But even treats can be tricky when it comes to spooky, harmful preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and high fructose corn syrup. Make your way to our doorstep and you’ll steer clear of those scary and mysterious ingredients in your Halloween candy.
The smoky, meaty bacon, the crisp Bosc pear, the hearty leaves of kale and Brussels sprouts, and the crunchy topping of seasoned panko breadcrumbs all work together with a tangy yogurt dressing to make a quick and delectable salad that can easily take center stage on your fall table. READ MORE
As Mahón gains popularity in the US, more people are catching on to its appeal. Here at Union Market, we like to describe the flavor of Mahón as a cross between caramel-y Gouda and classic cheddar. In the words of esteemed cheese authority Steven Jenkins, Mahón tastes “the way Gouda wishes it could taste.”
We’ve got lots of local peak-season produce available, from peaches and nectarines to corn, peppers, and tomatoes. Our emphasis on stocking local produce whenever possible means that you get the freshest, most delicious fruits and vegetables that we can find. One prime example is our mixed pints of organic heirloom and cherry tomatoes—currently on special for $1.00 off per pint.
Heirloom refers to varieties of tomatoes whose seeds have traditionally been handed down from generation to generation of farmer and culled from each year’s harvest. Heirlooms are by definition open-pollinated, meaning they’re not hybrid breeds that have been developed specifically to resist disease and preserve shelf life.
Our summery, savory variation on the classic French apple tart uses a store-bought puff pastry crust, so it’s is a cinch to make. The natural sweetness of the tomatoes gets a boost from a hint of caramel, and a lovely savory depth from a dash of vinegar, some ground pepper, and a sprinkling of fresh thyme.
Half-custard and half-cake, clafoutis is a breeze to make, cooks in less than half an hour, and is light enough to justify adding it to your regular baking rotation this summer.
Just look for the bright blue truck! We’re thrilled to be the very first stop when Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream’s Sweet Treats truck hits the streets of New York City for the first time in six years. Jeni’s will be scooping ice cream from the truck, parked out in front of our store and packed with signature and seasonal flavors during our Summer Tasting Social. To celebrate, Jeni’s pints will be on special for $2.00 off through July 4 in all of our store locations.
In this recipe we’ve paired them with a colorful medley of lettuces which we briefly sauté in hot oil before tossing them all in a zesty, herby vinaigrette that makes a great side dish to serve alongside meat or seafood fresh from the grill.