Gorzynski has beautiful lettuces and cut herbs and Norwich, Oak Grove,  and Cherry Lane have okra. Norwich and Cherry Lane also have raspberries and Fantasy Fruit has strawberries and blueberries.  Mountain Sweet Berry has strawberries, great tiny potatoes, and interesting greens.

To see these and other stands and products, click here:

Greenmarket Saturday August 25

Friday, August 24, 2012

Another lovely day in the Greenmarket!

Las Delicias is here with delicious sweet treats, including madeleines, muffins, chocolate mini-croissants, savory tarts and fruit tarts. Bobolink Dairy is NOT here this week or next week -- they're taking a well-deserved vacation!  Queens County Farm Museum is here with heirloom tomatoes, greens, and flowers.  Lavender by the Bay is here with gifts and new crop lavender.  Dutchmill has beautiful gladiolas and lycianthus today and Berried Treasures has Tri-Star Strawberries, new crop small potatoes, and other delicious produce.  Hot Bread Kitchen has many kinds of regional breads and Consider Bardwell has luscious cheeses, including a great fresh goat cheese and several cow's milk cheeses.

Bodhitree is here with unique greens, peppers, squashes, and heirloom tomatoes and melons.  Norwich Meadows also has a wide variety of wonderful produce, including eggplant and pepper varieties, heirloom tomatoes, and many kinds of beans.  Cheerful Cherry has heirloom tomatoes, various jellies and pepper spreads, and champagne and other grapes.

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:

Friday Greenmarket

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Just Plain Gorgeous!!

The Greenmarket is beautiful today and all your favorite Wednesday stands are here.  Windfall has a pungent delicious unique basil, Bodhitree has padron peppers, and Locust Grove has slurpy plums! Hot Bread Kitchen has all kinds of delicious baked goods, and Dutchmill has beautiful gladiolas.  I bought some of Stokes Farm's wonderful Aunt Ruby tomatoes, Dutchmill's purple gladiolas and lycianthus, Kernan's peaches, and Windfall's tiny sweet red cherry tomatoes and basil.  I'm looking forward to a sauce day this weekend with Cherry Lane's San Marzano plum tomatoes, Paffenroth's onions, and Eckerton's tomatoes and peppers.  I'm considering using Bodhitree's padron peppers in a sauce as well.  To see these and other products and stands, click here:

Greenmarket Wednesday August 22

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Nasty morning with lots of puddles in the market, but almost every stand is here!

Rose Meadow is here with beautiful roses and other flowers. Everyone else is here, including River Garden and Duva. D'Attolico is here with greens, sprouts, garlic, and onions. (They were a little late -- accidents on the rainy road.)

There are plenty of stands with heirloom tomatoes, including Norwich Meadows, Stokes, Eckerton, Sycamore, Lani, and Cherry Lane. Several stands have beans, including Mountain Sweet Berry, Stokes, Paffenroth, Norwich Meadows, S&SO and Miglorelli.  Stokes, Windfall, and others have plenty of squashes, and Lani and Cherry Lane have okra.  Eckerton is here with the first of their seasoning and other peppers, Oak Grove has plenty of varieties of hot and sweet peppers, and Cheerful Cherry has peppers and pepper spread as well.  Sycamore will have their second delivery of corn at around 11 AM.

Cheerful also has luscious champagne and other grapes and grape jellies as well as succulents for window gardens. Binder and Oak Grove have lush herb plants and S&SO, Paffenroth, and Sycamore have generous bunches of cut herbs.

Locust Grove and Caradonna have several kinds of plum and Oak Grove, Terhune, Caradonna, and others have slurpy peaches. Fantasy Fruit has blueberries and strawberries, and Phillips has berries as well.

To see these and many other stands, click here:
Saturday, August 18

Friday, August 17, 2012

Champagne Grapes at Cheerful Cherry!! Artichokes at Muddy River!! Baby artichokes at Norwich Meadows! Heirloom tomatoes and Peaches all over the market!!

Cheerful Cherry has champagne grapes and Canadice grapes today, as well as Canadice grape jelly! They also have tasty heirloom tomatoes and peppers.  Bodhitree, Sycamore, Oak Grove, Norwich Meadows, and others have slurpy heirloom tomatoes, and Sycamore and others have corn.  Oak Grove has their fabulous yellow and white peaches and melons. Others with great melons -- Norwich, Bodhitree, Oak Grove, and more.  Bodhitree and Norwich have wide varieties of beans and greens and Muddy River has beautiful small artichokes, herbs, garlic, and other produce.  Berried Treasures has lovely small potatoes, Tri-Star strawberries, and baby squashes. 

