Featuring Fresh Local Produce
The Boat Shed Market aims to deliver a diverse range of high quality produce for locals and visitors alike. The recent introduction of a Regional Table to the Market provides a way for producers who are unable to open a stand-alone stall to make their produce available to customers. This week the Regional Table will include:
Salad greens, potatoes, broccolini and more from Bathgate Farms;
Certified organic tomatoes, pumpkin, cucumbers and watermelon from Gledhow Organics;
Large garlic bulbs from Mt Barker Fresh Garlic;
and new season Feijoa’s from Rainbow Coast Produce
On the waterfront – every Sunday Morning
10am to 1 pm – Come on down.
Take them out of cages and chickens reward us by working hard – because it takes a lot of work to make the best possible egg.
At Cuthbert Pastured Eggs their chickens roam across a pasture to search out all the little bits and pieces of food and stuff that come together to make an egg with a yellow yolk, firm white and solid shell. Everyone is much happier.
If quality is important – quality of your food, quality of your health and quality of life for you and the chicken – then come on down to the Boat Shed Market between 10am and 1pm on Sundays to get the best eggs directly from the farmer.
Cranbrook Primary School – with 57 students – has been looking at ways to use the harvest from 1,000 local olive trees to help raise some funds for the school P&C.
After quite a few tests and trials.
the end result is an extra-virgin olive oil branded the P&C Pick.
Come down to the Boat Shed Market on Sunday and pick up a bottle of “the good oil”.
Pictures courtesy of Kristy St Jack