Kyneton Farmers Market and Bruschetta Recipe

It’s the weekend, yay! Perfect for heading off to a farmer’s market near you. The Kyneton Farmer’s Market is on the 2nd Saturday of the month, and that was yesterday, so off I trotted! After the crazy heat it was lovely to be out and about making the most of the cooler day. We bought our chooks here! The bird men sell all different types of hens and roosters, as well as ducks, peacocks and even little chick-a-dees (i think that’s what the little ones are called?!).

kyneton farmers market
kyneton farmers market organic produce
kyneton farmers market vegetables

Most of the farmers at the market are organic farmers and you can chose from an array of vegetables, herbs, meat and fruit, all seasonal and all yummy!

kyneton farmers market organic stone fruit
kyneton farmers market organic fruit

$5 bucks a kilo for organic stone fruit is amazing! cheap cheap cheap! We love that!

kyneton farmers market bread

Local Kyneton bread too, we couldn’t resist the multigrain sourdough. Thank you Jimbob bread!

kyneton farmers market lucerne
kyneton farmers market lucerne close up

kyneton farmers market goods

In the end I decided on the good old staples. Sourdough, tomato, basil, Thai basil, and coriander…. I’m off to make myself some delicious bruschetta for lunch.

My Bruschetta Recipe

bruschetta recipe

1 tomato
3/4 pieces multigrain sourdough slightly toasted
5-10 leaves of basil (depends how big your basil leaves are)
salt flakes
olive oil
balsamic vinegar

Chop – tomato into smallish squares and into a bowl
Roughly – chop up basil pop in with tomato
Sprinkle – a pinch or so of salt in with basil and tomato
Then – a good splash of olive oil and balsamic vinegar
Mix – gently
Pop – onto your toasted sourdough
Eat – immediately!


Oh, look I love the Daylesford Farmers Market and Ceres Farmers Market too!!


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