We are gathering our favorite handmade food makers, a wine shop and a cookbook author or two together for our first 1-day Boston Local Market
on Saturday, September 24, 2011. The event will take place from 1-5pm
at Twelve Chairs in Boston’s cool Fort Point neighborhood. We’re excited
to showcase some of New England’s hidden food treasures. At our first
local market, you’ll…
- Meet local handmade food purveyors
- Taste their delicious sweet and savory treats
- Shop for yourself and for gifts, as everything will be available for purchase
This market will be set up less like a farmer’s market and more like an intimate afternoon open house where you can mix and mingle with your favorite food makers and hear the stories behind the food.
More details here: http://www.eatboutique.com/local-market/
** Twelve Chairs is pre-selling both the Flour Cookbook (Joanne Chang) and The Apple Lover's Cookbook (Amy Traverso). If you'd like to reserve a copy of either book now, please call Miggy or Roisin at Twelve Chairs asap! The number is: 617-701-3496. Further contact details are here: http://www.twelvechairsboston.com/p/contact.html
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Eat Boutique, an award-winning online boutique and story-driven recipe site that’s the go-to resource for food gifts, is founded by Maggie Battista. Buidling a business and a life as a tastemaker, Maggie brings people together and inspires them through her recipes—including her cookbook, Food Gift Love—hand-chosen, small-batch food goods; one-of-a-kind events and pop-up markets; and speaking engagements. Maggie has written for Style Me Pretty, Food52, Time Out New York, Culture Magazine, The Kitchn, and others. She is currently working to open her first permanent Eat Boutique, a food retail concept space that provides a new way to food.