Farmer’s Market in Delft

Going to the Farmer’s Market on Saturday in Delft is one of my favorite things do to. Nowadays I am very busy so I do not get the chance to go that often, which makes going to the market even more of a treat. In this post I want to give you a photo impression of the Farmer’s Market in Delft.

vis salmon fried fish kibbeling
Chris and I love to go to the market around lunch and have ourselves some kibbeling, a Dutch fried cod specialty. Now I know I just said in my #personal post that I was going to eat healthier. And I am. But, I believe in everything (or at least most things) in moderation. A ratio of 80% healthy and 20% indulging would be perfect. Currently I am nowhere near here. I’d like to say that it is a work in progress! And a day out to the Farmers Market (something we do at most once a month) falls in the ‘20%’ category. Too much yummy food haha!

handsome fruit picking fruit
I also like to stock up on fruit when we are at the market. You can get really cheap and fresh fruit here. Be aware though: if you buy fruit that is really cheap, it is most likely also really ripe. I personally like buying ripe fruit: it gives me an excuse to eat as much of it as I want, because ‘otherwise it will go bad’ haha!

stroopwafel caramel waver
You got to have desert when you go to the Farmer’s Market! Stroopwafels (caramel wavers), also a Dutch specialty, taste the best when they are fresh and hot! If you are not from The Netherlands and are not familiar with these heavenly cookies I definitely recommend you to check them out if you are ever here! You might even enjoy them more than that green substance my country is known for!

 With Love,

Elise Mooijman

One Response to Farmer’s Market in Delft

  1. Looks like a great time! I love Delft, but have not been around when the Farmer’s Market is set up. I love kibbling too, but Herring with always be my favorite!! Thanks for sharing, hope you enjoyed your day!

    Much Love,
    -Stephanie Eva
    http://www.stephanieheva.blogspot.com

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