Pijačni dan u beogradu
Ovaj tekst i fotografije poslala je Bibi sa bloga Yankee in Belgrade.Bibi živi već 30 godina u Beogradu (sa dužim pauzama kada odlazi u USA).Njen život i zapažanja objavljuje kroz fotografiju.Kako?Pogledajte na http://yankee-in-belgrade.blogspot.com
Tekst prenosim onako kako sam ga dobio.Thank you Bibi
Open-air markets in Belgrade are visited by hundreds of shoppers each day, since most women, even those who work, somehow try to get their on an almost daily basis. Stalls and sections of markets are grouped according to their wares, like locally-produced seasonal fruits, vegetables, cheeses, a range of homemade baked goods, pickles, jams and fruit preserves. You'll also find self-contained shops selling all types of meats (fresh and smoked) and fish; tucked in among these is a health food store well-stocked with everything from soy milk to organic tofu and dried seaweed. Imported condiments, sauces, and chocolate drink mixes can also be found at cheaper prices than in stores.
Many markets feature much more than just food. There's always a vast range of fresh-cut, seasonal flowers and potted plants. Clothing, ranging from casual dresses to sleepwear, socks, and underwear are sold at stalls that also carry second-hand shoes, sweaters, and furs. Hand-made brooms and wooden cutting boards make good, unusual gifts and are very inexpensive. Most markets boast antique housewares dotted throughout the market, even religious candles and Orthodox icons. Batteries, laundry soap, light bulbs, replacement vacuum bags, inexpensive pots and pans abound. A more recent addition to some markets is an array of pet stalls selling puppies, rabbits, birds, fish, and turtles. If you're hungry, you can find shops or stands selling roast meats, hot baked pastries, and 'mehike', a sugary cruller.
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