Markets :: Fall Harvest at Union Square Greenmarket

10.13.2010

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It's Fall Harvest time in New York. The vegetables of summer are starting to fade out and the root vegetables, assorted squashes and pumpkins are showing their faces. This is a beautiful time of year in East Coast when the leaves start to display a wide range of colors from yellow to red. Apple season is full swing, offering a wide variety of colors and tastes. Apple cider available by the gallons and served hot. The smell of rich spices fills the air. Different sorts of hearty greens; kales, mustard greens, bok choy, swiss chard, mizuna, arugula, watercress, spinach and delicate baby greens at 6 dollars a quarter pound. Root vegetables; carrots, turnips, parsnips, and celery root. I love this time of year until all the leaves fall off. I call it dead season, which it is. My boyfriend reminds me that the trees "are just having a sleep". :)

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7 comments:

  1. Fall must be beautiful in New York...too bad where I am is still full summer, so hot!!!The pictures are great and full of colors!

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  2. Oh such abundance! I appreciate it so much! Have a real nice day.

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  3. GAAAH! Union Square Farmer's Market! Oh this makes me sooo homesick for New York in autumn. Beautiful, beautiful pictures, Nicole. And thanks so much for stopping by bigBANG! xo.

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  4. thanks for visiting the blog. i LOVE your photos. definitely will be coming back.

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  5. Thanks for your comment! Beautiful photos, wish I was in New York.

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  6. market pictures are truly my favorite

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