Warm up and stock up at The Pantry Market | Winter Editions
Beat the chill this winter with immune-boosting and warming foods
Warming soups, healing herbs, immune-boosting spices and a feast of comfort foods. The Pantry Market at Keyes is gearing up to celebrate the restorative power of food with its Winter Editions.
The market, which launched in March at Rosebank’s art and design district, Keyes Art Mile, has hit a sweet spot with Joburg foodies. Taking place on the last Saturday morning of every month, the eco-friendly and plastic-free event specialises in small-batch, artisanal food products for you to take home and stock your pantry with.
From the June edition, which takes place on Saturday 30 June, the market will spill out into the streets to meet the demand for more vendors. Visitors will now be able to enjoy the winter sun while sipping, snacking, sampling, shopping and enjoying the resident DJ’s feel-good tunes.
From June to August, The Pantry Market will be packed with everything you need to get through the winter season intact. Top Johannesburg chefs will be creating their signature soups for you to enjoy at home. Fresh, organic winter produce including healing herbs and export-grade citrus will be available, along with wholesome grains, authentic Durban curry powders, organic dairy, a range of immune-boosting spices and raw honey.
Of course, winter is all about indulging, and there will be a feast of comfort foods to take home, including breads, cheeses, charcuterie, free-range lamb, macaroons, chocolate and pies.
If you’re feeling the chill onsite you’ll be able to warm up with locally roasted coffee, hot chocolate, freshly made crepes, decadent pastries, Palestinian pies, hearty bowls and more, while you shop.
One of the highlights of The Pantry Market is the talks programme. Each month visitors can attend a free food-related talk by an industry expert. Topics include ethical eating, reducing your plastic-use, plant-based diets, and more. The upcoming talk, on 30 June at 10h30, will be by Kate Wittstock, owner of Restraw reusable straws, who, ahead of the #PlasticFreeJuly campaign, will discuss how to reduce your use of single-use plastics.
Join us from 9am-2pm on Saturday 30 June at 21 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank