Thanksgiving Turkey, DiPaola Farm
DiPaola's got top-notch turkey, so they're an obvious choice for Thanksgiving birds. Get those orders in ASAP!
Egg Nog, Ronnybrook Dairy
Did you get the memo? Egg nog is back.
Parsley Root, Paffenroth Gardens
You know how celery root tastes so much like celery that it's kind of shocking? Parsley root has the same strange effect, only it tastes like parsley, as you might imagine. It's nice pureed into soup or with mashed potatoes.
Big Bag of Garlic, Paffenroth Gardens
These $6 bags of garlic cloves are a godsend if you're making a recipe that calls for tons of garlic.
Bags of Rocambole Garlic, Keith's Farm
Also in the bagged garlic department (yes, that's a department): for my money, these bags of Keith's garlic are the best host gift at the market.
Tatsoi, Keith's Farm
Keith's Farm was also selling striking heads of tatsoi, like the one pictured here.
Heritage Tortillas, Hot Bread Kitchen
In addition to tortillas, Hot Bread Kitchen was also selling homemade tortilla chips this week.
Mustard Greens, Rogowski Farm
I've seen some pretty good looking mustard greens in my day, but I think these were the most beautiful I've ever come across.
Osage Oranges, Cherry Lane Farms
You can't grow oranges in the Northeast, but you can grow Osage Oranges! They're green, and you can't eat them. But they repel cockroaches! Take that, Florida!
Concord Grapes, Locust Grove Fruit Farm
Grape season is short, so you'd better get to the market soon if you want to taste a truly great grape.
Winter Squash, Van Houten Farm
There were deals to be had at Van Houten's urban pumpkin patch.
Braeburn Apples, Terhune Orchards
Braeburns are the apple of the week! Because I said so.