Fellowship Report: A Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the US

Fellowship Report: A Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the US

We are delighted that Melbourne Farmers Markets Business Manager, Prudence Rothwell has recently finalised her Fellowship Report, a Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the United States: programs, regulations and emerging opportunities for the Australian...
Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School from Winter Melbourne Farmers Markets is delighted to announce that the Coburg Farmers’ Market has found a new home and will be relocating to Coburg Primary School (92 Bell Street, Coburg 3058) from Saturday 2...
Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

By Nicholas Kennedy, Communications Volunteer at Melbourne Farmers Markets. Nuts are something of a fascination to me and right now we’re in the thick of the season. As far as their place within the grand food kingdom, there’s nothing quite like them. Savoury or...
Up your leftover game with some further tips and tricks- LFHW #5

Up your leftover game with some further tips and tricks- LFHW #5

Welcome! This is a series of 5 blogs bringing to you the take-outs of workshops hosted by Melbourne Farmers Markers in collaboration with Fair Food Challenge, Youth Food Movement and Leftover Lovers with the support from Sustainability Victoria and The University of...
Alphington Farmers’ Market and Cooking Workshop

Alphington Farmers’ Market and Cooking Workshop

Hosted by Darebin Backyard Harvest Festival and Melbourne Farmers Markets Welcome the start of Winter with a guided tour through the accredited Alphington Farmers’ Market with the affable and talented Lynton Tapp of Leftover Lovers, media personality, chef, television...
LOVE FOOD HATE WASTE- WORKSHOP #3

LOVE FOOD HATE WASTE- WORKSHOP #3

No more boring sandwiches! Making awesome lunches to bring to uni Feeling tired of the same old lunches? The food options at Uni seem a bit boring? Not confident in making some kick-ass food? The Youth Food Movement has some tips for you! Welcome! This is a series of...
Warm up this winter with bone broth

Warm up this winter with bone broth

Winter is coming! And we all know how chilly it gets here in Melbourne ­– I’m always looking for delicious ways to warm up. There’s been a lot of talk about bone broth and it’s wonderful healing properties, so with the cold weather and flu season just around the...
Love Food Hate Waste- Workshop #2

Love Food Hate Waste- Workshop #2

How to set up a waste free kitchen and pantry How often do you feel that ‘Yes! We need to not be so wasteful, buy sustainably and local… but I’m a poor uni student and can’t afford this… this… and this…’? Well read on for some easier, sustainable AND cheaper (yasss)...
Sweet potato and fennel soup

Sweet potato and fennel soup

You’ve probably noticed sweet potato has started to pop up at your local markets in the last few weeks. Try pairing sweet potato with the sweet flavours of fennel for a bowl of soup to warm up any chilly winters day. * Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time:...