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Spring is here! October 4, 2008

Posted by Sarah in beef, food, markets, organic, Uncategorized, venison.
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This whole week has been hot hot hot, so I was looking forward to getting down to the Pyrmont Good Living Growers Market this Saturday. Sadly we woke this morning to find that it had been raining all night! A quick check of the weather made my mind up for me. I wasn’t going to miss another of these markets just because of a little rain.

We arrived later than we normally would, so that meant that we had to deal with a few crowds. A lovely bratwurst on a soft white roll with caramelised onions and homemade barbeque sauce from Eumundi Smokehouse made the headache from the night before’s overindulgence subside.

You know its spring when you see asparagus and broad beans. The asparagus was picked yesterday morning, and it still had the soil it was grown in clinging to it. Lovely!

The aroma of mangoes and strawberries from the kitchen table, the promise of delicious meals all weekend, lets just say I’m glad we braved the weather this morning.

We also purchased Venison, Organic Free Range Pork and Pasture fed beef.

Happy weekend everyone!

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1. reenie - October 4, 2008

*gasp* did you say… MANGOES!!! Guess what I would LOVE to have as a birthday pressie babe ;)

2. Sarah - October 6, 2008

Come to Sydney Reenie and I’ll buy you all the mangoes you want :)

3. Market bag « Crafty Llama - October 6, 2008

[…] to finishing this bag. It has been sitting in my WIP pile for about four months. I thought with the markets coming up this weekend it would be a great chance to finish it off (and show it off at said […]


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