This Week @ Harvest | April 10, 2021

Autumn is marching on, so don’t forget to get your bulbs in the ground.  Tas Daffodils will have their beautiful range at market this weekend including tulips, freesias, lilies, saffron, hyacinths and of course daffodils… if it grows from a bulb, Tas Daffodils will have it!!

Stallholders at Harvest this weekend:

41 Degrees South  
A Pinch of Tasmania
Afghani Bolani
All Things Cherry
Brady’s Lookout Cider
Coronea Grove
Delicious Little Things
Della Vale Gelato
Elgaar Farm and The Grain Family
Elphin Grove Farm
Felds Farm
Frank’s Char
Frankham Figs
George Town Seafoods
Hazelbrae Hazelnuts
Hillwood Fresh Food Co
Honey Tas
Laos Fresh Farm
Lentara Grove
Meat Bread Cheese
Metcalf Distilleries 
Modo Mio Naked
Mr B & T Mushroom Garden
Mt Gnomon Farm
New Norfolk Distillery
One on the Slide
Paul’s Hot Sauce
Plants Direct
Provenance Coffee
Real Beef
Ritual Coffee
Sandy’s Sourdough
Seoul Food
Seven Sheds
Seven Springs
Sheffield Berry Gardens
Southern Sky Cheese 
Steve’s Vegies 
Tamar Valley Pastured Eggs
Tas Daffodils
TASG and Oldway Farm
Tasmanian Juice Press
Tassie Murtabak
Taste of Tam O’Shanter 
The Tea Equation
Thirlstane Gardens
Three Peaks Organics  
Wanderer Mead
West Bee Honey
West Tamar Fungi
Windara Orchard

Brady’s Lookout will be at Harvest this weekend with their beautiful sparkling cider as well as Seven Sheds Brewery with their fine Tasmanian brews.  We will also have our usual range of the freshest, local, seasonal vegetables, fruits and herbs as well as a range of local cheeses and dairy produce at Elgaar Farm and Southern Sky. It’s the last few weeks for corn from Elphin Grove fresh raspberries from Bioberries and those gorgeous plump figs from Frankham Figs so be sure to get your fix before those respective seasons are over!

Our entertainment will feature plenty of Salsa dancing as part of Launceston’s Latin American Celebration which will have a few activities happening around Launceston.  As always, audience participation is encouraged!

Sandy’s Sourdough and Apiece will have some of Tassie’s finest sourdoughs, while Karen from Taste of TamO’Shanter will have plenty of jams, pickles and relishes available this weekend. After a few weeks off in March, Smallgrain are back at Harvest with their Japanese fusion cuisine and why not welcome new stallholders New Norfolk Distillery while you’re at the market!

See you on Saturday!

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