Mavis’s Harvest Market re-cap
Looking Back at The Harvest Market
Sunday 6th of May
LAUNCHED WITHIN THE NRF HARVEST FOOD FESTIVAL – Our first seasonal Micro-Market was an absolute sell-out success.
We welcomed many sunday morning market goers to enjoy an outdoor breaky, coffee & music while checking out the hand picked selection of vendors from the region. The energy was magical – the sounds of Raku a fantastic addition to the buzz of the market under the mountain.
Our fabulous stall holders were
- Church Farm General Store – Slow-Living poster children – Andrew & Amanda along with children – Banjo & Poppy make wonderful products by hand in their Billinudgel home (a converted church) – their market stall held delightfully packaged botanical Soaps, Sauces, curry paste & Hot Sauces that pack a punch.
The Witches Broomstick – From Nunderi here in the Tweed Valley, Donna and her family are bringing a wide variety of Mushrooms that they grow in air-conditioned shipping containers. Donna will also have duck eggs, take-home quiches and anything that she can forage from her ever-evolving fertile farm.
Cheeses Loves You – Debra Allard who learned her cheesemaking craft IN FRANCE and applied her techniques to make award nominated Cheeses at home with her husband on her Family Dairy in Burringbar.The “Velvet Chausette” -state winner in the Delicious produce awards.
Madura Tea Estates – the premiere for their brand new vintage Iced Tea van – Madura serves yours just the way you like it and shows you just how special this locally grown tea is.
Chloe’s Cake stall – our talented new recruit Chloe with her country style cake stand. School and Work lunches will be ‘next level’ next week.
Bun Coffee – kept us caffeinated all day & into the week with their retail packs available.