Dear Stroud Greeners,Just a quick reminder about the market which starts this coming weekend!You'll find full details of all the stalls on our site - harringaymarket.co.uk - as well as some pretty
brilliant produce traders including Mersham Shoot, Perry Court Farm, Fratelli Formaggio and Wood Green’s very own Celtic Bakers, we are welcoming streateries as varied as Sri
Lankan and Brazilian, Italian and Japanese, and a sprinkling of local artists.11 to 3 at North Harringay Primary School, Falkland Road, N8Do follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.
This looks lovely, I work alternate weekends so won't be able to come but I look forward to visiting sometime. Good Luck!
Can't go this weekend as I'm in Cambridge, but like miss annie I'm definitely looking forward to popping by soon.
This was ace. I bought many, many things. So many cheeses that my kitchen smells like a festival rucksack. Also, venison sausages. They were mostly sold out by 14:00, mostly, so I think it will be back next week.
This Sunday 8 July is the third Harringay Market at North Harringay Primary School, Falkland Road, N8 (11 to 3) and we have another stellar line-up for you. Top-quality produce, from the likes of Mersham, who supply Wimbledon (no less) with strawberries and Maximus Sustainable Fishing who vetski mentions in the post above; based on the Suffolk coast, they are suppliers to some of London’s top restaurants.
Amongst our street food traders are The Caribbean Chef, who are feeding the Jamaican Olympic team this summer and Banhmi11 - their gourmet Vietnamese baguettes or bánh mì are amongst the best sandwiches in London according to the Evening Standard. As well as being famous on the capital's street food scene, many of our traders are very local to Harringay, including KayTea's Cakes, The Celtic Bakers and The Hungry Wolf.
And we want to hear your feedback, comments, pictures and your recipes - so feel free to post or Tweet us your musings. Oh and please spread the word to friends, family, neighbours and colleagues! We need everyone's support to keep the market's momentum going.
Anyway. Back to this week - the condensed list for 8 July is as follows…and do take a look at our Traders page for full details of all the stalls.
Produce:Mersham Shoot, Maximus Sustainable Fishing,
Perry Court Farm, Celtic Bakers, Fratelli Formaggio, Capo Caccia Fine
Food, Sheila’s Plant Store
Street food:The Hungry Wolf, Alley Kat-Su Curry,
B&G Food Twist, The Caribbean Chef, Big Dirty Burger, Hello Kitchen
UK, A Taste of Sri Lanka, El Centro, Bánhmì11,
Gloria’s Tapas, KayTea’s Cakes, Il Baretto Coffee House,
Opera Ice Cream (weather permitting)
Art & crafts:Tonie Grelet, Read But Not Heard, The Big Green Bookshop, Nuvivi, Kids Club Kampala Crafts, Mussell & Skate
Mangoozoo Kids will be around for fabulous face-painting and at B&G Food Twist children can get crafty in their interactive Cookery Corner.
Hi Stroud Greeners,
Tomorrow promises to be a sunny day, so I hope to see all of you at Harringay Market.
We have a stellar line-up again to feed your appetite, arts and crafts, produce, and the kids can decorate cookies and have their faces painted.
Check out www.harringaymarket.co.uk for our full list of traders.
See you tomorrow at North Harringay Primary School, Falkland Road N8 0NU.
I completely missed it, I thought it went 'til 4 and got there just after 3 to find everyone packed away. It smelled very nice there though. Anyone get any treasure today?
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