Our Jewish Mama, Gloria Sue, has added a new salad to her already extensive menu. She was weeding her garden last week when she hit on the idea of mixing up some of her veggies with a zesty Italian Dijon dressing and calling it “Gloria’s Veggie Garden Salad.” Catchy, no?
We are also introducing “Pasta Fresca” that is, of course, freshly rolled pasta – a number of different types to choose from. And there are sauces already made to go with. Pesto is also available; parmesan cheese and some crusty bread and call it dinner.
Lisa Love has rejoined our Market after a couple of weeks off. She has spent her time well, searching her house for treasures she brought with her from Europe. Some lovely fabrics as well as small antique pieces. Take your time perusing!
Mark Hughes has sweet or savory pies; your choice. His quiches are a delightful, quick lunch with a wide variety of fillings. The secret to his incredible success is the pastry crust. Still made by hand and fabulous!
Marcia has new Mixtos – crazy earrings with lots going on in a small space! Silk necklaces made from repurposed fabrics that once made someone smile to either wear it or see it being worn. Special orders are welcome!
Three Hens & A Rooster Market is open Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm at Aquiles Serdan 518 in Old Town Vallarta.