The Go Giants Giveaway: Win This Tiny Grill

Win me.

Each week we’ll be picking one reader of Edible or Edible to win prizes like charcoal grills, Breville kitchen appliances, a Bodum French press or even a year’s subscription to our own magazines. This week’s winner will receive this killer Fyrkat 13.4-inch portable charcoal grill. (Heck, it might be February, but it’s almost grilling weather, right?)

Here’s how to enter to win this week’s contest: Tell us about your favorite farmer’s market in the comments below before midnight on Friday. Be sure to register with a real email address so we can contact you later if you win. We’ll pick a reader based on what we think is the best response. Extra points for those who lead us to best–ofs we haven’t already tracked down for our online listings.

Last week’s winner is a Casademishka, who answered the question of best supermarket with one of our favorites in the city for its almost mind-blowing diversity, much like the borough it calls home:

“I love Trade Fair, a local Queens chain. My location is 30th Avenue right downstairs from the N/Q stop. It’s not high-end in any way, and can be horrifically crowded and hard to navigate. That said, it’s a regular supermarket plus so much more. The international roster includes Greece, Egypt, Italy, India, Brazil, a small Jamaican section, Spanish Latin America (including Mexico, the Andes, and the Caribbean,) the Balkans, Turkey. They are not fantastic with East Asia, or South India, but are developing a fairly decent health and gluten free section. It’s nice not to have to run to Manhattan or another Queens neighborhood sometimes to supply my global cooking adventures.  I notice that the different locations focus more on whatever ethnic group is concentrated in that location. For instance, the Broadway location seemed to have more Brazilian items.”
Dan and Julie Resnick

Julie and Dan Resnick, residents of Amagansett, are members at Quail Hill and Amber Waves farms. They cook and eat almost exclusively from the farms and the waters of the East End year-round. They are co-founders of feedfeed, a network connecting people who love to cook.

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