'Tis the season to revel in LOCAL FOOD!

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'Tis the season to revel in LOCAL FOOD!

6th December 2018

Hi there

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Exactly a year ago Juiced Up started at the market on the platform next to YouthGrow.

Bronwen Davies and Graeme Fyfe are as colourful as the yummy juices they make every Saturday at the market. Their sense of fun, controlled chaos and chirpy banter ensure that their customers get both an interactive experience and a powerhouse pick me up.

Bronwen is a familiar face at the market as she worked for previous juice entity, Nectar Delight. It seemed like a natural progression for her to pick up the mantle from them and thus Juiced Up was created.

Many of the ingredients used in their juices are sourced from the market thus keeping it fresh and local and supporting other produce vendors. They use no ice or dairy in their recipes, thereby ensuring  it is all JUICE! The fibre left over from extracting the juice goes to Agreeable Nature who feed it to their chickens. A wonderful circular system.

Bronwen has been working for OUSA for many years, helping provide students with $3 lunches and free breakfasts.  Prior to this she was a fashion designer with a successful label stocked the length of the country with a retail outlet in Moray Place. She was a pivotal leader in getting Fashion ID up and running with a little help from her Olympian father who helped her connect to the right people for financial support.

Graeme is a bass guitarist playing music around the country with a number of bands. But on Saturday morning you will find them both at the market, laughing, concoct ting and having a ball. Go wish them a happy birthday!

Rosedale are back this week!! We are so pleased to see them back with the first of their cherries. I believe that Stan from Earnscleugh will also be up on the platform. He will be looking forward to catching up with many of you.

Nest week Wes from Te Mahanga will return as will Ayllson Willocks with her delightful summer bouquets.

 

This is such a great time of year!!

 

 

See you Saturday

Kate

 

This Week in the kitchen

With Christmas just around the corner, it's lovely to have some fresh ideas for desserts, special drinks, and beautifully presented dishes for those holiday parties and family gatherings! Chef Kate Woodhouse is serving up some creative and tasty plates this Saturday at the market, and all of them are perfect for this festive time of year. Stop by and say 'hello' at the Market Kitchen this weekend and pick up one of her recipe pages!

Basil, Lemon Olive Oil Cake with Basil Cream Cheese Filling

Produce from Janefield Paeonies and Hydroponics

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Gooseberry and Elderflower Fizz

Produce from Ettrick Gardens

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Merlot and Cracked Black Pepper Sausages with Fresh Cherry Salsa

Produce from Blue Mountain Butchery Earnscleugh Orchard

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Radish, Pea and Curd Cheese Salad

Produce from Evansdale Cheese Ettrick Gardens

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La Crepe Special!

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Jam of the day: Gooseberry $6

Sweet Crepe: Strawberry Dream
Strawberry Jam
Fresh Market Strawberries
with Confectioner’s Custard $11
or with Whipped Cream $10.50

Savoury Crepe: Organic White Beans, Shitake and Button Mushrooms with Smoked Paprika Tomato Sauce, Chilli? (Vegan)
or Roasted Pumpkin and homegrown Silverbeet with Vegan Pesto (Vegan)
or Wild Venison & Vegetable with Red Wine and Dark Cacao
with Cheese or Hummus
and with Salad & Dressing or Egg $10.50

 

Dunford Grove

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Some exciting new products this week! Come along and check out what's new. Plus, with Amazel's absence we'll bring along some of our dry-roasted Hazelnuts- perfect for some of those festive treats.

Did you know?
Extra Virgin Olive Oil can reduce inflammation.
Extra virgin olive oil is high in oleocanthal, a natural compound that has the same anti-inflammatory properties as ibuprofen. Both ibuprofen and oleocanthal suppress the production of inflammatory prostaglandin.

 

This Saturday is the last of the year to get everything sharp!

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Well, after missing the November markets due to other work commitments, I will be there bright and early to sharpen those garden tools, as well as the knives for Xmas dinner!!!!
Bring your collection in and go and have a coffee.
Remember, a blunt tool is a dangerous one!!!!

 

Shop at the market for Christmas this year!

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Shop the market for Christmas this year. The ultimate gift for a foodie has to be a wad of market vouchers. They can then spend them at their whim and perhaps try something new from the market. Stocking stuffers are well catered for with keep cups, produce bags, bees wax wraps, market aprons and shopping bags. Delicious Dunedin is the cook book of the season and we are stocking it for the very competitive price of $45.
Check out our website here to browse or pop into the market this weekend to peruse what we have on offer.

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