Good morning, Park Slope! Don’t feel like making breakfast? Head over to the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket and try some ready-made treats, specifically Buon Pane’s focaccia. Baker Barbara Olsen was highlighted in the Bread as Agriculture project for her use of fresh and local ingredients– even down to the flour– buying mostly from other farmers at the market. Her carefully-chosen toppings change regularly, but we recommend the blue potatoes/rosemary/goat cheese mix if it’s available.
And don’t forget to check in at the Info Tent. We’re three weeks into the Winter Warriors challenge and halfway to the first prize. Who’s three for three?
At the Park Slope Farmers’ Market tomorrow, Feather Ridge Farm has chicken wings by the dozen. Buy some, start perfecting your recipe, and then be ready to impress your friends at their Superbowl Party. Feather Ridge chickens are free-range and enjoy a healthy diet with no antibiotics. Their eggs are hand-gathered from nests and also sold at the market. They’ve even pickled some for your snacking pleasure.
The GAP Greenmarket runs Saturdays from 8am-4pm at Grand Army Plaza. The Park Slope Farmers Market runs Sundays from 10am-4pm along 4th Street at 5th Ave.
Photo via Greenmarket Regional Grains Project