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Shital Pickle & Spice at the Boeremark

Shital Pickle & Spice at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Shital Pickle & Spice at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-01 08:35 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/4.5
Exposure time 1/15 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 18mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

My wife and I found Shital at the Pickle & Spice stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

Shital has a looovely range of curries, spices, and a delicious range of prepared Indian foods. Their smells are mouth watering so it’s hard to get away from her stall without adding something of hers to your shopping bag.

You can contact Shital on 074 311 3426.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Sharoma 02 at the Boeremark

Sharoma 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Sharoma 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-01 08:02 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/5
Exposure time 1/60 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 18mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the second in a series of two photographs that I took of Christine at the Sharoma stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

Christine has a pharmaceutical background and has been making numerous creams and soaps for a number of years. She uses natural ingredients to make her products. If you ask her why she has used a particular ingredient she will give you an in depth explanation. A friendly person with a wealth of knowledge regarding her products.

You can contact Christine at Sharma by clicking here, or you can call her on 083 281 8240.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Sharoma 01 at the Boeremark

Sharoma 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Sharoma 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-01 08:00 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/5.6
Exposure time 1/80 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 52mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the first in a series of two photographs that I took of Christine at the Sharoma stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

Christine has a pharmaceutical background and has been making numerous creams and soaps for a number of years. She uses natural ingredients to make her products. If you ask her why she has used a particular ingredient she will give you an in depth explanation. A friendly person with a wealth of knowledge regarding her products.

You can contact Christine at Sharma by clicking here, or you can call her on 083 281 8240.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Bean 2 Cup 02 at the Boeremark

Bean 2 Cup 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Bean 2 Cup 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-01 07:28 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/5.6
Exposure time 1/25 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 38mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the second in a series of two photographs that I took of the Bean 2 Cup stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

They are early birds and often set up their stall before 05:00 on Saturday mornings. So, If you want a great cup of coffee or cappuccino to get you going first thing in the morning, come and get your cuppa here. On those cold winter and chilly spring mornings there’s nothing to beat there coffee to get you going.

You can contact Angela at Bean 2 Cup by clicking here, or you can call her on 083 468 3208.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Bean 2 Cup 01 at the Boeremark

Bean 2 Cup 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Bean 2 Cup 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-01 07:23 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/4
Exposure time 1/15 sec.
ISO speed ISO-100
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 18mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the first in a series of two photographs that I took of the Bean 2 Cup stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

They are early birds and often set up their stall before 05:00 on Saturday mornings. So, If you want a great cup of coffee or cappuccino to get you going first thing in the morning, come and get your cuppa here. On those cold winter and chilly spring mornings there’s nothing to beat there coffee to get you going.

You can contact Angela at Bean 2 Cup by clicking here, or you can call her on 083 468 3208.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Apple Tree Organic Farm 02 at the Boeremark

Apple Tree Organic Farm 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Apple Tree Organic Farm 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-15 07:22 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/8
Exposure time 1/100 sec.
ISO speed ISO-800
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 34mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the second in a series of two photographs that I took at Sheila’s’ Apple Tree Organic Farm stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

I like the fact that their chickens are really Free Range. Among other things, they are allowed to run around outdoors – and could even get rained on if they are not taken inside. They are also not given growth hormones and the plethora of antibiotics that are given to battery chickens.

Another nice feature when buying from Apple Tree Organic Farm stall is their printed newsletter they put with your purchase, as you can see in the photograph of Sheila in action. There are usually short, interesting articles about an experience/happening on their farm during the past week. Also recommendations to places they might have eaten out at, ways to save money, recipes, ideas for useful projects around the house and on the back page they have a price list of their produce. A really cool idea!

You Can contact Sheila on 073 257 5610 if you have any questions about their product range or to place an order with them.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Apple Tree Organic Farm 01 at the Boeremark

Apple Tree Organic Farm 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Apple Tree Organic Farm 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-15 07:26 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/8
Exposure time 1/100 sec.
ISO speed ISO-800
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 29mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the first in a series of two photographs that I took at Sheila’s’ Apple Tree Organic Farm stall at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

I like the fact that their chickens are really Free Range. Among other things, they are allowed to run around outdoors – and could even get rained on if they are not taken inside. They are also not given growth hormones and the plethora of antibiotics that are given to battery chickens.

One of the nice feature when buying from Apple Tree Organic Farm stall is their printed newsletter they put with your purchase, as you can see in the photograph above. There are usually short, interesting articles about an experience/happening on their farm during the past week. Also recommendations to places they might have eaten out at, ways to save money, recipes, ideas for useful projects around the house and on the back page they have a price list of their produce. A really cool idea!

You Can contact Sheila on 073 257 5610 if you have any questions about their product range or to place an order with them.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Feroz Spices 02 at the Boeremark

Feroz Spices 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Feroz Spices 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-15 08:16 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/5.6
Exposure time 1/1600 sec.
ISO speed ISO-800
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 18mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the second in a series of two photographs that I took of Feroz at his spice and herb stand at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

I think herbs and spices ooze from every part of Feroz’ being. I found it quite fascinating listening to him chat to my wife about the many health benefits of eating various herbs and spices. My wife has a good understanding about this subject, but Feroz knew more.

Feroz is a very pleasant man to do business with and I recommend you get to the Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) early on a Saturday morning and visit his stall.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Feroz Spices 01 at the Boeremark

Feroz Spices 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Feroz Spices 01 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-15 08:16 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/5.6
Exposure time 1/1600 sec.
ISO speed ISO-800
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 34mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the first in a series of two photographs that I took at Feroz’ spice and herb stand at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

I think herbs and spices ooze from every part of Feroz’ being. I found it quite fascinating listening to him chat to my wife about the many health benefits of eating various herbs and spices. My wife has a good understanding about this subject, but Feroz knew more.

Feroz is a very pleasant man to do business with and I recommend you get to the Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) early on a Saturday morning and visit his stall.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.

Die Braaipan (The Frying Pan) 02 at the Boeremark, Pretoria

Die Braaipan 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

Die Braaipan 02 at the Boeremark. © 2015 John Golden. All rights reserved

 

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Date Taken 2015-08-15 07:09 AM
Camera NIKON D3200
F-stop f/8
Exposure time 1/40 sec.
ISO speed ISO-1600
Exposure bias 0 step
Focal length 28mm
Flash mode No flash
Mount Hand held

 

This is the second in a series of two photographs that I took at “Die Braaipan” (The Frying Pan) stall on this occasion at the Boeremark (farmer’s market), Silverton, Pretoria.

Here is Esbe Strydom from Die Braaipan at the Boeremark, Silverton, Pretoria. She makes delicious “vetkoek” (I think you call them fat-cakes in English) while you wait. Vetkoek and mince seem to be the favorite for most people. Many take plain ones home where they then add their own stuffing.

Since my wife and I are vegetarians they offered us looovely vetkoek with cheese and jam filling. I don’t think that it is the healthiest food to eat, but it was oh so delicious. To place an order you can call Esbe on 076 854 3495.

You can read more about, and see more images of the Die Boeremark (The Farmer’s Market) in Pretoria east by browsing through this website and on my John Golden Photography website.


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