Farmer's market, Jul 2009 – 11

Farmer’s market, Jul 2009 – 11
Quick Healthy Meals

Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in a Jul 24, 2009 blog titled "Aussie goes NYC." It was also published in an Apr 17, 2010 blog titled " Smyrna Fresh Produce Market," and an Apr 22, 2010 blog titled "Fresh and Locally Grown: A Great Farmers Market is Just Minutes Away." And it was published in a Jun 6, 2010 blog titled "Juliet Schor on Plenitude." It was also published, in a tightly cropped format, in a Jun 9, 2010 blog titled "Show Me the Slow Money." And it was published in a Jun 13, 2010 Swedish blog titled "Mp = matprotektionisterna," as well as a Jun 13, 2010 San Francisco blog titled "73. Farmers’ Market at Fort Mason." It was also published in a Jul 16, 2010 blog titled "Support the Lake Mary Farmer’s Market." It was also published in an Aug 30, 2010 OurWorld 2.0 blog titled "How Things Work: Food Energy." And it was published in a Sep 8, 2010 blog titled "Vegetarian check-in." It was also published in an Oct 9, 2010 "Zen to Fitness" blog, titled "Boost Digestion With Carrot Salad…." And it was published in an Oct 31, 2010 blog titled До НГ 61 день, позитивное (at http-slash-slash-place-30p3.livejournal-dot-com-slash-414074-dot-html), which means … well, actually, I have no idea what it means. But it’s all good… It was also published in a Nov 22, 2010 blog titled "The Music Industry shows us how to add marketing value!"

Moving into 2011, the photo was pubished in an undated (early Feb 2011) blog titled "About Farm to School." And it was published in a Mar 7, 2011 blog titled "Building Customer Loyalty Using Twitter Lists." It was also published in an April 1, 2011 Farmer’s Market blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. And it was published in an Apr 15, 2011 Cool Music Industry School images blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. It was also published in an Apr 26, 2011 blog titled "Smyrna Fresh Produce Market, 2011." And it was published in a Jun 24, 2011 blog titled "An Ultra-Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Diet is Sufficient to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Study Finds." It was also published in an undated (mid-August 2011) blog titled "McGuire Organics," as well as an Aug 29, 2011 blog titled "Three tips to rotate your foods for variety and nutrition."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Jan 3, 2012 Mrs. Pantry’s Blog posting titled "Carrot Soup with a Kick and Quick Croutons." It was also published in a Feb 6, 2012 blog titled "The #1 Tool To Improve Your Health: Your Fork!" And it was published in an undated (late Apr 2012) Squidoo blog titled "Basics of Juicing and Recipes." It was also published in an undated (late Apr 2012) blog titled "Smyrna Fresh Produce Market Starts May 5th." And it was published in an undated (late May 2012) blog titled "." It was also published in a May 30, 2012 blog titled "Diversification j’écris ton nom." And it was published in an Aug 1, 2012 blog titled "WOULD YOU DATE A VEGETARIAN? 30 PERCENT OF OMNIVORES WOULDN’T." It was also published in an Aug 29, 2012 blog titled "Forget Willpower: Seven Steps to a Healthy-Eating Mindset Even If You Love Chocolate."

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Contrary to what you might think, New Yorkers do not eat all of their meals at Starbucks or pizza joints. Nor do they buy all of their food at supermarkets or corner delis.

We also buy our food at farmer’s markets, where organically grown fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other items are brought from farms in nearby New Jersey and upstate New York. Some of these are large and noisy, some specialize in ethnic foods; and some operate every day, with great fanfare and publicity.

But then there are the neighborhood farmer’s markets, many of which operate only one day a week. In my neighborhood, it’s Fridays mornings: on 97th Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus, you can find an assortment of beans and beets, tomatoes and potatoes, carrots and garlic, peaces and cucumbers.

