This Week at the Market

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This Week at the Market

12th March 2020

Hi there

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Dunedin Race Relations Week kicks off on 14th March.  This is all about celebrating diversity and community, something we think we do pretty well at the market. There are all sorts of events happening throughout the week to bring people together in harmony and mutual respect. The closing ceremony will take place in the market carpark on Sunday 22nd March. This promises to be an afternoon of fun, performance and outstanding food. Kotahitaka – New Zealand together.

Many of you have asked about parking in what was the old Cadburys car park. We now have the definitive word on what the state of play is. The car park has now been marked out into specific parks. Some of these are leased and are NOT available for market customers on Saturday morning. The photo at the top of this story are the parks to avoid parking in – they are labelled NDH Lease – these parks are around the outside of the total area at the south east corner of the car park. All other parks are OK to park in on Saturday morning when you are shopping at the market. For groups who are interested in fund raising with gold coin donations for a park please contact Keiran Reilly from the Ministry of Health on kieran.reilly@health.govt.nz

It is that time of year again where the Outstanding Farmers Market awards are happening. We would love to win for the third time but need you to vote for us. You have until the end of March but why wait, do it now and ask all your family members to do it as well. Everyone with an email address is eligible to vote. Click the link below to go right to it. https://mailchi.mp/marvellousmarketing/foodproducers-coast-peoples-choice-vote-2020

See you Saturday.

Kate

GM

 

 

This Week in the kitchen

Lots of flavour & colour hits to enjoy from the market caravan kitchen this weekend.  Chef Jamalia will be waiting for you from 8am...

 

Amazing Vendors This Week:

Ettrick Gardens Coloured Peppers - Quinoa and Bacon Stuffed Coloured Peppers

Havoc Farm Pork Bacon Pieces - Quinoa and Bacon Stuffed Coloured Peppers

Beano’s Bakery Pumpernickel Bread - Nectarine Salad with Pecorino Pumpernickel Croutons

Willowbrook Orchard Nectarines - Nectarine Salad with Pecorino Pumpernickel Croutons

Whitestone Cheese Sheep Percorino - Nectarine Salad with Pecorino Pumpernickel Croutons

Maries Tempeh - Tomato, Olive and Basil Baked Tempeh

Janefield Hydroponics Basil - Tomato, Olive and Basil Baked Tempeh

Evansdale Tania Cheese - The Market Platter – 14th March 2020

Wild Larder Horopito Salami - The Market Platter – 14th March 2020

Dunford Grove Olive Oil - Quinoa and Bacon Stuffed Coloured Peppers & Nectarine Salad with Pecorino Pumpernickel Croutons

Quinoa and Bacon Stuffed Coloured Peppers

Produce from Ettrick Gardens Havoc Farm Pork Whitestone Cheese Dunford Grove

View Recipe
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Nectarine Salad with Pecorino Pumpernickel Croutons

Produce from Willowbrook Orchard Whitestone Cheese Beanos Bakery Dunford Grove

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Tomato, Olive and Basil Baked Tempeh

Produce from Maries Janefield Paeonies and Hydroponics

View Recipe

The Market Platter – 14th March 2020

Produce from Evansdale Cheese Wild Larder

View Recipe
 

Waewae Permaculture Specials This Week

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Regenerative & Diverse farming, local & agri-chemical free. Organically grown (non-certified-talk to us!).  

Specials this Week:

Stir-fry Mix - A blend of tender pak-choi (red & green), baby kale leaves and rainbow chard. Super versatile, good for stir-fry, soups, sautéed, or simply steamed. Comes sealed in home compostable bags that keep it fresh for up to a week! $5 - 200gm bag.

 

Fred Fred Organics

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What is Fred Fred?

You might be a bit confused as to what Fred Fred is... If you come past the stand at the market you might be slightly confused as the bags on the table have toys in there...

Fred Fred Organics is organic FROZEN baby food - so I can't have all the products out for you to look at BUT each week I will have a few for you to see on ice. Kinda like disney but not...

