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Best baby greens sold by snippy, holier-than-though old hippies: Windfall Farms

Best kimchi and baby bok choy: the Korean family with the stand on the east side of the park

Best cider: Hotalings

Best flowers: The people parked near the bandstand. Bring a big bag of money.

The mushroom guys. Flying Pigs. :(

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USQ Greenmarket:

 

Best baby greens sold by snippy, holier-than-though old hippies: Windfall Farms

Best kimchi and baby bok choy: the Korean family with the stand on the east side of the park

Best cider: Hotalings

Best flowers: The people parked near the bandstand. Bring a big bag of money.

The mushroom guys. Flying Pigs. :(

Best garlic: Keith's

Best apples: Samascott Orchards

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USQ Greenmarket:

 

Best baby greens sold by snippy, holier-than-though old hippies:  Windfall Farms

Best kimchi and baby bok choy:  the Korean family with the stand on the east side of the park

Best cider:  Hotalings

Best flowers:  The people parked near the bandstand.  Bring a big bag of money.

The mushroom guys.  Flying Pigs.  :(

Best garlic: Keith's

Best apples: Samascott Orchards

Oh, that Keith has the most amazing garlic! I just finished up the last of what I bought in the fall. :(

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Also duck eggs, which appear to be seasonal, and I think the Korean stand is also the one which offers home-made, flavored tofus.

 

I seem to recall Liza has had a lot of success with cooking the bison products. I must admit, I have been a consumer of the bison testicles, which don't present tenderness problems. :(

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Is Mandler any good?

Depends on what you get. I haven't had any of the beef/pork sausages yet, but the chicken brat was tasty while the turkey was too dry.

 

I just had a very good sandwich of grilled veggies with romesco sauce from Sala, the new Spanish place on 19th between 5th & 6th. They have sandwiches, salads, and raciones at lunch and tostas & tapas at dinner.

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It's a steam table behind the counter place. Kosher/vegetarian thali stuff. I went once and thought the food was good, not necessarily great. It was very interesting -- always nice to find an indian joint branching out from the usual assortment of curries.

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