Consider Bardwell has some delicious cheeses today.  I had a great goat cheese from them on Monday and am trying Pawlet today (cow's milk cheese).  I'll have a wonderful breakfast -- Sycamore corn, Pawlet, and tomatoes from Sycamore and Oak Grove. I may finish it with some Champagne grapes from Cheerful and a peach from Sycamore or Oak Grove. Or maybe a lavender cookie from Las Delicias!

To see these and other stands and products:
Friday, August 17

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

It's High Summer and Tomatoes and Melons are King!

Peaches, too! and Plums!! Kernan, Locust, Oak Grove, Terhune, and others have peaches today. Caradonna and Locust also have a wide variety of plums and berries.  Oak Grove, Bodhitree, and others have all kinds of melon, and heirloom tomatoes are everywhere, including at Stokes, Bodhitree, Oak Grove, Keith, Eckerton, S and SO, Sycamore and others. Mountain Sweet Berry and Berried Treasures have delicious Tri-Star strawberries and Fantasy Fruit and Phillips have blueberries and strawberries. Several farmstands have corn, including Sycamore, Paffenroth, and Cherry Lane.

There are plenty of greens in the market, especially at Paffenroth, S&SO, Miglorelli, and Two Guys. Madura and Bulich have several kinds of mushroom and there are squashes and squash blossoms everywhere, particularly at Windfall and Bodhitree.

Mountain Sweet Berry has tasty strawberry sorbet and Ronnybrook has many of their great ice cream flavors. Hot Bread Kitchen and Our Daily Bread are here and Andrew's Honey is as well.I went a little gaga at the flower stands and ended up with fragrant roses from Rose Meadow and beautiful lycianthus and gladiolas from Dutchmill.

To see these and other stands and products:                          Greenmarket Wednesday, August 15

Monday, August 13, 2012

Peaches! Melons! Beans! Plums! Blueberries! Blackberries!

I'm having Consider Bardwell Dorset cheese on Buon Pana mini-baguette for breakfast, along with a peach from Healthway.  PE&DD has cooked lobsters today, so I bought one to make lobster salad for lunch.  My dessert will be a Cavaillon melon from Norwich Meadows Farm (which you should try to buy today -- they all came in due to the heat and will be over any minute) with blueberries from Fantasy Fruit and yogurt from a newish stand, Butterfield Farm.

Tonight I will have a salad of heirloom tomatoes from Eckerton and Norwich, Romano beans from Norwich, and cucumber from Maxwell's Farm.  Hudson Valley Duck Farm has delicious duck products and Roaming Acres has pork, bison, and ostrich. 

Dutchmill is here with lovely gladiolas, lycianthus, and other flowers. River Garden has beautiful country flower bouquets and the lavender stand has gifts and other lavender items.

To see these and others, click here:  Greenmarket Monday, August 13

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Peaches! Heirloom Tomatoes! Plums! Squashes! Beans! Greens! Beets!

Kernan, Oak Grove, Locust Grove, Caradonna, Terhune, and others have luscious peaches!  Locust Grove and Caradonna have beautiful plums -- many varieties -- and Locust still has red currants!

Eckerton, Oak Grove, Sycamore, Keith, Stokes, Bodhitree, and others have slurpy heirloom tomatoes, and Sycamore and others have kirbys.

Oak Grove has a wide selection of hot and seasoning peppers and they and others have sweet peppers as well.  Many stands, including Miglorelli, Sycamore, Van Houten, and others have corn and Bodhitree, Oak Grove, and others have all sorts of melons.  Berried Treasures and Mountain Sweet Berry have Tri-Star Strawberries, and Fantasy Fruit has blueberries and strawberries.  Phillips also has blueberries.

It's high summer at last and there are plenty of salad greens, cut herbs, edible flowers, and squashes, especially at Stokes, S&SO, Windfall, and Paffenroth.

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Wednesday Greenmarket August 8

Monday, August 6, 2012

Eckerton's First Monday Market!! Roaming Acres has beef, bison, pork and ostrich - it's every meat Monday!

I was glad to see Eckerton here -- and bought three of their great variety of tomatoes. They also have bush basil. Can't wait for the Thai peppers!!

Hudson Valley Duck Farm has duck parts, rillettes, and other duck items. PE&DD is here with delicious fish and prepared fish items.  Central Valley has the first of their heirloom tomatoes as well as vegetarian soup and eggs.  Norwich is here with delicious melons, heirloom tomatoes, all kinds of peppers and beans, squashes, and other fine produce.  Lani has greens, squashes, heirloom tomatoes, and cut herbs.  Healthway has potatoes and herbs and Madura has several kinds of mushroom as well as other produce.  Race, Troncillito, and Red Jacket have peaches, nectarines, and other delicious fruit.  Maxwell's Farm has great cut herbs, corn, beans, tomatoes, and several varieties of hot and sweet peppers.

