The Market Shed on Holland

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I’m a big fan of markets. I love their friendly, buzzing atmosphere and I love supporting local businesses, especially producers. Turns out my Dad feels the same way. This morning we headed out for some father-daughter bonding foodie time at The Market Shed on Holland, the new kid on the Adelaide market block. The markets run every Sunday 9am-3pm in, funnily enough, a market shed on Holland Street (just behind the Gilbert Street IGA) and have a focus on wholefoods and organics. Some stallholders are permanent fixtures and some rotate through, keeping things fresh (pardon the pun) every week.

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Dad loved the quirky band and Mother and Sons bakery’s gorgeous display of crusty, delicious breads.

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I was a fan of the delish raw sweets and treats (my latest foodie obsession) offered by Bona Food, Raw Karma and Living Table.

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We came away with a bag full of deliciousness for our respective lunches that included a jar of olive tapenade, semi-sour baguette and custard tart (Dad) and a veggie Nori roll, drinking coconut, rosemary honey walnuts and a gluten and dairy-free chocolate slice (me).

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Ever the sweetheart, Dad grabbed a little jar of super sweet-smelling flowers and a custard tart to take home for Ma too.

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I’d probably recommend hitting up The Market Shed for brekkie or brunch and then buying stuff to take home too because there was so much Dad and I missed out on trying and too much to possibly limit to just one meal of the day! That’s my plan of action for next time, anyway!

Lxx

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