I love me a good market. And even though tomato season is on it’s very last legs (I keep finding some that have made their way in from NJ), there are so many gorgeous fresh fruits and veggies to buy from local farms this season. Luckily, a new player is heading into the game this weekend, joining Borough Hall and Carroll Park markets. Foodshed, which has it’s grand opening 17 October, is a year-round, indoor farmers’ market on Atlantic Avenue (388 Atlantic between Hoyt and Bond)–open every Sunday from 11:00-5:00. And in addition to the expected fresh vegetables and fruit, meats, milk and eggs–it will feature regional vendors offering “added-value” products like cheeses, yogurt, ice-cream, jams, honey, sauces and salsas, milled grains, breads and baked goods, pickles and other healthy ferments, juices, ciders, wines and beers. WOO HOO! Talk about one-stop shopping. The new market will be run in support of The Commons, a community and educational center, and promises the likes of dry-aged Angus beef from Drover Hill Farm in Earlville, New York; Flour City Pasta, a product-line from Fairport, NY; and organic dairy from Milk Thistle Dairy Farm. The opening party starts at noon and will include apple bobbing and face-painting for the kids as well as cooking and sprouting demos.