One of the best things about France are the markets. Ever since I was a child, I always looked forward to Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday mornings and would wake up extra early to get ready. Discovering nature’s seasonal offerings, tasting honey and dried sausages, buying pottery and spices are all part of the gourmet carousel. Colours, smells, music, atmosphere – it’s the best way to buy food.
The market we most like in Médoc is the one in St-Vivien-de-Médoc. This small village is very charming, and the main square turns into a vivid market every Wednesday morning until noon. I love to choose my fruits and vegetables from local farmers – their produce is always seasonal and fresh. After going to the markets regularly, I know where to go for the best eggs, best foie gras, best sausages, best garlic. Everybody has something good to offer.
5 thoughts on “Market days”
I’m absolutely dying to visit France. Such gorgeous pictures.
I miss the French markets most of all! What a lovely blog you have, discovered through momfilter!
Thank you Maia – yes the French market are so much fun.
just discovered your blog – love it, great pics, your are stunningly beautiful – all the best from Austria
Thank you so much Sabin! Warm regards from Médoc!