Freelance writing. Out of the urban clutter of the East and now situated on the Pittwater.
On Sunday 28th August, the Mt Eliza Markets are on again at the corner of Canadian Bay Road and Mt Eliza Way. This week there is something different to experience and great for the children to experience.
The only things missing here are smell, touch and taste. Yet you can do that when you venture out to buy your fresh organic produce this Sunday. You might also like to learn a new skill.
If you've ever milked a cow by hand, you might know how interesting the feeling is and how it really does take deft handwork to fill a container. If you've never milked a cow, even better. You may develop a different relationship with the fridge at the supermarket after this. AND butter making. I dont know about you, but I like to buy the organic butter which now graces our supermarket shelves, yet would feel that I had been transported back in time if I ever made my own butter. Although, some people do make the most divine herb butters. Ummm.
So if you're ready to experience that link with nature that is beyond the refrigerator door, make your way to the Mt Eliza Markets this Sunday morning. If you have children, take them. Take a camera and have a great giggle .
The cow milking and butter making will commence at 10am and run until 12pm. The farmers market begins at 9am and finishes at 1pm, so there is plenty of time to browse, wander, pick up provisions and enjoy.
The Mt Eliza Markets have a range of amazing organic, fresh fruits and vegetables. There's fresh pastas, seafoods and herbs. Delectable sweets and divine native flowers.