Gallery: Market Scene: Post-Thanksgiving Fruits and Veggies at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket

Acorn Squash, Williams Fruit Farm
Acorn Squash, Williams Fruit Farm
In case you didn't get your fill of squash over the holiday.
Apples, Williams Fruit Farm
Apples, Williams Fruit Farm
Eat 'em raw—not baked into a pie.
Green Cauliflower, Maxwell's Farm
Green Cauliflower, Maxwell's Farm
Same taste, prettier color.
Potatoes, Maxwell's Farm
Potatoes, Maxwell's Farm
Sick of mashed? Why not bake them up, or slice them into a light soup?
Napa Cabbage, Maxwell's Farm
Napa Cabbage, Maxwell's Farm
Restorative cabbage. Great in a stir fry or used in place of lettuce for a nice crispy wrap.
Scallions, Maxwell's Farm
Scallions, Maxwell's Farm
Lettuce, Fresh Radish Farm
Lettuce, Fresh Radish Farm
I think we're all going to be eating a lot of salad this coming week.
Beets, Fresh Radish Farm
Beets, Fresh Radish Farm
Maybe use them with those leftover turkey bones for a play on borscht.
Vitamin Greens, Evolutionary Organics
Vitamin Greens, Evolutionary Organics
Oh, Evolutionary Organics, how I love you for your incredible selection of greens. These, apparently, are loaded with vitamins, which we're all in sore need of after the butter and cream of last night's meal.
Senposai, Evolutionary Organics
Senposai, Evolutionary Organics
More cool greens.
Crucifers, Evolutionary Organics
Crucifers, Evolutionary Organics
Yummy broccoli and cabbage.
Sorrel, Bradley Farm
Sorrel, Bradley Farm
A sharp-tasting green that can be eaten raw or cooked (just don't eat too much: sorrel is toxic in large quantities).
Rutabaga, Bradley Farm
Rutabaga, Bradley Farm
A change-up from your usual roots.
Broccoli Rabe, Phillips Farms
Broccoli Rabe, Phillips Farms