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Come to the Market and support the Tibetan Education Fund?

Did you know there are two stalls selling Tibetan food & produce at the Market every week?  One of them sells fresh made Tibetan dumplings also known as ‘Momos’ (yes, they are delicious) and the second one is right opposite and sells traditional Tibetan jewellery, books and accessories.

Ever since since 2012, the Market stall has raised funds to support Tibetan communities living both in Brisbane and in Tibet. The man behind this venture is Wanday Dondrup, a youngest son of a family that has gone through hardship to give their children better education and future. Wanday’s mission is to help achieve a better environment for Tibetan children to grow and develop. You can find out more about this man here.

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Pimientos de Padron

An old Spanish tradition has found its way to the Davies Park Market this season again!

PIMIENTOS DE PADRON are small green peppers (5-7 centimetres long) unique to Padron, a region of south west Galicia in north west Spain, around 22 kilometres from Santiago de Compostela. Galicia is famous for its green landscape, spectacular coastline, high rainfall and delicious organic products from both the sea and land.

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