These photos will give you an idea of the kind of food that many of us are lucky enough to enjoy…

Meat-Eaters Livestock Poultry Farmers put Arsenic and Roxarsone in KFC Fried BBQ Chicken Wings – Omnivore Non-Vegan Paleo Diet Food Health

Meat-Eaters Livestock Poultry Farmers put Arsenic and Roxarsone in KFC Fried BBQ Chicken Wings – Omnivore Non-Vegan Paleo Diet Food Health
Healthy Foods To Eat
Image by Paleo-Crossfit-Omnivore-Lowcarb-NonVegan-Meat-Diet

Farm fresh: local farmers’ markets are a healthy choice. (Eating Right).: An article from: E

Farm fresh: local farmers’ markets are a healthy choice. (Eating Right).: An article from: E

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Title: Farm fresh: local farmers’ markets are a healthy choice. (Eating Right).
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Date: July 1, 2003
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Volume: 14 Issue: 4 Page: 42(2)

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Project doubles food stamps at Columbia Farmers Market

Project doubles food stamps at Columbia Farmers Market
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New Leaf Brands Announces 2010 Third Quarter Results and Operations Update
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Turkey Cooking Questions: Defrosting, Cooking Time, Leaving Food Out, and More
WebMD has the facts about your Thanksgiving turkey, from how long to cook it to how long it can sit out. Get prepared for the holiday with our turkey-cooking tips.
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Farmers’ market shopping, cooking made easy

Farmers’ market shopping, cooking made easy
Before washing their hands or preheating an oven, the cooking class students took the first step toward preparing a healthy fall meal: Leaving the kitchen. Chef instructor Nicole Frasz led the way from the Epicurean School of Culinary Arts to an…
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Tasty Treats for the Season: Tiffany Bean Pot Soup, Famous Chilli, Pumpkin Spice Muffin
With the holiday season just around the corner, many of us have quickly begun to race with to-do lists, decoration ideas, and tasty dishes. This time of year tends to be quite busy; however, I always try to make time to whip up seasonal treats for my family and friends. Cooking has always been of …
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Farmer’s market, Jul 2009 – 07

Farmer’s market, Jul 2009 – 07
healthy eating articles
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in a Nov 12, 2009 Lifehacker blog titled "Hit Up Farmers’ Markets when Cooking for One." It was also published in a Sep 23, 2010 blog titled "A Healthy Badge for Your Smug Organic Pals."

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Contrary to what you might think, New Yorkers do not eat all of their meals at Starbucks or pizza joints. Nor do they buy all of their food at supermarkets or corner delis.

We also buy our food at farmer’s markets, where organically grown fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other items are brought from farms in nearby New Jersey and upstate New York. Some of these are large and noisy, some specialize in ethnic foods; and some operate every day, with great fanfare and publicity.

But then there are the neighborhood farmer’s markets, many of which operate only one day a week. In my neighborhood, it’s Fridays mornings: on 97th Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus, you can find an assortment of beans and beets, tomatoes and potatoes, carrots and garlic, peaces and cucumbers.

These photos will give you an idea of the kind of food that many of us are lucky enough to enjoy…

farmer’s market pasta #1

farmer’s market pasta #1
easy healthy meals
Image by wine me up
trying to take more shots of the healthy meals i’d cook again. cutting out meat has proven to be a lot easier than i thought. i still eat fish and will probably still have a little meat on occasion.

recipe from coconut and lime but i added tomatoes. all of my veggies came from the farmer’s market this weekend except the pearl onions. she suggests penne but we just had egg noodles.

erin, if you see this shot, try it. it was tasty and a little spicy (optional). totally filling and something i’ll definitely try again

Return to the local farmer’s market, Aug 2009 – 40

Return to the local farmer’s market, Aug 2009 – 40
frugal mom blog
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in a May 31, 2010 "Money Saving Mom" blog posting, titled "Being Frugal in a High Cost of Living Area."

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As I noted when I first visited my local farmer’s market (which you can see here on Flickr , New Yorkers do not eat all of their meals at Starbucks or pizza joints. Nor do they buy all of their food at supermarkets or corner delis. We also buy our food at farmer’s markets, where organically grown fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other items are brought from farms in nearby New Jersey and upstate New York.

The first time I visited our local market, on 97th Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus, it was early in the morning — a time I chose deliberately, because I thought the morning sunshine would some lighting effects. But most of the market stalls were hidden in the shadows of nearby tall apartment buildings, and there were hardly any people around. So, while the displays of food were interesting, there was no sense of humanity or community.

This time, I went back at lunch-time, when the sun was high in the sky, and the shadows were gone. There were also many more people, including a small jazz quartet, with a very talented singer. So I got the requisite photos of food, but I also got some pictures of the band, the farmers and shop-keepers selling their wares, and a couple of the local people in the neighborhood…