It’s been a busy few weeks at Harvest with festivals and events happening in and around Launceston bringing a swag of local, interstate and overseas visitors to the market. As the Summer Holidays come to an end, school term starts, and the back to work blues set in, you can be rest assured the Harvest Market will keep the festival vibe alive every Saturday morning rain, hail or shine!
This week we bring you a taste of Columbia, welcoming QUIWE to the market pouring thirst quenching cups of Salpicon. Come down and treat yourself to this delicious homemade fruit beverage, served cold and loaded with chunks of fresh Tasmanian fruit. Take your tastebuds to South America first-class by adding a dollop of vanilla ice-cream on top. The best part is, once you’ve finished eating the fruit salad, you can sip away on the sweet, creamy liquid goodness left at the bottom of your cup!
Bruny Island Seafoods are back at Harvest again this week bringing you oysters so fresh you’ll feel like you’ve been to the beach and back without having set foot on the sand.
” I do not weep at the world, I am too busy sharpening my oyster knife.” (Zora Neale Hurston)
We have blueberries aplenty from Three Peaks Organics and Sheffield Berry Gardens. A convenient, nutrient-dense superfood that taste good, look great, and are a perfect addition to the school lunchbox.
St Andrews Caledonian Pipe Band will be adding to the international flavour at Harvest this weekend, entertaining crowds with the sounds of Scotland between 9am and 930am. With a sunny day and low winds forecast this Saturday, it will be a perfect day to don your tartan skirt and crack out a Scottish Highland fling!
See you at the market.