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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Northside Produce Market

lamb ribs on the barbecue
Lamb ribs on the barbie

A feast for the eyes, the nose and the tastebuds at last weekend's Northside Produce Market in North Sydney...

apples in a wicker basket
Crisp gala apples

fresh fig sample
Fig sample (oh it was delicious!)

La Tartine organic fresh sourdough bread
Organic sourdough baguettes from La Tartine

La Tartine organic sourdough fruit loaves
Organic sourdough fruit loaves from La Tartine

gourmet biscuits
Gourmet biscuit treats

cutting cheese
Cheese cutting at Formagi Ocello

jars of marinated goats fetta
Marinated fetta cheese at Formagi Ocello

live bees
Live bees at a honey stall

shiny apples from the Apple Man
Shiny red apples from The Batlow Apple Man

fresh baked apple pies from the Apple Man
Apple pies by The Batlow Apple Man

fresh Ulladulla live oysters in shell
Live Ulladulla oysters

Roquefort blue vein cheese
Roquefort cheese
(my new favourite blue cheese)

Organic fruit juices from Parkers Organics
Juice oasis at Parkers Organics

breakfast bacon on the barbie from Consumate
Breakfast bacon and eggs at the Consumate stall

fruit Danishes from Consumate
Fruit danish pastries at Consumate

flat olive bread from Consumate
Olive flatbread at Consumate

fruit friands from Consumate
Fruit friands at Consumate

Rolser shopping carts
Rolser shopping trolleys
Hip and fluoro!

Murray River pink salt flakes
Murray River pink sea salt flakes

Northside Produce Market
Miller Street, North Sydney(between Ridge and McLaren Streets)

3rd Saturday of every month
8.00am - 12.00pm

Free parking available in Ridge Street car park.

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September 2006 ¦ March 2006 ¦ July 2005 ¦ April 2005
8 comments - Add some comment love

posted by Helen (AugustusGloop) on 3/21/2006 01:00:00 am


  • At 3/22/2006 8:44 am, Blogger Reb said…

    These look like good markets - I've never been to them but I might do it next time they're on. Yay for Roquefort cheese! The biggest victory in food importing in years.

  • At 3/22/2006 9:58 am, Blogger Ange said…

    What a fantastic looking market, a pity I live in Melbourne! Love the bees, growing up my Nanna used to have a bee hive in her back yard so brings back fond memories

  • At 3/22/2006 1:52 pm, Blogger Julia said…

    Gorgeous photos as usual!

  • At 3/22/2006 3:28 pm, Blogger FooDcrazEE said…

    lqrt*wish i was there syndrom*

  • At 3/22/2006 5:39 pm, Blogger Veruca Salt said…

    great photos.new camera does make everything look so arty

  • At 3/22/2006 11:19 pm, Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Reb - They're not as big as the Good Living Growers Markets at Pyrmont but the convenience of parking and its suburban setting gives it a more relaxed family feel.

    Yes I can't believe it took so long for Roquefort to rock our Down Under world.

    Hi Ange - But you have the Queen Vic Markets! There are some great foodie finds there.

    Wow, live bees in your backyard. It all sounds so rustic =)

    Hi Julia - Thanks. It was all gorgeous food!

    Hi foodcrazee - lol. The grass is always greener...

    Hi Veruca Salt - Yes I love my new lens. Must get more practice in. Oh the foodporn I must do!

  • At 3/23/2006 12:44 pm, Blogger cin said…

    fantastic photos, AG! hope some of these markets are on when I come up to Sydney next.

  • At 3/24/2006 1:19 am, Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Cin - There are markets on every week in Sydney. Check my markets listing on my right-hand side panel. The biggest one is definitely the Good Living Growers Market on the first Sat of the month, following by Northside on the 3rd Sat.

    The Farmers Market in the Entertainment Quarter is pretty good, as is Orange Grove Markets in Lilyfield. Both of these are every Saturday.

    Let me know when you're next in town. Would love to meet you! =)


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