More than fruits and vegetables. That’s one of the best Farmers’ Market of the Luberon. Once, just when I needed onions most, there were none to be sold. A guy told me to wait for a while and came back with the so needed veggies, freshly picked.
It has to offer, fruits, veggies and so much more : herbs, plants and flowers, oysters you can eat on the spot with a glass of white wine, Martine’s beautiful figs, lips balms, essential oils and hydrosols from Les herbes nues, made with wild herbs just a few miles away, the last local news you wouldn’t want to miss, non malicious gossips, philosophical questions to debate, useful tips and last but not least, remedies so awful you just feel better in a sec not having to take them. Enjoy !
Late October, no tourist around, fewer market stalls and some happy wanderers hungry to enjoy what the season has still to offer. Enjoy what’s given and this shall last all Winter, this market being a dream market.
On this cold grey morning, we discussed the weather with no fuss and some expressed the need for rest. We talked about biodynamic and water-wise vegetable gardens. We talked about earth balance. Small “e” Yes. The earth we need to grow our veggies. For effective grounding, you may need to pay a visit to the Farmers’ Market.
Saint-Martin de la Brasque
South-east of the Luberon mountain
Every Sunday from early May to late September