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Broadway between 114th and 116th (in front of Lerner) is the place to be today if you have yet to stock up on fridge fodder. If you want to stave off the freshman (or sophomore… or junior) 15, and you kinda dig supporting local farmers, then Columbia Greenmarket is your best bet every Thursday and […]

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Now that it’s finally warm outside, we’re going to skip the intro that we usually include to coerce you into leaving the haven that is your Furnald single and heading over to the Greenmarket. Today’s lineup: Cut flowers and fragrant lavender, available both Sunday and Thursday for the next three weeks (filed under: a nice […]

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Sad about that false spring we had last week? Looking for something to put in your stomach before you obliterate it with Thirsty Thursday festivities? Planning to simulate Lady Gaga’s meat dress with pork? Then head over to the Greenmarket and fulfill your wildest fantasies. This week, you can expect: Ronnybrook Farm with dairy essentials: […]

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For your sensory entertainment, today Bwog explores the Greenmarket’s current comestibles chromatically. White: Look for pure white parsnips at Monkshood and white rutabaga at Stannards (they are usually yellow). Brown: The big round loaves of bread from Cayuga are crusty on the outside and soft on the inside. If you want them, come early; they’re the first […]

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An interesting melange of foodstuff, flowers, fowl and fish at the Greenmarket today: Goat cheese from new cheese maker Pete Martin Lavender by the Bay Ostrich Fish from Long Island Things to remember: The market will be open on Tuesday November 23rd instead of Thanksgiving Thursday. Go to the info tent to use EBT/debit/credit. Image […]

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It’s 11/11! Bwog hopes you wished for cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. The Greenmarket welcomes the new goat cheese producer, Broadway Acres, from Pennsylvania. There are purple, green and orange cauliflowers at Samascotts. Starting Sunday, the Greenmarket will celebrate Grains Week to feature their superb selection of grains. Pepper season is almost over, but it is […]

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Comestibles and potables to look out for at the Greenmarket today: Spinach at Gonzales Farms Mushrooms at Madura Farm (They suggest using oyster mushrooms in a satay because of their “wonderful aroma when cooked.”) Parsnips at Stannard’s Farm Fresh chèvre cheese at Ardith Mae 2 for $20 Chardonnay sale at Food & Wine Cathy Erway from Not […]

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Autumn has arrived in the Greenmarket! Here’s what to expect. Both Thursday & Sunday: Hot apple cider season is here. Samascotts has chestnuts to roast over an open fire (or in your oven). There are no grapes (Wager Cider Mill) on Thursday and Sunday. Try Beth’s farm kitchen mint jelly. They always have delicious samples! If […]

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What to expect when you venture out to the Greenmarket today: Heron Hill Winery has been practicing sustainable viniculture for over thirty years and is making a guest appearance at today’s market. Orange and purple cauliflowers from Samascott Orchards are here. Wager’s Cider Mill has new grape varieties. Hudson Valley Duck has fresh duck sausage. […]

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As the seasons are a-changin’ so is the Greenmarket, and this week’s sunny skies promise a full house! The chilly weather favors different fruits and veggies, so here’s the lowdown on the last-chance crops you want to snag this week. Lavender by the Bay will be back by popular demand. American Seafood will be in with […]

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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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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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Every week, Bwog will bring you the latest and greatest in your local fruits, veggies and meats so you’ll know which seasonal goodies to look out for. Today – apples, eggplants and foreign meats, oh my! What’s New Greenmarket welcomes Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm! Now you can buy ostrich jerky, filets, steaks, burgers, ground, fresh ostrich […]

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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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