Baptiste & his Vegetables in the New York Times

Baptiste's gorgeous vegetables
Baptiste’s gorgeous vegetables

 

Those of you who have been to class at On Rue Tatin have eaten his marvelous vegetables; many of you have sat at the table and tasted wine with him, and others have received a kiss on both cheeks when visiting him at the market. And now, he’s on the pages of the New York Times. That’s right, it’s Baptiste, the air-guitar playing “maraicher” who grows the finest vegetables I’ve ever tasted, and sells them with a big fat smile to boot!

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