This Week at the Farmers Market

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This Week at the Farmers Market

2nd July 2022

Hi there

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Every week thousands of our customers know how to shop wisely for the freshest & best price.  We have winter vegies aplenty and apples & pears are still in good supply direct from the growers.  As usual we have lots of brunch & hot drink options to dine in outside (or up on the platform undercover) & many of our vendors have samples for you to try before you buy. And farewell to Sher & Rob at Earnscleugh Orchard this week as they disappear for the season till the cherry season is back.

Remember your keep cup, return jars & containers to keep the ReUse cycle loop working & bags for vegies, fruit & even bread. Look out for our ReUse posters on vendors stalls on that can accept packaging back. 

For those of you who maybe isolating or homebound we have a few vendors that can deliver to your door during the weekBrightside Microgreens, Gilberts Fine Foods, Ettrick Gardens, Waewae, Ronia & Pippi, Agreeable Nature Eggs, Blue Mountain Butchery, Tartan Sari, Dunford Grove, Evansdale Cheese, Oamaru Organics, Port Larder, Harbour Fish, Havoc Pork, Blueskin Bay Honey, Wild Dispensary, Judge Rock Wines, Hazelnut Estate, Matheson & Roberts, Bennies Honey, Whitestone Cheese, Breads & More, Dunedin Craft Distillery, Princes St Butchery & others.  You can find their details in our SHOP NOW button on our website www.otagofarmersmarket.org.nz

Vendor Highlights:  The Port Larder.  Di Noone loves home preserving. She makes homemade sauces, pesto’s, crackers, tapenade, relishes, fruit jellies & pastes & lots more the old-fashioned way.  Using authentic heirloom recipes which she has adapted, she utilizes local produce supplied from all around the Otago Farmers Market to make products for her cottage industry - The Port Larder.  Her tasty and real artisan range is made small batch in recycled jars.  She encourages her customers to return the clean, empty jars each week.

The Port Larder supply a number of cafes around the city who rely on her homemade chutneys to enhance their popular dishes.  She has many top sellers like the Indian date chutney, various seasonal pesto flavours & tapenade for her repeat & new customers.  She likes to hero the fresh ingredients she buys at the Market.  She says her local fruit jams taste like they did as a kid, with simply the fruit as the star.  Her tomato sauce has less than a quarter of the sugar than more commercial sauces, so these are popular for children. 

Each week there is often something new from the season to look forward to at her stall.  She has many old-fashioned recipes, often little known to a younger population, but nostalgic for many of us (how we remember preserves & sauces used to taste!).  Di enjoys seeing her customers buy the labours of her love & engaging with them each weekend and we are pleased that she keeps these traditions going.

Bring CASH as some of our vendors are cash only. 

We encourage MASK use & respecting everyone’s space within the Market please.

Shop your way around Otago this weekend…. at the Market!  Wishing you a good week. Thanks for all your support.  See you Saturday.

Ngā mihi

Michele

Market Manager

 

This Week in the kitchen

Soups and slow cooked meat have become fan favorites for both cooking and eating this year and we are well and truly in the midst of winter! The perfect thing to warm you up after a long day!  Bella (Assistant Manager)   

Slow Cooked Beef with Creamy Cauliflower Mash and Parsnip Chips

Produce from Blue Mountain Butchery Oamaru Organics Ettrick Gardens Rosedale Orchard Princes St Butcher Caithness Farm Ltd

View Recipe
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Carrot Soup with Carrot-Top Pesto

Produce from Caithness Farm Ltd Holy Cow Ettrick Gardens Rosedale Orchard Dunford Grove Oamaru Organics

View Recipe
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Poached Pear Gingerbread Loaf

Produce from Ettrick Gardens Rosedale Orchard Willowbrook Orchard Earnscleugh Orchard Agreeable Nature Free Range Eggs Bennie's Honey Blueskin Bay Honey

View Recipe
 

Earnscleugh Orchard

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Hi, we will be at the market this Saturday and we hope to see you there. 

Please note: THIS IS OUR FINAL MARKET until the cherries are back and about during November.  

IT'S TIME TO STOCK UP. We will have some GREAT DEALS.

Come up onto the platform, and look for our RED VAN. We bring a huge variety of fruit from ALEXANDRA on the EARNSCLEUGH.

FREE TASTING AT OUR STALL.... please come and try before you buy.

We still have a fantastic range of ORGANIC APPLES including: Lady in Red, Honeycrisp, Jazz, Koru, and Braeburn.

Plus-Spray Free Granny Smith Apples.

Plus asure quality apples:  Royal Gala, Red Delicious, Nancy Fizz, Pacific Queen, and Fuji.

Plus asure quality pear range:  Bosc pear, DDC "ice cream" pear, Winter Nellis Pear, and Concord pear.

Remember you can MIX the SAME PRICED fruit in one paper bag and get a wee taste of Central.

We have Stan's ORGANIC (non-sulphur) Apple chips (Plain and Cinnamon). Come have a FREE taste. 

Honey available this week: Thyme, Honey-comb, Clover (runny and creamed), and Manuka

If you want to order any fruit to collect please let me know and we will pack to order. TXT Sher 021 455341 for orders or questions. We will bag your order so you don't miss out. Please collect any orders by 12:30pm.

