Gabriella Stern, the Greenmarket Manager and Outreach Coordinator, sent us some updates about our neighborhood's market. She writes:
Not sure what to do with all those tomotoes? In the midst of the hot summer nights, I've been avoiding turning on the stove. Instead, I marinate a few sliced heirloom tomatoes in salt, cumin, and coriander. I then serve them on toasted pita bread with a herbed yogurt sauce and cucumbers. It's an easy, quick and tasty summer dinner or lunch.
New to the market is Nolasco Farm who is selling fresh cut and potted flowers. It's still not too late to start an indoor, windowsill garden! If you're looking to get the most out of your outdoor grill, be sure to pick up some grassfed beef, pork, pasture raised chicken, or wild caught fish from Haywood's Fresh and Seatuck Fish!
The Annual Carroll Gardens Greenmarket Clam Bake will be on Sept 20th! Seatuck Fish will be dishing out samples of a tasty clams with stewed market vegetables. We are asking for a small donation per sample. The event will be held from 10:30am-1pm at the CG Greenmarket."
Carroll Garden's Greenmarket info: