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Farmers Market folk love winter

Its July, it’s cold and windy, and it might even be wet. But you still need your fix of a freshly brewed coffee and that Saturday morning Egg and Bacon Roll before you get your supplies of fresh produce. So come on down, the Farmers Markets are always on the third Saturday of the month come rain, hail or shine. Find us in the St Marys churchyard, on the corner of Church and Market Streets, from 8.30 till 12.30.

Saturday night dinner? We’ve got it covered..I’m thinking slow roast pork roll from Merrifield Free Range Pork, coated in a grainy mustard from Luciano’s Bit on the Side, desiree spuds, parsnips and pumpkin to roast from Kurrawong Organics, apple sauce from Adriennes Kitchen, and to wash it all down, a bottle (or two) of 2013 Gatekeeper Shiraz from Yeates Wines.

For the full list of stallholders at Saturdays market, click here

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