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St. George’s Market: Another Feast for Your Eyes!

February 6, 2013

After celebrating Sunday Mass at St. Malachi’s Church, we walked the short distance to check out St. George’s Market nearby. Yes, we went to 2 markets within the span of 3 hours – not very good for both my wallet and my tummy.

St. George’s Market seems to have everything, from cakes…

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… to jams and chutneys…

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… to your local friendly butcher…

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… to a giant plate of paella and chorizo that were calling my name …

Paella

Paella

Grilled chorizo

Grilled chorizo

… to what seems to be a staple of European food: Olives and cheese…

MORE olives!

MORE olives!

CHEESEEE!

CHEESEEE!

… and they even have yarns and love potions!

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Love potions, anyone?

Love potions, anyone?

The best part of the afternoon? The cup of latte from Javaman plus the grilled Polish sausage on a bed of sauteed onion served in a bun! Lunch couldn’t get anymore satisfying than this!

Lunch

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