Gallery: Market Scene: November Markets in Boston

Making a Return Appearance
Making a Return Appearance
Andy Keown of Keown Orchards was happy to offer a new crop of lettuce, scallions and chard at the Dewey Square Market.
Popcorn on the Cob
Popcorn on the Cob
These cobs from Keown Orchards need a couple more weeks of drying before they're ready for the corn popper.
We've Got Heat!
We've Got Heat!
At the Keown Orchard stand at Copley Square they had peppers for every degree of chili heat.
Black Radishes for Halloween
Black Radishes for Halloween
Spanish Nero Tondo radishes were described as "peppery and pretty, a favorite with tapas" by Siena Farms.
Encore!
Encore!
At Old Friends Farm, baby bok choi and Hakurie turnips make a return appearance.
Frosty Sprouts
Frosty Sprouts
Brussels sprouts are at their best after a hard frost. These from Atlas Farm have had a good chill and are ready to enjoy.
Pumpkin Pie without a Can?
Pumpkin Pie without a Can?
Atlas Farm recommends making it with a variety of winter squash.
Fritters from the Clover Food Lab
Fritters from the Clover Food Lab
Here's the Chickpea Fritter sandwich I devoured from the Clover Food Lab truck near the Dewey Square Market.