Posted in May 2013

Dunalley P & F June Menu

The Dunalley Primary School Parents and Friends hut have done it again, and whipped up an amazing sounding menu for the Market this Sunday.  The P & F are committed to using locally sourced ingrediencts and seasonal produce – and this is reflected in their ever changing menus and truly excellent food. All funds raised … Continue reading

Community Stall this month

This week is the perfect time to make a few dollars from your excess silverbeet in your veggie patch – bunch it up and bring it along to the Community Stall. The Community Stall has become a staple stall for fresh produce and is the first stop for many Market visitors – with many of our larger vegetable … Continue reading

Preserve Swap at the next Market

Preserve Swap at the next Market

If you’ve got plenty of plum jam or just too much tomato sauce, you’ll be VERY pleased to hear about the Preserve Swap to be held at the next Market on Sunday 2 June. It’s a fantastic opportunity to re-stock your pantry for winter and get rid of that glut of apple chutney at the … Continue reading

Follow the BCFM on Instagram

The Bream Creek Farmers Market has joined the snap happy world of Instagram. We’ll be uploading photos of each market to our Instagram account, so you can live vicariously if you can’t make it in person, OR you can upload your own photos of the market using the hashtag #breamcreekfarmersmarket, and we can all share … Continue reading

McHenry and Sons Distillery – Producer Profile

  Our featured stallholder today is William McHenry and Sons Distillery, from Eaglehawk Neck. This gorgeous boutique distillery is located on the side of Mt Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula, and they make the most incredible dry gin, sloe gin, whisky and vodka. Names:  William McHenry and Roddy Andrews. Business: William McHenry and Sons Distillery. … Continue reading

Calling all backyard fruit growers!

Do you have an apple or pear tree in your garden? If so, we’d LOVE you to bring along some of your fruit to sell on the Community Stall this week, as our regular producer isn’t coming to the market this month. Selling on the Community Stall is super easy – just pop your fruit … Continue reading