Many thanks for your support come on down and stock up for the next few weeks.  Sher and Rob 

 

Dunford Grove

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We’re down to the pointy end of this years harvest- Blending! We pick, process and rank each variety individually then blend for taste. Here, we’re sorting the ratios for the bulk blend. Some years the ratio comes out exactly as if we’d picked and processed with no mind to variety, maybe the property and terroir know best?

Did you know?

Certification is next. The Olive Mark on the bottle is your guarantee that the bottle contains exactly that, Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Look for this when you buy.

Want to know more, ask me on the platform this Saturday. Sandy 

 

Ettrick Gardens Market Specials

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Buy direct from the grower!!!
Better quality at a better price!!!
Spray-free silverbeet & brightlights silverbeet, only $2.50 per bunch 😊
Spray-free leeks only $2.50 each
Spray-free beetroot - round or cylindra, gold or candy only $2.50 per kilo
Frost sweetened yams & parsnips
Spray-free Jerusalem artichokes, and daikon (Japanese radish)

New seasons apples: Royal Gala, Pink Lady, co Ambrosia, and Pacific Beauty Apples
Granny Smith, Pacific Rose, Eve, Braeburn & Fuji

Heritage varieties: Sturmer, Cox’s Orange, Red and Golden Delicious.

New seasons pears: Taylors Gold, Winter Nelis, Doyenne du Comice, and Beurre Bosc

Chillies (soil grown)
Spray-free spinach & fennel
Spray-free red & green cabbage

Potatoes: Agria, Red Fantasy, Highlander, Lily Rose & Jelly
Coloured carrots and orange carrots
Spray-free pumpkins & squash
Shallots & garlic
Spray-free kale & cavolo nero
Most of our vegetables are spray-free
Frozen free-flow raspberries, boysenberries, tayberries, blackberries, blueberries and blackcurrants.
Boysenberry special – 1 kg @ $15 “or” 2 kg for $25!!!
Our courier-to-your-door 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. Follow us on Instagram & Facebook.

 

No.8 Distillery

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I will be up on the platform with our award winning little Ouzo. I will also have a range of other liquors including a fresh batch of Limoncello, Peach liqueur, Pineapple Rum and the world's best contemporary Horopito Gin & so much more! I will have plenty of samples available this Saturday.  Julien
 

Marie's - Plant Based Foods

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ALL VEGAN & GLUTEN FREE (may contain traces of gluten) 

Free Delivery for orders of $30 minimum in town. Email chocolatchaud009@hotmail.com or text 0225228599.

Our new seasonal ferments have arrived!! Full of goodness, taste, colours, and texture.

See you at the market! Marie

FERMENTED VEGETABLES

ALL YEAR ROUND 

 - *Sauerkraut (onion & garlic $13 or just cabbage $12) for 380g   

- *Kimchi - mild, medium, or hot is available. Please let me know which one you would like – $14 for 380g

           (Cabbage, onion, ginger, garlic & Korean red pepper & chilli)

SEASONAL 

- #Daikon MEDIUM/HOT KIMCHI STYLE - $14.50 for 360g

-*Red & green cabbage, #carrots, *broccoli, #pakchoi, #celery, capsicum, onion, ginger, galangal, garlic, lemon grass, Korean pepper, - MEDIUM KIMCHI STYLE -$15 for 360g

-#Carrots, #celery, ginger, turmeric - $15 for 360g 

                                  * organic               # spray free 

FRESH TEMPEH: Mung bean, white rice & pumpkin seed 

Freshly made every week from different beans, cereal, and seeds. 

1 packet (225g) for $8 / 2 packets for $15 - enquire if would like more

GOURMET LOW SUGAR JAM 

270g jar for $6: Strawberry, quince, 1 mix: gooseberry, pear, and banana, 1 mix: plum & blueberry  

310g/340g jar for $7 or $8: Peach, plum, apricot, feijoa, rhubarb, nectarine, 1 mix: pear & raspberry

SWEET PANCAKE SANDWICHES:

SPECIAL: Gooseberry, pear, & banana low sugar jam, vegan custard, & roasted hazelnuts $8.50  

BANOFFEE: Date butterscotch, vegan custard & fresh banana $9

BOUNTY: Dark chocolate & shredded coconut custard $8.50 

TEMPEH BURGER $11: Choose between crunchy peanut sauce, curry pumpkin, or tomato and olive sauce. And add some of my popular kimchi, sauerkraut, or purple pickled vegetable.

They all have an organic & fresh tempeh patty, green salad, sprouts, and mayonnaise.

 

Community Stall: Stroke Foundation of New Zealand

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Stroke Foundation of New Zealand will have a stall at this Saturday's market. They will be selling their 2022 range of beanies to raise money for a great cause, perfect for winter too!

 

ORANGE TRAFFIC LIGHT

We encourage MASK USE at the Market currently.

Everyone welcome but PLEASE STAY AWAY IF UNWELL (vendors & customers).

Please respect the 1mt distancing rule between all vendors, staff & customers at the market.

Please only handle food & produce that you are going to buy.  

Please sneeze into your elbow.

Cash still accepted.

Please be PATIENT & RESPECT each other’s space.

Please bring your coffee keep cups, etc with you & bottle / jar returns, etc, these are always accepted & encouraged.

 

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