Thursday, 16 March 2017

Centennial Park, Taste of Sydney Festival

The Taste of Sydney Festival was held last weekend at Brazilian Fields, near Loch Avenue and Dickens Drive, in the centre of Centennial Park. This promotional display on the back of a ute for 666 Pure Tasmanian Vodka featured lemons, limes, tomatoes, chilli peppers and bottles of vodka in wooden barrels.

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  1. We are in the tail end of a snow storm. Can't wait for farmer's markets to open again!

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    1. We've been getting a bit of Autumn rain but the weekend was glorious.

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  3. Wonderful mix of sensations for the tastebuds.

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  4. superbe étalage de victuailles * quelles belles tomates assorties à la couleur de la voiture !

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    1. Yes, the red of the tomatoes and chillies in the red car really attract your attention.

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  5. That's a lot of vodka! Interesting combination. :)
    BTW, when I was growing up in the US and first heard the term "truck garden," I imagined it was something like in your photo. Only later I learned it really meant a farm where vegetables are grown for market.

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  6. Well that's a different sort of take for a produce truck stand.

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  7. Great shot of that truck and the veggies? ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Lovely Week ahead ~ ^_^

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