This Saturday we welcome Boyes Bros to the market with their locally grown, traditional white quinoa. Quinoa seeds have an authentic nuttiness and colour, and are ideal in salads or as an accompaniment to cooked meats and vegetables. Heirloom tomatoes are still in season from Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes, and you’ll also find plenty of interesting organic heirloom and open-pollinated varieties of vegetables from Seven Springs Farm. Tasmanian Butter Co. will have their amazing cultured sea salted butter and are offering to butter your hot cross buns available from Manubread. Delicious Little Things have added some delicious little treats to their menu including vegetable pasties, scones and chocolate mousse, and for a limited time Turkish Tukka have a seasonal cherry tomato, red onion, herb & feta gozleme available. Lost Pippin returns to the market with their ciders and perry this week, and a pinch of, Avocado Moon, Lily Farm, Seven Sheds, Tamar Artisan Smallgoods, Thirlstane Gardens and Village Olive Grove will be at Harvest for their fortnightly visits. Yyan Ng will be entertaining the market crowd early in the morning followed by the Salsa Party dancers.