One Day One World Project: 09:00 – 10:00

the food market

A food and drink festival is held in Ludlow twice a year. In spring and autumn. In addition a regular outdoor market is held every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; a local produce market twice a month on a Thursday and sometimes there is a craft market on a Sunday. I have posted some of the window displays for the festivals, now let’s take a look at some of the stalls:

Cheese

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I quite like a “Mojito” cocktail. Preferably in a glass.

Sausages, Sausage Rolls and Pies

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Even those delightful heart-shaped boards can be bought from the market.

Eggs

Plenty of eggs to go around.

Jams and Preserves

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and with so many jams and chutneys you are spoiled for choice.

…so many other delights

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So drink up…

buy British…

buy-british

and your local market!

Lisa of the blog NorthWest Frame of Mind has decided to run a different project over the next 24 weeks. To try to show what is happening in different parts of the world (if you all join in) at a particular time of day. If you would like to participate you have until next Saturday midnight to post a photo or write about what is happening in your part of the world.   This week is between 09:00 – 10:00.  I hope you’ll join in! See links for more details.

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Heyjude

I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

35 thoughts on “One Day One World Project: 09:00 – 10:00”

  1. Yay! We both went to the market today!!! So much food 🙂

    I’m thinking cheese with a fresh baguette and some of that jam/chutney. It would go so well with the Squash soup I have on the stove right now.

    Damn, I’m hungry.

    1. Mmmm.. sounds delish! What do you put in your squash soup then? I adore butternut squash and have a couple of recipes – one based on chilli, the other with coconut milk, both very tasty. It’s the one thing I do like about the colder months – home-made soup and stews!

      1. Me too! I start nesting 🙂

        This is a new recipe I’m trying for the first time. It’s like a very hearty stew with ham and split-peas. I think it’s going to be really good.
        Normally I just make a pureed squash and apple soup. Or stuffed squash … and yes, squash chili. Yum.

  2. I’ll trial that Mojito cheese for you, if you like, Jude? 🙂 It’s just about wine time and I’m sure I’ve got some nice crackers. Come on over!

    Sydney planning all falling into place? Bet you’re getting excited. I am and I’m not even going! It’ll be lovely to meet Meg, too. 🙂

    1. Wine open here Jo, a lovely New Zealand Sav blanc – can’t wait to get there and try some more! I’m still working on being able to meet up with Meg, hope I can do so, she is an amazing woman.

  3. Your photos belong in a magazine Jude, I love the special effects on some of them. I’ve never heard of mojito cocktail cheese I have to say, nor spag bol cookies! Did you try them? This looks like a food festival extraordinaire 🙂

    1. Perhaps I should be more adventurous with the cheeses, but I’ll leave the spag bol cookies to the dogs! What I really want to know is what are Grampy’s F and Peas???

  4. I wouldn’t mind a morning prowl around this market – although I’ll pass on marmite mice! I need to stock up on chutney though – and eggs are wonderfully photogenic. I love the surprise of your treated photos – in this case the olives.

    (I missed your second Autumn Leaves post – keeps telling me “page not found”)

    1. That’s odd – page not found error – as I haven’t renamed the post or anything. Can you see it now?

      The olive stall is one of my favourites 🙂 and I wanted to demonstrate the different greens.

  5. Markets are one of my favourite places to search out when ever I am in a new place Jude and this looks like a really good one. So many different and tempting products

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