union square farmers market
Michael wanted to make a plan, wanted to know what he'd be doing for the winter. He started thinking about those farmer-training programs he'd read about, and decided to apply.
Markets are some of the few remaining places where people of different economic classes still interact.
New Yorkers may seem disconnected. In actuality, though, it takes amazing stores of inner fortitude to exist in these self-contained worlds. People are accustomed to themselves and each other on levels people living far apart just aren't. They cannot isolate or hide from each other here.
From the stroller pusher to the person who touches everything.
The bounty before the breach, the treasure trove of the dirt farmer, the end-of-season Union Square greenmarket. An eager gatherer, I approach the market with two empty canvas bags and a pocket full of cash.
Unlike some other ways of cooking ribs, this is not about smoke and seasoning: it's about the meat, its fat and its juices.
Greenmarket has been bringing fresh and local produce to New York's streets since 1976, long before the terms Slow Food, locavores