This Week at the Farmers Market

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This Week at the Farmers Market

24th April 2021

Hi there

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Writing to you on Earth Day.  A good reminder we all need to do more & make change, however little or small we can make a difference.  I know I certainly need to do more, but I do try mostly.  Food scraps into my bokashi (highly recommend these if you don’t already have a compost bin) which go into my vege garden, buying second hand, always having my keep mug handy, using recyclable refillable where possible, choosing glass options over plastic, supporting local growers who aren’t selling products in plastic where possible (more Market vendors are now selling in free-flow, compostable or paper bags options which is good to see more of, but customer demand can make a change), buying organic or spray free.  I know I could go even more plant-based but I do love the great quality & taste of meat, cheeses & milk here at the Market & they are all sustainably farmed & locally grown.  My overseas travel footprint has gone-burger so at least that’s a saving on the planet…for now.  Remembering cutlery & re-usable containers if you do takeout’s, not washing cars on the street, etc, etc, all those little decisions we make need to be the BIG questions. What am I, doing?  What are you doing?

It’s ANZAC weekend, a time for reflection for many of us, we will be open as usual for all your supplies & brunch needs.  We have had a few busy weekends while the sun is out, thanks to all who came along & supported our local farmers & producers.  And for those enjoying the school holidays we welcome you!

Shop your way around Otago this weekend…. at the Market!

See you there. 

Ngā mihi

Michele

Market Manager

 

This Week in the kitchen

Chef Amy is making great use of our vendors bountiful autumn harvest, rustling up some comfort food of the highest order this week! Peachy cakey goodness, a traditional Italian bread salad that makes great use of your crusts, a toasty vegan soup that sounds yum and potatoes with cheese curd HELLO. 

Amazing Vendors This Week:

Havoc Farm Pork Schnitzel Gourmet Pork Cut - Crusty Bread & Panzanella Pork Salad

Dunford Grove Olive Oil & Garlic Infused Olive Oil - Crusty Bread & Panzanella Pork Salad

Beano’s Bakery Brown Pane Maggia Sourdough - Crusty Bread & Panzanella Pork Salad

+ Sweetcorn & Silken Tofu Soup

Caithness Farm Agria Potato - Curd Potato Bake

Holy Cow Milk - Curd Potato Bake

Evansdale Cheese Curds - Curd Potato Bake

Rosedale Orchard Corn - Sweetcorn & Silken Tofu Soup

Te Mahanga Garlic - Sweetcorn & Silken Tofu Soup

Jia He Asian Food Silken Tofu - Sweetcorn & Silken Tofu Soup

Willowbrook Orchard Peaches - Peach Cake with Raspberry Drizzle

Agreeable Nature Eggs - Peach Cake with Raspberry Drizzle

Butler’s Berries Raspberry Concentrate - Peach Cake with Raspberry Drizzle

Sweetcorn & Silken Tofu Soup

Produce from Rosedale Orchard Jia He Asian Food Manufacturer Beano's Bakery

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Curd Potato Bake

Produce from Caithness Farm Ltd Holy Cow Evansdale Cheese

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Crusty Bread & Panzanella Pork Salad

Produce from Havoc Farm Pork Beano's Bakery Dunford Grove

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Peach Cake with Raspberry Drizzle

Produce from Willowbrook Orchard Agreeable Nature Free Range Eggs Butler's Fruit Farm

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Marie's Plant Based Food Specials:

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Have you tried my gourmet low sugar jam? Most of commercial jam contains 40 to 50% of sugar, mine are between 20 to 24%, so it means more fruit and definitely more flavour! Less sugar is better for your health, so it is a double win. The fruit I use are from the Farmer’s Market or from my own garden (spray free of course). 

This Saturday our PANCAKES SANDWICH SPECIAL is a combination of low sugar strawberry jam, vegan custard (made of fresh almond milk, cashew nut, coconut cream and chia seed) and roasted hazelnut (Hazelnut Estate from our Market) $7.50  

There will be also some samples for you to try and see for yourself the difference in flavour, see you there!

FERMENTED VEGETABLES  

Sauerkraut (*onion & garlic $13 or cabbage $12) for 380gm 

*Kimchi - mild, medium or hot is available (cabbage, onion, ginger, garlic & red pepper & chilli for the hot) – $14 for 380gm

Cabbage, #daikon, *yams, ginger, red Korean pepper, Galangal – Kimchi style (medium)- $15 for 380g (almost finished)

Cabbage, carrots, celeriac, brocoflower, lemongrass, fennel &

 mustard seed - $15 for 380g 

*Red cabbage, # yellow beetroot, masala, curry and 5 spices - $15 for 380g

                * organic   # spray free   

ORGANIC FRESH TEMPEH: Brown rice, green split lentil & black sesame. 1 packet (225gm) for $8 or 2 packets for $15 

Freshly made every week from different beans, cereals, and seeds. I use this same fresh organic tempeh in my burgers. 

