Kids' Club at 10am - The Big Salad using Bald Hills Olive Grove's great produce.
Taste the Market at 11am - Anama from Bald Hills Olive Grove prepares Sautéed Olives - warmed in olive oil with orange zest, Almond lentil curry, Olive oil cake
The Adelaide Farmers' Market Showground has on average 90+ stalls per week. You can search for produce and stallholders at the market here
For a list of stallholders at the market this Sunday - click here
Fortnightly/returning stallholders here this week:: Chooks Gone Wild, Les Deux Coqs, Quench Fruit Extractions, The Dairy Man
Stallholders not here this week: 4 Paws Doggy Treats, Cooinda, Country Posies, Fleurida Goats, Harrisons Honey, Lobo Cider, Olympus Flowers, Rich Pickings, Rohdes Free Range Eggs, SA Composters, ST Flowers, Sunshine Iceblocks, The Food Forest, The Gourmet Entertainer
These details are updated each Friday afternoon prior to the Sunday market.
The Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market will run its annual scarecrow-making competition again this winter with the winning entries receiving a family pass to the Royal Adelaide Show.
To provide a little extra help for children entering the competition, the Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market will hold a workshop on Sunday 23 July, as part of its weekly Kids’ Club activities. The workshop will include handy tips and tricks on how to make an effective scarecrow. The workshop is free and will start at 10am.
Adelaide Farmers’ Market general manager, Elaine Ratcliffe said the Kids’ Club was an important addition in making the Market a family friendly experience and teaching kids about healthy and sustainable food.
“Our Kids’ Club activities aim to teach kids about the process of growing their own produce and encouraging them to learn about cooking and preparing food as part of a healthy lifestyle,” Elaine said.
“The farmers’ who sell at our market often rely on traditional, hands on farming techniques and using scarecrows can be an effective way of keeping birds away from crops. We ran the scarecrow competition for the first time in 2015 and again last year, and it was a big hit. We expect to see increased interest and entries this year.”
To enter the competition, children can submit entries made at the Kid’s Club workshop or families need to complete a form and bring along their homemade scarecrows to the Market by 10am on Sunday 20 August. There are eight family passes to be won. Entrants will have the option to take their scarecrows home or donate them to a farmer at the market.
New to the farmers' market this Sunday we welcome Amanda of Fiaje - creator a wide range of sweet and savoury jams, chutneys and relishes. Fiaje's signature product is Cumquat Jam and other favourites are Onion Jam, Pear and Ginger Jam, Quince Jelly and Spicy Tomato Chutney. Come say hello on Sunday.
Heather & Tim of The Wild Apple return this Sunday trading as under a new name T’art. They bring with them fruit tarts, fruit cakes and fruit muffins baked fresh on their farm baked. Find their stall outside next to Mems Coffee.
Even more nom noms! Baked by Butter Fingers grand opening is this Sunday. Holly brings a new range of cheese cakes, lamingtons, eclairs, biscuits and more. Find Holly’s cake stall inside next to Let Them Eat.
The Australian Food Awards (AFA) is Australia's leading national food awards program, conducted by The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV).Congratulations to Najobe Park Red Angus who have taken home Bronze for their branded Pork and Lamb and Gold for their Beef. Well done also to B.-d Farm Paris Creek who have won silver for both their Just Organic Full Fat and Fat Reduced Milk.
Spinach is one of edible flowering plants, which grows up to 30cm tall. They belong to the family Amaranthaceae in the order Caryophyllales . It can be classified into three types - savoy has dark green, crinkly and curly leave, flat or smooth leaf spinach with broad, smooth leaves and semi-savoy is a hybrid variety with slightly crinkled leaves. Originating in ancient Persia (modern Iran and neghboring countries). It was known as “Persian vegetable”.
Spinach contains an appreciable amount of iron attaining 21% of the Daily Value in a 100-g amount of raw spinach. Except that, spinach also has moderate calcium content, which is among the least bioavailable of food calcium sources.
Spinach is sold, bunched, packaged fresh in bags, canned, or frozen. For longer storage, it is blanced and frozen, cooked and frozen, or canned, which can be for up to eight months.
Adelaide Farmers' Market Cheeseboard. Solid pine cheeseboard with the market logo branded on. Its been crafted by our friends at Woodwerx, part of Barossa Enterprises. Woodwerx provides supported employment for people with disability in the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley regions. The Cheeseboards are $22.50 for members and $25 for non-members.
Adelaide Farmers' Market Members can purchase 2017 car park passes for parking on Sundays at the Adelaide Showground via the Leader Street entrance. Now costing just $25 the passes can be used every Sunday to the end of December 2017 (except during the Royal Show). The passes are valid for all day on Sunday so market members can stay to enjoy additional events and activities at the Adelaide Showground for no additional car parking charge. Visit the Information Stand at the market and show your membership card to purchase your pass.
Can you spare four hours on Sunday morning once a month? We’re looking for friendly folk who will help at our Information Stall at our Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market. Training will be provided. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
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