Dutchmill and River Garden are here with beautiful flowers and Andrew's honey is here, as well as their bees!  Fantasy Fruit has blueberries, blackberries, and the last of their strawberries.

 To see these and others:   Monday Union Square Greenmarket

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Second delivery corn at Sycamore around 11 AM!

Stokes, Eckerton, Sycamore, Oak Grove, Norwich Meadows, Lani and others have great looking heirloom tomatoes today.  You can also find gorgeous squashes and melons at most of those.  S&SO has good looking produce and Paffenroth has the first CELERIAC of the season.  Keith and Stokes have great cut herbs as do S&SO, and Gorzynski.  Norwich Meadows has a wide choice of excellent beans and eggplants and Paffenroth has many kinds of radish and carrot.  Mountain Sweet Berry has some unique greens, including sucrine lettuce and wild arugula and Northshire Farm has excellent produce and eggs.

Quattro's has lovely little chickens as well as larger roasters and pheasants. They also have duck parts but no whole ducks today.
Their excellent eggs are also here.  Flying Pig has sausages and pork cuts and Violet Hill has great chickens and pork as well as colorful chicken eggs.  Windfall Farm has many kinds of greens and mesclun as well as tiny to large squashes and various kinds of cherry tomato.

Locust Grove, Oak Grove, Terhune, and Miglorelli have peaches and Caradonna and Locust have several kinds of plum in addition to berries. Fantasy Fruit and Phillips are here with blueberries and you can find strawberries at several stands as well. Mountain Sweet Berry didn't have their usual line for their Tri-Stars, probably due to the hot and sticky weather.

Seatuck is here with fish and shellfish and PE&DD has a huge selection of prepared fish dishes in addition to lobsters and fish.

To see these and other stands and products:

Saturday Greenmarket August 4

Friday, August 3, 2012


I bought Bodhitree's "froggy" melon -- the last, unfortunately--and Norwich's Cavaillon melon for a sweet treat.  This is the last day for Berried Treasures red currants and they have very few boxes of tiny wild blueberries, but plenty of Tri-Star strawberries.  Sycamore, Oak Grove, Bodhitree and others have plenty of good looking heirloom tomatoes and Oak Grove has a wide selection of hot and sweet peppers and pepper plants.  Norwich has many kinds of eggplant and Oak Grove, Samascott, Treelicious, and others have lots of peaches.  Binder and Oak Grove have lush herb plants as well as other plants, and Bodhitree and Lucky Dog have cut herbs.

Queens County Farm has greens and flowers and Flying Pig has pork cuts and sausages. Roaming Acres has bison, beef, pork, and ostrich meat today.  Pura Vida is here with many kinds of fish and Hot Bread Kitchen and others have many kinds of bread. Las Delicias has their outstanding pastries, including madeleines, tiny chocolate brownies, muffins, and small savory tarts.

Two Guys has lettuces and mushrooms and Madura has several kinds of mushrooms and shallots.  Muddy River has excellent produce, including artichokes, fennel, and fresh garlic.

To see these and other stands and produce:

 Greenmarket Friday, August 3

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Melons! Berries! Beans! Heirloom Tomatoes! Corn! Peaches!

Oak Grove,  Sycamore, Eckerton, Keith, Stokes, Tamarack, Bodhitree, and others have great heirloom tomatoes. Bodhitree and others have luscious melons, and Oak Grove is the place for sweet and hot peppers today.  Caradonna, Kernan, Sycamore, Oak Grove, and others have peaches, and Berried Treasures and Mountain Sweet Berry have Tri-star strawberries and tiny wild blueberries. Berried Treasures also has knockout beans and Bodhitree has some interesting bean and pepper varieties.  Miglorelli and Paffenroth have several kinds of beets.

Stokes and S&SO have cut herbs. I used Stokes's in my roast chicken last Sunday and the flavors were bright and full.  Keith also has good-looking herbs and Rogowski has some interesting looking greens today.  Bulich and Madura are here with several kinds of mushroom and Bulich has produce as well. Tamarack and Keith both have tasty looking produce and Tamarack has meats as well. Roaming Acres is here with ostrich meat and other ostrich items and Stony Mountain has beef.

Hot Bread Kitchen and Our Daily Bread are here with all kinds of breads and other baked goods.  To see these and other stands and produce,
check out:    Wednesday August 1


Sunday, July 29, 2012

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Sycamore's Second Delivery Corn at 10:30ish Today!!

