|Wild Oats, Wilderness|
|The organizers of Wild Oats Farmers Market|
|Sun, breakfast and my gorgeous nephews and niece|
|Pork pies made my Marye|
|Marye and her friend and their wonderful pies and sausage rolls|
The next booth that caught my eye was the Fresh Oyster booth. I think I trampled over a few people as I made a bee line for the oysters. I love oysters. My father and I once sat down and finished 100 oysters each in one sitting in Knysna. It was a great day and one of my most favorite memories of my Dad.
|Hynn Munro and his assistants|
|Just look at those beauties|
|More amazing oysters|
The next stop was at The Cheesecake booth. My brother informed me that Aidan makes the best cheesecake. I was skeptical. Everyone claims to have the best. My slice was cut and served.
|Aidan and his cheesecake|
Result? Ladies put away your toys because Aidan's cheesecake is all you need. It was incredibly creamy, silky, smooth. The lemon was not over powering and the flavors blended and melted in your mouth. It truly was a moment of bliss. Every bite was mind blowing. Worth the calories.
Next booth was the delightful Ms. Jules and her amazing chutneys, salsa and oils. This is when I really hate traveling as I want to bring so much home with me.
|The gorgeous Ms. Jules and her wares|
Next booth was Essene. Unfortunately I cannot remember the name of this wonderful lady who makes these breads, granola and muesli. I am very picky about my granola as I make my own and therefore mine is the best. This granola that I tasted would be the granola I would have in my pantry as a back up when mine ran out.
I was sad to leave, but if I stayed and visited more booths my brother would have had to roll me out of there. It was a wonderful day and spending time with my brother, nephews and niece made it perfect.