We're giving Walthamstow farmers market a revamp. And it's asparagus & strawberry season.
Lots of exciting new stalls are coming into the market including...
Ceylon Kothu; traditional Sri Lankan and South Indian street food dishes to you, including Kothu Parotta all made using local produce.
Karaway Bakery; delicious sweet offerings made using traditional Balkan and Slavic recipes handed down through the generations. Their Honey & Walnut Cake is a favourite and a winner of three stars at last year’s Great Taste Awards (an almost unheard-of accolade for a cake). The dough is rich in honey, sprinkled with walnuts and spiced with fragrant clove and cinnamon.
Nana Nairne Preserves; organic jams and chutneys, made using less sugar and more fruit, with delicious, seasonal ingredients.
Charlies Trout; Charlie’s fish are bred and hand reared at the hatchery high in Wiltshire's Chalke Valley where crystal clear water from the chalk aquifers of the Salisbury plain flows freely through the ponds. Hot and cold smoked trout, pate and fishcakes. All delicious.
Taza It doesn't get fresher or more local than award winning urban farm Taza. The duo grow micro greens and salads, delicious, nutrient dense and amazing!
Quickes Traditional cheese. The Quickes family have been farming for nearly 500 years. Their traditional cloth bound cheeses are matured for up to 24 months.
Owley Farm mushrooms. Gourmet mushrooms grown on their 3rd generation farm using locally sourced straw. The business is run by Harvey Piper and his partner Tilly who are committed to providing customers with fresh and delicious mushrooms that you won't find in the supermarket!
Finest Fayre. Pies are back! And they will be accompanied by Scotch eggs too.
Put 29th May in your diaries Leytonstone.
We're coming to Willesden.
It's the best time of year
Freelance market managers wanted for some of our markets.