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Maltby Street & Spa Terminus Market

September 20, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Tower BridgeAnother gloriously sunny Saturday. A short walk from the Tower Bridge was Maltby Street Market (9am – 2pm-ish), a rebellious alternative to Borough Market.

On route, the Tanner Street Antiques Market (49 Tanner Street):
Tanner Street Antiques Market Tanner Street Antiques Market
Tanner Street Antiques Market Tanner Street Antiques Market
and

Tower Bridge Antiques:
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Tower Bridge Antiques Tower Bridge Antiques
Tower Bridge Antiques Tower Bridge Antiques

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market

The Maltby Street Market shops were strewn over the length of the railway bridge. A large food and drink retail section could be found along Rope Walk where old church pew seats were re-commissioned as benches:
Maltby Street Market
the South American La Chatica;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
40 Maltby Street – purveyors of organic (in the loose sense of the word) wines;

Maltby Street Market
Coffee Mate? cart serving up Hasbean beans;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Austrian food was emerging from the Speck Mobile van;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Hansen & Lydersen smoked salmon done in the “true Norwegian way.

 Sourced (VAR) from a sustainable farm in the Faroe Island’s, Ole ensures his catch is prepared less than 48 hours after it has been fished”;

Maltby Street Market
Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Christchurch Fish and neighbour with 72-hour sous vide beef in toasted homemade broiche and helped along by some horseradish (there was also the offer of foie gras terrine on gingerbread);

Maltby Street Market
Loi’s Thai Kitchen & Pantry;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Little Bird London Dry Gin;

Maltby Street Market
Tozino (facebook);

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Life’s A Bottle – wine;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Grant Hawthorne’s African Volcano – peri peri chicken sandwiches;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
wild boar salami!;

Cornish Grill. Maltby Street Market
Cornish Grill – scallops, pork chops, steaks;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Comptoir Gourmand.

If you continued along Tanner Road as it ducked under the railway tracks, you’d find a few other shops along Druid Street:

Maltby Street Market
Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Tayshaw Limited – purveyors of a good selection of vegetables, mushrooms, fruits;

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St. John Bakery was almost all out by the time i got there – the Eccles cakes and custard donuts were highly recommended;

Maltby Street Market
Bea’s of Bloomsbury was also sold-out for the day;

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My Cup of Tea;

Maltby Street Market
one or more of the following: Topolski, Kase Swiss, Boerenkaas, Jacob’s Ladder Farms;

then back under the bridge along Abbey Street to Enid Street:
Maltby Street Market
Scooterworks – vintage scooter specialist;

Maltby Street Market
then under the bridge along Rouel Road to Voyager Bus Park:

Maltby Street Market
Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Kappacasein and Neal’s Yard Dairy – Staffordshire oat cakes, Poilane bread!, Old House farm eggs, toasted cheese sandwiches;

Maltby Street Market
Mons Fromager, Aubert & Mascoli;

Maltby Street Market
South East Fruits where i scored two very full punnets of Kent strawberries for £1;

Maltby Street Market
The Ice-Cream Union.

Maltby Street Market
Back yet again under the arches to the Dockley Road huddle:

The Kernel Brewery, Dockley Road. Maltby Street Market
The Kernel Brewery, Dockley Road.Maltby Street Market The Kernel Brewery, Dockley Road.Maltby Street Market
The Kernel Brewery – beer brewed onsite;

The Ham & Cheese Company. Maltby Street Market
The Ham & Cheese Company;

Maltby Street Market
La Grotta ices – watermelon + wild fig sorbet, blackberry + Discovery Apple etc;

Maltby Street Market Maltby Street Market
Fern Verrow – biodynamic farm produce;

Maltby Street Market
The London Honey Company – honey from hive atop an ex-council flat in Central London;

Maltby Street Market
The Little Bread Pedlar and Coleman Coffee Roasters.

On Sunday, the last of a three-part series on being Counted Righteous In Christ. What was striking about the last talk was that though we are made right with God by faith and not by works (Romans 4:5. that is, not by our moral performance or how relatively “good” we are to our snotty neighbours), true faith always produces works – which is why James 2:24 says “You see that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone”.

We were chatting about this at dinner after: mere doctrinal correctness or even faithful handling of the Bible is commendable, but this is something we have in common with Satan! The Devil would have topped any theological college. Mere knowledge, merely being a fantastic preacher, does not mean one is saved. Rather, real faith should produce real change in life and character, because one’s worldview and value system must have changed.

The Righteousness of God (Isaiah 51:1-23)- Andrew Sach
The Righteousness of Christ (Philippians 3:1-11) – Charlie Skrine
The Righteousness of the Christian (James 2:14-26) – Andrew Sach

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