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New Farmers' Market in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
email this pageprint this pageemail usKathleen Dobek - PVNN
December 08, 2010



The Sunday Market in La Cruz offers a great opportunity for Christmas gift shopping and treats for the foodie. For more photos and details, visit my blog, CookinginMexico.com.
La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, north of Puerto Vallarta on the Bay of Banderas, can now add a farmers/craft market to its list of attractions. Held every Sunday from 10 am until 2 pm, it is quickly growing each week, both in increasing numbers of vendors and visitors from the bay area.

Organic produce that could not be any fresher, tasty bakery items ranging from foccacia to empanadas, and handmade craft items are offered for sale under the ficus trees on the La Cruz plaza.

Organized by a group of local residents, the market offers a children’s activity program and live music from the gazebo. Tatewari, the local flamenco and jazz group, played on December 5th, the third Sunday for the market. Some items quickly sold out, like organic squash blossoms from San Jose, homemade coconut/almond body lotion and tasty fruit pie slices.

This market offers a great opportunity for Christmas gift shopping and treats for the foodie. For more photos and details, visit my blog, CookinginMexico.com.
Kathleen Dobek explores the culinary traditions of Mexico from her home in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit. Through regular columns on BanderasNews and via her Cooking in Mexico blog, Kathleen shares her experiences in Mexico and introduces the great variety of New World ingredients and contemporary dishes of this country to the foreigners who visit and live here.

Click HERE to read more articles by Kathleen Dobek.



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