Sunday Gravy makes slow simmered meat sauce that transports you directly back to Old Italy of 100 years ago. This sauce is so rich that your stomach is begging you to stop while your mouth just can’t do that.Read more →
Louise Lasson of Lu Crafts recently started making these great pendant necklaces with pictures she comes across in catalogs or magazines. This fabulous Wonder Woman necklace struck me as the perfect Mother’s Day gift. See them at this weekend’s Museum School Craft Fair!Read more →
The Union Square Greenmarket is filled with flowers and trees for the city’s gardens, balconies and window boxes. I Loads of people were out today, carefully selecting their annuals from the sunny and bright offerings of Van Houten Farms. Maybe some day I’ll have a spot in the sun forRead more →
I love it when I find artisans in markets who make products that appeal to men. Quincy Ellis is one such artisan. His table at the recent Greenpointers Spring Market featured wonderful black candles in the form of pipe taps in small, medium and large.Read more →
It’s almost Ramp Season! Be the first to send me a tweet (@MarketsNYC) with a picture of the first ramps in the markets, and I’ll give you a pound of ramp butter! You can freeze it and use it all year long!
And, with no further ado, here are the Weekend Market Picks!Read more →