A year ago, I spent a great weekend with chefs Randy Evans (of Haven) and Chris Shepherd (formerly of Catalan), who led our group on a snacking tour of their favorite markets in the city. We started with a flight of tacos from a truck parked behind Camino Produce Company, a farmers' market founded in 1958 (and pictured, with the tour group, above), and ended with rounds of pierogies, vodka, and shouts of na zdrowie! at Polonia. In between these two events, I recall a marathon of eating: there was home-style coconut-mango-rice pudding at a Thai grocer, a succession of small plates at a Korean supermarket, and, punctuating every stop, cold bottles of beer from nearby St. Arnold's, swilled on the bus. It was a good day.