I have been dropping by the fantastic Ramsgate Beach Foodie and Artisans Market over the past year or so. It is a very cute market, held in the grounds of Ramsgate Beach Public School. The market has a great range of food stalls, which vary week from week. Today there were three great fruit and vegetable stalls. Nashdale Organic Farm had a wonderful range – including some delicious bouquets of sweet peppery watercress. Other stalls include brasserie breads (it was very hard to choose between the roasted garlic bread – and the olive and rosemary bread), free range eggs, fresh pastas, a wonderful range of olives and olive oils, Hunter Valley beef, saltbush lamb – to mention a few! There are also some lovely arts and craft stalls, including the beautiful range at “Starnam” – I couldn’t resist the delightful bags (perfect for filling up with other market goodies), which are recycled in Vietnam from bags containing animal and fish feed! Another bonus is that the market is a short stroll from Ramsgate Beach – and Dolls Point, the perfect spot to mosey on down to and enjoy the seabreeze with a coffee and delicious home baked cake or pastry from the market. While the beach was a tempting option – I filled up my bike basket and rode home to make up some lovely impromptu tartines – inspired by the market produce to have in the garden, with a chilled glass of wine.