BEN and Barbara Koudrinhave been bringing their ownunique tasty flavours to OberonFarmers’ Market – which will beheld again on Saturday in thegrounds of St Barnabas’ AnglicanChurch – since the event began.
Both are of Russian heritageand bake all their pastries and breads from family recipes goingback generations, from memoriesof the food they grew upwith, and sometimes throughword of mouth.
Among their best sellers aretheir cinnamon rolls and bagels,and their sourdough breads.
They begin baking a couple ofdays before the market to ensurethat everything is fresh and tastyon the day.
Ben said they wereapproached at the launch of themarket to join the enterprise andprovide a stall selling “old-fashionedpastry”.
“These were things we hadgrown up with and known all ourlives, so we just decided to do it,”Ben said.
“We meet lots of people thisway, and also find it very enjoyableand satisfying to know thatour customers are enjoying whatwe bake.”
Also available at Saturday’smarket will be local wines, jams and marmalades, soy and palmcandles, woodwork, ceramics, cakes, vegetables and poultry,pickles, alpaca products, piesand cakes, beading craft, truffleproducts, and tea and coffee.
The Market Tearooms willagain be open in the church hall,with a selection of teas and coffees,along with soup, devonshireteas, and a variety of homemadecakes and slices.
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