I was excited by the idea that Brisbane now has another weekly fresh market but overjoyed when I received an email from Margaret Cunningham with exciting cupcake news!
Margaret, like myself, was a huge fan of the sadly missed Nourish on Racecourse Road. Ness and Carlie's cupcakes really evoked that old fashioned taste of cupcakes from my childhood.
Saddened by the shop's closure, Margaret approached the sisters to see if they would be interested in selling the cupcakes on a wholesale basis.
The result is that Nourish cupcakes will now be available every Sunday at Margaret's market stall, Maggie Mays Cupcake at the Eagle Farm Markets.
The sisters will be busy cooking the cakes through the night so they will be nice and fresh for collection early on Sunday mornings. (Glad I'm not the baker!)
The new Eagle Farm Market is located at the top of Racecourse Road and opens from 8 am to 2pm. Maggie Mays Cupcake stall can be found in the St Leger building.
Margaret says she is really looking forward to having a Nourish cupcake again and so am I!
With 100 stalls, Eagle Farm Markets will offer seasonal fresh fruit and vegetable produce as well as a selection of seafood, meats and poultry. Other stalls will sell freshly cut flowers, plants, arts and crafts, clothing, accessories, home décor, sweets, baked goods as well as gourmet and deli items. Car parking is available off Lancaster Road, through Eagle Farm’s main gates.
Bottom line : Nourish cupcakes were amongst my favourites in Brisbane.