The reason I chose frozen is for your convenience - you decide when you need it and how much you need to defrost at a time. Babies all eat differing amounts - so this way you save food waste, and work out what your child needs.

Speaking of waste - our bags are resealable and can be reused once washed out for other food saving/freezing within your own home. Or can be returned to me at the market.

As we head into Autumn there are amazing vegetables here at the market that have massive benefits for your wee ones like carrots and pumpkins.

Carrot/Pumpkin/Kumara are all excellent source of beta-carotene (+ alpha-carotene) and our oh so clever bodies convert that into Vitamin A. WHICH is the best thing for eyesight, healthy skin and normal growth (1 medium sized carrot contains roughly 509 mcg of Vitamin A).

Other awesome sources of beta-carotene can come from dried apricots, broccoli. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Vitamin A is also really important for immunity as it helps us to fight infections.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Awesome way to include more carrots in your small human's life could be:

Roasted Carrot Dip:

- 1 tlb olive or coconut oil

- 1 tsp ground cumin - 1 tsp ground turmeric

- 5 carrots cleaned (keep the peels on if you can) and cut into small rounds

- 1-2 cloves garlic (depending on how strong you want it)

  1. Oven at 180 degrees celsius
  2. In a bowl add carrots, spices, garlic pinch of salt and pepper if you wish and coat the carrots.
  3. Tip on to lined baking tray
  4. Bake for 30 mins until tender (move carrots around half way through the bake).
  5. Allow to cool for 10 mins and then blend/process until smooth.
  6. Serve with vegetables sticks, carrots, on toast or sandwiches. Even through pasta....

I use Carrots, pumpkins and Kumara in THE MIXED ONE :)

 

Ettrick Gardens Market Specials

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FRESH IN SEASON NOW!!!!

RASPBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES & BLACKBERRIES.

FRESH LARGE JUICY & SWEET STRAWBERRIES.

BLACK DORIS & LUISA PLUMS & NEW SEASONS APPLES & PEARS.

TOMATOES, CHERRY TOMATOES, CAPSICUMS.

BULLSHORN PEPPERS & CHILLIES.

BEETROOT, DAIKON, RED CABBAGE, NEW POTATOES.

SILVERBEET, FENNEL, BUNCHED CARROTS, CARROTS, COURGETTES, BEETROOT (4 VARIETIES).

CABBAGE, CAVALO NERO & KALE. 

SHALLOTS & RED ONIONS.

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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Maries Market Specials

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Dear customer, I will be away from the market next Saturday, so make sure you have enough for the next 2 weeks.

Special this Week:

FERMENTED VEGETABLES (sampling available).

*Organic Sauerkraut (onion & garlic)

*Organic Sauerkraut with Just cabbage

*Organic Kimchi (mild, medium & hot)

*Cabbage, #carrot, #beetroot, radish, #new onion, basil & mustard seed

#Daikon, capsicum, #beetroot & garlic

*Cabbage, zucchini & ginger

          * organic   # spray free

ORGANIC TEMPEH: MUNG BEANS, MILLET & SUNFLOWER.

This week, the Market chef will cook my tempeh and will give you some samples, her recipe will be included in this newsletter.

There will also be some samples available at my stall.

ORGANIC TEMPEH JERKY.

Samples available at my stall.

LOW SUGAR JAM.

Cherry, Rhubarb & Nectarine, Plum, Apricot, Gooseberry, Peach.

NEW: Here is my new creation: Marie’s fruit CHUTNEY $6 for a jar of 270gm.

 “many thanks to all the people who returned the jars to me, you make my work so much easier.”

 

La Crepe Market Special

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Autumn is here, grapes are ripening, harvesting a few wild porcini mushrooms...

Below is the inspiration for this Saturday.

The strawberries from Ettricks are a huge success at the moment, so the Dream will go forward.

Wishing you a great day...

