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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Foire de Printemps 2014 in Morhange, France


The town of Morhange holds a weekly market every Wednesday (click here). When it's the first of the month, it is smack right in the center of town (roads are blocked all morning), but when it's on the other 3 Wednesdays of the month, it is held on the parking lot of the Match Supermarket. Last week, I was told that the town was going to celebrate La Foire du Printemps this Wednesday and although it wasn't the first Wednesday of the month, it was held in the center of town because there were more stalls and things for sale. I made sure MR and I would take a stroll through it before going to work.


There was a variety of stalls present:


Toys and Household Items



Bed Mattress



Adult Clothes



Personalized Children Room Decors



Watches - all for 5 Euros 



Herbs for Cooking



Herbs, Plants, and Flowers



Live Poultry



Fresh Fish and Seafood 



Homemade Local Specialties



Fresh Fruits



Fresh Vegetables



Roast Chicken



Middle Eastern Vegetarian Crepes



Olives, Olives, Olives


MR and I were both working the afternoon shift later so I thought I'd pick up some stuff for lunch. I ended up buying way more than we could eat!



Paella - 5 Euros
It was bland and almost watery. The only positive point was that the seafood was cooked perfectly (I find that they usually are way overcooked in Paella).



Middle Eastern Vegetarian Crepes - 2 Euros each



Roasted Chicken ad Potatoes - 5,50 Euros

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