Karen Schuld Photography: NYC Food Photographer

Sprouts in the Hood

Sprouts in the Hood
Exploring My Hood Through Food and Lifestyle Photography

Saturday, October 2, 2010

A Salad Created with Locally Picked Produce

When choosing salad ingredients at the farmers market, I love a colorful mixture of vegetables.  I picked up some pea shoots, baby escarole, beets, a purple onion, garlic, and a yellow squash to create a beautiful salad.  The dressing was a simple mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, roasted garlic and sea salt. You can combine any mixture of vegetables and have the perfect salad. The only special ingredient here
is your fidelity to fresh and local produce.

 Salad Made with Farmer's Market Produce
Washington Heights Farmer's Market


  1. Looks beautiful, Karen! I was at the farmers market today. Weloafes up on local organic artichokes, strawberries, rainbow carrots, Swiss chard, gala apples, cucumbers, gree beans and The most gorgeous red butter lettuce!

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  3. Susi, The picture you sent me looked great!
    Jealous that you have artichokes at your market.