Here is our lovely list of stallholders for the January Market – this Sunday 5 January from 9am-1pm. There will be live music from our brilliant buskers, face painting for the kids by Aimee from Wonderpaint and plenty to taste and buy.
Make a note in your calendars for next month as well – we will be having a “JAM Session” at the February Market – with a jam making demo for the grown ups and a musical instrument Jam Session for the kids – stay tuned for more details as the February market approaches!
Stallholders for January are:
Community Stall – The BCFM Community Stall has an ever-changing variety of fresh, locally grown produce – make sure you check what is available on the day and think about contributing some produce of your own!
JW Kirkwood Orchard – beautiful, fresh cherries.
Marion Bay Organics – Pat and Kat Burke will be selling purple garlic and rhubarb, grown locally, and completely chemical free using organic processes.
Richmond Cherry Farm with their fresh, locally grown fruit.
Coledale Walnuts – locally grown walnuts from the Coal River Valley.
Swallowdale Garlic – drinks and organic garlic grown in Murdunna
Westerway Raspberries – top quality raspberries, jam raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, apricots and pink eye potatoes.
MEATS, POULTRY AND FISH
Little Quoin Farmhouse – amazing pork rolls and free range pork products.
Sea Eagle Seafoods – Bill Smedley will be selling hot smoked seafood, pates smoked fish, fresh fish, pickled fish and fish in sauces. Sea Eagle Seafoods are based in Eaglehawk Neck.
Leap Farm – sustainably and locally raised goat meat products with the lowest food miles possible, and this month Leap Farm will also have local beef mince for sale and will be taking orders for other beef cuts.
BAKED GOODS, CAKES AND CONFECTIONARY
Jakob’s Pantry – cakes, slices, tarts and pastries, using old fashioned recipes, a must try!
Vintage Sugar – macarons, brittles, seasonal baked goods including tarts, muffins, and slices, Tasmanian toffees, marshmallows and fudges as well as a beautiful selection of sweet dukkah and flavoured sugars.
JAMS, HONEY AND CONDIMENTS
Kellevie Kitchen – Kate North will be selling her locally made range of jams and chutneys – and we’ve heard that the beetroot relish is to die for!
Honk Mustard – made locally in Taranna, from an original Finnish recipe, and amazing with cheese, meats and fish – back by popular demand so make sure you stock up on this incredible product.
Crooked Enterprises – Anita and Russell Crook will be selling spice blends, jams, chutney and sauces – with all preserves grown and made by Anita and Russell
Tasliquid Gold Honey – produced from hives around Southern Tasmania, http://www.thehoney-pot.com/about-us/
Pirates Bay Berry Farm – Sue will have her incredible range of jams, sauces and chutneys for sale – not to be missed.
Beanyard Coffee – hot coffee using beans roasted in Tasmania, and this month Beanyard will also be selling refreshing iced tea.
Bream Creek Vineyard – delicious cool climate wines using locally grown grapes.
Lost Pippin – unique, artisan ciders made with heritage apples and pears grown here in Tasmania.
Gillespies Ginger Beer, Sam and Alison Loney –delicious ginger beer made locally at Bream Creek.
READY TO EAT SNACKS AND FOOD
Dunalley Primary P and F Hut – the wonderful parents and friends of Dunalley Primary School will be cooking up a storm with fabulous brekkie items, snacks and lunches. All money raised goes back to the school.
FARM AND GARDEN PRODUCTS, PLANTS AND SEEDLINGS
Mulberry Oak Crafts and Plants – succulents, snapdragons, geraniums, fuschias, bulbs and marigolds grown locally in Forcett.
Sarah Wavell-Bird – will be selling her live young chooks.
Nana’s Farm Beauty Products – natural remedies, healing and rejuvenating creams developed by Valerie Haines, http://www.nannasfarmbeautyproducts.com.au/index.html