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April 12, 2021

Weekend full of autumn fairs

Starting today and until Sunday, October 19, Bucharest’s Herastrau Park will host the Autumn Fruits Fair, a fair dedicated to this season’s rich bounty, to Romanian traditions and authentic products. The Fair is intended to be more than a simple fair for traditional products, seeking to be an oasis of authentic Romanian gastronomy and folk traditions, considering that starting this year the Autumn Fruits Fair is organized in partnership with the Contracpunct Talent Fest. The Fair will feature folk handicraftsmen, traditional producers and housewives from Maramures who will cook traditional dishes.
An autumn fair will take place at the Romanian Peasant National Museum too. From October 17 to October 19 almost one hundred producers, artisans, handicraftsmen and traders will gathered in the courtyard of the Romanian Peasant National Museum for a feast of gastronomy and more. Bread will be baked, stuffed cabbage and stew will be cooked based on peasant recipes of old. Pastrami and unfermented wine, barbecues and food prepared on the spot will also be there.The Autumn Festival is another event of this type taking place this weekend. Hosted by IOR Park, the festival will feature producers, handicraftsmen, artisans and traders who will gather for a gastronomy feast. Plum marmalade, pastrami and unfermented wine, cheeses, cakes, pies, homemade chocolate and cookies, syrups, honey, wine, palinka, tea, pickles and bread, all prepared based on old peasant recipes, can be tasted at the event. Folk music concerts will also be organized.

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