The market this week

Our regular weekly stalls in pics.


 

Saturday 20 April 10-3pm

Suffer from hay fever?  Bees to the rescue.

Come and get yourself some local (ish) honey from our beekeeper friends at Artisan Apiary. They have their hives in Swanley.  We’ve also got Pooch Shed coming with her dog treats, ferments from Love Fermented, sustainably sourced  crystals from Rebekka and David with his CBD and much more.  And all our regulars, of course.  

Just a quick heads up that you can get two FREE natural wine tasters at the market every single week.  See below for this week’s offerings from Wine Scout. .And don’t forget to grab yourself a coffee or tea from Cafe Antenna, hidden away under the courtyard stairs at Antenna (follow the signs near Veasey’s, the fish stall).  Their coffee is Sons of Thunder – single origin, organic, hand roasted from Honduras and absolutely delicious.

Hook and Son, our organic and raw diary supplier, were fighting off an application to build on their best grazing land and we are relieved to report that the application was refused.  To watch the cows ‘turning out’ onto this land, head over to our instagram stories today.  Turning out from shed to fields happens in April every year, and it’s so lovely to see the cows showing their delight.

 


 

GUESTS & NEIGHBOURS

Guests this week

  • Pooch Shed (pictured). Dog lover Katie offers natural and nutritious dog treats to meet any canine need.
  • Love Fermented All types of ferments including kickass kimchi and kimchi ketchup.
  • Talking Crystals  Ethical crystals from local Rebekkah
  • Artisan Apiary Raw, unpasteurised, honey from Swanley
  • Eat Moringa – CBD, bucket hats, joss sticks, copper cups and more from David

Alongside the market:

  • Cafe Antenna  Just open on Saturdays for the mean time with single origin organic Sons of Thunder coffee
  • Lovebeat Vinyl through the cafe – Andy’s knee getting better all the time so he’ll be in there soon
  • Free the Gallery Vintage market Sat & Sun 11-5pm.
  • VIntage market, Alan’s Antiques  and Jerry’s books in the courtyard next door, always full of surprises.

 

 


 

LUNCHES

 

 

Comfort & Joy  Deli stall with pies, scotch eggs, sausage rolls, hot wraps and a varied selection of interesting salads.  Also find a range of meals to heat at home

Simply Tay Away this week, back next week. Pakistani food from Tay including ‘those samosas’, takeaway curries, pakoras, lassi drinks and much more. 

 

 

 


 

CAKES, PASTRIES, BREAD

 

Cakehole Wide range of cakes and bakes. 

Bread Bread  Sourdough, rye, foccacia, olive sticks, croissants & other pastries, cinnamon buns, cake and mince pies.  As well as their wide array of breads, you’ll also find lots of sweet treats, including cakes.

 

 

 


 

PRODUCE

 

Veaseys fishmonger  Full slab from Nick and crew. The Veaseys boat, Le Belhara operates out of Eastbourne daily.  Check out all their great recipes here.  

Holly Farm butcher  Full table from butcher Connor. 

Hook and Son Raw or pasteurised dairy; milk, plus butter, cream, ghee, yoghurt, eggs and beef.  All organic and pasture fed. Almost all from their own farm. 

 

 


 

FRUIT & VEG

 

Peterson’s organic fruit and veg  Organic fruit and veg from Kent & some from abroad. Farmer Janis and his two sons Oskars and Lauris run the farm near Canterbury. 

Wild Country Organics  Veg, salad and herbs, all organic, and all grown in unheated greenhouses on Adrian’s farm near Cambridge. 

Brambletye fruit, veg & eggs Biodynamic veg, mushrooms, apples, the best apple juice, ferments, eggs, and more. All grown themselves on their farm in Forest Row. 

 

 


 

DELI STALLS

 

Capo Caccia  Sardinian deli from Big Cheese Antonio & King Salami Eddie. Antonio says “King salami is away and I’ll be there talking about the salami tales with our Nonna and dolce salami a superb cured ham king. And the sheep taleggio, crosta fiorita and the tutti frutti pecorino caciotta cheese :)))”  Salami tales, you need to get on that!

London Smoke & Cure From their smokery in Streatham plus a comprehensive range of cheeses.  Packed stall this week.  Please do sign up to their newsletter if you haven’t already.  

 

 

 


 

WINE

 

The Wine Scout  Naturally produced wines from around the world, sourced by Pedro.  Each week he opens two tasters so you can sample his range.  

Explaining his 2 TASTERS this week, Pedro says, “Hello! This Saturday we will taste two beautiful organic wines.

The white Selection Massale Chardonnay, made bu thev talented Dan Gillett in Marlborough in New Zealand has aromas of toasted chestnut and lemon curd and key lime on the palate. This is a rich, textural Chardonnay with great concentration of flavour and palate weight. For this rich, textural Chardonnay, Dan sourced fruit from the Brawn, Kennedy Road and Orchard Vineyards in Wairau Valley.

The red Le Vin Est Une Fête Côtes Marmandais is made by the iconic producer Elian da Ros in southern France. This wine has a nose full of scents of sweet cherries, cassis and toasted oak. On the palate, it is ripe and plummy with plenty of juicy acidity, with notes of spicy red fruits leading to a lingering finish. ‘Fete Rouge’ is a a blend of 60% Merlot plus equal quantities of Arbouriou and Cabernet Franc. Delicious!.”

 


 

 

 

REFILLS/ECO – The Walkthrough

 

On the food side  Wholefood refills, by weight. Buy as much or as little as you need. Nuts, grains, seeds, pulses, dried druit, teas and superfoods, oils and much more.

On the kitchen/bathroom side Refill washing and cleaning liquids, plus toilet paper, bamboo toothbrushes, soap and much more. 

All products in our shop are sourced as locally as possible, environmentally conscious, have zero plastic packaging, are from small companies, are organic, (where relevant), vegan and cruelty free, built on trust.

Prices and product list can be found here.

 

 


 

We have a couple of stalls on Thursday too

9-1pm Hook & Son  Raw or pasteurised milk, plus butter, cream, ghee, yoghurt, eggs and beef.  All organic and pasture fed. Almost all from their own farm.

9:30-5pm  The Walkthrough  Organic wholefoods, by weight. Buy as much or as little as you need. We sell pulses, grains, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, tea, spices, herbs, superfoods.  Plus prepackaged flour, nut butters, tahini, coconut oil, maple syrup.  Eco household refills, locally hand made natural beauty products. Plus recycled paper, plastic free toilet paper, soap and much more

PLUS – Haynes Lane market and Alan’s Antiques are also open from 11-5 Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

 


 

 


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