Fishy Thingz are back tomorrow with their delicious smoked fish cakes, seafood mornays and tasty hot potato sticks. However, it might be a little quieter this week as Gay has lost her voice. I'm sure it'll take more than that to keep her down!
The newest product from Martinborough Manner - spiced plum and lime chutney - is going to require some self control - you can eat it,
just not quite yet. It will be ready in time for Christmas eating, whether for
yourself or as a gift and is perfect for serving
with ham, turkey, chicken as well as with cheese.
Martinborough Manner will also have more of their very popular lemon honey baked goods – buy to eat at the market or to take away and enjoy later.
Sadly the unfriendly weather has meant the good folk at Splashzone aren't able to bring us fish this week.
As always Wai Ohu and Wairarapa Eco Farms will be offering loads of fresh, seasonal veges to inspire your creativity – all organic and pesticide free.
The Masterton Folk Club will be doing their best to keep our spirits up tomorrow with their cheery ambience.
Food Inc, the movie
There are only a few days left to get tickets for this important film. You can get tickets from John at the market tomorrow or from Regent 3 directly. Film info is here.
Film Inc. Wednesday, October 14, 8:30pm
at Regent 3 - keep the date free