I shopped for the New York Times gazpacho recipe at Stokes (for tomatoes and cucumbers), Oak Grove (for Anaheim peppers), Norwich Meadows Farm (for onions), and also stopped at D'Attolico for their fresh chickpea hummus. Norwich had good-looking favas today and Sycamore has tasty tomatoes, cucumbers, and corn. Cherry Lane has fairytale and other eggplants as well as heirloom tomatoes, corn peppers, and San Marzano sauce tomatoes. Eckerton has many kinds of heirloom tomato, including mixed boxes of cherry tomatoes as well as larger heirlooms. Oak Grove has both cherry and large heirlooms, too.
Locust Grove has all kinds of berries and stone fruit, including red currants. Phillips has blueberries and blackberries and Fantasy Fruit has Tri-Star strawberries. Mountain Sweet Berry has a line waiting for their Tri-Stars as well as their sucrine lettuces and other unique greens. Windfall Farms has several unique berries, tiny lettuces and other greens, and edible flowers.
To see these and other stands and produce:http://tinyurl.com/ocrglhc