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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2019 7:46 pm 
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Hi Al

Does anybody know the dates of the Market in Tabua and not the Municipal market that is every Sunday. The monthly market please.

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The 3rd sunday of every month.
Here is a full list:- https://www.cm-tabua.pt/index.php/inici ... eas-feiras


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Hi Allan

Thanks for the info i will go and have a look at the next market.

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November is an exception, The Feira was yesterday for the feast of São Martinho instead of its usual date.
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I was at Marion´s bazaar today and overheard you with a customer asking you about "folhas de curry" which you had for sale (folhas de curry =curry leaves).
This may help (Sorry, these are all in Portuguese, use Google translate if needed): https://www.google.pt/search?source=hp& ... xgouG_GWnw.

In our herb garden we grow a plant called caril, which is the Portuguese word for curry. Unlike your "folhas de curry" this plant has fine leaves. When you brush past, there is a strong smell of curry. Despite this. it is not for culinary use. You sometimes find it growing at the side of a road.
Sorry for not speaking to you at the event. SWMBO was calling.

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