As usual we will be in the Town Hall from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
ON THE MEAT COUNTER
Teresa will bring her home reared lamb from the Crown at Snape.
As always an imaginative selection of cakes as well as the usual favourites.
STILL LOTS OF VEG
Potatoes, onions, lettuce, salad leaves, pak choi, squash, tomatoes, beetroot, carrots, spinach, chard, radish.
FOR AN EASY SATISFYING SATURDAY LUNCH TRY OUR FRESH MADE SOUPS WITH CHRIS' ARTISAN BREAD AND FINISH OFF WITH SOMETHING SWEET!!!
THIS WEEKS SOUPS
Our fresh soups have been a great success and this week we will have Leek and Potato, Pumpkin, Roasted Butternut Squash and Carrot. Where possible we use locally grown produce in the soups and as they are freshly made can be frozen.
The ever popular sourdough, plus white pan and brioche and of course baguettes.
Lasagne, hummus, cheese and olive scones,
Sadly all the honey has gone for this year but there is always lots of jams, marmalades, pickles and chutneys.
This is the week for the wool from the Gedgrave flock to be at the market, so come along and see what new things Tracy and Marilyn have been knitting. I understand that the lace weight wool has arrived and they will be brining some along tomorrow. Always lots to see.
NEW THIS WEEK
We have some new jewellery on sale. I haven't seen it yet so can't comment but I look forward to meeting another new member to the market.
I know it is early but we have mincemeat and puddings for sale. They keep for many months so why not get them now so that is one less thing to worry about. We have large, medium and small puddings and jars of mincemeat. WARNING, once you try the homemade variety you will never buy commercially produced mincemeat ever again. We use the finest ingredients and we take great care in the production.
We have a wide range of hand made items. Knitted scarves, mittens, bags etc. Patchwork quilts, cushion, and lovely small zipped bags. There will be a couple of tote bags as well as lavender bags and wheatbags. Dare I say, some lovely things for Christmas presents.
Why not stop for a tea or coffee and enjoy the atmosphere of the market. It the weather doesn't improve it will be a good place to shelter for a while.
and don't forget, we are taking orders for Christmas food and gifts. Why not order hampers for all your friends, family or staff. We will fill them with items of your choice.
Have a great weekend.