The gang ventured up to NYC for its annual Christmas stroll through Union Square. We go in particular for the Christmas Market, but one of the delights is also the Greenmarket, which is there every Wednesday and Saturday.
The Greenmarket features only locally produced foods, so veggies this time of year are apples, pears, cabbages and Brussels sprouts, carrots, potatoes, and all sorts of root vegetables like celeriac, beets, radishes, and Jerusalem artichokes. Beyond the produce are baked goods, honey, jams and pickles, pasta, cheese and eggs. This time of year there are also lots of Christmas greens.
It's a beautiful place to visit. I only wish I could shop and bring the stuff home to cook.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Union Square Greenmarket at Christmas
Dave loves to eat, and cook, and feed his family and friends. Thankfully Dave's family and friends like to eat what he cooks. Dave has achieved the Great American Dream -- suburban banality. He cooks from his modestly appointed kitchen in the leafy suburbs of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, a stone's throw from Philadelphia. Stop by for dinner. Or lunch. Or breakfast.