Radishes, Strawberries & New Potatoes
Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Spinach, Silverbeet, Carrots, Lettuce, Coloured Carrots, Gourmet Washed Potatoes, Walnuts
Apples: Royal Gala, Pacific Rose, Pink Lady, Braeburn Granny Smith & Sturmer Apples.
Please Note, We Do Not Export, So We Use Less Sprays. We Have Reusable Net Produce Bags Available To Buy So You Do Not Have To Use Plastic Bags.
3 Sizes Available, Only $2 Each “Or” 2 For $3 This Month
Potatoes: Agria, Heather, Highlander & Anushka Potatoes:
Agria: A Yellow Floury Potato, The Best For Roasting And Chipping. Will Break Up When Boiled, So Is Easy To Mash.
Super Special’s This Week
Potatoes 5kg @ $6 (5 Varieties)
Boysenberries (Frozen Freeflow)
1 Kg @ $15 “Or” 2 For $25
Please Bring Your Reusable Shopping Bags Or Boxes With You. Thank You! We Are Now Single Use Shopping Bag Free. Check Out Our Wide Range Of Reusable Bags
Brief break in the cloud yesterday morning to reveal Mt Pisa behind us with a healthy dump. Not sure what to do just yet, retrieve the thermal clothing or start building the Ark!
Did you know?
Here's a myth: Olive oil gets better with age. A quality oil should last two years after harvesting and processing, provided it is stored in a dark glass bottle away from light and heat. However, an oil close to the two year date will have very little of the taste it had in its' youth! A processing date on the bottle is often a good indicator of quality- The fact that a producer cares that the consumer knows when the oil was harvested tends to indicate that the producer has a clear commitment to bring you top quality fresh oil. Shoppers should also look for quality seals from industry bodies such as Olives New Zealand, Australian Olive Association or the august Central Otago Olive Growers!
Here At Henley We Are Fairly Proficient At “ Under Water Gardening” So We Will Still Have Some Produce To Offer This Week, Although A Reduced Range. Our Taste Sensation Salad Mix With Edible Flowers Is Packaged At The Market Using Cellophane Bags Which Are Wood Pulp Based And Compostable, However, We Are Very Happy To Fill Your Own Bag Or Container, If You Prefer. There Will Be Plenty Of Large Size Globe Artichokes, And A Good Range Of Fresh Herb Bunches, Including Chervil, One Of The French Fines Herbs Which We Will Also Include In Our Mixed Bunch Selection This Week.
Our Broad Beans Are Almost Ready But If You Cannot Wait For Your First Taste We Can Offer You Broad Bean Tips This Week. These Are The Tender Leaf Tips Plucked Out Of The Top Of The Plant. They Have An Intense Broad Bean Flavour And Are Great In Stir Fries And Salads, Or Try Our Recipe For Broad Bean Tip Fritters.
Jam Of The Day: Apricot, Orange & Passion $6
Sweet Crepe: Strawberry Dream
Fresh Market Strawberries
With Confectioner’s Custard $10.50
Or With Whipped Cream $10
+$1 Poached Asparagus With Vegan Lemon Sauce (Vegan)
Or Roasted Pumpkin And Homegrown Silverbeet With Vegan Pesto (Vegan)
Or Free Range Chicken Grand’ma Style
With Cheese Or Hummus
And With Salad & Dressing Or Egg $10.50
Established in 2016, Otago Decorative & Fine Arts Society (OtagoDFAS) promotes and advances the cultivation, appreciation and study of decorative and fine arts. The Otago Society provides its membership with eight very interesting and insightful lectures per year. Lecturers undergo a stringent selection process to qualify as lecturers for The Arts Society (based in the UK), of which OtagoDFAS is a member society. They have a reputation as being excellent international speakers who deliver well researched and illustrated talks.
Please stop by the Community Stall this Saturday to learn more about membership and what all the OtagoDFAS has to offer!