Well, we’ve got the answer! Take advantage of the best in-season produce with our delicious and ridiculously easy corn salad. Candy-sweet summer corn is the star of this recipe, which uses crisp fennel, roasted cherry tomatoes, crunchy radishes, and fragrant basil for a more sophisticated take on the classic corn salad.
If you’re tired of the same old grilling recipes then we have just the thing for you. These scallop and veggie skewers are delicious, easy to make, and a welcome change from the usual, uninspired grilling fare. READ MORE
Start with some beautiful slices of sourdough bread, grilled just enough so that they’re crisp on the outside and still chewy within. Smear with a creamy and zesty mixture of goat cheese, sundried tomatoes, and mint, and top with thinly sliced honeydew melon and a scattering of toasted pistachios.
First things first: no Mother’s Day is complete without flowers, and we have bouquets upon bouquets of beautiful blooms from Long Island’s Dutch Petals that are bound to make Mom’s day much brighter.
While there’s no shortage of delicious things to make out of these wild green onions (like pesto for starters), we can’t think of any better way to showcase the funky, sweet, oniony flavors of this seasonal treat than in a gorgeous tangle of perfectly cooked linguine with ramps, clams, smoked bacon, and a scattering of crunchy breadcrumbs.
As always, Union Market has everything you need for a memorable celebration. Stop by any of our four locations in Brooklyn and downtown Manhattan for your pick of Easter candy, fresh flowers, and of course, eggs!
Passover also happens to be the perfect opportunity to make this flavorful matzo brei. It’s packed with salmon, fresh parsley and dill, chopped capers, and just a hint of Old Bay seasoning. We like to serve it warm, topped with sour cream and alongside a salad. READ MORE
Choose from our selection of humanely raised, antibiotic-free lamb, beef brisket, short ribs, chuck roast, kosher chicken, and more. To place an order in advance, call your nearest Union Market or stop by the meat counter at any of our stores.
In this recipe, arugula is cooked with the cream and then puréed to make a striking bright green custard. The peppery greens cut through the rich, creamy quiche filling and a layer of sharp Dubliner cheddar (one of our favorites) sends the whole thing over the top!
Best of all, the whole thing comes together in a flash. Make it for a weeknight dinner for two or just multiply the quantities for a quick but impressive meal when you’re entertaining.