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Mark your calendars for our Harvest Celebration!

11th April 2019

Hi there

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I want to give a huge shout out to Cobb and Co. Not only do they allow us to access their kitchen every Saturday to wash and sterilise the used cups from our coffee cup library (and believe me we make multiple trips to do this such is the popularity of this initiative!) but just recently they have willingly stepped into the breach to help us out with a pickle we found ourselves in. This again will be an ongoing help-out and is enabling us to keep maintaining our very high standards of waste minimisation and limit what goes into landfill. They ask for nothing in return and they make our lives at the market so much better so THANK YOU COBB AND CO!!!!!!!!

Harvest Celebration 2019 update below!

See you Saturday

Kate

 

This Week in the kitchen

Chef Kate Woodhouse will be whipping up 5 new recipes in our market kitchen this Saturday! From delectable desserts to a warming vegan soup, there will surely be something for everyone to try. Pop by and pick up the recipe sheet and say 'hello' to Kate!

For more market kitchen recipes, as well as the recipes for the week, click here

New Potato, Lettuce and Red Onion Salad

Produce from Waikouaiti Gardens Oamaru Organics

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Quick and Easy Beetroot Dip

Produce from Oamaru Organics Beano's Bakery

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Bok Choy, Spring Onion and Chilli Soup

Produce from Kakanui Produce

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Coconut Mousse with Roasted Golden Queen Peaches

Produce from Willowbrook Orchard

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Plum and Date Slice

Produce from Willowbrook Orchard

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Harvest Celebration 2019

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We are super excited to be hosting our 4th annual Harvest Celebration!!

When - May 11th

Where - Northern Car park at the Farmers Market

What -

  • Juicing Apples - bring your own apples or buy some from a vendor and watch our european, hand made apple press turn them into sweet nectar to take home. Bring clean jars and bottles with lids.
  • Vendor costume party - have a giggle at the creations that our vendors come to light with!
  • Marvelous Marrows - get creative with the time honoured marrow and bring your creation along to the market on the day to be judged. Carve 'em, decorate 'em, make furniture out of them - we don't care but we will judge'em at 11am and the prizes will be worth your effort!
  • For the kids - animal, vegetable creations - enjoy creating a tableau or a one off favourite animal out of vegetables and /or fruit. Toothpicks are useful and you and your kids will have lots of fun playing around with the concept. Bring your masterpieces to the market to be showcased, both on the day and later in our newsletter and social media pages.
  • Community groups galore, from screen printing reusable bags, to heirloom fruit trees to what happens to all the coffee cups and compostables we collect at the market. Loads of information sharing about our local food scene and waste minimization here in Dunedin.
  • Music! - Melissa and the Dr (https://www.facebook.com/MelAndTheDr/) are performing from 10am with Terry Ebeling creating a mellow sound from 8am.
  • Market Kitchen burgeoning with autumnal, harvest type food offerings. Ever had hot, spiced apple juice straight from the apple press? or pumpkin bread with apple butter? well you are in for some healthy, delicious, warming taste treats.

Put the date in your diary and be sure to get involved! Spread the word and show off our award winning market to some new comers!

See You there or be Square .. hey that's a thought, line dancing ....

 

Ettrick Gardens

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New this week
Red Jalapeno’s
parsnips, Red Delicious apples & quince

Fresh “strawberries”

Supersweet sweetcorn, Luisa plums, and lots of fresh crunchy apples & pears.

Broccoli, Brightlights silverbeet, coloured peppers, potatoes, parsley & capsicums, coloured carrots, daikon, tomatoes, garlic, kale, cavolo nero, red cabbage, courgettes, red chillies,
green cabbage, and cherry tomatoes. Carrots, 3 types of beetroot, spinach, elephant garlic, shallots, silverbeet, walnuts, Bushfire squash & grey pumpkin.

Crunchy Royal Gala & Sweetlady, Golden Delicious, Kidds Orange Red, Pacific Beauty, Cox’s Orange

Taylors Gold, Beurre Bosc, Beurre Hardy, Honey pears, Doyenne Du Comice, Ice Cream pears, Bon Cretien & Star Crimson pears

Check out our “clip on” reusable shopping bags at only $2 each,
Clip them onto your purse, jeans, key ring ??? Lots of fab designs!
Or calico tote & paper carry bags for sale also

Super special’s this week
“Supersweet” sweetcorn, Luisa plums, red & yellow peppers and red jalapeno chillies

Ettrick Gardens
On your right at the main gate, or
Rapid 5104, State Highway 8, Ettrick.
Central Otago. 03 446 6863
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NZ Nuts

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NZ Nuts
It was great to be back at the market last week – thank you for the welcome!

This week...
I have been harvesting this season's Vina walnuts and will have both inshell and some pieces in the market.
I will also have chestnuts this week!
Black Krim tomatoes

Easter Saturday I will not be down to the market – I avoid travelling on extra busy roads...... but then aim to be back each week.

-Valda

 

Jacob's Dream

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We are back from our break! We will be away again next weekend though, so do make sure to stock up on all of your Easter weekend needs. After Easter weekend we we will be back to the market as usual.

See you on Saturday!

 

La Crepe

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La Crepe Special 13th April

Jam of the day: pear & rhubarb $6

Sweet crepe: nectarine & strawberry dream
nectarine & strawberry jam
poached market nectarine & fresh market strawberries
with confectioner’s custard $11
or with whipped cream $10.50


Savoury crepe:
vegan pesto with fresh organic market tomatoes (vegan)
or zucchini, corn, silverbeet & tomato sauce with or without feta (vegan or vegetarian)
or wild venison & vegetable with red wine
with cheese or hummus
and with salad & dressing or egg $10.50

 

Dunford Grove

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Dunford Grove:
Its been a bit crisp these past few mornings and we've woken to the whirring of the frost fans on the neighbouring vineyards. Traveling the district, every block seems to have large numbers of itinerant pickers and stacks of grey grape bins. Walking the grove this morning we found the first blush of colour on our Leccino, still many more sunshine hours needed before harvest.

Did you know?
All olives start green and mature to purple. When olives are harvested and made into oil when they are on the greener side, they tend to yield a smaller amount of intensely bitter and pungent oils, which is preferred by some oil aficionados. If we wait for the fruit to turn purple, we may get more mild and buttery oil, which some of us prefer, too.

 

RSA collecting for Poppy Day at the market this weekend

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It's that time of the year again! The RSA will be collecting for Poppy Day at the market gates this coming Saturday. Make sure to stop by and show your support!

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