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Grand Central Market

I’ve been taking the train from New York to Connecticut quite often, which means I’ve been spending a lot of time at Grand Central Station. After a few weeks, I thought I’d seen everything that it had to offer… that is until I stumbled upon the Grand Central Market!

One minute I was in a bustling train station…

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And the next minute, I was shopping!

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Grand Central Market is full of seasonal produce, baked-fresh bread, gourmet cheeses and fresh meat. It also has ready-to-eat baked dishes and handmade chocolates. It reminds me of my favorite markets in California, Brentwood Farmers’ Market and the Farmers Market at the Grove.

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The bread looked so delicious.

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And so did the chocolate!

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How cute are these cookies?

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The Market makes picking side dishes for your meals easy, and you can also grab a portion for lunch as well.

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Plus there are many, many different sauces and jams to choose from.

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But don’t forget the main ingredients!

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I love how the spices and herbs are displayed.

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And if you really want to impress? After you pick up all of the ingredients for your meal, pick out some flowers to grace your table.

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If you’re wondering, I love lilacs and peonies ;)

~A

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3 replies »

  1. WOW! The selection of different foods/flowers are amazing! Munching on some of that food while you’re in the train sounds great to me!

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