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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Peaches! Heirloom tomatoes! Melons! Plums! Eggplants! Romano beans! Haricots verts! Tiny potatoes! Kales! Corn!

It's high summer and there are all kinds of delicious vegetables and fruits available in the Greenmarket.  Stokes has gone-to-seed coriander (great flavorful fresh coriander seeds), heirloom tomatoes, several kinds of basil, lemon verbena, and other generous bunches of cut herbs, as well as delicious salad options.  Cherry Lane has San Marzano tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, corn, kirbys, and other tasty produce.  Paffenroth has many kinds of cale, carrots, celeries (including red celery), herbs, potatoes, various kinds of beets, and many onion family vegetables.

Miglorelli has several kinds of beets, radishes, and other vegetables, as well as peaches and blueberries.  Oak Grove has their full compliment of unique hot and sweet peppers as well as heirloom tomatoes, three kinds of popcorn, slurpy peaches, eggplants, and other delicious produce.  Mountain Sweet Berry has Tri-Star strawberries, interesting greens, and lovely tiny potatoes.  Eckerton has many sizes and types of heirloom tomatoes.

River Garden, Dutchmill, Rose Meadow, and others have beautiful flowers.  Cato is here with their prizewinning cheeses and Phillips has raspberries, strawberries, currants, and blueberries.  Fantasy Fruit has strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Roaming Acres has pork, beef, and ostrich meats, and Blue Moon fish is here with fresh seafood.

Beth's Farm Kitchen is here with all kinds of preserves, mustards, chutneys, and ketchups and other sauces.  Windfall has unique greens, edible flowers, and squashes. Berried Treasures has delicious haricots verts and other tasty beans, wild blueberries, Tri-Stars, and potatoes.

To see these and other stands:  Wednesday Greenmarket 

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