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Thursday Food takes you to Broadway Market today where on a perfect British summer Saturday afternoon we joined hundreds out in search of tasty fare, organic fruits, vegetables, meats and eggs sprinkled with just the right amount of camaraderie. We share highlights.
Marketing intern Alice Kata and film editor Stefan
Hornig, enjoying a brownie fudge. Both from Austria,
they are Broadway Market regulars.
Hairdresser Elise Queeley (foreground), whose family
hails from Portland, and insurance broker/commercial
claims handler Nichola Archibald, who also traces
her roots to Portland, examine olives.
Chef Collin Brown examines olives and olive oil at the
Broadway Market. (Photos: Garfield Robinson)
Artisan breads, apple strudels and sweet treats.
Smoked marlin on rye crackers with dill. (Photos: Garfield Robinson)
Sausages on the grill at Broadway Market.
Enjoying hot dogs from the German deli were Brazilians Sylvia Vaz and Joao Brasil, a film director, who shared
with Thursday Food that they have been enjoying the hot dogs every Saturday for the last three years.
Meats of varying cuts and weights.
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