School Holidays – this week:
Kisa Baldwin and Carol Smith, from Rosellas Community Preschool, are kindly offering children’s activities to entertain the littlies.
Music this week is by Broadfoot.
So bring your friends along to the market and enjoy farm fresh produce, a delightful selection of food and lots of great entertainment!
New stallholder this week ….
Local Fusion Foods will be at the market for the first time. Lynne and John O’Hehir – both horticulturalists and landscape designers have grown their own food for more than 23 years. They are passionate about locally grown produce and about creating innovative food products.
Their stall will be offering tortilla rolls made using your choice from their range of flatbreads filled with haloumi and organic quinoa salad served with a special spicy Moroccan tomato sauce and cucumber and mint tzatziki.
They will also have samples of foods to come including their kale chips and activated nuts. In a few weeks they will add fermented foods to their selection. These are made using their own home grown vegies. Cultures from around the world have been fermenting foods for years and a number of recent studies show the link between eating foods high in probiotics and good health.
2nd market for Little Argentina who are offering a selection of traditional hot Argentinian foods and treats as well as the classic Argentinian natural drinks, Yerba Mate and Argentinian herbal drinks.
Crumbs and Stuff – Every week Sarah brings her very popular gluten free orange and pecan biscuits – made with local citrus, Tweed River pecans and dipped in dark chocolate. Her gluten free passionfruit stars are superb! Over the past couple of weeks Sarah has created a wonderful rocky road which uses Lindt chocolate and local nuts.This week she will also have Portuguese tarts and GF blueberry friands. Definitely worth a visit.
Kransky Brothers is NOT continuing at the market so we say farewell to Vaughan. Thanks for the tasty interlude.
Regular stallholder and fresh produce update
Jumping Red Ant has so many different coloured
gerberas and they have been weeding and picking fresh passionfruit – fresh for the market.