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Local Peculiarities Of Rostov Bazaar
May 4, 2015 15:39


(Source: http://ionovagribina.livejournal.com/146408.html)

The Central Market opens at about 9 a.m. and works until 6-7 p.m. However, each salesperson has his/her own schedule, no one comes and goes at predetermined time. The hottest days are Saturday and Sunday. According to statistics, the market is visited by 200 to 300 thousand people daily. A total of 800 people work on a total area of 3 hectares: in addition to retail outlets, there are laboratories, warehouses, a radio centre, freezers.

There is its own order in the colorful chaos of the market. Meat and dairy products are sold in separate pavilions. Pavilions with clothes are for some reason interchanged with pavilions selling nuts and dried fruits. Korean women with their food stand in one row, each of them has a badge with the name.

Photographing at the Market is not welcome, especially among the Red Book fish sellers. If you shoot overtly, you can provoke a scandal. So it is better whether to agree upon it beforehand or photograph unnoticed. It is better to come in the morning – all goods are fresh. The prices at the market are not lower than in stores, sometimes even higher. As they say here, “tasty things cannot be cheap”.

There are a lot of marinated and pickled things - from cucumbers to melons. Pickled watermelons are needed for the traditional Rostov New Year’s dish - carp with watermelons. The recipe of the exotic treat can be read in the article “5 New Year’s Recipes of the Country”. You can buy salted fish and take it with you, if you go by plane. It goes without vacuum package, but it will survive one day without a refrigerator – it has been tested.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Rostov Bazaar Rostov    

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