LOW SUGAR JAM: Plum, Apricot, Strawberry, Gooseberry, Blackcurrant, Rhubarb, White peach & vanilla, Pear & vanilla

BANOFFEE PANCAKE: Date butterscotch, vegan custard, and fresh banana $8

TEMPEH BURGER: Choose between crunchy peanut sauce, teriyaki or a mild chilli tomato sauce. Add some of my popular kimchi, sauerkraut or purple pickled vegetables. They all have a fresh organic tempeh patty, green salad, sprouts, and mayonnaise. $9

 

Ronia and Pippi - Cold Pressed Juices

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Freshly made cold pressed juices using only the most beautiful organic, local produce. 

250ml $7    500ml $14

 

Ettrick Gardens Market Specials

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FRESH IN SEASON NOW

LOTS & LOTS OF PRODUCE

RED ONIONS, ONIONS, LEEKS, CELERY and SPINACH

are “IN SEASON NOW” SPRAYFREE AND DELICIOUS!

SUPER SWEET STRAWBERRIES are still available.

SUPER SWEET SWEETCORN LARGE JUICEY COBS & SOOO SWEET!!!

FRESHLY PICKED ROYAL GALA, GOLDEN & RED DELICIOUS

COX’S ORANGE, FUJI & PACIFIC BEAUTY, GRANNY SMITH,

EVE, BRAEBURN & BALLERAT (Cookers) APPLES

DOYENNE DU COMICE, BEURRE BOSC, BEURRE HARDY,

WINTER NELIS & TAYLORS GOLD PEARS

SPRAYFREE AND FRESHLY PICKED TORWICK PLUMS

Spray Free CAULIFLOWER, LARGE RED & GREEN CABBAGE and FENNEL!

COLOURED CARROTS and BRIGHTLIGHTS SILVERBEET!

AGRIA, RED FANTASY, HIGHLANDER & HEATHER POTATOES

BELL & BULLSHORN PEPPERS @ A SUPER LOW PRICE

CHILLIES & PEPPERS

BUSHFIRE SQUASH & GREY PUMPKIN SPRAYFREE & DELICIOUS

SAVE $’s 5KG RED FANTASY @ $5

SAVE $’s SUPER SPECIAL ON “HOT N BOTHERED” CHILLIES

ROUND, CYLINDRA, GOLD & CANDY BEETROOT,

SILVERBEET, KALE, CAVOLO NERO, FENNEL, GARLIC,

CABBAGE, WALNUTS, RED CABBAGE, PARSLEY,

ORANGE CARROTS, KALE, BIGHTLIGHTS SILVERBEET, CAULIFLOWER,

MOST OF OUR VEGETABLES ARE SPRAY FREE!

OUR COURIER SERVICE IS STILL AVAILABLE ANYTIME.

Email j.hpreedyege@actrix.co.nz for our latest order form and we can add you to our weekly update.  

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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La Crepe Market Specials

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The Jam of the Day reflects the season of this iconic NZ fruit. We have a tree who is looking happy; however, they'll be ready in few weeks.

Below are the specials. I wish you a great day!

Christophe  

JAM OF THE DAY: FEJOA $6 With White-Choc Brittle N’ Sliced Almond $8   

THE CREATION: Lemon curd or passion fruit, with low sugar hazelnut meringue and whipped cream $8 

SUNSHINE CALL: Lemon curd or butter scotch. Poached apple and raspberry with custard or whipped cream $10

SPECIALS SAVOURY CREPE: FRESH TOMATOES WITH ROCKET PESTO -CRACKED PEPPER OPTIONAL(VEGAN) OR FREERANGE CHICKEN & VEGIES WITH MILD SPICY TANDORI SAUCE. With cheese or hummus and salad & dressing or egg. $10

 

This Week at the Market L1

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This Week at the Market L1

Please stay away if unwell (vendors & customers). 

Please only handle food & produce that you are going to buy (& always wash your produce when you get home).

Please bring your coffee keep cups, etc with you & bottle returns, etc.

We will have loads of fantastic, fresh local produce, products, hot food, coffee, etc ready for you from 7:30am till 12:15pm around their usual spots at the market.

Cash is still accepted from many vendors.  CASH IS KING AT THE MARKET.

QR CODES ARE AT ALL THE GATES please scan yourself in on the official govt Covid QR code.  (You will find them attached to the fence at each of the gates or at the caravan at front entrance)It will be everyone’s responsibility to scan in (incl vendors & staff).  This will be unmanned & is everyone’s responsibility to do.

Remember your charged mobile phones for scanning in.

Please sneeze into your elbow.

covid19.govt.nz

 

Community Stalls

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Wildlife Hospital Street Appeal 

The Wildlife Hospital Student's Association is a student led group whose goal is to raise money and spread awareness for the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital. This Saturday we will be at the Farmer's Market for our annual street appeal to support the Hospital.

The Wildlife Hospital is a veterinary facility specialising solely in the treatment of native New Zealand wildlife. They are a not-for-profit charity who rely heavily on the generosity and kindness of their donors. Prior to its establishment in 2018, patients had to travel long distances to receive treatment. Now they can be treated quickly and with high rates of success, which has been a tremendous benefit to our precious native species.

 
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2021 Dunedin Writers & Readers Festival

With a wealth of Aotearoa’s literary gold, this year’s festival is full of our homegrown writers. Volunteers will be there on Saturday handing out programmes so you can see what the four-day festival has to offer Ōtepoti. 

 

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