Nice write-up about the Greenpoint Food Market “a real incubator for those that want to take the next step,” in today’s Dining & Wine section of the NYTimes. Congratulations to Joann for all of her tireless work and hopefully the new food vendor restrictions won’t cramp our style!
Oh, if you watch closely you can see me fanning myself near the 1:01 mark on the video!
Another in memoriam.
Young Food Entreprenuers Make Their Future By Hand
Congratulations to my friend Anton Nocito of P&H Soda Co. for not only appearing on Martha Stewart, but teaching her how to make cream soda!
If you haven’t already tried Anton’s artisanal soda syrups they are available at Brooklyn Farmacy, Kill Devil Hill, Brooklyn Kitchen (he’s teaching a soda syrup class on January 11th), and the list goes on and on.
I would like to give my utmost thank you to Joann Kim of the Greenpoint Food Market for introducing me to all of the wonderfully talented people of the GFM, I’m so proud of everyone!
The Greenpoint Food Market got a shout-out in this week’s Brooklyn Based Tip Sheet:
This weekend’s Greenpoint Food Market boasts a whopping 47 local food vendors. We’re especially excited to try Masala Loca’s Indian-Mexican tacos. Grab your nibblies and head across the street to McGolrick Park for an afternoon picnic! Noon-5pm at the Church of the Messiah, 129 Russell Street.
Which clearly means that everyone, who’s anyone is going to be there! 😉
Guess what readers? You Can’t Eat Bread!? is featured in this week’s Vendor Blender !
Read about my inspiration behind baking and stop by Saturday’s Greenpoint Food Market to sample (and buy!) my gluten-free treats.
Gluten-free market goers get excited!!! This Saturday I will be featuring herbed crackers and bread so now we can sample the wares of the other vendors that we’d previously been unable to. Stop by my table to stock up and then go scoop up the delicious wares of DP Chutney Collective and Anarchy in a Jar on my gluten-free crackers!
I will also be selling banana cupcakes with peanut butter frosting, they are to. die. for.
See you Saturday!
Hello All, long-time-no-blog!
Yes, I’ve been remiss in gluten-free goodie posting, but I’m back in action!
To start the Spring off right, please stop by the Greenpoint Food Market at the Church of the Messiah 129 Russell Street (btwn Nassua and Driggs) on April 10th to get your fill of the local food talent and my gluten-free cupcakes that you all know and love.
In honor of Spring I will be making ginger-lime cupcakes with coconut frosting, peanutbutter n’ jelly sammich cookies, and alfajores.
Spring has Sprung!
I will be baking gluten-free bread along with other Greenpoint Food Market vendors for Storytime & Snacks at the Word bookstore in Greenpoint this Sunday November 15th at 2pm!
The whole family and book lovers young and old are invited to join us for a reading of THE DUCHESS OF WHIMSY with Brooklyn author/illustrator duo of Randall and Peter de Sève. The story revolves around a wild duchess and an Earl with a crush who is dutifully ignored til a chef is ill and they engage in a tumultuous adventure with food, especially grilled cheese! (via Greenpoint Food Market)
Word is located at 126 Franklin Street @ Milton Street. Word is featured in this week’s first annual NYC Independent Bookstore Week
Come support your local independent bookstore, food vendors, and farms!
Greenpoint Food Market
I am so excited to be taking part in the Greenpoint Food Market (GFM)!
The launch is this Saturday from 12-6pm.
Place: Lutheran Church of Messiah 129 Russell Street btwn Nassau & Driggs
To quote Joann Kim, the creater of this fantastic market, the: “GFM hopes to be a support system for explorative amateur chefs and gourmands wishing to share their goods with the community and maybe even make a buck or two along the way. GFM is all about community involvement and gastronomical gratification, bringing folks together through food appreciation.”
I will be selling gluten-free baked goods, peach cupcakes and zucchini & pineapple cake are on the menu as well as a few other items. Please come to peruse the local vendors, enjoy live music, and view food-based artwork.