Bream Creek Farmers Market this Sunday 5 March

MARCH IS FOR THE BIRDS

Autumn is here, and the local shorebirds are starting to think about packing up and heading north for the winter. We’re delighted that one of our favourite bird suppliers Honeywood Farm Products is migrating back to Bream Creek for our March market, with a range of live poultry and farm goodies.

We also have local veggies, meat, plants, olives, spices, honey, ginger beer, wine, gin, tea, cakes, hot food, plus great coffee from local team Barista Sista, and local musos too!

Hope to see you at the Bream Creek Showgrounds, this Sunday 5 March, from 9am to 1pm.

 


 

Confirmed stallholders for this Sunday so far include:

FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES, NUTS AND PRODUCE

  • Xiong Farmers – locally grown veggies
  • Edmund Story – locally grown spuds from locally grown youngster Edmund
  • BCFM Produce Table (Community Stall)
  • Bream Creek Community Garden – fresh veg from our very own garden

PLANTS, SEEDS, FLOWERS, GARDEN AND FARM PRODUCTS

  • Frog Hollow Nursery food plants, and native plants, grown on the Peninsula
  • Mulberry Oak – plants

MEAT POULTRY AND FISH

  • Leap Farm goat meat, beef, sausages and prepared curries – plus a selection of Tongola Goats’ cheeses
  • Bream Creek Seafood – premium smoked seafood from the supercool waters of Tasmania
  • Honeywood Farm Products – baby turkeys, baby guinea fowl, baby ducks and baby chicks

BREAD, CAKES, BISCUITS AND CONFECTIONERY

  • Dunalley Primary P&F cake stall – sweet treats baked locally

JAMS, OILS, CONDIMENTS, SAUCES

  • Crooked Enterprises – Spice blends, jams, chutney and sauces – with all preserves grown and made locally
  • HONK Mustard – made locally in Taranna, from an original Finnish recipe
  • Burnside Olives – olive oil from Tim and Penny Dunbabin
  • Tasman Honey – home-made, from the Tasman Peninsula

BEVERAGES

READY TO EAT AND PRE-PREPARED FOOD

  • MIAM Crepes a range of sweet crêpes and savoury French crepes (galettes) made from Tas ingredients
  • Wombat Cafe
  • Wattlebanks – Fine hot fare, with ingredients from chef and owner Rodd Dan’s property

OTHER

  • e. sense – locally produced teas and olive oil soaps

 

As always, we are always interested in hearing from new stallholders, so please fill out an EOI form if you’d like to join us, or pass our information on to your friends.

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