Welcome Back, Farmer’s Market
by Gertrude Mann
To Market, To Market
For food fresh and tasty
Check us out, walk around,
No need to be hasty.
Please note: All purveyors ALWAYS wear masks. We asked them to remove them for a “happy to be back” smile. There is ample room in the new locale, 121 Marina Parking Lot with several new offerings. Gema and her delicious fresh mozzarella cheese with varieties such as burrata and Nata, is eager to offer samples. She features pesto, roasted tomatoes and onions, and wants us to know that the cheese is from a family business based in Coral Gables.
Yari is back for the third season bringing his famous mineral soaps and lotions from Jordan and the Dead Sea. He is enthusiastic about the salt scrub for the body and the face. My neighbor, Ina Broeman, popped over to Yari’s booth to say she’s used the body scrub for years and it is marvelous. Come for a free healing hand scrub and ask about the new products added by popular demand, an eye cream and both a night and day cream.
Mason of Mediterranean
Delights shows us his products, falafel, baba ganoush, basil and original hummus, Turkish olives, dates, cauliflower hummus with turmeric, and many other goodies. Le Petit Pain with baker Charles and assistant Maha. Charles loves his tarte tatin warmed up with ice cream. Jeffe with Samosa Mama says it has been a family business for over 80 years of authentic Indian food. The food is prepared in Fort Lauderdale in family kitchens. There is a tempting selection of Indian food bound to be a favorite stop.
The Market will be open next Monday November, 23 and Wednesday November, 25.
Add flavor to your holiday with something from the Market.