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Friday, 14 September 2012

#Adelaide Central Market Watch @MyCentralMarket 14.9.12



 

Fruit and Veg

Warm weather makes good for spring health kicks. Aubergines, S57, has all the ingredients for great salads. Locally grown, washed red and green oak lettuce and baby spinach leaves are $15kg, Lisbon lemons, grown at Wakerie and large kiwi fruit  are four for $2, top quality bananas are $2.99kg and sweet little pinapples are two for $6. Thompson's, S26/27, has all the apples for $2 kg and navel oranges are $1kg. M&M's, S13, has a great range of fresh herbs including basil, rosemary, dill, thyme and mint all for $2 bunch. Rally all broad bean lovers at the House of Organics, S34/35, they are in season and back in store, also the new season asparagus is the go for $2.50 per 100gms

 
Meat and seafood

With show week on , quick dinner meals are the go. O'Connell's Butcher has Vietnamese style thin-cut pork chops ( perfect for  Bai moan sach chrouk or Broken rice with grilled pork chop) $6.99kg, or the thicker style marinated in tequila and lime at the same price. Tony's gluten free gluten free snags are lean a spiced with black pepper $8.99kg. Samtass Seafoods freshly made marinara mix is loaded with prawns, scallops, mussels, squid and fish is $19.99kg and makes the perfect spaghetti marinara.

 
Special

The Yoghurt Shop, S67,  has a great new flavour, cranberry and shaved chocolate with their classic yoghurt. Jumbo tubs are $12.90 or two tubs for $22.90. Lucia's Fine Foods, WR3/4, made ricotta napoletana double cooked gnocchi this week,and the same gnocchi baked with pancetta, cream and fresh sage, $8.90 per- generous  tub.  Taste of Marrakech, S17, has an amazing range of delicious salads and pastries. The homemade samosas and curry puffs and gluten free  cauliflower balls are  all $3  plus  the GF masala fritters are yummy at $2.20 each  

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