Press Clippings 2006

December 2006

New York Magazine
In Season: Boston Mackerel by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite

November 2006

New York Magazine
In Season: Japanese Sweet Potatoes by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite

October 2006

Channel 13 WNET
New York Voices: Greenmarket at 30
New York Times
Bringing It Home: At the Farmers Market, a Carnivore With Qualms by Celia Barbour
New York Magazine
In Season: Purple Eggplant by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
In Season: Black Mint by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
Oh My News
Greenmarket Is a Foodie Festival by Dona Gibbs

September 2006

New York Times
Where Cows Once Grazed, Okra and Jalapeos Grow by Fernanda Santos
New York Sun
City Officials Back Off Blaming Newspapers for Recycling Drop by Russell Berman
Kitchen Dish: Green At The Table by Bret Thorn
Village Voice
You Say Tomato, I Say September by Nina Lalli
New York Magazine
In Season: Romano Beans by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
Rich Tomato Poor Tomato by Michael Idov
FOX News
E.Coli Outbreak Hurts Spinach Farming Industry, Restaurants by Michael Y. Park
New York Resident
What Top Chefs Are Buying At The Greenmarket by Sylvie Bigar

August 2006

New York Sun
The City's Mecca for Epicureans by Jennifer Leuzzi
Wall Street Journal
Hot Tomato: Heirlooms That Beat the Heat By Jessie Knadler
Staten Island Advance
Fresh from the Farm -- and Headed for the Table by Jane Milza
American Grill Chef a Regular at Farm Markets for Years by Jane Milza
Greenmarket Provides Inspiration for Potato Pancakes, Roasted Corn Salsa by Jane Milza
WNYC The Leonard Lopate Show
In The Market: 30 Years of the Greenmarket

WNYC Newsroom
Greenmarket Access to Improve for Food Stamp Users

New York Daily News
The Green Scene by Rachel Wharton
Ripe for the Picking by Jane Ridley
New York Post
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! by Cynthia Kilian
New York Times
Greenmarket's Triumphs letter to the editor by Gabrielle Langholtz


July 2006

New York Magazine
The Greenmarket Effect by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
The Villager
New Greenmarket sprouts up on the Lower East Side by Janet Kwon
New York Times
Newly Approved Trash Plan Puts Emphasis on Recycling by Winnie Hu
Greenmarket at 30, Searching for Itself by Kim Severson
Where to Find the Farmers
Something Tasty? Just Look Down by Marlena Spieler

June 2006

New York Times
Food Stuff; Bulked-Up Radishes At Union Sq. by Florence Fabricant
Bringing It Home; Awakening to the Greenmarket: A Cook Obsessed by Celia Barbour
New York Magazine
In Season: Chives by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
In Season: Bloomsday Cheese by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite


May 2006

Gotham Gazette
Harvesting the Rain by Sam Williams
New York Magazine
In Season: Green Garlic by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite
New York Times
Urban Tactics: Bees on Board by John Freeman Gill
Metro Briefing, Food Stamps For Greenmarkets by Winnie Hu; compiled by John Sullivan
New York City Council Press Room
Speaker Quinn tours a Brooklyn Greenmarket to Highlight Initiatives to Fight Hunger photos by William Alatriste
Project for Public Spaces
Greenmarket and Founders Honored by Mayor with Award by Julia Day


April 2006

New York Magazine
In Season: Trout by Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite

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