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Saturday, July 18 – the market will be filled with berries – currant, gooseberries, blueberries… and much more!

Even though the weather has not been very summery, the good news is that it is good for the growing fruits and vegetables. Get inspired about what to have for lunch at the Meat farm Lažiště stand, and get some Ossobuco, or veal with a hole, as the Italians call it. Juicy meat, cooked in some red wine in a covered pot. Have this with some Moravian wine from the Bukovský family, or beer from Hák’s steam brewery. What else could you wish for?

While you are browsing, you can listen to live music from Futur Swing Duo. We hope you enjoy it!

List of attendees:


Slaughterhouse Tismice – traditional Czech meat products, sausages, brawn, smoked meat and meatloaf in a bun

Turkey farm Brniště – fresh meat and meat products

Meat farm Lažiště – mature beef and pork from a farm

Grilled fish – from Pepa Grunt



Bio Farm Zedníček – milk, butter, sour cream, yoghurts, cream cheese

Milk Kopecký – goat’s and cow’s milk, yoghurt, goat, cow and sheep cheese



Farm Chouranice – free-range eggs

Eggs Kosičky – barn and free-range eggs



Tuchoraz orchard Apple Bohemia – apples, apricots, nuts, fresh apple juice, honey

Vegetables Dřísy – lettuce, herbs, vegetables from Polabí

Vegetables Malých – cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, salads, herbs

Vegetables Kloubských – cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, salads, herbs

Vegetables from Klárka – fresh vegetables, lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, apricots

Horticulture Němčičky – vegetables, cherries, gooseberry, currant, beans, poppy seeds

Fruit farm Košťál – cherries

Činčura blueberries – South Bohemian blueberries

Cherries from Litoměřice – cherries



Martin Hakl – bouquets, flowers for planting



Bakery Velíšek Kamenice – bread, baked goods, kolache



Cake shop Karlovy Vary – cream rolls, cream puffs, strudels and fantastic kolaches.

Traditional Slovakian pagáčky – with greaves, garlic, cabbage, olives, or tomatoes

T&T Old Bohemian treats – carrot cake, poppy rolls

Hořické trubičky – traditional tube-shaped dessert from Hořice



Angel flakes – hand-made raw sweet treats

Farm Úlovice – Czech horseradish, whole-wheat rye and spelt flour

A Scoop on Wheels – ice cream – with cream or fruit



Dřevotéka – kitchen utensils, games and toys made from wood in the Czech Republic



Fresh-Juices – fresh juice made from fruits and vegetables

Winery Winezone – Czech wines from Moravia

Hák’s steam brewery – bottled beer

Café Majada – coffee from a barista

Slovakian lokshe – lokshe, pagáčky


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