‘Flavours of the World’ at Comber Farmers’ Market

Comber Farmers’ Market will showcase international flavours from around the world created by local producers on Thursday 3 May, St Mary’s Parish Church, Comber, 9.00am – 1.00pm.

 Joining the market this month will be Chef Jasper Castell on the Big Green Eggs to demonstrate just how to cook add an international twist to the ingredients available at the market, and he will be joined by students from SERC, also demonstrating how to use local produce to create global culinary masterpieces.

 At the award winning market you will find all these tasty global treats locally made.  Hills Mixtape Ice Coffee is made with Irish milk and ethically sourced Indonesian coffee beans, La Dolce Via fresh pasta and sauces are cooked by an Italian who has made his home on the North Coast, Amberline Preserves will have Polish sauerkraut and Korean Kimchi produced with fruit and veg from local fields.  Mange Tout will sell their  delectable French patisserie made from local ingredients, Indie Fude have a variety of Irish cheeses that are internationally influenced, Tom and Ollie bring a mix of Mediterranean tapas and Greek olives  and Doh Naughty has savoury donuts influenced by flavours of the world.

 Traders at the market will have the very finest array of meats, fruit and vegetables, jams and chutneys, home baked goods and breads, cheeses, speciality teas, sauces and syrups, seasonal plants, chocolate, free range eggs, granola, raw Jersey milk and more – all produced in Northern Ireland.

 Alderman Deborah Girvan who helps to run the market on behalf of Comber Regeneration Community Partnership is thrilled that the market continues to grow in popularity with more and more visitors attending every month.

“Comber is indeed the ‘Home of Great Taste’ and is establishing a reputation for being a top foodie destination.  The market provides a platform for local producers to showcase the very best local produce, some of which includes flavours from around the world.  We want to show visitors to Comber Farmers’ Market on Thursday 3 May that a fusion of local and global can create dishes that will tantalise the taste buds.”

 Comber Farmers’ Market is held on the first Thursday of every month in the car park at St Marys Church in Comber Square from 9am to 1.00pm.  Car parking can be found at Parkway on Killinchy Street or in 1st Comber Presbyterian car park on High Street.