Bought a chicken from Quattro for a repeat of last Sunday's sensational roast -- with Ronnybrook garlic butter, Stokes herbs, Paffenroth's red celery, D;Attolico's onion, Keith's Rocambole garlic, with salad of Stoke's basil, Gorzynski's lettuce,  Eckerton's sungold cherry tomatoes,  and Muddy River's parsley (bought yesterday).  Dessert will be Norwich's Cavaillon melon and golden raspberries with Fantasy Fruit blueberries (and the lavender cookies I bought yesterday from Las Delicias).

Many farmers now have heirloom tomatoes, squashes, melons, and peaches.  Locust Grove, Fantasy Fruit, Cherry Lane, and others have berries and currants, and Stokes, S&SO and others have cut herbs.  Oak Grove and Eckerton are starting to have more peppers and Oak Grove and Norwich have tomatillos.

To see these and others and what they've brought: 
Greenmarket Saturday July 28

Friday, July 27, 2012

Bodhitree and Norwich Melons! Hot Bread Kitchen's Raisin Challah! Las Delicias Chocolate "Brownies" are back!

Heirloom tomatoes -- Bodhitree, Norwich, Oak Grove, Lucky Dog, Miglorelli, Berried Treasures
Raspberries --  Norwich (golden and red), Berried Treasures
Peaches -- Oak Grove, Miglorelli, and others
Romanesco beans, both yellow and green -- Norwich, Bodhitree
Beans in general -- Those and others, with Berried Treasures having lovely haricots verts
Las Delicias -- Delicious fruit and savory tarts, madeleines, and other great pastries
Hot Bread Kitchen -- All sorts of ethnic baked goods
Finnish Ruis -- Tasty dark breads
Dutchmill Gardens -- lycianthus, gladiolas, sunflowers, and other beautiful flowers
River Garden -- Lovely country flowers
Tasty Greens -- Queens County Farm Museum, Norwich Farms, Muddy River Farm (ARTICHOKES!!), Lucky Dog, and others.

To see these and others:  Friday, July 27 Greenmarket

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Bodhitree has succulent sweet melons! Eckerton has tasty creamy baby potatoes. Corn, zucchini, and beans are bountiful.

I roasted a Quattro's chicken with Stokes fresh herbs and Ronnybrook's wonderful garlic butter on Sunday and am looking forward to a repeat this weekend.  With them I roasted zucchini from Stokes, onions from D'Attolico,  and tiny potatoes from Eckerton.  I had a salad of Gorzynsky's lettuce, Cherry Lane and Oak Grove's heirloom tomatoes, and cucumbers from Sycamore.  That was all from Saturday's haul.  Today, I'm steaming Sycamore corn, making a salad of leftover chicken, Eckerton's heirloom tomatoes, and Paffenroth carrots.  Dessert will include a fruit pie from Breezy Hill and peaches from Locust Grove and Kernan.

Who else is here today?:  Hudson Valley Duck Farm, Valley Shepherd cheeses, Hot Bread Kitchen, Rogowski's produce, Fantasy Fruit's blueberries, Berried Treasures strawberries, haricots verts, baby squashes, wild blueberries, and Oak Grove's peaches, Terhune's peaches and other fruit, and Caradonna's peaches and berries.

For these and others, click here:
Wednesday, July 25

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Red Tailed Hawk!! Mayor of the Greenmarket!

A kind Greenmarket regular pointed out the red-tailed hawk regally observing the market action.  There were many things to check out today -- particularly red and black currants, heirloom tomatoes, corn, squashes, beautiful salad and other greens and stone fruit, including all kinds of plums and peaches.  Golden, red, and black raspberries, Tri-Star and other strawberries, all kinds of kales, and artichokes are available today and the weather is perfect.

Three Corner Field Farm is here with cheeses, yogurts, and lamb. Cato Corner has their tasty cheeses and Valley Shepherd has a variety of interesting cheeses as well.  Quattro's and Violet Hill have wide varieties of poultry and Violet Hill has smoked and fresh pork cuts today.  Quattro's has pheasant and other eggs and VH has duck and chicken eggs.  Norwich also has eggs and chickens.

You'll find beautiful stone fruit at Locust, Caradonna, Terhune, Oak Grove, and others.  Heirloom tomatoes are here at Cherry Lane, Oak Grove, and Eckerton as well as Stokes, where you'll also find heirloom cherry tomatoes, all sorts of cut herbs, squashes, and other produce.  S&SO also has heirloom tomatoes and Paffenroth has many kinds of produce including red celery, puntarella, and many colored beets, carrots, and radishes.  Conuco, Mountain Sweet Berry, and Windfall have beautiful edible zucchini flowers.

To see these and others: Greenmarket Saturday, July 21

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Lots of Bees!! Oak Grove, River Garden, Dutchmill -- all have beautiful flowers and bees!

