It’s back to school for the kids next week, and for many big kids (adults) also back to work. Time to get healthy snacks in to the lunch boxes all round, and to get back into a daily routine.
How about some tree ripened fruit and freshly shelled nuts?
Our pick would be the many stone fruit on offer: organic plums, peaches and nectarines, and for nuts locally grown hazelnuts, almonds or pine nuts. Add to that some bite sized salametti from the Swiss Butcher or Biltong from Nayama, and voila, the healthy lunch treats are taken care of.
While at the market, check out the abundance of fresh veggies, listen to the busking tunes over a coffee and a bite to eat from our Food trucks.
See you Sunday, 9 til noon, rain or shine
Breakfast and brunch
Select from the many delectable offerings prepared by our food trucks.
Long Acre Farm is back with their farm kitchen after a wee break. Feast Merchants and the Gourmet deli always provide delectable treats with a seasonal menu, and for a hearty gourmet European sausage from the BBQ visit the Swiss Butcher.
More Market Highlights
Long Acre Farm is back
After a wee break Long Acre farm is back with locally farmed free range pork products.
Pedro is offering cocktail size empanadas packets of 12 for $10.00 this week. Perfect for a bit of entertaining.
Lola’s French Bakery
This Sunday Lola’s French Bakery will bring more “Pains aux Raisins” as were a big hit last week.
We’ll also bring again our Blueberries “Financiers” (aka Friands), looks like you really loved the flavour of those small cakes made with ground almond and with the organic blueberries from Windsong Orchard.
See you on Sunday, and don’t forget: Treat yourself !
Make sure you stop by for sweet tasting, tree ripened juicy white and yellow peaches and nectarines.
Luisa plum lovers will be happy this weekend as the season begins on Windsong orchard stall. These sweet nectarine-like plums were the star of last summer’s country calendar programme. For those who missed it (link here) These sweet plums join the line-up of certified organic fruit including Elephant Heart, Fortune and Hawera , yellow and red fleshed, there’s a flavour for everyone.
Let’s just hope the sun doesn’t cook them before the weekend
Traditional Country Preserves
Traditional Country Preserves will be at the market on Sunday but unfortunately we will be absent for the first two Sundays in February. Hope you can make it this week if you need to stock up on anything. We will have gift items as well as single bottles of our products.
The first of the red Doris plums will be available. These are good keepers, sweet and lunchbox size. Also stop by for sun ray sunflowers and new season statice and our popular green and butter beans
After a brief absence we also welcome back Pinoli. Locally grown and harvested, these pine nuts couldn’t be fresher. There is nothing better than fresh pine nuts with Basil pesto.
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See you this Sunday from 9am – 12pm at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!