by lisa | 18 February 2013 11:21
My favorite farmer’s market takes place on Tuesday and Friday mornings down in Zürich. I don’t get the chance to go very often because I’m usually working. I went for the first time last summer and fell in love with it. I was off all last week, so of course, I planned a trip to the market.
As usual, they had beautiful vegetables.
I was thrilled to find not one, but two varieties of kale. I came away with some dinosaur kale and some regular curly kale.
They only have meat on Friday so that’s when I scheduled my shopping. I wanted to try out some new things and knew I’d be able get them there. We eat a lot of pork and beef, but I wanted to experiment with some wild game meat.
I came away with wild boar entrecote, rabbit legs, chicken livers and venison fillet. I am determined to find a way to like liver! I’ll be sharing recipes soon for venison in a delicious rich sauce and rabbit stew. The farmer at the stand was really helpful and gave me tips on how to cook my wild boar and venison.
Here’s a look at my haul from the market.
Here’s a look at my gorgeous game meat. The total cost for the meat was 96 Swiss francs (about 100 US dollars).
Now I just have to figure out how to cook it all!
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