Jubilee Farmers Market in Truro

14 May

I’ve just been to the Daphne du Maurier Festival in Cornwall for work but had a day or so to myself so a friend and I took a trip to Truro via the Lost Gardens of Heligan (beautiful and well worth visiting). Going away involved lots of lovely restaurants and hotel and B&B breakfasts but after a while I started to crave something a bit simpler. Hey presto, we discovered the Jubilee Farmers Market in Truro with all sorts of lovely ingredients for a picnic.

We bought local apple juice, a wholemeal loaf that we asked the baker to slice for us, basil and garlic olives, tomatoes, some delicious smoked stilton and mackerel pate with organic strawberries and handmade slab of dark chocolate to finish.

Prices weren’t incredibly cheap but the quality of the food was amazing so we gathered our wares and headed for the beach.


One Response to “Jubilee Farmers Market in Truro”

  1. Katie 14/05/2012 at 12:01 pm #

    Oh if only the weather was still with us today! I just stepped outside for a minute, planning to take a walk in the park, and it’s so cold and rainy I turned straight back around and came indoors again! I dressed VERY badly for this weather… Looks like you had a lovely time!

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