Market Watch

What's In Season In Early October: Sweet Potatoes, Aged Cheeses, Honeycrisp Apples

Look out for butternut squash as well
Oct 6, 2014 9:00 am

As the leaves start to change, you can expect the farmers market to shift to fall vegetables and fruits. But just because summer is officially over and done, it doesn’t mean there aren't plenty of reasons to get excited about shopping fresh and local this time of year. Find out what's in season, right this way.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Kale

You thought you knew everything? Lol. You're wrong.
Oct 1, 2014 9:00 am

Hated by Jim Gaffigan but beloved by Gwyneth, kale is bigger than us all. The leafy green that launched a thousand chips has survived all manner of rumor and ridicule to become a bona fide international phenomenon. Here are 10 things you need to know about the superfood with staying power.

What's In Season: 5 Seasonal Recipes To Cook This Month

Grab these fruits and veggies from farmers' markets
Sep 22, 2014 1:00 pm

It may be a sad time for you and your hopes of finally sporting the tan that's been eluding you for months now, but take solace in the fact that this is a vibrant time at farmers' markets nationwide. We've combed through our What's In Season columns to uncover some diverse seasonal recipes. Coming to us from acclaimed chefs and cookbooks, these five recipes make use of early autumn's bounty of fruits and vegetables.

The Ultimate Guide To Baltimore's Dynamic Belvedere Square Market

A modern, expansive food mecca in Charm City
Sep 15, 2014 10:00 am

Like the city's many public markets, the stalls at Belvedere Square are transitioning from selling fruit and poultry to those serving prepared foods. But rather than the fried-and-true, these new tenants are offering items that are freshly prepared, locally produced and even healthful. Baltimore's culinary scene is becoming more delicious every day, and there’s proof of that. Here's a complete guide to this dynamic market.

What's In Season In Early September: Porcini Mushrooms, Heirloom Tomatoes And More

Keep an eye out for padrón peppers, husk cherries
Sep 4, 2014 11:00 am

September is a month of abundance as it caps the end of summer produce and starts showcasing the goods that get better as the weather cools down. Head to your local farmers' market and look for some of our favorite ingredients right now, including bright heirloom tomatoes, sweet husk cherries, earthy wild mushrooms and sporadically spicy padrón peppers.

What's In Season in Early August: Snap Beans, Donut Peaches, Ginger Root

On the West Coast, white sea bass is hot right now
Aug 4, 2014 10:00 am

Now is a great time for snap beans, and you should start to see juicy stone fruit making an appearance at stands where apples once ruled. For coastal areas, another thing to lookout for is sustainable seafood, which, depending on where you live, could be just about anything. For West Coasters, white sea bass is outstanding right now. More market tips this way.

What's In Season In Early July: Sour Cherries, Baby Beets And Asian Celtuce

Good times for fans of lettuce with 'popcorn notes'
Jul 8, 2014 10:00 am

July is finally here and there is no denying the glory of the farmers market at this time of year, no matter where you live. For some areas, it's the official start of summer and beginning of their growing season. Find out what's in season, right after the jump.

What's In Season In Early June: Rhubarb, Strawberries, Garlic Scapes And Chamomile

Head out for fresh fruits, veggies in early summer
Jun 9, 2014 10:00 am

Finally the greenmarkets have started showcasing the bounty of the land. On a recent jaunt to the local farmers' stands, a colorful display of crisp French radishes, rows and rows of tall green asparagus, pots of juicy red strawberries and curly emerald garlic scapes tumbled from the stalls, crying out, eat me, cook me, love me. Here is our latest farmers' market report.


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