We are back this week with a mini market. We are open 51 weeks a year, so our farmers & traders don’t get much of a rest at any other time. Quite a few of them will be off this week as well, but will be returning from next week onwards.
We can’t go leaving you with bare cupboards, so this week we will have veg, fruit, fish, eggs, milk, bread, store cupboard refills, home refills, vegan, olives, sausage rolls, children’s clothes, images & framing service, and free lunch! Yes, you read that correctly, Jerky Fridays say “We know January can be difficult for some people, so to give back and to thank everyone for their support over the years, we will give you a FREE serving of rice & peas, jerk chicken, callaloo, and fried plaintains.” One serving per person, while stocks last, obviously!
Also, there have been all sorts of rumours flying round Palace about the Haynes Lane Market closure. We can confirm the food market, The Store Cupboard and Roots and Cycles are staying open as usual.
Jerky Fridays – chef Patsy
Hot Lunch -Jerky Fridays
Vegan lunch – Return to Shashamane Pick and mix, hot and cold vegan lunchmade by Emilia.
Hot snacks – Ricochez Hot from the oven, or frozen in packs to take home.
Visiting food stalls
Vegan cheese – Palace Culture
Olives – Yellow Sunshine Plus marinated garlic, artichokes and more.
Children’s clothes – Y Kairos Sweet little hats, leggings, coats and more, made by Snezana.
Original illustrations – Images Delmar Dylan sells original illustrations and also runs a picture framing service.
Beauty products – Flore Natural Natural organic beauty products made by Flore.
Candles – Kairos Moon Colourful aromatherapy candles, also in the Roots and Cycles walkthrough.
Cakes – Brett and Bailey. Away this week, back on the 18th.
Pastries – Levain Bakery Pastries, Portuguese custard tarts, doughnuts.
Storecupboard refills – The Store Cupboard Anna says “It’s finally happening! Coffee beans (whole or ground) available at the Store Cupboard. Bring your own favourite coffee container and we fill it up by weight.
We are so excited and proud to bring a carefully selected coffee bean to the Store Cupboard that ticks all the right boxes: Organically and sustainably grown by a small farm in Honduras. Roasted in collaboration with The Tate Roastery (Tate Modern Gallery), who is supporting women in the coffee industry and gender equality. Supplied and roasted by local business, “The Coffee Man” Neil from @bd_chocolate – we get it from him freshly roasted. We have a grinder and the roast is appropriate for all brewing methods. Let us know how you enjoy your coffee and we grind it for you. We’re looking forward to hear what you think.
Cheese & charcuterie – Capo Caccia Away this week, back next week.
Fresh pasta – Pasta di Grazia Away this week, back on the 18th.
Smokery – London Smoke & Cure
Bread – Levain Bakery All breads are sourdoughs and are made using their own sourdough starter, a labour of love which they have kept going since they first started the bakery. Find Kuba on the bread stall in the courtyard.
Bakery & pastries – Bread Bread Top-notch wood-fired sourdough bread and pastries, made in Brixton.
Natural wines – Wine Scouts Pedro is away until February.
Produce this week
Butter & other dairy – Hook & Son Organic dairy from farmer Steve’s closed herd on the Pevensey Levels.
Eco products & refills – Roots & Cycles Eco products and refill washing liquids, shampoo, castille soap and more. Becks says “We now have essential oils for refill. Bring your bottles, we’ve got the labels .” Also open Wednesday & Thursday (2-7pm) and Sunday (11am-4pm).
News From Crystal Palace – we love this local news page from our friend, journalist Jerry Green.
Save Central Hill Community – support our neighbours & find out more about the proposed demolition of the estate, and how it would everyone in the area.
Our neighbours – Antenna Studios Music, dance, performances, practice, recording & more. Also loads of great classes and the best coffee in the Palace.
We are proud to be part of Crystal Palace Transition Town. Wondering who we are, what we do, or how you could get involved? Our blog section is a great place to start or this talk given by Joe Duggan, one of the co-chairs.