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Locust Grove

  1. Farm to Restaurant
    Farm to Restaurant: Macoun ApplesHow Locust Grove Farm’s apples are served at Butter and Telepan.
  2. At the Greenmarket
    Primetime for Beans But Also Tomato Fights Almost as good as Greenmarket food is the packaging. The environmentalist brings muslin for cheese-wrapping, the fashionista has a repurposed gift basket on her arm, and there’s a chef with a wheelbarrow-bike. We just met the most produce-specific shopper yet: She has a thermal bag for dairy, plastic containers for tomatoes and berries, ziplocks for baby salads, and regular bags for everything else. We stopped smushing peaches into our purse to watch her shop.
  3. At the Greenmarket
    Market Salutes Homer With Simpson Lettuce and Doughnut PeachesFrom the overpoweringly fragrant cantaloupes to the increasingly colorful tomatoes and peppers, everything at the market sells itself these days — the vendors just try to keep up. But on the northwest corner of Union Square, you can enjoy some old-fashioned salesmanship: With his dapper suits and British-Australian accent, Joe Ades has been perfecting his patter for fifteen years, slicing carrots into strips with the imported Star peeler and offering to sell the very one he’s using to guarantee there’s no scam.
  4. At the Greenmarket
    Obscure Tubers Get Their Due, Sci-fi Broccoli Here for a FlashCanada geese, snowbirds, and raw foodists have sunnier climes in mind, but cooks ready to roast, simmer, and stew need look no further than Union Square.
  5. At the Greenmarket
    Pear Cider Ripe for Spiking; Showers Bring Maitake Mushrooms While window designers struggle into cabs with 100-pound pumpkins for their autumn displays, cooks can bring home the big flavors of roots, tubers, mushrooms, apples, and pears.
  6. At the Greenmarket
    Calmer Cows Giving Better Milk; Reserve Thanksgiving Turkeys Now When the ground grows cold, root vegetables, winter squash and hardy greens start storing sugar to help keep from freezing. Why not stock up on some sugar of your own, in the form of cider doughnuts or molasses cookies?
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