Sugar Pumpkins, Keith's Farm
You can't look in any direction at the market without seeing a pumpkin these days. Keith's beautiful sugar pumpkins looked particularly good.
Organic Apples, Keith's Farm
It's really hard to grow apples organically--the specimens at Keith's have the blemishes to prove it.
Apples, Terhune Orchards
WInesaps, Cortlands, Mutsus, Braeburns, Granny Smiths, or perhaps some Honey Crisps if you're feeling fancy--Terhune had the best selection of apples this week.
Brussel Sprouts, Cherry Lane Farms
The first brussels sprouts of the season are in--they'll get better as the weather gets colder, but these are looking pretty good already.
White Sweet Potatoes, Paffenroth Gardens
Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes? Yawn. Mix it up with some of these white sweet potatoes.
Rutabagas, Paffenroth Gardens
The rutabagas at Paffenroth this week were downright striking.
Pears, Tree-Licious Orchards
Bartlett, Bosc, or Asian, take your pick.
Cardoons, Eckerton Hill Farm
Not mutant celery, but cardoons, a member of the artichoke family.
Broccoli, Queens County Farm Museum
These broccoli have tender stalks and edible leaves--perfect for stir fries or even just shaving into a salad.
Bordeaux Radishes, Bodhitree Farm
These radishes, native to Hawaii and Korea, are new to Bodhitree Farm.