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    lots of parking
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  • the varied flavours of Balsamic
    the varied flavours of Balsamic
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  • just one of them
    just one of them
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    The Fritter Co: Fritters where there's always a line-up

    by kenHuocj Written Aug 8, 2014

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    Line up begins outside a side door of the Peddlar's Market
    then you see the apples being peeled and sliced, look up is what's fpr sale, then you seen the frying

    What to buy: Apple Fritters
    the Line-up indicates it's popularity
    It is delicious !

    outside inside pay , then enjoy
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    Dana Shortt Gourmet: St Jacobs Market

    by kenHuocj Written Aug 8, 2014

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    Was trolling by and the graphics caught my eye, on entering, i was surprised by the variety, diverse range of products, each section called for more attention.
    They obviously do well as all look new and sparkling.

    try recipe: Brandied apple cake with walnuts and citrus cream sauce

    What to buy: Vegetarian and gluten free prepared meals,
    Balsami vinegars - multi flavours.
    Olive oil - that taste like the real oil
    Chocolates, amy brands
    Gift Baskets
    plus plus
    and i bought a few bottles of Olive Oil that tasted like Olives
    back to my Mocambique days of Colonial Mediterranean Foods

    What to pay: see the website

    lots of parking the varied flavours of Balsamic just one of them
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    St. Jacobs Farmers' Market & Flea Market: Buying fresh garden produce

    by Faiza-Ifrah Written Jan 1, 2010

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    We visited St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market and Flea Market most recently on a cold day in early November 2009.

    Waterloo region has a vibrant agricultural heritage and freshly grown produce are brought to these markets, which bring visitors and shoppers from as far as Hamilton and Toronto and beyond. This market is open all year around except on Christmas and Boxing Day. The setting is colourful and rustic.

    What to buy: Over 600 vendors and Mennonite farmers, who travel to market by horse and buggy, sell fresh produce from local farms, backyards and across Ontario. Other items include sausage, apple fritters, and pure maple syrup, meats, cheese, baking, local crafts, home decor, furniture, clothes, tools, housewares, and more.

    But the Markets don’t have local flavor only. Vendors selling items from other countries are also present. During our visit, we bought few items from an Egyptian vendor. Earlier in summer, we had enjoyed lively performances by visiting buskers.

    Entrance of the Farmers' Market on a chilly day Map of St. Jacobs
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    Conestoga Mall: A smaller mall

    by Arial_27 Written Jan 12, 2006

    This is a smaller mall located on King street North in Waterloo. They have a number of clothinbg stores for men and women, jewelry shops, home furnishing and department stores. It is not the largest mall in the city - if you want more of a selection, I'd go to Fairview Park Mall instead. This is a good mall if you need something specific and don't want to be overwhelmed. I've included the website so you can look at the store directory. Their hours are 9:30am-9pm on weekdays.

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