This Week at the Market

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This Week at the Market

27th February 2020

Hi there

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We have had a flurry of new vendors starting at the market recently. The newest kid on the block is Love and Cake who debuted last weekend. Emily Jory is the master baker at the front and centre of this operation and her sweet treats are a joy to behold. Emily has worked with many of the greats, including Matt from The Tart Tin and Ken O’Connell from Bracken Restaurant. She completed a Bachelor of Culinary Arts followed by a Bachelor of Design – Honours and Masters in Design, focusing on how food can be utilised as a medium for artistic expression.

She is currently working as head chef at The Kind Grocer where she has become more familiar with vegan and allergy-friendly cooking. Be sure to check out her gorgeous selection of sweet treats up on the platform about where The Tart Tin was. Her creations are true expressions of sharing the love through beautiful, exquisite sweet treats.

We have fresh corn at the market! And it is Yum!!! Nothing beats freshly picked corn on the cob dripping with butter and salt and pepper.

And be sure to catch the new season of Country Calendar this Sunday night at 7pm on TV1 for an episode on Agreeable Nature Free Range Eggs, one of our popular vendors at the market.  

See you Saturday.

Kate

GM

 

 

This Week in the kitchen

Nickee from The Port Larder is back in the kitchen this week with recipes from around the world using local Otago ingredients whereever she can.  

Amazing Vendors This Week:

Rosedale Orchard Sweet Corn & Green Peppers - Corn and Bean Salad

Dunford Grove Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Corn and Bean Salad

Dunedin Poultry Chicken Thighs or Breasts - Black Mole with Chicken

Waewae Permaculture Tomatoes, Cucumber, Spring Onions - Corn and Bean Salad 

Terracotta Plants Scarlet Runner Beans & Green Chillies - Black Mole with Chicken & Corn and Bean Salad.

Willowbrook Orchard Apricots - Apricot and Cardamom Flan

Black Mole with Chicken.

Produce from Terracotta Plants Dunedin Poultry Ltd.

View Recipe
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Corn and Bean Salad

Produce from Terracotta Plants Dunford Grove Waewae Permaculture

View Recipe
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Apricot and Cardamom Flan

Produce from Terracotta Plants Dunford Grove

View Recipe
 

Waewae Permaculture

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Regenerative & Diverse farming, local & Agri-chemical free. Organically grown (non-certified-talk to us!).  
Specials this Week: 
Radish, French breakfast named for a tradition in some parts of rural France where people took a 'second breakfast' around 10 - freshly pulled French Breakfast Radishes with crusty bread, lots of butter and glasses of red wine! This custom could be adapted to a light dinner treat with salads, cheese and prosciutto ham. This slender Radish type is the epicure's choice for its delicate crunch and gentle fire.
 

Maries Specials This Week

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Fermented Vegetables (sampling available).

*Organic Sauerkraut (onion & garlic).

 *Organic Sauerkraut with just cabbage.

*Organic Kimchi (mild, medium & hot).

*Cabbage, #carrots, #beetroot, #radish, *yams, mushroom & turmeric.

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

NEW: * Daikon, Capsicum, Beetroot & Garlic.      

   * organic   # spray free

ORGANIC TEMPEH: Adzuki Beans, Quinoa & Brown Linseed.

ORGANIC TEMPEH JERKY

Samples available at my stall.

LOW SUGAR JAM

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

Find me on the platform.

Most of my products are packed with recycling jars, please bring them back, THANK YOU.

 

Otago Organics, New Season’s Organic Fruit this Week

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We still have; Peas Good Nonsuch, this very large apple is a classic cooking apple that cooks down into a fluffy puree.  Akane, a classic cherry red apple a smaller crisp juicy apple which is also good for drying.  Stripey Gravenstein an old favourite, very juicy with a distinctive flavour (looks ordinary but tastes great) and Damson plums for pies and jams.

Our new apple this week is our best seller, Hetlina. This rosie red apple has the highest bioflavonoids of any apple. These are said to be protective against cancer and to generally promote good health. An apple a day really does keep the doctor away!

Come and taste them all!

Specials:  Juicing Apples, new seasons mixed varieties, $4.00 kg.  Globe Artichokes $2.00 each.