That's what we need to make Andrew's beautiful honey varieties, so buzz away!

Today I bought corn from Sycamore, lycianthus and gladiolas from Dutchmill, heirloom tomatoes from Eckerton, Stokes, and Oak Grove, peppers from Eckerton and Oak Grove, parsley and coriander from S&SO, and slurpy peaches and nectarines from Kernan.  Most of our farmers are here today, including Bodhitree with many kinds of bean, pepper, and greens, Paffenroth with baby fennel, puntarella, and other unique greens, Stokes with fresh cut herbs, tomatoes, squashes, and lettuces, and Berried Treasures and Mountain Sweet Berry with berries, potatoes, and unusual greens.

Tamarack has produce and meats, Madura has only vegetables (no mushrooms today), and Caradonna has all kinds of stone fruits and berries.  Red Jacket has good looking apricots and Rogowski and Keith are here with organic vegetables. Eckerton has his delicious cherry tomatoes and large heirlooms and the first of his peppers.  Oak Grove has a big selection of hot peppers and pepper plants, heirloom tomatoes, and other vegetables as well as pork and beef.

Locust Grove, Fantasy Fruit, Caradonna, Kernan, and others have berries and currants.  For pictures of these and others, click here:

Greenmarket Wednesday July 18

Monday, July 16, 2012

Dutchmill's Lycianthus (Prairie Rose) is here!!

It's already getting steamy, so I'm glad I got to the market early. I bought a beautiful bluefish filet from PE&DD, lycianthus and gladiolas from Dutchmill, and Romanesco beans and golden raspberries from Norwich Meadows. The elk meat at Raghoo looks good and Roaming Acres has Berkshire pork, bison, and ostrich meat today.  Maxwell's Farm, Lani, and Norwich have wide varieties of beautiful produce and Red Jacket has good-looking stone fruit. Madura and Race have great looking vegetables and Lavender By The Bay is here with fragrant lavender gifts, dried lavender, and other products.

Andrew's Honey has all sorts of NY based honeys and Hudson River Duck Farm has various duck products and ducks.  Buon Pana has baguettes and other baked goods.  A new stand in the market, Butterfield, has goat's milk products and cheeses.  Consider Bardwell will take orders for meat in addition to having their delicious cheeses and crisps today.

To see pictures of these and other stands and produce, click here:

Greenmarket Monday, July 16

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Norwich melons! Eckerton, Cherry Lane, Oak Grove, Norwich, and others, HEIRLOOM TOMATOES!!

Today I bought corn from Sycamore, cherry tomatoes from Shushan *it's there last day until the Fall), raspberries from Norwich, milk from Ronnybrook, and wonderful fragrant roses from Rose Meadow.  Paffenroth has their gorgeous radish, beet, and carrot varieties as well as unusual greens and a wide variety of onion family vegetables.  Stokes has tasty cherry tomatoes and Oak Grove has beautiful pepper plants. Cornuso has good looking haricots verts and Locust Grove has gooseberries, currants, raspberries, cherries, and peaches.

Violet Hill has bacon and other pork products and Quattro's has all kinds of smoked poultry and meat as well as duck eggs.  Lani and Windfall have interesting unusual produce including edible flowers, squashes, and peppers, and Eckerton has their excellent sungold tomatoes, other heirloom tomatoes, and other organic greens  Gorzynski has my favorite lettuces, other delicious greens and herbs as well as some raspberries. Bulich has several kinds of mushroom and Caradonna has berries and stone fruit. Tremblay has honeys and Beth's Farm Kitchen has their wild blueberry and other jams and chutneys.

[A message from Beth Linsky of Beth's Farm Kitchen:
HOT VINEGAR, THE NEWEST PRODUCT AT Beth's Farm Kitchen also the DILLY BEANS are back and we have FIG JAM for the first time this season. Happy Bastille Day}

To see these and other stands and produce, click here:
Saturday, July 14, BASTILLE DAY!!

Friday, July 13, 2012

New at Las Delicias -- Delicious fruit tarts! Artichokes at Muddy River and Norwich Meadows!!

I'm having Las Delicias's peach tart for breakfast. So lovely! Bought a few beautiful purple gladiolas from Dutchmill, truffle cheese and sausage from Dancing Ewe, corn from Sycamore, a huge "half" bunch of coriander from Muddy River (they will split a gigantor bunch for you if you ask), red raspberries and fragrant fresh garlic from Norwich, sweet blueberries from Samascot, and a tasty bread from Hot Bread Kitchen.  Cheerful Cherry is back with jams, tomatoes, plants, and other good things.

