Market Table – January and February 2017

I’ve been extremely neglectful of my market-sharing duties recently, but am now back with a vengeance. Who says that winter food is boring? Since the beginning of January we’ve been scoffing on tasty soups, curries, desserts and even winter salads. There is an argument that whatever foods happen to be in season, naturally meet our needs … [Read more…]

Market Table – 21st May 2016

Summer is finally here in Zürich! We’ve had weeks of rain, which has been even harder to take when hearing about heatwaves and the like in Ireland… To take advantage of the dry weather, I hopped on my bike and cycled along the river to the Oerlikon market. It’s great seeing all the new summer-time … [Read more…]

Market Table – 23rd April 2016

Last Saturday, I popped down to the local market in Dietikon. It was a miserable day, and I forgot the camera, so I don’t have any pictures, but I did pick up a bunch of goodies! Here they are… There it is! The trout made a lovely Sunday dinner, we had a delicious starter with … [Read more…]

Market Table – 26th March 2016

Happy Easter!!!! I hope you’re celebrating in style with plenty of eggs of all varieties. For foodie inspiration, check out my recipes for quail’s eggs and hen’s eggs… As usual, our Saturday took as around the markets. Seeing as the weather was so glorious, we hopped on our bikes, filling the saddle bags with all … [Read more…]

Market Table – 19th March 2016

This Saturday we decided to go even more local, and visit the market in our town. We live in Dietikon, a suburb of Zürich surrounded by countryside and farms, and it has a farmers’ market every Wednesday and Saturday from 7am to 12pm. On Saturdays, there is a flea market too, so you can pick up your veg … [Read more…]

Market Table – 12th March 2016

On an extremely chilly Saturday in March my husband and I hit the Oerlikon market again, for our weekly drool-fest. We went wild on the vegetable front and purchased plenty of food for the week. Some of the items we bought weren’t things I would regularly cook, but that’s the appeal of the market. Everything … [Read more…]