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 →
Recently at the Spring Fair Made in NYC, I was in dire need of a snack, a state in which I often find myself. Luckily, the next thing I came upon was a cool chocolaty sample of LazyLooz no-bake biscuit cakes. It was fantastic.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 →
I have admired the work of textile jewelry designer Paz Sintes for a long time. I ran into her recently Bedford Barrow Commerce Village Craft Fair recently, and she had many new designs to show me. She makes absolutely divine necklaces, bracelets and earrings out of the finest textiles andRead more →