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Fashion week might be happening a block away, but the Lincoln Center Greenmarket was bustling as usual today. The only difference was the addition of some fashionable ladies looking for how to get to Canal Street. Wrong neighborhood ladies! Today’s highlight was the vintage apple cider press churning out for immediate tasting. A gallon of cider goes for $5.50.

The range of heirloom tomatoes was extensive, including my favorite, the Green Zebra, but there was also the wine tasting, maple syrup table, bakeries, seafood, duck, cheese and flower stands to catch your attention.

I particularly loved the mini bottles of maple syrup, which were called “Lil Rascal” bottles for $3 each in the shape of log cabins and maple leaves.

The Lincoln Center Greenmarket (also known as the Tucker Square Greenmarket) takes place every Thursday and Saturdays on 66th and Broadway. Here’s a list of some of the vendors:

American Seafood: Wild-caught seafood from Suffolk County, New York
Bobolink Dairy: Aged, raw-milk cows cheese and wood-fired bread from Sussex County, New Jersey.
DiPaola Turkeys: Turkey from Mercer County, NJ.
Hudson Valley Duck Farm: Heritage ducks, whole, parts & duck products from Sullivan County, New York
King Ferry Winery, Treleaven: Wine from Cayuga County, New York
Knoll Krest Farm: Eggs and chicken from Dutchess County, New York
Ledge Rock Farm: Grass-fed Angus beef & poultry from Albany County, New York
Locust Grove Farms, OP Kent and Sons: Orchard fruit, berries, grapes and squash; cider and baked goods from Ulster County New York. One of Greenmarket`s founding farmers in 1976.
Meredith’s Bakery: Baked goods from Ulster County, New York
Prospect Hill Orchards: Apples & pears from Ulster County, New York.
Stokes Farm: Herbs, flowers and plants, heirloom peppers, eggplants and tomatoes from Bergen County, New Jersey. One of Greenmarket`s founding farmers in 1976.
Wood Homestead: Maple syrup, sorgum syrup, chicken and vegetables from Schoharie County, New York.

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