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Cuisine and craft as they are meant to be

Savoir Fayre Ltd, who for the last 18 years has brought you the French Markets, is now bringing the wider-ranging Flavours of the World grande tournée to the United Kingdom. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to have your senses beguiled as you absorb the market place's tradition of delving into, and embracing, top quality artisan-produced foods and craft products from around the world.

The next opportunity to be wowed by Savoir Fayre's touring markets will be at the Moseley's Flavours of the World market to be held in St Marys' Row, Moseley (B13 8JG) on Saturday, 17 March, 2018 from 9.00am until 5.00pm.

Entry to the markets is FREE.

The Flavours of the World - Moseley is part of Savoir Fayre's annual tour of the UK. Organisation begins each year when Savoir Fayre selectively invites only those traders who exhibit a suitable range of high quality and authentic goods for you to purchase.

In most of the stalls, you will find produce, products and craft prepared with the same skills, ingredients and recipes passed down through generations all around the world. The artists producing these goods hold precious their cultural, historic and culinary knowledge and so strive to maintain the authenticity of their product, so the merchandise in the marketplace will remain as a cultural institution.

To miss this market is to miss some exquisite taste sensations, future family heirlooms and personal luxuries. The stalls that will be trading on Moseley's Market Square and a small selection of their wares include:
La Baguette Croustillante – French bread, croissants, patisserie;
Terre et Mer – Tartiflette, garlic prawns;
Savon De Marseille – Over sixty fragrances of soap, essential oils, argan massage oil, pumice stones;
Paella Español – Saffron flavoured Spanish rice dish with vegetables, meat, chicken or seafood;
Jellies and Fudges – Candy, baklava, olives, olive oil, dry fruits and nuts;
Staffordshire Garden Furniture – Handmade garden furniture; and
Many, many more – take a look at the bottom of this page.
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Come along and check over a range of over fifty cheeses sourced from almost every region of France. There's delicious coffee, cured meats and sausages, furniture that will stand the test of time and essential oils to fill your life with pleasure. The pièce de résistance (well, for me anyway) is the on-site French bakery that permeates the air with the aromas of baking bread and pastries, Magnifique!

Where else in the UK can you try (and buy) authentic baguettes, croissants, warm chocolate bread and some delicious crunchy, airy walnut bread? Well, don't despair if you can't make it to Moseley. Savoir Fayre Ltd will be in your area at some time in the future. Some of the other events and venues you should look out for over this month alone are:
Continental Market and Vintage Tractor Rally, Bridgnorth (18 March);
East Finchley French Market and Friends, East Finchley (23 – 25 March);
Horncastle Flavours of the World Market, Horncastle (30 March); and
Woodhall Spa Flavours of the World, Woodhall (31 March).
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Come for the experience and make sure you don't miss out on Moseley's Flavours of the World check out Savoir Fayre's web, Facebook and Twitter pages. Or if you would like some more detailed information you can contact the organisers here or call on 0845 6490120 or email at:
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Why? Come and enjoy all the fun of the Fayre
When: Saturday, 17 March, 2018 from 9.00am until 5.00pm
Phone: 0845 6490120
Where: St Marys' Row, Moseley (B13 8JG)
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