Christophe

JAM OF THE DAY: PEACH AND APRICOT $6

THE CREATION: LEMON CURD OR PASSION FRUIT WITH LOW SUGAR HAZELNUT MERINGUE AND WHIPPED CREAM $8

STRAWBERRY DREAM:

Fresh market strawberries, strawberry jam
With homemade custard $11
Or with whipped cream $10.50

SPECIALS SAVOURY CREPE: $10.50

RAW MUSHROOM MARINATED WITH ROCKET PESTO (VEGAN)

and MAYBE Wild Porcini

OR

BRAISED BEEF WITH VEGIES AND BLACK OLIVES ITALIAN STYLE.

With Cheese or Hummus

And with Salad & Dressing OR Egg. 

 

Leckies Butchery Market Specials

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Mexican Sausages $10.50kg

Mince $13.95kg

 

Who Ate All the Pies Market Specials - Beef & Bluff Oyster Pies!

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We’ve got 48 Surf & Turf - Beef & Bluff Oyster pies ready to celebrate the Bluff oyster season again this week. 

The finest hand diced sirloin beef surrounded by  our ‘sea sauce’ with a grade A Bluff Oyster in every pie! - Yum!

Hot or cold $7 each or 3 for $18

Frozen Premium gourmet Pies at $15 this week 2 for $28 or 3 for $40.  

 

This Week in the Garden

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Murray from YOUTH GROW says now is the time to get those bok choys, the Asian vegies & the silverbeet into the garden & even lettuce is still fine.  There are plenty of stalls stocking great punnets of hardy winter vegies like Youthgrow & Terrocotta up on the platform & Waikouaiti Gardens down below.  

 

Remember Your Market Keep Kit!

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It's easy now to remember our market bags & lots of you are now in the habit of bringing your Market Keep Kit.  What does yours consist of?  Cutlery?  Keep Cups?  Bottles?  Produce Bags?  Various containers for cooked food or goods?  So many of our vendors will fill your containers for you, always ask...  We try to refill where ever we can, still a way to go, but the more people that are pro-active the quicker it will happen!

 

Community Stall

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The Brain Injury Association is a not for profit organisation that supports individuals and their families and whanau living with the effects of a brain injury.  Our national awareness week is the 16th-22nd March, we are using this week to raise awareness around fatigue – the most common symptom of brain injury but something that can affect us all.  Throughout the week we will be using morning and afternoon tea breaks or as we are calling them ‘brain breaks’ to highlight the important of taking a break to increase our productivity.  We are going to be taking brain breaks at café’s around Dunedin, the details are on our website.

 

Gate Appeal

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The Red Puppy Appeal - Blind Low Vision NZ will be collecting at the gate this weekend.  Also a friendly reminder that although we don't allow dogs in general into the market, guide & service dogs are of course always very welcome as they are very much needed, they do such a fantastic job!

 

Whitestone Sheeps Pecorino Cheese Special

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Delicious pecorino cheese made from sheeps milk.  This weekend only $8.50 per 100gm.  

 

Janefield Hydroponics Basil

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Fresh as basil! $3 per bunch.

 

Wild Larder Horopito Salami

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So tasty!  And you can buy them unwrapped.  $35 for a whole salami.  $22 for a half.  $13 for a 1/3.  

 

Ettrick Gardens

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Coloured Peppers - Ask on the day.

 

Evansdale Cheese

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This delicious smoked Tania brie is $7 per slab.  

 

Havoc Farm Pork

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Ethically farmed bacon pieces - $4 per 250gm pack or 3 packs for $10.  

 

Beanos Bakery

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Fresh pumpernickel bread $3.50 per loaf.

 

Willowbrook Orchard

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Juicy sun kissed nectarines $10 punnet (1.8kg approx).  

 

Maries

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Handmade organic tempeh.  $8 per 225gm approx slab.  This weeks blend is organic adzuki beans, quinoa & brown linseed.  

 

Dunford Grove Olive Oil

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$20 - 250ml.

$35 - 500ml.

Discounts with refills (return bottles clean & dry).  

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