Your Weekly Guide to the Marlborough Farmers’ Market…
Here’s a quick preview to what is on offer this week at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!
There’s nothing fresher or finer than a barrow load of food from your local Market! Shop for a wide range of fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, bread, eggs, pickles and preserves straight from the producer. Emphasis on local, most of the products sold are grown, made or sourced in and around the district. With over 25 stalls, we have something for everyone, plus there is pllenty of Parking – easy access for prams and wheel chairs, fun entertainment for the kids, a seated area – Coffee & delicious food!!!
See you this Sunday from 9am – 12pm at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!
If you haven’t already, don’t forget to join us on FaceBook!
Feeling peekish or hungry, missed breakfast? Craving a freshly brewed cup of coffee, hot chocolate or tea to get you through the morning? Not to worry, as we have lots of brunch & lunch options for you:
Pedros Empanadas – have a great range of savoury, seafood and cheese empanadas (you will be spoilt for choice!)
Tommys – breakfast burgers, whitebait sandwiches (they are cooking on the grill, waiting for you!)
Gourmet Deli – sweet and savoury dishes (something for every tastebud!)
Koffee and Ritual – (a variety of hot and cold beverages to quench your thirst)
Banjo Brews – Kombucha, healthy, refreshing femented drinks (drink strait away or take home, different flavours available)
Gourmet Deli – will be finishing at the market Queens Birthday weekend for their winter hibernation.
But we will be back catering for you again in October, here are this Sunday’s breakfast treats:
Fresh Marlborough Sounds salmon Eggs Benedict $15
Sausage, bacon on bubble and squeak with two poached eggs $12
Rump steak pepper pies
Pork Belly pies
Bacon egg and sausage open pies.
All served on plates knives and forks with our home made sauces and Beetroot chutney.
Overseas students visiting us this Sunday!
This wee at the market we welcome 39 students plus 3 faculty from the Arizona State University, they are over here touring around New Zealand as part of their studies, in Adventures in Culture, Health & Environment, as part of the American Universities International Programs Limited (AUIP) programme. This opportunity provides the group with information on the philosophy behind the market and how it is run.
Limrose Grove – a yummy recipe using limes!
LIME YOGHURT MUFFINS
2 cups of flour 3 tsps baking powder
¼ cup caster sugar 2 eggs
¼ cup milk 1 tsp lime rind, finely grated
¼ cup lime juice 250 ml natural unsweetened yoghurt
2 limes, juice and zest ¼ cup caster sugar
Extra finely shredded lime zest and sugar crystals for decorating.
Preheat oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Line the 12 holes of a muffin tin with paper patty cases.
Into a large bowl, sift flour and baking powder. Mix in sugar. In another bowl beat the eggs, milk, lime rind, juice and yoghurt together until well combined.
Make a hole in the centre of the dry ingredients. Melt and pour in butter, then add the egg mixture and mix until the flour has been moistened but not over-stirred.
Three quarter fill the paper cases.
Bake for 15 minutes or until muffins are golden brown and spring back when you lightly touch them.
To make the glaze, heat the lime juice with the sugar in a small saucepan. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves, taking care not to burn it.
Pour syrup over muffins while they are still hot. You can either sprinkle with sugar crystals and lime zest or make a lime icing for top.
Our Summer season is almost at an end, the Winter Market (or Indoor Market) will commence the Sunday after Queen’s Birthday Weekend. It will be run again inside the Sheep Pavilion from 12th June until end of September. Make sure you come down and visit us, drop by and so hello to our friendly stallholders, lots of goodies for purchasing, sampling, tasting and to take home!!!