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Which Farm Share Should You Join in Crown Heights This Summer?

The area has six CSA options for those looking to share a local farmer's crop this season.

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The city's green markets have an ever-changing supply of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood and other provisions supplied by local farms and producers. We swing by the stallholders at markets across the New York neighborhoods, and chat to grocers, to bring you what's fresh and in season right now.

Park Slope »

Cheeses like halloumi can handle high temperatures directly on the grill without melting.

Lower East Side »

Rhubarb, rosewater and fruit brandy are some ingredients bartenders will be pushing this summer.

Upper West Side »

The owner of the local vegan farm-to-table spot on the Upper West Side shared this spring recipe.

Fort Greene »

Fava beans are in season and at the city's Greenmarkets from spring through to July.

Union Square »

Check out which greenmarkets are still open, offering locally grown food and a range of produce.

Union Square »

Heirloom tomatoes and peppers are still plentiful in the market, and root veggies are arriving.

Union Square »

Not all apples are the same when it comes to baking and making jams and jellies.

Union Square »

Everything's in bloom at farms in the New York City area right now.

Park Slope »

Almost everything in your CSA delivery can be pickled.

West Village »

Two farm-to-table chefs come up with creative solutions for the abundant produce your CSA delivers.

Union Square »

Forget those tasteless grocery store tomatoes: the city's greenmarkets have the real thing in store now.

Union Square »

While some great staples are back in the market, a few unusual finds will also please your palate.

Upper West Side »

Take the risk out of purchasing the buttery fruit.

Union Square »

GrowNYC's Jeanne Hodesh discusses which local produce is at its best this week.