These olives are not for the birds

Since moving to Metung I have developed an absolute love of olives, particularly those from our local producer.  I have posted before about buying olives at the Metung market and on one occasion we purchased an olive tree from the stall holder.  The tree is of the species that produces these particular olives, Ligurian. We…

The Metung market again.

Last weekend was the monthly Metung Market.  It is six months since we were last at the market as we have been away and the market was cancelled last month because of inclement weather.  This time the weather was a little better and so we were able to catch up on the produce we usually…

Tea from Traralgon. . . .not what you would expect

Before I start this post I would like to direct you to a wonderful blog that I follow at Lorna’s Tearoom Delights.  After reading Lorna’s latest post on the different teas that she drinks I was prompted to do this post. At the Metung Markets recently I purchased some tea.  I  purchased it not because…

Metung Markets again

Today was Market Day in Metung.  I have written previously about our market.  Today the weather was a little better than when I last posted about the market so I took the opportunity to take a few pictures. If you click on some of the pictures it will take you to websites with more information…

Metung Markets

The second Saturday of the month means that the market will be on the village green at Metung.  We are so fortunate to live in a region that produces some of the finest produce in the state.  Today I bought some olives from Sunny Banks vineyard and olive grove.  We always buy our olives here….