To see these and others:   Greenmarket Friday, July 13

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Husk tomatoes at Bodhitree! Multicolored sweet carrots at Paffenroth! Slurpy peaches at Kernan! Heirloom field tomatoes at Eckerton, Cherry Lane, and Oak Grove!!

Today I bought roses at Rose Meadow, corn at Sycamore, gladiolas at Dutchmill, and peaches at Kernan. The melons at Bodhitree taste great and the mushrooms at Bulich look fresh and delicious.  Stokes and Keith have different garlic varieties -- both of which are excellent -- and there are plenty of berries and currants around the market, including Caradonna, Locust Grove, Berried Treasures, and Mountain Sweet Berry.

I just ate one of Kernan's peaches. OMG! how perfect! And Mountain Sweet Berry's Tri-Star strawberries! They finally have enough to put out several boxes (for those of you who have been disappointed to find them sold out). Berried Treasures wild blueberries are tiny nuggets of essence of blueberry and Locust Grove's currants are great for baked desserts and jams.

To see these and other stands and produce:

Greenmarket July 11

Monday, July 9, 2012

Artichokes at Norwich!! Bluefish at PE&DD! Bison at Roaming Acres! CSI choices at Central Valley!!

Monday's market is smaller, but very impressive, with Consider Bardwell's delicious cheeses, Hudson Valley Duck Farm's ducks and duck products, Norwich Meadows, Maxwell,'s and Lani's produce, and Healthway's excellent potatoes.  Red Jacket has great looking apricots and other fruit, and Race has blueberries, cherries, and other produce as well.  Madura has several kinds of mushroom in addition to other vegetables, and Truncillo has tasty looking fruit.

Rising Sun Beef, PE&DD, Raghoo (elk meat!), and Roaming Acres have various kinds of delicious protein, and Hudson Valley Duck Farm has several duck products as well as ducks. Andrew's Honey and other stands complete the food options. A new entry on Monday -- Butterfield Farm's goat milk items.

Dutchmill has beautiful gladiolas and River Garden has unusual flower choices. Both have lovely sunflower varieties.

To see these and other items, click here:
Greenmarket, Monday July 9

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Just about every Saturday stand is here!

Best advice -- go early today!

Locust Grove -- currants, gooseberries, raspberries, cherries, peaches, etc.
Stokes -- cut herbs, garlic, greens, squashes
Cornuco -- Organic produce
Van Houten -- flowering plants, squashes, tomatoes, corn
Miglorelli -- root vegetables, peas, fruit
Paffenroth -- many kinds of radishes, carrots, baby fennel, puntarella, onions of all sorts
D'Attiloco -- garlic, onions, greens, sprouts
Ryder -- organic produce
Gorzynsky -- organic produce, raspberries, blueberries, gorgeous lettuces
Oak Grove -- tomatoes, flours, sunflowers, popcorn
Windfall -- edible flowers, mesclun, squashes, greens
Mountain Sweet Berry -- wild arugula, chamomile flowers, golden nugget potatoes, greens. Their Tri-stars are probably gone by now
Sycamore -- Corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, cauliflower
Ronnybrook -- ICE CREAM!!!

Cato Corner Farm-- cheese
Three Corner Field Farm-- cheese, yogurt, lamb cuts
 Cayuga-- breads,grains, beans
Tonjes -- goat milk, yogurts, cheeses

Rose Meadow, James Durr, Silva, and others, flowers.

To see these and others, click here:

Greenmarket Saturday July 7

Just about everyone is here today!!

Best advice -- go early today!

 Locust Grove -- currants, gooseberries, raspberries, cherries, peaches,

 Stokes -- cut herbs, garlic, greens, squashes

 Cornuco -- Organic produce

 Van Houten -- flowering plants, squashes, tomatoes, corn

 Miglorelli -- root vegetables, peas, fruit

 Paffenroth -- many kinds of radishes, carrots, baby fennel, puntarella,
 onions of all sorts

 D'Attiloco -- garlic, onions, greens, sprouts

 Ryder -- organic produce

 Gorzynsky -- organic produce, raspberries, blueberries, gorgeous lettuces
Oak Grove -- tomatoes, flours, sunflowers, popcorn

 Windfall -- edible flowers, mesclun, squashes, greens

 Mountain Sweet Berry -- wild arugula, chamomile flowers, golden nugget
 potatoes, greens. Their Tri-stars are probably gone by now

 Sycamore -- Corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, cauliflower

 Ronnybrook -- ICE CREAM!!!

Friday, July 6, 2012

Headlines: Bodhitree has heirloom tomatoes! Norwich has WATERMELON!!

