Marylebone


This morning Paul and I explored the neighborhood of Marylebone, noted for its Sunday farmers market.  This Sunday, however, was also the start of an annual summer “fayre,” so the market was especially vibrant, filled with people from all parts of Greater London selling their edible creations.  At nearly every station we had a sample, whether it be kebabs, oysters, or raspberry juice.

Walking to Marylebone, passing by a neat-looking church

The Marylebone Summer Fair, a giant farmers market filled with lots of nice people giving away samples of their food

The fair banner

I liked the name of the street

We sampled all kinds of locally produced snacks, like a goat cheese-filled tamale

Another view

Great pastries and breads

Another tasty view. Naturally we ate our way through the market.

Raspberry juice for 50 pence - great!

Pork!

Spinach, goat cheese, and feta burekas, filo dough delight from the Balkans

Huge pots of paella, meatballs, and jumbalaya

Amazing tamale

Feeling porky?

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