I’ve got to be honest, I’m not too sad about the summer coming to a close. I’m going to miss a few seasonal perks, like the warm shade of my billowy backyard umbrella, the relief brought on after a long sip of cold-brewed iced coffee, and the charred side of an ear of corn that seem so at home on a flaming hot grill. But summer is suddenly so last season and I’m eager to jump into pumpkin patches, light red wines and casseroles.
Fall also means the Eat Boutique Fall Market is now less than four weeks away and all I have to say is: Have you seen the new Eat Boutique Markets website and have you purchased your tickets to the Fall Market? Quick, go look now! I’ll be here when you get back…
Thanks for looking at the new site!
In between soaking up the sun and canning countless jars of fruit-filled jam, we built a new website devoted to the Markets where you’ll find the scoop on all the makers and cookbook authors with whom you’ll rub elbows on September 22. Thanks to your feedback in our last survey (Merci!), we’re charging a small fee for the Fall Market so we can source the tent and equipment to make it fantastic and keep our Markets going on a regular basis. Tickets are only $10 in advance.
Two treats in one day may be just too much to bare, but I’m going to go out on a limb here. We have a beautiful stock of delicious small batch food in our store that should really be in your belly or perhaps a friend’s belly. Until midnight on September 3, celebrate the close of summer with 20% off everything in our store. (Use “SUMMER20″ at check out.) Enjoy the last week of August and the summer sale and a few icy cold cocktails on this long holiday weekend. Cheers!
All photos in the first montage were taken by Heidi Murphy. All photos in the second montage were taken on Instagram by Maggie Battista.
Eat Boutique discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share recipes, maker stories and city guides to eating boutique. We host tasting events and markets for food makers, cookbook authors and food fans. We craft seasonal, regional gift and tasting boxes and sell individual items that you can order today. Meet makers and small batch food fans in person at the Eat Boutique Fall Market.