Category Archives: farmers market

Relucantly “Falling” Forward with roasted butternut squash soup and stuffed eggplant

I am a summer baby, so I hate when my season of warmth comes to an end. Some times it comes softly, like a kiss. You notice the days are getting shorter and it is taking longer for the sun … Continue reading

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Sunday morning farmer’s market frolic

6:45 am. Most of the Mt. Vernon neighborhood was quiet. As I stepped outside my apartment, I noticed a faint breeze in the air and the brightness of the sun against the charming row houses. As I began my walk … Continue reading

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Cosmo’s quick dish: Quinoa with spinach and tomatoes

Before Irene, I was brainstorming on what I could throw together that would last in my refrigerator or a cooler for a few days without spoiling. I decided to do a play on a dish I learned a few years … Continue reading

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Ph.Divas NYC brunch and walkabout

This weekend was one of the best I have had in a long time. On Saturday, I headed down to Greenwich to hang out with J, a friend that I have known for over 10 years. She was giving a … Continue reading

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Summer lunch at Yale Farm

So apparently Yale has a farm. I think I had been vaguely aware of that when I was in graduate school, but I (for some reason) thought it was far away. However, its right in my neighborhood. Whoddathunkit? During the … Continue reading

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The Uncommon Market

Every friday at the “school that must not be named”, they have started to┬árun this event┬ácalled the Uncommon Market. There you can find all kinds of budget friendly produce that comes directly from their sustainability farm. I have been going … Continue reading

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