The next Kempley Produce Market is this Saturday 14th November.
Back by popular request, Dee Davidson will be bringing his great range of vegetarian curries and dahls. Made from soya milk and tofu from organic soya beans, curries have long been a passion of Dee’s. They are made from his own recipes which he has developed over time, inspired by 10 years of living amongst Asian communities in Walsall, Birmingham. Come along and meet Dee at the Kempley Produce Market, Saturday, 14th November, 9.30-11.30.
Also at this month’s market:
- Table ready pheasants from Charlotte, £1.85 for a whole bird, £1.30 for a pack of two breasts. Orders can also be taken at the market.
- Greek feta & spinach pie . Mary will be bringing her fabulous Spanakopita pie, a tasty treat that would save you having to think about what to cook this weekend, as well as a great selection of patisseries including chocolate & pecan cookies.
- Christmas poultry & meat. Charlotte will be taking orders for all your meaty Christmas needs. Free range: Turkeys from £8.50kg & Geese from £9.50kg. Ducks from £6.50kg, Rib of Beef from £8.50kg, Lamb from £7.50kg, Gammon from £5.99kg. Find out more about Charlotte’s Fork to Farm venture.
- Cheesy gifts and platters. Ian and Liz will be taking orders for your Christmas cheeses. A great idea for a really thoughtful present from your local cheese makers. Also goats cheese, yoghurt, butter, preserves & veg.
- John’s homemade bread
- Stephen Bull‘s tarts, pies and quiches
- Rapeseed oil from Cotswold Gold
- Flowering plants from David Bywater
- The Forest Bakehouse’s sour dough bread, croissants & sausage rolls
- Amy’s free range eggs
- KPM’s Granola & dried strawberries
- Organic vegetables from Flights Orchard Farm, Little Marcle
- Melkirts Mushrooms
- Honey from Paul Davies
- Juice & Plumdelicious range from Bentleys Castle Fruit Farm & Juice from Hilters Fruit Farm
- HIllbrooks Ice Cream range of luxury ice cream and sorbets
Cafe & Book Swap
Enjoy butties made from dry cured bacon and sausages from pigs reared in the Malverns, cured in Ledbury, cooked in Kempley. Served in freshly baked sour dough bread from The Forest Bakehouse. Catch up with friends and neighbours over a cuppa in the cafe (our meal deal, just £1.20). There are lots of good reads in the book swap. If you have nothing to exchange, then just leave a donation in the pot.
The market is open from 9.30 – 11.30 at Kempley Village Hall.