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Winter Food Market

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Local oysters

Yesterday, I braved the snow drifts left by the storm and volunteered at the New Amsterdam Market. It's an amazing food market that's packed with small-scale food producers, and I love getting to taste new things and talk to other folks who are passionate about food. Even better, the Market takes place on the site of the old Fulton Fish Market, one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York.

A few highlights from this edition of the market:

-Gingerbread Stout Caramels from Liddabit Sweets
-Pate de campagne from Art + Agriculture
-Duck confit "Hot Pockets" from Quality Meats
-Dark, sticky gingerbread from Saltie

Here are some photos from the market!

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Fresh oysters

1 Fresh oysters

Authentic kimchee (Korean pickled cabbage) from Mother-in-Law's Kimchee

2 Authentic kimchee (Korean pickled cabbage) from Mother-in-Law's Kimchee

Beautiful, bright-green pistachio flour from SOS Chef

3 Beautiful, bright-green pistachio flour from SOS Chef

A taste of local New York State wine

4 A taste of local New York State wine

The Quality Meats guys making

5 The Quality Meats guys making "Hot Pockets" in their sandwich presses

Duck Confit

6 Duck Confit "Hot Pockets" from Quality Meats

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    I love winter farm markets. There's one in my hometown in Upstate New York. I love to try the duck confit hot pockets!

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