Wandering Cooks Urban Produce Market
South Brisbane's foodie hub will be serving up pastries, produce and bites to eat.
Wandering Cooks has already tempted Brisbanites' tastebuds plenty of times. From Saturday, August 22, the South Brisbane foodie hub is going to shake up your Saturday morning shopping routine, too. For the first time, the venue is launching an urban produce market — and it'll be running from 7am–1pm weekly.
That means that you'll be able to start each and every weekend with artisanal pastries from the Tweed Valley's beloved The Bread Social and a coffee by Small Batch Roasting, then fill your basket with fruit and vegetables. Thai Hoa Grocer, Neighbourhood Farm, The Falls Farm, Little Acre Mushrooms and Spring Lakes Farm are just some of the names that'll be slinging their wares, ready to help fill your fridge.
You'll also be able to pick up some zero-waste preserves and and ferments, which have been made using market produce leftovers, as well as excess backyard and farmer offerings.
And, if buying food instantly makes you hungry, save some post-pastry room for a bite to eat onsite — potato hash with slow-roasted hogget, mint jelly, carrot relish and dressed greens is just one of the dishes that'll be available.
In line with current safety requirements, inly 100 shoppers will be allowed in at a time — so arriving early is recommended.
The Wandering Cooks Urban Produce Market takes place from 7am–1pm every Saturday from August 22.