Photograph from Bruce Foster on Flickr

Thanksgiving Dinner: Appropriately enough, the Union Square Greenmarket has poultry, potatoes, cranberries, and Brussels sprouts on offer for a last minute holiday stock-up [Lucy's Greenmarket Report]

Farm Fresh: Cheese, meat, and eggs are in supply in Union Square Greenmarket, which has moved back into its old, newly renovated location at the north end of the square [Greenmarket Report]

See and be Green: Daniel Humm, chef of Eleven Madison Park, uses the seasonal potatoes found while browsing the Union Square Greenmarket to inspire two suggestions for Thanksgiving sides: fingerlings roasted with figs, thyme, and whole garlic cloves, or mashed with a ricer and combined with a reduction of cream, brown butter, fleur de sel, and fresh nutmeg [New York Times]

Dressed to Advantage: Motorino's Chef-Owner Mathieu Palombino shares a recipe for roasting Union Square Greenmarket's most trendy gourd, Kabocha squash, which earlier this season was voted by the Wall Street Journal as one of fall's "it" foods [New York magazine]

Sweet Charity: As a result from a new partnership between New York City Coalition Against Hunger and City Greenmarkets, surplus food from the Carroll Gardens Greenmarket will be donated to the Hanson Place Campaign Against Hunger, a food pantry in Fort Greene [The New York City Hunger Blog]


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