We found figs, quinces, marmande tomatoes, delicate pears just about to ripen fully, rye bread from Geelong.
Walnuts, sundried muscats and apricots from Mildura, sugar gum honey from around Newlyn, the last little red radishes, lettuce, fennel, and giant white Chinese radishes from organic growers near Warrenheip, local eggs and bunches of basil.
And many kinds of apples. Cox's Orange Pippins, Snow Apples, Gala and a beautiful new variety, Prima. This is apple season, and I can get my apples fresh from local orchards. Apples with flavour, each variety distinct.
The new Prima apples (new to me) taste and smell of roses. I knew that apples and roses are related, now I believe it.