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ElsieD

ElsieD

In this same market, there are butchers, a place that sells olive oils and olives, a shop devoted to nothing but spices, eggs, charcuterie, maple syrup, more cheese, etc.  There are also places where you can grab a bite to eat, including a place that sells arepa, churro, empanadas and the like.  It is very diverse which is why we like to go once or twice a year.  We'd probably go more often but the traffic there is nuts, absolutely bonkers.  At the market we purchased the following items:

 

1 pound Scotch Bonnet peppers for hot sauce

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At the mushroom place we bought some fresh yellow foot chanterelles, wild mushroom oil, wild grape "balsamic" and wild mushroom vinaigrette.  At the olive oil store, we bought three different kinds of olives, not shown.  The last picture is of Portugese eggs tarts and canelles.  This place was next to the place that sold churros but we ate those before I remembered to take a picture.

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ElsieD

ElsieD

In this same market, there are butchers, a place that sells olive oils and olives, a shop devoted to nothing but spices, eggs, charcuterie, maple syrup, more cheese, etc.  There are also places where you can grab a bite to eat, including a place that sells arepa, churro, empanadas and the like.  It is very diverse which is why we like to go once or twice a year.  We'd probably go more often but the traffic there is nuts, absolutely bonkers.  At the market we purchased the following items:

 

1 pound Scotch Bonnet peppers for hot sauce

20191009_174836.jpg

 

At the mushroom place we bought some fresh yellow foot chanterelles, wild mushroom oil, wild grape "balsamic" and wild mushroom vinaigrette.  At the olive oil store, we bought three different kinds of olives, not shown.

20191009_174718.jpg

20191009_175200.jpg

ElsieD

ElsieD

In this same market, there are butchers, a place that sells olive oils and olives, a shop devoted to nothing but spices, eggs, charcuterie, maple syrup, more cheese, etc.  There are also places where you can grab a bite to eat, including a place that sells arepa, churro, empanadas and the like.  It is very diverse which is why we like to go once or twice a year.  We'd probably go more often but the traffic there is nuts, absolutely bonkers.  At the market we purchased the following items:

 

1 pound Scotch Bonnet peppers for hot sauce

20191009_174836.jpg

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