Kids Club - 10am - Stuffed Mushrooms
Taste the Market Kitchen - 11.00am - Kristie from Beetaloo Gourmet Mushrooms
The oyster mushrooms are cultivated on Dene and Kirstie’s property at Beetaloo Valley in the beautiful Southern Flinders Ranges. Species include: Florida, elm, pink, pearl and blue oyster mushrooms. The mushrooms are delicious in a stir-fry, risotto or simply sautéed in a little olive oil or butter. You can find oyster and morel mushrooms and assorted chili at the Beetaloo Gourmet Mushroom stall outside the pavilion at the Adelaide Farmers' Market on Sunday’s once a fortnight.
The Adelaide Farmers' Market Showground has on average 90+ stalls per week. You can search for produce and stallholders at the market here this week.
Fortnightly/returning stallholders here this week: TBA
Fortnightly/returning stallholders not here this week: TBA
We update our list of this Sunday's stallholders at the market on Friday afternoons.
Kuhl Kooking crew will be serving sweet waffles with Ashbourne spiced honey poached pears, salted caramel and creme fraiche. or you could try dairy free porridge served with Ashbourne spiced honey poached pears and honey syrup.
Marie & Paul of Falg Nurseries have been busy in the kitchen. This Sunday they will have a new range of herbed jellies. Try a free sample.
Cook like a MasterChef Australia contestant! Sign in to see Saskia Beer Farm Produce’s fabulous whole chooks used as the key ingredient in the competition. https://tinyurl.com/yb8f4hfd Poh of JamFace’s famous Milly Filly was also featured on last night’s episode of MasterChef Australia.
Long-time stallholder Gerry Bariamis is retiring (after threatening to do so for the last 4 years). His daughter Helen will continue trading until the end of June. From all of us at the Adelaide Farmers’ Market, we thank the Bariamis Family for their support of the market and we wish Gerry and his wife Koula all the best for their retirement.
Mandarins are a citrus fruit enjoyed by many Australians during the cooler months, from an estimated 2.3 million citrus trees planted across the country. Mandarins evolved in Vietnam, southern China and Japan and were named after the Chinese officials of the Imperial court where they were initially reserved for the privileged and the wealthy.
There are a range of mandarin varieties grown including Imperial, Hicksons, Taylor-Lee, Fremont, Ellendale, Emperor, Afourer, and Clementine (also known as seedless tangerines). Mandarins make a convenient snack food as they peel easily and can be broken into pieces without needing a knife.
Adelaide Farmers’ Market stallholders DJS Garden Fresh Citrus and B & A Andonopoulos are now selling mandarins. Watch out for mandarins at Cooinda Proprietors.
Adelaide Farmers' Market Members can purchase 2018 car park passes for parking on Sundays at the Adelaide Showground via the Leader Street entrance. Now costing just $40 the passes can be used every Sunday to the end of December 2018 (except during the Royal Show). The passes are valid for all day on Sunday so market members can stay to enjoy additional events and activities at the Adelaide Showground for no additional car parking charge. Visit the Information Stand at the market and show your membership card to purchase your pass.
Car Park costs on Sundays for Farmers' Market Customers are as follows:
First hour - free
Parking until 1:30pm - $4
Day parking - $10
We're doing our bit to help you stop using single use plastic bags. You can now get Onya reusable Produce Bags, an easy replacement for single use plastic fruit and vegetable bags, made from recycled plastic drink bottles from the Market Information Stand.
These light (only 10 grams per bag) but deceptively strong mesh bags can hold up to 2 kilos of produce and feature a gussett and drawsting tie. Available in a 5 pack the produce bags stuff down into a brightly coloured pouch the size of your fist when not in use. The bags can be washed simply with a cool water handwash when the need arises, or they can be put on a cool gentle cycle in the washing machine. Available at the Information Stand: $14 for members and $16 for non-members.
Can you spare four hours on Sunday morning once a month? We’re looking for friendly folk who will help at our Information Stall at our Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market. Training will be provided. Contact email@example.com to register your interest.
Whats on at the Adelaide Showgrounds