Market


July 29, 2013

The Forest Feast: The Farmers Markets of the Silicon Valley

by Erin Gleeson

I had so much fun illustrating this map of all the farmers markets in Silicon Valley for the current issue of Edible Silicon Valley magazine. 

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April 18, 2013

Postcard from Cái Bè: Meat Market Stall

by Kayoko

Cái Bè

I just returned from a week in Vietnam with Johnny. We had an incredible time! I will be posting more in the coming weeks, as my jetlag fades, but here’s a snapshot from a market in Cái Bè, a small town on the Mekong Delta.

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March 29, 2013

Postcard from Chiang Rai: Market Melons

by Umamimart Guest

*Johnny Lopes is based in San Francisco and is currently traveling through Southeast Asia for two months.

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August 21, 2012

Postcard from Nahoko: Seaside Butcher (Thailand)

by Nahoko Morimoto

*Nahoko Morimoto is a Tokyo-based photographer. Her work has been featured in Brutus and Vogue Japan.

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July 4, 2012

Forest Feast at the Farmer’s Market

by Erin Gleeson


I love this time of the year when farmers markets set up during the evenings downtown.

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January 31, 2012

Postcard from Aomori: Sockeyes

by Umamimart Guest

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*Nahoko Morimoto is a Tokyo-based photographer. Her work has been featured in Brutus and Vogue Japan.

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January 24, 2012

Postcard from Aomori: Tsugaru Woman

by Umamimart Guest

TSUGARU Woman

*Nahoko Morimoto is a Tokyo-based photographer. Her work has been featured in Brutus and Vogue Japan.

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January 11, 2012

Postcard from Taiwan: 7pm

by Umamimart Guest

7pm

*Nahoko Morimoto is a Tokyo-based photographer. Her work has been featured in Brutus and Vogue Japan magazines.

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November 1, 2011

Hokutei Suisan Fish Market (Saitama)

by Umamimart Guest

By Sasha Wizansky

On October 21st, chef Kanji Nakatani took a small group of the OPENharvest crew on a trip to the Hokutei Fish Market to visit fish purveyor, Katsuhiro Sato.

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October 28, 2011

Tuna Head at Tsukiji Fish Market

by Kayoko

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Look at this tuna head! It was fucking HUGE–I could easily fit my own head into its mouth.

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