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The Palms Market, Woodstock — 24 Comments

  1. Looks like a beautiful place, Tandy. Is a shame I’m this far away 😉
    Giovanna sharing the blog ♥ Añadamos vida a los días cuando no podamos agregar días a la vidaMy Profile

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    • Hopefully one day you will get to visit 🙂

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  2. Now that is an awesome looking market!

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    • Thank you yummychunklet 🙂

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  3. What a wonderful market, Tandy!!
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    • thanks Kate, it is 🙂

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  4. Now that looks like the perfect market to browse slowly through so as not to miss anything! The pancakes and waffles would be the first table I’d hit!
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    • It is a perfect place to spend a fair bit of time at indeed 🙂

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  5. Loved the photos. Chocolate and strawberry pancake would also be my first choice. Yummy. 🙂
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    • It was soooo sweet I could not even have a bite 🙂

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  6. This market definitely warrants another visit Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy
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    • I will have to make a plan Mandy 🙂

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  7. Palm markets sound like such an incredible place with diverse range – quite a culinary dream 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
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    • I am sure you have a few in Sydney that are the same 🙂

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  8. Looks amazing. I went to the Old Biscuit Mill for the first time last week and was impressed although I think the Stellenbosch market is my favourite because there is a lady there who sells the most fantastic German cakes! It’s such a shame the markets here in Jo’burg aren’t of the same standard although I have noticed a big improvement in the last year or so.
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    • Have you been to the Market at the Market Theatre Complex in JNB? I have been told it is good. I find the Biscuit Mill and Stellenbosch very crowded, but that is because they are so popular 🙂

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      • No I must admit I haven’t been to Market on Main but hear good things about it. The Biscuit Mill people have set up a market in JHB which sells good produce but the location (in a car park) isn’t the best. I do like to go to Bryanston Organic Market from time to time as the meat is amazing and to the Pretoria Boeremark just because it is so cheap.
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        • I used to go to the Bryanston Market often when I lived there. I don’t like car park markets 🙂

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  9. I have been meaning to go to this market ever since I heard about it. What puts me off about some markets are the huge crowds. Happy to know that this is a spacious market. You give such a nice detailed description from your point of view. Love this post Tandy. Thanks.
    ps. I would really recommend the Cape Malay culinary courses, I went and it was a blast. 🙂

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    • thanks for the comment Ana – we will definitely do the cooking course. Let me know what you think of the market please 🙂

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  10. What a stunning market…they really are creative in SA..Here in France the once a week market is full of fresh produce but they look the same as 10/20 years ago…no one gets creative!!

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    • but, at least you have access to fresh produce which is unique at this market 🙂

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  11. Looks like a cool market. It only just occurred to me that Turkish Delight is made from pomegranate juice:)
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    • it is a great market!

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