1. Race Farm has been operated by the Race family for three generations. Race Farm is at Grow NYC Greenmarket Union Square on Mondays and in farm stands Greenwich Village and New Jersey year round. Meet Doug, Ryan and other members of the family and crew. Learn how a farm produces fruits and vegetables for your table. Commercial farming straight to me.

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  2. Meet Alex and Stephanie Villani of Blue Moon Fish. We go to sea with Alex and catch fluke, sea bass, welks and more. The boat Blue Moon, sails from Mattituck on the North Fork of Long Island. The fish is sold in the GrowNYC Green Markets at Union Square, Grand Army Plaza and Tribeca. Solo commercial fishing from the best. Learn a simple fish cooking technique from your host Will.

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  3. Let's go meet the Shaw Family of Greenwich, New York. At Garden of Spices Farm, they raise poultry, vegetables, mushrooms and prepared meats like duck ham and sausages. Using low impact permaculture farming techniques, mostly non GMO and organic feed, and by letting the birds roam in fenced pastures, the family raises some very fine chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys. The vegetables are fertilized by the birds by rotating the crops and the birds every few years. The Shaw's are a big family, and it reminds me of the agrarian family ideals of the founding fathers. The older children are active in developing and producing products to bring to the GrowNYC markets in New York City. Make braised duck legs using a recipe by Mark Bittman.

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My Food: A videoblog by Will

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Exploring where food comes from at farm stands and green markets in New York. Meet vendors who are farmers, fishermen, bakers, cheese makers and others. Put a farmer behind the face you see at the markets and hear about the challenges of feeding a city…


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Exploring where food comes from at farm stands and green markets in New York. Meet vendors who are farmers, fishermen, bakers, cheese makers and others. Put a farmer behind the face you see at the markets and hear about the challenges of feeding a city like New York. Keep the loca in locavore.

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