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Morningside Almanac: 10/3/13

Stop by Columbia’s Greenmarket on your way to class for tasty fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, and everything else delicious. The Greenmarket is every Thursday and Sunday—enjoy! A brief spate of warm weather will bring in the last of the summer produce, and ripens the produce of fall. Come by the info table to see […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 9/5

It’s baaaacckkkkk.  Well actually, you’re back–the Greenmarket’s been holding down the fort while you were out.  The Columbia Greenmarket is on Broadway between 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday.  Here are this week’s highlights: Lavender By The Bay is back, get something that smells nice! Thanks to the weather and season, there’s tons of delicious […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week Of 12/21

It’s the last market week of the semester! Go and celebrate your last final/fortify yourself for your last final with hot cider, donuts with massive amounts of sugar, and other market-y, wintry things. The Columbia market is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and as always, accepts credit, debit, and EBT. There is food scrap collection […]

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Tales from Farmville: The Magical Power of Mushrooms

Madura Farms drops by the Columbia Greenmarket every so often with an offering of mushrooms, and after hearing tell of their mythical abilities, Bwog’s resident magician Briana Last dropped by to uncover the truth in this edition of Tales from Farmville. Upon her arrival at the Madura tent, she was directed to Dan Madura, the […]

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Tales from Farmville: Buon Pane and Focaccia

Buon Pane and Focaccia dishes out its namesake round breads for $4 apiece every Thursday at the Columbia Greenmarket. Barbara Olson and Joseph Garcia have been supplying the Columbia community every Thursday for over a decade, and their locally sourced toppings include goat cheese, gorgonzola, Portobello mushrooms, spinach, and artichoke hearts. In this edition of […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 4/14

Rise and… shine? Nah, that would be too much to ask. Just rise and shuffle over to class. But afterward, when you’ve been awake for an appropriate amount of time to “shine,” consider doing so at the Greenmarket. The lineup: The return of Lani’s Farm, complete with “greens of all types” (but probably not the […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 3/3

Yesterday, we had sun. Last night, we had wind chills. Two days before, it was sort of gray. This weather is confusing, but with any luck, spring will… spring (for real) very soon! In the meantime, you can act like it has already sprung by stocking up on delicious organic foods at the Greenmarket that […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 2/17

Apparently, it’s supposed to be 50 degrees or warmer today! This is weird, but we’re not going to question it. Instead, we’re probably going to stop by the Greenmarket, and you should too. Today’s offerings include: A new product—Berkshire pork. Greenmarket-ers inform us that “It’s a heritage breed of pork,” and has been “genetically unmodified […]

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Tales from Farmville: Samascott Orchards

As one of the Columbia Greenmarket’s biggest fans, Bwog likes to stop and chat with the lovely people who supply us with farm fresh produce. This week, Zoe Camp met with the good people of Samascott Orchards—you may know it as the booth with the awesome apple cider. We may be more than halfway into fall, […]

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Morningside Almanac: Sunday Update

Greenmarket rolls on today with its signature Fall freshness. Here’s a smidgen of what’s out there: Get out there early for the beautiful organic multicolored carrots at Monkshood Nursery. Challah bread and danishes made from the farm fresh eggs of Knoll Krest will be available. Milk Thistle has delicious fresh whole chickens. Image from Wikimedia […]

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The Morningside Almanac: Week of 9/22

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: lavender, baby boos and duck sausage! Today’s Market: Lavender by the Bay is making a guest appearance this week with fresh and dried lavender […]

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The Morningside Almanac: Week of 9/5

New semester, new root vegetables at the Columbia Greenmarket. On most Wednesdays (except for today, which is Sunday!) Bwog will preview what’s new at the Greenmarket that week, what’s in season, what’s going out of season, any news that might aid your quest for good tomatoes. Today’s Market: Fall produce is arriving early because of […]

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