from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See farmers' market.
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- n. A market where farmers and growers sell produce directly to the public.
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- n. an open-air marketplace for farm products
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Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal With a menu heavy on greenmarket ingredients, Peels recently opened on the Bowery in the East Village.
The park also hosts a weekly greenmarket as well as a summer concert series.
And greenmarket grocery chains such as Whole Foods Market have dropped Caspian Sea caviar mainstays for the sustainable domestic brands.
A liquid locavore's cravings are as seasonal as the greenmarket, which means, with the leaves changing color, it's time to put down the cucumber cooler and quaff something more substantial.
For example, for a fun twist in the mojito, try a lemon cucmber, which I found this week at the greenmarket.
Farmer Morse Pitts is a greenmarket 'elder' and a leader and eloquent spokesman in this latter day green revolution, championing the needs of the farm community as well as the local consumer.
For early September, Mr. Magazino suggests muskmelons (from Barber's Farms in New York) and wild golden chanterelle mushrooms (ask a greenmarket pro).
A greenmarket on Greenwich Street between Chambers and Duane is open Saturdays year-round, and Wednesdays from April to December.
Produce for menu items comes from the nearby greenmarket, said co-owner Michael Sinensky.
While cured salmon, pickled herring, blood pudding and meatballs in cream remain staples, the greenmarket movement and taste for reinvention have hit venues from Restaurant Riche and Frantzén/Lindeberg to chef hangout Rolfs Kök and rollicking B.A.R.