Otherwise, the same stands here last Friday are here today.  Norwich also has white and red wild strawberries, red, yellow, and black raspberries, and a wide variety of beans and peppers.  Divine Brine is not here, but Las Delicias is definitely here with beautiful fruit tarts, madelines, and other lovely pastries and savory tarts. Dutchmill has gladiolas in many colors.  Pura Vida is here with fish and Queens County
Farm Museum is here with greens, flowers, and other items. Madura is here with their usual produce.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Union Square Greenmarket is open today.

A few stands took the day off, but many are here! To see who's here and what they've brought, check this out:
Fourth of July Greenmarket Union Square

Stands have corn, berries, currants, herbs, tomatoes, etc. Check the pictures to see who has what.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Sycamore's CORN!! Eckerton's BLACK RASPBERRIES! Berried Treasures' TRI-STAR STRAWBERRIES! Kernan's SLURPY PEACHES!

I am enjoying one of Kernan's delicious peaches as I write. Sycamore's corn is here and their shelling peas are sweet and tasty and the price of shelling peas there and in the market in general is good.  Locust Grove has sweet black cherries, queen anne cherries, GOOSEBERRIES, RED CURRANTS, red raspberries and blueberries. Caradonna also has a variety of stone fruit and berries. Cherry Lane has raspberries and Terhune and Phillips are here with berries as well.

Stokes has sorrel and many other cut herbs, garlic, tomatoes, and squashes.  Keith has organic cut herbs, spring onions, Rocambole garlic, and many kinds of green.  Paffenroth is here with an excellent variety of beets, carrots, and other produce as well as corn.

Dutchmill, River Garden, and Silva are here with various kinds of flower, and Tamarack, Hudson Valley, Roaming Acres, and others are here with meats and poultry.  Hot Bread Kitchen has an assortment of ethnic breads and Andrew's honey is here as well.  Blue Moon has fish and shellfish.

For these and other stands and what they've brought:
Greenmarket Wednesday, June 27

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Sycamore says CORN next Saturday! Stokes has sorrel!! Shushan's sweet cherry tomatoes!

Mountain Sweet Berry has no strawberries today, but they do have several interesting greens, including "Dan's Chicory", wild arugula, and two kinds of pea shoots.  D'Attolico has great young onions and garlic and delicious greens and sprouts.  Cherry Lane has heirloom tomatoes, and Eckerton has carrots, new potatoes, and greens.  Lani, Mountain Sweet Berry, Norwich, and others have fava beans, and Lani has all kinds of other beans, greens, and various onions and fresh garlic.  Stokes and Keith also have new crop garlic, greens, herbs, and other vegetables, and Stokes has tasty cherry tomatoes, other greenhouse tomatoes, blueberries, and squashes.  Gorzynsky, Conuca, and Hudson Valley are here with various greens and Hawthorne Valley has all kinds of produce, breads, and dairy products.  Catskill Merino has various sheep products and wool, and Three Corner Field Farm has yogurts, cheeses, and lamb cuts.  Cato Corner is here with delicious cheeses.

Hodgeson and Locust Grove have strawberries and blueberries, and Locust has RED CURRANTS, raspberries, and GOOSEBERRIES.  Caradonna has many kinds of berries and cherries. Eckerton had black raspberries when I was there.

Seatuck has several kinds of seafood, including bags of mussels.  PE&DD has cooked lobsters, seafood salads, crabcakes, fish, and shellfish.  Flying  pig is here with pork products and Violet Hill has sausages, chicken and chicken parts, and mushrooms.  Quattro's has pheasant and wild turkey eggs, poultry, venison chili, smoked poultry and other delicious meats. 

Rose Meadow has beautiful roses, snapdragons, and sweet peas. River Garden has fresh cut lavender and grasses.  Duva has lilies.

To see these and other stands and produce:
Saturday, June 23 Union Square

Friday, June 22, 2012

Too Darn Hot! But our farmers are all here!

Samascott, Norwich, and others have strawberries, and Berried Treasures and Norwich have wild strawberries. Norwich has both red and yellow wild ones.  Samascott has rhubarb, too, and various vegetables.  Norwich has favas, various string beans, squashes, greens, and other tasty organic produce.  Berried Treasures has small La Ratte and other unique potatoes, as well as cut herbs. Stokes has greenhouse cherry tomatoes, tomatoes, cut herbs, fresh garlic, and other produce.  Miglorelli has huge piles of peas and beets, as well as CORN! Queens County Farm Museum has beautiful produce and Bobolink is next stand over with great cheeses.  Hot Bread Kitchen has all sorts of interesting breads and Ruis is here with their dark Finnish style. 

