Tickets Still Available for the Eat Boutique Holiday Market!

by Kate H. Knapp on December 6, 2013

in Eat Boutique Markets, Events, Massachusetts

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Kate here! Can you believe that the Eat Boutique Holiday Market is in less than 24 hours? It just doesn’t seem possible. We’re so excited, however, to celebrate the holidays and boutique eats with you. If you don’t have your tickets yet, there are still a few left! Get your tickets now, though, because we would hate for you to miss out on the chance to:

  • Shop for gifts and mingle with 60+ artisan food and drink makers, cookbook authors (incl. Joanne Chang), and culinary experts
  • Eat a variety of foods from Mei Mei Street Kitchen, Island Creek Oysters, Union Square Donuts and more
  • Drink and Be Merry with small batch beer, wine, cider and cordials from The Brooklyn Brewery Cheer Hall, and Craft Beer tastings with Rebecca Millette (founder of Massachusetts’ GirlsPintOut)
  • Meet Maggie, the brains behind Eat Boutique. She started this business to spotlight, source and gift hidden food gems from around the globe and all over New England, and she’s done a mighty fine job of it (aw, shucks, thanks, Kate!)

The entire Eat Boutique team will also be on-site to help you find food gifts–or just chat about our favorite holiday cocktails. ‘Tis the season, after all.

Get your tickets now and join us for a truly fabulous holiday soiree. See you tomorrow!

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 in the Eat Boutique Shop. You can also follow us on TwitterFacebookInstagramTumblr and Pinterest.
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Kate H. Knapp

Head Recipe Tester & Shop Editor at Eat Boutique
Kate H. Knapp has been cooking since she was stove-high and whisk-strong. She comes from a long line of cooks and bakers, from whom she learned the sweet power of sugar, the thrill of egg whites, the magic of leftovers, and the importance of being fearless in the kitchen. Kate works as the Urbanist Boston City Guide Editor and has recently earned a Masters in Gastronomy. She spends her free time testing recipes, practicing food photography, and reading cookbooks. Her recipe for life is a work in progress—needs a dash more of this and a pinch of that—but she couldn't be happier with her ingredients.


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