WINTERMARKET

Last month there was a gathering of sustainable purveyors in the space that use to occupy the historic Fulton Fish Market in NYC, near South Street Seaport- a place that, until recently, has held outdoor makets for New Yorkers since the 1600’s. An organization called New Amsterdam Public invited a group of local farmers, wild food foragers, producers, and cooks to create a happening called “Wintermarket”. It is hoped to be the 1st of many future outdoor markets held in this famous locale to help promote and support the “locavore” movement in the city. After a $5 donation, we were able to join the locals for tastings of fresh ricotta, organic honey, cranberry cider sorbet, liver pate, pine island oysters, ice wine from the upstate Slyboro Ciderhouse and Lady Apples from New Hampshire…to name a few.



Sheep Cheese from 3-Corner Field Farm


Hot Cider






Local Liver Pate

Scallops and other seafood from Wild Edibles

Local Nuts

Hot Cheese and Pickle Sandwich

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4 Responses to “WINTERMARKET”

  1. kayoko Says:

    as always, wonderful photos!

  2. kayoko Says:

    as always, wonderful photos!

  3. Sonja Says:

    Hot cheese and pickle sandwich?? Sounds amazing!! As do those scallops in the shell..

  4. Sonja Says:

    Hot cheese and pickle sandwich?? Sounds amazing!! As do those scallops in the shell..

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