Three more weeks until the summer solstice, wherein we’ll celebrate the longest day of the year. Carpe diem, for there’s no time like the present to revel in spring before […]
I am so lucky to live in a city with a farmer’s market that’s open four days out of the week, 52 weeks a year. You might think that a […]
30 days from now is the spring solstice. That’s what I tell myself deep down to maintain my sanity, even as I yearn for the first breath of spring.
This dessert features two extraordinarily simple dishes that when combined, […]
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Just two photographs, taken this afternoon at Union Square Greenmarket. Pumpkins Apples from upstate New York Autumn is in full swing here in New […]
Only 3 weeks till the summer solstice. Lots of great stuff available at the farmer’s market this past weekend …
RAMPS!!! — a/k/a Allium tricoccum or wild leeks. I’m one of their biggest fans. McIntosh apples from upstate New York Tulips Daffodils Spring has definitely arrived.
It’s high Indian summer here in New York City. So hard to believe that heirloom tomatoes are still on offer. The days grow increasingly shorter; time to take advantage while […]
You can definitely tell that autumn is on the threshold. There’s a chill in the air; carpe diem while you can. Yellow plum tomatoes Golden nugget potatoes Apples
Japanese turnips Radishes Mutsu apples Mutsu apples, also called Crispins, are a variety of heirloom apple first developed in Japan and now increasing in popularity in the United States. An […]