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Thursday, 7 November 2013

Market Day


The farmers market in Chapel St on Sundays is a very international affair. Cheeses from France, oil and honey from Greece, dried meats from Spain, game from Scotland and of course lots of very local produce. 

8 comments:

Cath.H.C Photography said...

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Bill Nicholls said...

Farmers markets are springing up all over the place now even in our market town. Must confess I hav enever been to one though

Tamera said...

Mmmmm, looks delicious!

Sharon said...

Sounds like a great place for cooks to shop!

Luis Gomez said...

I want to go there.

John said...

We use the local farm shops out here (outside London); beer-fed pork, 28 day hung beef and we've just ordered the christmas turkey. They've got pork and turkey tasting on on Saturday, so I know where we'll be around lunchtime.

Ercotravels said...

Yummy!!!

Babzy said...

I can see a famous cheese of my region the " Mont d"Or " :)

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