Our stall holders list this month is big and beautiful!
FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES & NUTS
Xiongs Farmers – locally grown
BCFM Produce Table (Community Stall) – the epitome of ‘seasonal’
MEAT AND CHEESE
Leap Farm – across the road kind-of-local goat and beef meat reared ethically and locally
Tongola Cheese – The Dairy of Leap Farm, exceptional seasonal cheeses from happy goats
MBC for Birdlife
Coal Valley Pet Meat – being your dogs along and buy them a local treat!
PLANTS, SEEDS, FLOWERS, GARDEN & FARM PRODUCTS
Frog Hollow Nursery – plants for edible and native gardens from the Peninsula – Dave will do a talk on Heirloom Tomatoes this month!
Mulberry Oak – succulents, edible and native plants and seedlings
Honeywood – poultry, fruit and vegetables
Soaptuous – hand crafted soaps and skin care from southern Tassie
BREAD, CAKES, BISCUITS & CONFECTIONERY
Community Bakers Stall – freshly baked local bread, bagels and the biggest assortment of flaky pastries and sumptuous cakes
Lil Lizzie – hand made cakes, slices and preserves
Tas Licorice – bite-sized local treats
Liggabuff – cupcakes are their specialty!
PRESERVES, OILS, SEASONINGS
Burnside Olives – Olive oil selection from Tim and Hannah
Coledale Walnuts – the season is upon us!
Tasmanian Kitchen Pantry – Jams, marmalades and preserves
Dunalley Cooperative – a selection of wholly organic dry goods from Eumarrah both small pre-packaged and bulk – so bring your Tupperware!
Bream Creek Vineyard – award winning cool-climate local wines
Gillespies – Traditionally brewed ginger beer hand crafted in Bream Creek
Nonesuch – boutique small batch spirits
READY TO EAT & PRE-PREPARED FOOD
Wattlebanks – fine hot fare, with ingredients from chef and owner Rodd Dans property
AliCart – A food van specialising in breakfast, take-away and coffee
Formosa – vegetarian, vegan and GF hot food to go!
Flame cake – flammkuchen, traditional Bavarian/French specialty
P&F – support your local school!
Spice Lotus – vegetarian, gluten-free heathy tasty meals hot and ready
Friffles – Belgium Waffles made with fresh Tasmanian produce
Bream Creek Seafood – as local as you can get!