This Week at the Market

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This Week at the Market

17th October 2019

Hi there

We are all looking forward to a better weather day this Saturday! Enough of the rain and wind! Seasonal vendors are trickling back and this week we welcome Alice from Otago Organics. You will find her in her regular spot beside Ettrick Gardens.

We also have a new vendor starting this week. Salad Days are creating 100% vegan salads and soups for our convenience and enjoyment. They will be up on the platform next to Bennies Honey.

It was a totally edifying experience undertaking the waste audit last Saturday. So many of our vendors are working hard to reduce their packaging foot print. Next week we hope to have a table showing you which vendors will fill your own containers.

Blue Mountain Butchery have recently been approved to sell pork products and their very own beef broth, made from bones and scraps that would otherwise be wasted. Be sure to drop by and see what they have.

Next week we are welcoming back Joe Ruka. Joe has re-branded himself now as Wild Larder but will have the same range of smoked salmon and wild venison salamis flavoured with indigenous herbs.

See you Saturday

Kate

General Manager

 

 

 

This Week in the kitchen

Jamalia is back in the kitchen creating some delicious, seasonal meals. Be sure to pop by on Saturday and have a taste.

Balsamic Strawberries with Rocket and Whipped Goats Cheese

Produce from Janefield Paeonies and Hydroponics Goat Island Dairy

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Mushroom and Spinach Risotto

Produce from Wairuna Organics Whitestone Cheese Coastal Kaps

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Buffalo Cauliflower

Produce from Ettrick Gardens Straight Up Vegan

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Roasted purple carrots with pesto and hemp seeds

Produce from Ettrick Gardens

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Ettrick Gardens Specials

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Purlple Sprouting Broccoli / Broccoletto is In Season Now!! Frill Lettuce, Silverbeet, Coloured Carrots, Garlic, Cauliflower, Carrots, Onions, Kale, Brightlights Silverbeet, Spring Onions, Washed Potatoes.

Potatoes, Beetroot, Elephant Garlic, Gourmet Carrots, Baby Beetroot, Walnuts. 

Check out our ‘bring your bag’ to ‘bag your own’ section.                           Orange, Purple & Yellow Coloured Carrots, Gold & Red Beetroot and Washed Agria & Red Fantasy Potatoes.

Crunchy Royal Gala & Pacific Rose, Braeburn, Sturmer, Granny Smith,      Cox’s Orange, Pink Lady Apples

Bunches of Beautiful Tulips.

Frozen Raspberries, Boysenberries, Blackberries, Strawberries, Tayberries, Blueberries and Mixed Berries. 

Check out our range of reuseable bags!!

Super Special’s this Week:

Purple Carrots – Purple carrots are exceptionally good for you. They contain powerful antiodidants called anthocyanins that have impressive effects on your health. Eating purple carrots may improve heart health, encourage weight lose, reduce inflammation and your risk of cancer.      They taste great too.

Cauliflowers Sprayfree

Boysenberries free flow 1 kg $10. Great with Yogurt or Ice Cream, or stock up your Jam supply!! Delicious.

‘Red Fantasy’ Potatoes:  A smooth red skin, yellow flesh potato. Great flavour, roasting, boiling, mashing, baking, in stews and salads.  A great all round potato

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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Leckies Butchery Weekly Specilas

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Pork chops $15.95kg

Beef Mince $13.95kg

 

Urbn Vino's News

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This week as well as showing & selling the Gold Medal 2013 Pinot Noir, I'll also have the Silver Medal 2014 Pinot Noir available as well. Only one point separated them (95pt and 94pts).
Limited Stocks of both, for the month of October only.
Plus don't forget I'll still have my refillable 500ml bottles of Central Otago Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.
See you Saturday!
Brendan

 

Otago Organics

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Catch us at the Market this Saturday. We are back from our winter break. Our philosophy is to provide high quality certified organic produce at reasonable prices.

We will, of course, have our signature salad mixes topped with edible spring flowers.

We will also have ; Globe artichokes, small but crisp bulb fennel ,Fresh green leafy  puha, kale, and chard, and lots of bunches of fresh herbs including; parsley, thyme, oregano,  dill, coriander and chervil. Chervil is the signature herb in many French dishes, especially quiche. Its delicate flavour pairs well with egg and chicken dishes. We also have lots of fresh mint.

 See you on Saturday

Alice

 

LA CREPE SPECIAL 19 OCTOBER

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JAM OF THE DAY : GREEN GAGE $6

 THE CREATION:   PASSION FRUIT OR LEMON CURD WITH

LOW SUGAR HAZELNUT MERINGUE AND WHIPPED CREAM $8

 SWEET CREPE : APPLE & BLUEBERRY DELICACY
Butterscotch sauce, Poached
with confectioner’s custard $ 10.50
Or with whipped cream $10

SAVOURY CREPE:

RAW MARINATED MUSHROOM WITH ROCKET PESTO (VEGAN)

OR

CARAMELISED HAVOC PORK WITH VEGETABLE, JAPAN STYLE

With Cheese or Hummus

And with Salad & Dressing OR Egg  $10.50

 

 

 

Dunford Grove Update

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New Zealand Olives awards dinner on last Saturday night.  This year saw a record number of entries, split into commercial and boutique, flavored oils and the three intensities of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  We entered just our EVOO and came away with a Bronze medal.

The Australian Olive Growers conference is on this weekend and they have keynote speakers on both frost protection and organic growing.  We made a last minute decision to attend so, unfortunately we'll be missing again this Saturday, apologies!

 

Did you know?

You can make a healthy choice by substituting Extra Virgin Olive Oil in place of butter in your baking and cooking.  Check out this handy conversion table!

 

 

Community Collection this Week

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