Raghoo has elk and other meats, Roving Acres has ostrich and ostrich eggs, Rising Sun has beef, and Pura Vida is here with fish.  Divine Brine has all sorts of pickled vegetables and Dancing Ewe has ricotta and other delicious Italian cheeses.  Las Delicias has wonderful pastries, including addictive gluten free brownies(!).  Beth's Farm Kitchen is here with all sorts of jams, jellies, chutneys, and pickled vegetables.  Tremblay has lovely honey and Deep Mountain has tasty maple syrups and candies.

For pictures of these and others:  Union Square, Friday, June 22

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Snow Peas! Eckerton's Tomatoes!l Stokes's Sorrel! Berried Treasures La Ratte Potatoes! Paffenroth's Unique Greens!

It's pretty warm already, and uncomfortably humid, but all of our farmers are here.  Locust Grove has blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and several kinds of cherry.  Mountain Sweet Berry has pea shoots, Tri-Stars, and interesting greens, and Eckerton has cherry tomatoes, some heirlooms, and great French breakfast radishes.  Bodhitree, Keith, Stokes, and others have cut herbs, and Berried Treasures has La Ratte potatoes, and several other potato varieties.  Bulich and Madura both have great looking mushrooms, and Rogowski, S&SO, Tamarack, and others have excellent produce.

Dutchmill is here with lilies, gladiolas, sweet peas, and other beautiful flowers, and Ronnybrook is here with milks, drinkable yogurts, butters, cheeses, and ice creams.  Tweefontein has herb teas and other herbal products.  Cherry Lane and Rogowski have snow peas.  Kernan has peaches, string beans, and squashes, and Hoeffner has rhubarb, tomatoes, and other produce.  Caradonna has cider, flowering and other plants, and cherries.

Hudson Valley Duck Farm, Roaming Acres (ostrich meat), Blue Moon fish and seafood, and others are here with various meats, poultries, and eggs.
Oak Grove has beef and pork and Stony Mountain has beef cuts.

Two Guys and Shushan have hydroponic produce and Sycamore has broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, and basil.

For pictures of these and others:  Greenmarket Wednesday June 20

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, rhubarb, cherries!

Check out Locust Grove, Phillips, Lani, Hodgson,and Cherry Lane for berries.  Hoeffner and others have rhubarb.  Cherry Lane and others have gorgeous new crop onions and Norwich Meadows, Stokes, and others have young garlic, onions, and shallots.  Paffenroth has baby fennel, upland cress, and other unique vegetables, and Mountain Sweet Berry and Northshire have sucrine and other interesting greens.  Stokes has beautiful sorrel and they and S&SO have beautiful cut herbs.  Binder and Oak Grove have great herb plants, and Silver Heights has many kinds of vegetable plants.  Gorzynsky and Eckerton have great organix produce and D'Attolico and Monkshood have many kinds of interesting sprouts.  Ryder Farm is back with beautiful produce!

Seacliff has softshell crabs,many other kinds of shellfish, and fish, and PE&DD have cooked lobsters as well as seafood salads, shellfish, fish, and crab cakes.  Violet Hill has fresh pork cuts, chickens, and sausages, as well as interesting eggs and mushrooms,and Quattro's has wild turkey eggs, pheasant eggs, and chicken eggs. Bulich is here with many kinds of mushroom as well.

River Garden has fragrant lavender and other flowers, Rose Meadow has beautiful roses, sweetpeas, and snapdragons, and James Durr is here with beautiful country flowers. Duva has several kinds of lily.

Click here for pictures of these and other stands and produce:
Greenmarket Saturday, June 16

Friday, June 15, 2012

Blueberries! Strawberries! Sorrel! Multicolored broccoli! Fava Beans! Shishito peppers!

Bodhitree and Norwich have several kinds of beans, including favas, as well as greens, lettuces, and other fresh produce.  Several stands have cucumbers and kirbys, and there are beautiful greenhouse tomatoes at many stands as well.  Oak Grove has pepper and tomato plants and windowsill herb gardens with various mixes.  Binder, Dutchmill, Oak Grove, Stokes, and others have herb plants of all kinds and Muddy River, Stokes, Norwich, and others have gorgeous garlic.  Mischick and Muddy have beautiful onions and Muddy has carrots (if you get there early enough). Miglorelli has a huge supply of beets, radishes, and other root vegetables as well as broccoli rabe, sugar snaps, and shelling peas. Bodhitree has shishito pappers and Stokes has BLUEBERRIES.

Queens County Farm Museum is here with lovely flowers and produce and Dutchmill has beautiful gladiolas, lilies, sweet peas, and other country flowers. Divine Brine is here with succulent pickles, Beth has tasty jams and chutneys, and Las Delicias has amazing pastries, including fruit tarts, addictive lavender cookies and chocolate brownies, and wonderful vegetable tarts.

For pictures of these and other stands:  Greenmarket June 15