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A gorgeous open-air market in the heart of the Big Apple, the Rockefeller Center Greenmarket brings fresh local foods and farmers to iconic Rockefeller Plaza. The market boasts a little bit of everything in the Greenmarket program, from pristine produce to orchids, wines, farmstead cheeses, and local chutneys. Celebrate the height of harvest season three days a week, with a different lineup of local producers each day to tempt your palate and inspire your culinary adventures.
Community activities, cooking demonstrations, and recipes exchanges all add to the diverse nature of this particular market.
Andrew's Local Honey Honey and honey products from Fairfield County, CT
Artisan Oven Breads and baked goods from Bergen County, NJ
Beth's Farm Kitchen Jams, preserves, chutneys, and pickled vegetables from Columbia County, NY
Francesca's Bakery Breads and baked goods from Middlesex County, NJ
Goodale Farm Vegetables and small fruits from Suffolk County, NY
Jersey Farm Produce Vegetables, herbs and small fruit from Hunterdon County, NJ
Martin's Pretzels Hand-rolled hard pretzels from Lancaster County, PA
Migliorelli Farm Vegetables and orchard fruit from Dutchess County, NY
Millport Dairy Cheddar cheese, eggs and smoked meats from Lancaster County, PA
The Orchards of Concklin Orchard fruit, plants and baked goods from Rockland County, NY
Paumanok Vineyards Wine from Suffolk County, NY
Red Jacket Orchards Orchard and small fruit, juices, and preserves from Ontario County, NY
Rosehaven Alpacas Alpaca yarn, pelts and other craft items from Sullivan County, NY
Wood Homestead Maple syrup, sorghum syrup, chicken and vegetables from Schoharie County, NY
A native Staten Islander, Nan's love for the country took her to the Blue Ridge Mts. of Virginia where growing food is a way of life. Although back in NY for many years, her attention focused on local environmental concerns while working as the office manager for design firms.
She shifted interests toward the "environment within" when she graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2011. Now she shops, chops, cooks and blends up nutritious dishes made with local nourishing food and teaches others to do the same. Passionate about teaching children, their parents and all who want to learn, Nan shows how to support their health by eating real food.
Recently she completed the Master Compost certificate program and maintains a small garden in the back yard. She volunteers at the new local Heritage Farm at Snug Harbor. When not playing with food, you'll find her sewing sock monkeys or knitting plastic yarn.