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| I love my local Market


While supermarkets are convenient, they usually offer produce that’s been traveling worldwide, packaged and isn’t quite fresh anymore.

Outdoor markets, on the other hand, with their fragrant fruit, colorful vegetables, tempting homemade cheese and yogurt, are a real treat for your senses! Everything looks and smells yummy. Markets are ideal if you want to buy local and seasonal, as we do at A World In A Pan.

They’re also a great opportunity to meet farmers and other producers who are passionate about what they sell. Where else could you meet a beekeeper who sells his honey fresh out of the hive? Once you get to know them, the farmers will help you select the very best of what they offer, and won’t hesitate to give you a taste of something…

 

Eat healthy,
and buy healthy


A world in a PAN believes in sustainable cuisine. We propose menus that use natural, local, and seasonal produce. When you use good produce, the outcome is usually great. Simple and delicious! 

Bon appétit!



 

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Healthy vision
  We propose menus that use natural, local, and seasonal produce. We avoid the use of ingredients that do not add to the quality of the food, such us thickeners or food color.
 
Fun classes
  Classes are designed for all those who love good food and want to have fun while learning.
 
Simply Food
  Cooking methods do not require special skills, recipes are simple and easy to learn.
   


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