06:30 am - 11:00am
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It’s our twilight market and it’s fun, bring your torches, and make this your Christmas Shopping night.
19th December 2015
2 – 7pmLearn More
The Moggill Market is a delight to all the senses… feasting your eyes on the brightly coloured fresh vegetables and fruit, the entertaining jazz music playing in the background, tasting all the international flavours – however, nothing quite compares with the aroma wafting from the Langos stall. The smell of freshly baked dough and garlic are a temptation few people can resist. Langos are deep-fried Hungarian ‘donuts’ (flat bread) made from flour, yeast, salt and water; and available as sweet and savoury varieties. These days they are deep-fried, however traditionally langos were made in a brick oven close to the flames, which is where the name comes from, as ‘lang’ means ‘flame’ in the Hungarian language. Hungarian couple Maria and Tamas serve plain langos, with savoury toppings, or sweet with sugar and cinnamon. Langos are a popular traditional market food in Hungary. Options for sale at Moggill Market are: meat lovers, plain with garlic, pizza flavour, sour cream & cheese; or sugar with cinnamon. Let the delicious smell tempt you next time you visit the market! See here for more Market News, About Us, or Our...Learn More
Like all the stallholders who attend the Moggill Market, Sharon is very passionate about her fresh produce, and proud to sell locally-grown quality produce. As her business name suggests, Sharon is from Stanthorpe. Sharon drives up from Stanthorpe each market day with her son Jett, who helps her on the stall. They also have a regular stall at The Gap Farmers’ Market. Their 88-acre farm is located at Severnlea, an outlaying area of Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt region. Sharon, together her husband David, and two sons Jett and Ty, have been farming at Severnlea for 18 years. The farm grows seasonal produce including snow peas, tomatoes, pumpkin, leek and salad mixes. In addition to their produce, they also sell produce other local Stanthorpe farms including cauliflowers, eggplant, carrots, brussel sprouts, and whatever else is currently in season. Sharon has recently added a variety of legumes to her range of products; with locally-grown red, yellow and green lentils, chick peas, and faba beans – all available on her stall. Next time you visit Moggill Market make sure you pop by and say hello to Sharon and Jett, and check out their new colourful legume selection. Their stall is located near the main entrance, opposite the ever-popular coffee stall. For details about other stallholders at Moggill Market, visit Our Farmers page. Visit our News page for other market...Learn More