 

NEW TO THE MARKET: Fred Fred

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This week is my first week at the Otago Farmers market and I am very excited to chat all things food and coffee with you all.

Quick blurb about Fred Fred - WHY FRED FRED?

I am a Mum, I know how hard parenting is - let alone being responsible for the nutrition of the next generation. I looked (and bought) supermarket options and was not that keen on what they offered and thought we can do better than this. So we are. There is a key period with babies where they are highly receptive to flavour and by exposing them to different tastes, in particular vegetables over sweet things - they are more likely to eat more variety as the years go on which is very important! Fred Fred is naturopathically formulated to help support brain and gut development and also help children get the most from their food, and to help us sleep easier...

Farmer's Market Recipe Idea for Small Humans:

1/2 Pear (or 1/2 apple if you want) Otago organics have some amazing apples.

2 handfuls of greens (you could use Ettrick Garden's kale or garden green beans are available from Waewae Permaculture).

1/4 cup cooked butter beans

1 tsp of fat of choice (ghee from Holy cow or coconut oil)

  1. Peel, chop the pear/apple and trim the beans or chop the kale.
  2. Place in a steamer and steam thoroughly.
  3. Blend it all - including the added fats.
  4. Cool/serve/freeze.
 

Ettrick Gardens Market Specials

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FRESH IN SEASON NOW!!!!

FRESH LARGE JUICY & SWEET STRAWBERRIES, 

RASPBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES & BLACKBERRIES

BLACK DORIS, SHIRO & FORTUNE PLUMS, GREENGAGES

& NEW SEASONS APPLES & PEARS

NEW POTATOES, TOMATOES, CHERRY TOMATOES

BEETROOT, DAIKON, RED CABBAGE,

AGRIA POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, BUTTER BEANS,

SILVERBEET, FENNAL, BUNCHED CARROTS,

CARROTS, COURGETTES, BEETROOT,

CABBAGE, CAVALO NERO & KALE 

CHILLIES, SHALLOTS & 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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Dunford Grove

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The grapes in the area are just turning colour and so are great swathes of the countryside as the nets go on!
Did you know?
This is an important one:  Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the only food with an international standard that includes a sensory analysis.  The International Olive Council sets the standards, accredits the testing laboratories and monitors compliance & adherence to best practice.  One should always check your oil has a certification mark, your guarantee that it is Extra Virgin Olive Oil!
 

La Crepe Market Specials

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Below is the inspiration for Saturday.

Reflecting on the past few weeks, the highlights at the moment come from all the children that come to see us and give a big smile as a way to say thank you,

it truly warms my heart.

Wishing you a great day.

Christophe

JAM OF THE DAY: LATE HARVEST BLACKCURRANT $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

AZUKI BEAN N’ BROCCOLI IN TOMATO SAUCE WITH KARENGO –CHILLI SAUCE OPTIONAL

OR

FARE GAME BRAISED WILD VENISON WITH TOUCH OF CHILLI AND DARK COCOA

With Cheese or Hummus

And with Salad & Dressing OR Egg 

 

Leckies Butchery Market Specials

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Crumbed Beef Schnitzel $14.95kg

Lamb and Mint Sausages $12.95kg

 

Community Stall

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Volunteer Otago will be at the market on Saturday promoting their Migrant Volunteer Workshop.    

 

Child Cancer Foundation Annual Street Appeal

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Collecting to support local families at the gates this weekend.  

 

Rosedale Orchard Specials

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Sweetcorn 80c each.

Green Peppers $2 each. 

 

Waewae Market Specials

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Tomatoes $5 per bag.

Spring Onions $4 per bunch.

Cucumber $2 each.

 

Terracotta Plants

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Scarlet Runner Beans $4. 

Green Chillies $1 each. 

 

Willowbrook Orchard Specials

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Apricots $5 kg or $22 for 5.4kg bag approx.

 

Dunedin Poultry Market Specials

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Chicken Thighs $15.25 kg. 

Chicken Breasts $16.50 kg. 

 

Otago Organics Market Specials

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Organic Juicing Apples, new seasons mixed varieties $4.00 Kg.

Globe Artichokes $2.00 each.

 

Maries Market Special

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ORGANIC TEMPEH: Adzuki beans, Quinoa & brown linseed $8 for 225gm. 

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