Farmer's market, Jul 2009 - 07
Note: this photo was published in a Nov 12, 2009 Lifehacker blog titled "Hit Up Farmers' Markets when Cooking for One." It was also published in a Sep 23, 2010 blog titled "A Healthy Badge for Your Smug Organic Pals."
Moving into 2011, the photo was published in a Mar 7, 2011 blog titled "At the Jersey Shore: The Philadelphia Inquirer Food Section in 60 Seconds." It was also published in a July 15, 2011 blog titled "Nice Article Marketing photos." And it was published in an Aug 22, 2011 blog titled "Peak Farmer's Market."
Moving into 2012, the photo was published in an Apr 26, 2012 blog titled "Cool Article Marketing Images." It was also published in an undated (early Aug 2012) blog titled "Tips On Article Marketing? Try Reading This Article!", as well as a Sep 15, 2012 blog titled "Advice To Tune Your Skills At Article Marketing." It was also published in an Oct 27, 2012 blog titled "Information That You Must Know Before You Begin Any Article Syndication Venture." And it was published in an Oct 30, 2012 blog titled "Fantastic Tips On How To Succeed In Paraphrasing." It was also published in a Nov 21, 2012 blog titled "Business Success Stories Using Proper Article Syndication Techniques."
Moving into 2013, the photo was published in a Jan 8, 2013 blog titled "Article Promotion Advice To Help You Find The Key To Success." It was also published in a Mar 5, 2013 blog titled "Planning Your Moves Correctly With Article Advertising."
Moving into 2014, the photo was published in a May 12, 2014 blog titled "30 Photos Of New Jersey That Will Make You Want To Move There." And it was published in a Dec 3, 2014 blog titled "Consejos para comprar en el Mercado Local."
Contrary to what you might think, New Yorkers do not eat all of their meals at Starbucks or pizza joints. Nor do they buy all of their food at supermarkets or corner delis.
We also buy our food at farmer's markets, where organically grown fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other items are brought from farms in nearby New Jersey and upstate New York. Some of these are large and noisy, some specialize in ethnic foods; and some operate every day, with great fanfare and publicity.
But then there are the neighborhood farmer's markets, many of which operate only one day a week. In my neighborhood, it's Fridays mornings: on 97th Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus, you can find an assortment of beans and beets, tomatoes and potatoes, carrots and garlic, peaces and cucumbers.
These photos will give you an idea of the kind of food that many of us are lucky enough to enjoy...