It was wet and windy and pretty horrible as we left the house. My daughter is up from London for a few days to celebrate her birthday next week and came with us. I wasn't sure that *any* of the market stalls would actually have set up in the weather.
We asked (as ignorant townies) how he could be sure they were double-yolked, and he told us that he could see using a light whether an egg held a single or double yolk.
We moved on to the lovely pork butcher's across the market place, where the lovely man from Redhill Farm was selling pork pies, bacon and ham among other things. We bought a pork pie and some of the ham, which was also eaten for brunch, along with mushrooms from the vegetable stall.
Among the other stalls we saw were the aforementioned fruit and vegetable stall, an artisan bread stall, a handmade toiletries stall, lingerie stall, flower stall, garden ornaments, bird food and pet requisites, hog roast stall. Here's hoping for better weather for next month's special market!