FINALLY, after 19 months of habitating in NYC I made it out to the Brooklyn Flea Market in Fort Greene. I've been longing to go, but when I was in school, it just never worked out. I went to the one in Dumbo, but it's not the same. At first I was a little surprised to see how small it was. I guess I was expecting it to be gi-normous, but I wasn't disappointed, my friends. I was in food heaven. hahha. My eyes were literally bulging out and I was sad that I didn't have enough cash and stomach space to devour everything in sight. I can't wait to go back again to try the foods that didn't make it into my mouth. :O
Many of the vendors were Brooklyn locals. Support your local food!
Here are some photos I took, but they are super crappy. I had so much food in my hands. Anyways, enjoy!
I wanted to try this so bad, but I was so full!!!! D'OHHHHH!!!! They're made by Salvatore Bklyn. They specialize in ricotta cheese.
I look like such a cheeseball. I really liked my tamales, especially the one with the green sauce. They were $2 each from the ladies behind me. I think they're part of the Red Hook Vendors.
Pizza from Naples to Brooklyn by Pizza Moto.
I can't remember the name of the vendor, but the heirloom tomatoes that they put on their locks looked SO GOOD.
Oh yeah, they did. Salvatore Brooklyn busted out this beautiful piece of swine to compliment their homemade ricottta. I'm glad the weather wasn't hot. Eek. haha.
Pulled pork to make sliders.
Not pictured, the salted caramels from Liddabit Sweets. YUMMMMM!!!! You can order their sweets online. Just visit their website! =)