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School Holiday Delights in Our Market!

School Holiday Delights in Our Market!

The school holidays have arrived and we’ve created a handy list of kid-friendly eats in our Market…

 Zuma Café (GO 56)
Visit Zuma for mini piklets topped with maple syrup. These piklets are great for a snack or special treat.

 The Market Bread Bar (Stall 50)
Pop past The Market Bread Bar for a childhood favourite, Smiley Face biscuits!

The Yoghurt Shop (Stall 67)
Fill those tummies with a small yoghurt from the The Yogurt Shop. Their Greek yoghurt is made using a traditional method, handed down over three generations. Top with fruit puree for a great mid-afternoon snack!

 Atlas Continental (Stall 63)
Stop for lunch at Atlas Continental for their ‘Liddle’ rolls. The perfect size for lunch!

 M&M’s Fruit Mart (Stall 13)
Kid sized fruit is always more fun, right? M&M’s have kid-size apples and mandarins available now! Perfect for a Market Day snack, or the road trip lunch box!

 Providore (Stall 66)
Little foodies will certainly be impressed by the stunning chocolate fondue fountain that can be found on the Gouger Street entrance of our Market. Providore also have a huge array of kid-friendly sweet treats including mini muffins and biscuits.

 Fleurieu Milk (Stall 16)
Support Aussie farmers and enjoy a delicious flavoured milk from The Fleurieu Milk. Their strawberry milk is made with 25% real strawberries and at 300ml size, they are perfect for little hands!

Bakers Delight (Stall 25)
Renowned for their delicious baked goods, the team at Bakers Delight have a range of mini treats for sticky fingers including cheesy-mite scrolls, cheese and bacon rolls and finger buns.

Samtass Seafood (Stall GO46-48)
Delight hungry tummies with a small chips from the team at Samtass Seafood – only available during the lunch time pop up for the school holidays!

Bastille Day 2018 Program

Bastille Day 2018 Program


Friday 13 July 2018

For the Kids – FREE

Cupcake Decorating, ages 4+, Grote St Dining, 9.30am – 12.00pm
Big Balloon Giveaway, all ages, from 10.00am

Croquembouche Cooking Demonstration – FREE
Pâtisserie Chef Jenni Key from Le Cordon Bleu
U-Install-It Community Kitchen, Gouger St Dining, 12.00pm and 6.00pm

Crepe Pop-up by Market Bread Bar
Gouger St Dining, 12.00pm – 8.30pm

Live music with Sounds Continental – FREE
Grote St Dining, 11.00am – 1.00pm and 6.00pm – 8.30pm

Champagne Bar
Gouger St Dining, 6.00pm – 8.30pm

Parisian Crunch Club at Jamface Central
6.00pm for a 6.30pm start, $60 per person (excluding drinks)

Louise Blackwell and the French Set – FREE
Gouger St Dining, 6.45pm – 8.45pm

Saturday 14 July 2018

Official Opening and Cake Cutting
U-Install-It Community Kitchen, Gouger St Dining, 10.00am

For the Kids – FREE
Big Balloon Giveaway, all ages, from 10.00am
Face painting, all ages, Grote St Dining, 9.30am – 12.30pm

Cooking Demonstration – FREE
Valerie Henbest from The Smelly Cheese Shop
U-Install-It Community Kitchen, Gouger St Dining, 12.00pm

Crepe Pop-up by Market Bread Bar
Gouger St Dining, 9.00am – 2.00pm

Live Music with Sounds Continental – FREE
Grote St Dining, 11.00am – 1.00pm

Champagne Bar
Gouger St Dining, 10.00am – 2.00pm

C’est la fete at Les Deux Coqs
6.30pm – 9.00pm, $95 per person – Click here for tickets

Please welcome, Evi’s Grecian Delights

Please welcome, Evi’s Grecian Delights

Introducing our new Producer in Residence, Evi’s Grecian Delights. Evi’s hand made Greek treats are the perfect snack, including her signature vegan baklava! Choose from irresistible flavours including espresso martini walnut, salted caramel pecan or Turkish delight pistachio – just to name a few! You can indulge in a sweet treat or discover her delicious Greek lunch options. You can find Evi at our Producer in Residence stall until 14 July.

Pick the Right One: Pears!

Pick the Right One: Pears!

A fruit bowl staple, the versatile pear can be used in a range of different ways, across a range of dishes. In season now, our Market is buzzing with pear magic and many of our fruit and vegetable traders are stocking this all purpose fruit.

We spoke to Bill Howison from House of Organics (Stall 34/35/36) to find out about his favourite pear varieties and top tips to enjoy their unique texture and flavour.

This pear has firm, sweet, juicy flesh. This is the classic, old school, pear that you can find Australia wide and are best enjoyed fresh.
Bill’s Tip: Use this as a school lunchbox staple. My kids love how easy they are to eat!

Also known as Williams’ Bon Chretien or Bartlett, this medium-sized golden pear can be eaten fresh, added to salads, baked or used to make jam.
Bill’s Tip: The Bartlett pear is the best pear to use to make pear jam. You can adjust the flavour of the pear with fresh cinnamon sticks or vanilla bean.

Beurré Bosc
The Beurre Bosc is a medium to large pear, with a light brown, smooth but solid skin. They can maintain their shape through most cooking processes, making them one of the best all-rounder pears to use for cooking.
Bill’s Tip: Simply poach the Beurre Bosc pear whole and serve with vanilla custard and butterscotch ice cream for a simple, but decadent dessert.

Red Anjou
This attractive pear has a white, fine-textured flesh and red skin. Add this pear to a fresh salad for a beautiful colour and crunch or on with your favourite cheese platter, paired with a sharp cheddar.
Bill’s Tip: Create a gourmet sourdough sandwhich filled with ham, cheddar and sliced red Anjou pear. Delicious!

The Corella pear has green skin with a red blush and white, juicy flesh. It’s small in size and is perfect for eating fresh or in salads.
Bill’s Tip: This is something my wife does… The Corella pear makes a great table decoration. She places several of them in a bowl and uses them as an edible centrepiece.

Try this:  Make use of your extra pears and create our beautiful winter dessert, caramelised pear and ginger crumble. You can find the recipe here.