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Marymead MULCH

Come out of your winter hibernation for A Taste of Spring

At last, spring has sprung! You can see and smell it around town with the eruption of the cherry blossoms announcing the new season’s arrival, and of course, our city welcomes Floriade on Saturday too.

To join in the spring fun, the Market is hosting A Taste of Spring this coming Saturday 14th September. As part of the day, the CIT Kitchen will be moving up to the front of the Market to create a range of delicious recipes using the freshest in seasonal produce straight from the Market. Watch these talented local chefs create warm spring salad of eggplant, tofu and greens, roasted cauliflower with almond sauce, bbq pork ribs with radish and spring greens, and for the sweet tooths – vegan pavlova with strawberries.

Our friends from CIT will have printed recipes on hand so you can shop the Market for everything you need to create these spring recipes at home. And if spring gardening is more your thing, we will have the crew from Marymead’s MULCH onsite. MULCH is a horticultural social enterprise supporting adults with disability to engage in a productive urban farm. They will have a community stand on-site with their participants selling colourful potted tulips.

A Taste of Spring is on Saturday 14th September 7.30am – 11.30am.