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Morningside Almanac: Week of 1/26

Make a feast for the Chinese New Year, Superbowl, and Valentine’s Day (sorry to bring it up…) at the Greenmarket, set up every Thursday and Sunday from 114th-116-th on Broadway.  Look out for these highlights.  Xin Nián Kuài Lè! Check out the info table from 12-1 for an interactive and delivious Chinese hot pot cooking demo […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 1/19

Relearn how to properly feed yourself by checking out the Greenmarket’s fresh fruit and produce Thursdays and Sundays on Broadway between 114th and 116th. As always, Bwog brings you the highlights. Stop by the info station and flash your CUID for a free, reusable shopping bag Turnips, rutabaga, and carrots fit for hummus-dipping can be […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 12/15

Crawl out of your study grotto and grab some grub at the Greenmarket, slinging fresh produce on Broadway beteween 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday. As per tradition, Bwog brings you the weekly highlights. King Ferry Winery will now attend both Thursdays and Sundays each week. This Thursday, Lani’s will be selling no-spray greens […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 11/17

In case you’ve not enticed by the mystical vibes of the Reishi, this week’s Greenmarket offers plenty of supplies to preemptively celebrate the holiday season. Enjoy this week’s highlights: Samascott Orchard will be selling chestnuts this week (roasting by the open fire must be done at home). Bring in eggnog season with local, fresh ‘nog from Ronnybrook […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 11/10

Winter’s encroaching frost has, for the moment, retreated. Celebrate the little victory with a trip to the Green Market, located between 114th and 116th on Broadway. As always, Bwog brings you this week’s highlights. Milk Thistle returns this Sunday bearing an abundance of dairy: vat-pasteurized milk, chocolate milk, yogurt, and heavy cream. Greenmarket now boasts […]

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The Morningside Almanac: Week of 11/3

The Greenmarket convenes on Broadway every Thursday and Sunday. Bwog updates you on the highlights of this week’s harvest. Dare to get seasonal. While grape season is over, it’s always wine season. King Ferry Winery will still be serving up local wines this Sunday and next Thursday. Want some cheese with that wine? Millport Dairy brings raw […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 10/27

The Greenmarket assembles on Broadway every Wednesday and Sunday. Bwog brings you the highlights for this week’s market.  This is the last day for Wagner’s grapes and grape juice, so get your fix before you have to go back to Welch’s. Cut through the gloomy weather with a cup of hot cider, available at both […]

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Tales from Farmville: Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm

As of now, Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm has no ostrich eggs—the two on display are hollow with holes drilled at the top. Few people but Lou, who has been in the ostrich business for 12 years, have any reason to know this, but we are not in ostrich season right now. As Bwog learned from […]

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Cooking with Bwog: Staying Warm, Inside and Out

Our resident culinary expert, Matt Powell, has a different suggestion for fighting those start-of-semester blues.  Read on for his take on the best way to keep your heart and soul warm. The first Thursday that I was back from break, I was wandering through the Farmer’s Market and the fish stand seemed to be calling […]

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The Morningside Almanac: Week of 9/16

Every week, Bwog brings you the latest and greatest in your local fruits, veggies and meats so you’ll know which seasonal goodies to look out for at the Greenmarket this week! What’s New: Raindance Farm is having a sausage sale. Watch out for Monkshood Nursery’s luscious red carrots. Stannard pumkins and squashes are here. Apparently […]

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Cooking With Bwog 2.0: With A Little Help From Our Foodie Friends

We’ve done this cooking thing before, but we thought we’d, uh, kick it up a notch. Bwog obviously loves to eat, but there are others on campus with more refined palates. We turned to Matt Powell, a member of Columbia University Culinary Society, to guide us through gastronomy. Welcome to the return of Cooking with […]

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Food! And Lack Thereof

Good news: EcoReps are once again giving away free hot chocolate and cookies if you sign up for their new energy challenge. Lerner ramps. Bad news: There are only 2-3 farmers market stands on 115th today, as the snow and slush seem to have chased away most of them away.

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Tales From Farmville: Milk Thistle Farm

Bwog loves the farmers market. You love the farmers market. The farmers market loves Columbia. A new chapter in our grand ‘Getting to Know…’ history, we present the first installment of Tales from Farmville, the lives and loves of the Morningside farmers market. Contessa Gayles reports. Every Sunday, Ruby, with dyed hair to match the […]

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