Your Guide to the Best Artisan, Farmer, Food & Flea Markets

Food Markets

The indoor and outdoor food markets throughout New York City are at the heart of food innovation, the new go-to spots for food lovers. Imagine a sumptuous, buttery fresh lobster roll, or a brick oven pizza. Or maybe something exotic, like an authentic pupusa, a small corn tortilla filled with savory beans and cheese, or a spicy kimmchi dog. Follow up your main course with three mini-cupcakes in flavors you have probably never imagined, like lavender chocolate, maple bacon and blueberry port mascarpone. These gastronomic delights – and so many more – are made locally or regionally with the freshest ingredients available.

Late Summer Market Picks: Summery Sunflowers Are Here

    Whew! What a week it’s been! It feels like the whole city is on vacation, and I’ve been running around like a crazy person. Just the way I like it! But James and I did stop long enough to gather up two bunches of these gorgeous sunflowers from

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NEWS! I’m Now Editing An Amazing Travel Guide Series

    I am excited to announce that I have a wonderful new gig! I’m the new North American editor-in-chief of a series of travel guides, 111 Places That You Must Not Miss! The series is owned by Emons Verlag, a publishing company in Cologne, Germany. They are a family owned

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Portraits of Heirloom Tomatoes

  Thanks to Stokes Farm and GrowNYC for providing the beautiful, fragrant, and delicious models. ~Karen Seiger, Markets Of New York City

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Weekend Market Picks August 13 & 14, 2016: Eat Your Colors

  Do you find yourself sweating while sitting still? Do you dread opening your air conditioning bill? Have your popsicles turned into juice puddles on the way home from the store? Well, that’s August for you. On the other hand, we have the most beautiful, fragrant, and delicious fruits and

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Weekend Market Picks August 6 & 7, 2016: Anticipating Peach Pie

  It’s Peach Season and the Rio Olympics opened! I’m in summertime heaven! There was a late frost that destroyed many of the peach blossoms, but our farmers have managed to nurture the remaining fruit to sweet, juicy perfection. Peaches are my favorite North American fruit. Their only competition for

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