Wednesday, 27 August 2008

farmers' market

Apples growing wild near Peppermint Bay, Tasmania.

An apple orchard.

Blackberries are considered a pest in Tasmania - I thought they were delicious!

There really is no substitute for food in its most natural state. I will never forget the taste of apples from the side of the road in the Huon Valley, Tasmania, during a country drive a few years ago. Now farmers markets are popping up everywhere, and with good reason. Farm fresh food is delicious. So if you're in Sydney check out the Hawkesbury Harvest Farmers and Fine Food market in Cook + Phillip square. This weekly market will run from 10am to 2.30pm every Friday.


Shannon Fricke said...

Love Love Love! - You've inspired me to think about growing apples and berries - they just look so divine.

Natalie Walton said...

Those apples are still the best I've ever tasted. And eating berries straight from the bush can't be beaten, especially when your fingers get stained and juice runs down your arm. Yum!


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