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Anton Kepes - honey   Anton Kepes - honey

Acacia, raspberry, walnut, millefiori, and pine are just some of the honeys made by Anton, who also attended the Salone del Gusto in 2008. As well as honey, propolis and royal jelly are produced, all using migratory practices. Anton is proud of his involvement with Terra Madre.

     
Mihai and Ionela Palistan - various products   Mihai and Ionela Palistan - various products

The best traditional produce from the province of Brusturoasa-Palanca: preserves and syrups, including a wonderful pine syrup. Another great specialty is pastrav afumat, smoked trout preserved in pine branches. 

 

     
Costinel Muclea - fruit and vegetables   Costinel Muclea - fruit and vegetables

There are not many markets where you can find small mountains of strawberries and cherries picked the evening before. Displayed without plastic or packaging their aroma draws you to the stand.

 

     
Dorin Bangala - cured meats and cheeses   Dorin Bangala - cured meats and cheeses

Great raw milk cheeses, and high quality cured meats and pastrami. All products are homemade with great care, and the animals are even individually named. The curious should not miss Basacile de Porc, a pecorino cheese aged in a pig’s bladder.

 

     
Elena Nicolae - fruit and vegetables   Elena Nicolae - fruit and vegetables

Strictly fresh and seasonal fruit and vegetables, served with a smile from this young producer.

 

     
Ghita Barza - cured meats and cheeses   Ghita Barza - cured meats and cheeses

Ghita produces high quality cured meats, ranging from small salamis preserved in lard to smoked pork loin, and maintains the country’s strong traditions in preserving raw meats. He comes from Talmacel, a place near Sibiu, in the southen part of Transylvania (Romania).

 

     
Molnar family - Bread   Molnar family - Bread

“Only when the grains of wheat thrown into the oven burn before hitting the ground can you bake the bread”. The Molnar family make bread from barley and wheat, adhering strictly to traditional methods. They are of Hungarian origin, and come from Transylvania, Harghita county.

 

     
Suciu family - goat cheese producers   Suciu family - goat cheese producers

Four years ago Adrian Suciu was resigned to having to slaughter his flock of goats. Then, with the support of Slow Food convivia in Romania, he started making goat cheeses with great success. A great experimenter and true cheese artisan.

 

     
Ioan Vermesan - smoked trout   Ioan Vermesan - smoked trout

When visiting the Bucharest market don’t miss having a chat with Ioan Vermesan: he is always pleased to tell people how he prepares Pastrav Afumat, smoked trout preserved in pine branches 

     
Ramona Molnar - Apple juice and walnut oil   Ramona Molnar - Apple juice and walnut oil

Ramona’s small family business sells apple juice and walnut oil: the oil is used as a condiment and also as a massage oil.

     
   
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