Yesterday, the monthly market in Chasseneuil-sur-Bonnieure took place. I went down to have a look around, but mainly to buy some onions. Can you believe it, not an onion in sight, so I eventually went to the supermarket and bought some there. Mine are doing very well in the garden, but they are certainly not ready for pulling yet. It seems the rest of France is in the same position. I took these pictures at the market last month.
A whole table full of clothes from jerseys and shirts to dresses and shorts all for 5€ each.
The African touch is at every market in France.
Asparagus is nearly at its end now but there still seems to be plenty around. Behind are artichokes and radishes.
All types of different breads can be found here.
Anyone for cheese?
The fishmonger sells many different types of fish including shellfish.
There is no shortage of flower or vegetable seedlings here.