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Jamface News

Jamface News

The Adelaide Central Market Authority can confirm that after more than 4 years in the Adelaide Central Market, Jamface closed its doors on Stall 28/29 for good on Saturday 12 October 2019. The Authority has been working closely with Jamface owners, Poh Ling Yeow and Sarah Rich, on their exit from the Market as Poh returns to full time media commitments. Since opening in 2015, Jamface has been a popular French inspired patisserie and eatery in the Adelaide Central Market. Poh will remain a passionate Market advocate and regular Market visitor.

The Adelaide Central Market Authority will be announcing an exciting new trader for Stall 28/29 soon.

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.

Grote Street Facade Restoration – Project Update

The restoration of the Grote Street facade is nearing completion. Works underway include:

  • Re-tucking of the brick facade and tower
  • Repairing rendered sections of the brick facade and tower
  • Restoring the current timber frame windows
  • Repair to Federal Hall roof and installation of height safety system

Anticipated completion date: March 2018

Fringe Fridays: Soweto Gospel Choir

Fringe Fridays: Soweto Gospel Choir

We are excited to welcome back the Soweto Gospel Choir to the Market, for a sneak peek of their new Fringe show! Since its formation in 2002, Soweto Gospel Choir has been universally acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest and most colourful vocal ensembles, bringing joy to the lives of audiences all over the world.

Please welcome our next producer in Residence.. Barossa Food!

Please welcome our next producer in Residence.. Barossa Food!

Discover the incredible products on offer from the Barossa in our Producer in Residence Stall! Over 20 producers will be joining the stall over the next 3 weeks for tastings and retailing their amazing range of artisan products, skin care, wine, beer and gin.. The stall has it all! Today’s tasting table includes Barossa Bagels, Steiny’s, Barossa Cheese, Relish the Barossa and Barossa Valley Ice cream. Keep updated with their tasting schedule here: and visit Barossa Food at the Producer in Residence Stall (next to O’Connell’s) on Market days ‘til 10 March 2018. And to complete your Barossa experience local muso’s will be entertaining the Market in Grote Street!