holiday market

Market Lunch: Mei Mei Street Kitchen Food Truck

by Lauren Keiper
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Yes, I am a planner. I keep a date book. I arrive early for appointments. I like to be strategic in the aisles at the grocery store. Gearing up for the Eat Boutique Boston Holiday Market means one thing for me:  plot my course of action through Cruiseport Boston early so I don’t miss a

Eat Boutique Holiday Market Tickets on Sale

by Maggie Battista
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With November just a day away, my heart is firmly feeling like we’re already deep into the holiday season. It’s too soon for some, but too busy for me (and the rest of the Eat Boutique team.) We’re wrapping up all of our small batch food orders for our holiday gift box line, photographing  the

Volunteer at the Eat Boutique Boston Holiday Market

by Maggie Battista
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At the 2012 Holiday Market in Boston, I met Sara. She volunteered at the event, and endeared herself to me over the course of those exciting, busy and fun eight hours. She cares so much about small makers and this event just wouldn’t happen without her (or people like her)! Read about her volunteer experience

Market Preview: Vermont Maple and Caramel

by Amy Feiereisel
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Goodness gracious, time is flying! It seems just yesterday that Maggie was drinking up California vineyards and I was jumping off waterfalls, but summer is officially finished. In fact, autumn is speeding towards winter with the alacrity of an Eat Boutique-er who’s spotted an apple orchard selling cider just off the beaten path (it’ll be

Market Preview: Jams

by Kate H. Knapp
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Jams. Jelly. Preserves. We’re not terribly particular when it comes to the names because it (the fruit, naturally) all boils down to one thing: true love. We love it all so very much. Ruby-red raspberries spread over ricotta on a crumpet; tart orange zest of marmalade melting on a warm biscuit; or sweet figs with

Market Preview: Sweet Oats

by Amy Feiereisel
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Show us oats and we’ll show you a good time; we adore Baked Pumpkin and Apple Pie Oatmeal (as all sane human beings do). For those mornings when you want a quick yet flavorful breakfast, or a chunky, toothsome afternoon treat, let us introduce you to Bola Granola and Effie’s Homemade, two fabulous makers who

Market Preview: Private Tasting Sessions and Workshops

by Maggie Battista
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We’ve been sharing sneak peeks of our Makers; now it’s time to talk about some of the amazing mini-events going on during the Eat Boutique Boston Holiday Market on December 7, 2013. I’ve been working with a lovely lady, Meg, to plan all sorts of Market festivities. Here’s a rundown of the classes and workshops

Market Preview: Chocolate and Caramel

by Kate H. Knapp
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We absolutely adore the savory, but we tend to swoon—as in, keep the smelling salts handy—when it comes to sweets. And it doesn’t get much sweeter than chocolate and caramel. In this week’s Eat Boutique Boston Holiday Market  preview, we’re sharing two of our favorite treats that are totally faint-worthy. You might want to sit

Market Preview: Baked Goods

by Amy Feiereisel
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There might exist the remote possibility that we love desserts at Eat Boutique. We’d try and deny it, but past blog posts are a little incriminating. In our second Market Maker Preview, we’d like to spotlight baked goods of the chewy, chocolate-y baked-good-heaven variety, in the form of Yummy Mummy Brownies and the Zesty Cookie

Union Square Donuts

by Matthew Petrelis
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It’s nice to see a dessert that’s become almost synonymous with factory-line production returned to its former state of glory – perhaps even improved upon? Today, Matthew takes us on a visit to Union Square Donuts, home of the Fluffa Nutta. Yes, that’s a donut. -Amy Are donut parties something that people do? They should.

Market Preview: EvyTea & Chilmark Coffee

by Amy Feiereisel
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  This is our first official post leading up to Eat Boutique Boston on December 7, 2013. To whet your (and our) tastebuds, we’ll be giving you a glimpse of some of the devoted and talented makers who are attending each week. First up is a little liquid morning – or afternoon – oh fine,

2013 Eat Boutique in Boston

by Maggie Battista
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I just returned from 36 hours in Orlando, Florida. Florida is such a fun state: it’s the land of Disney, humid and steamy, citrus-soaked, packed with palm trees and golf carts and tourists. It was actually a nice break from the Boston heat and another moment for me to share the Eat Boutique story at

Tropical Toffee and Cookbook Giveaway

by Erin Nichols
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Oh, Willy Wonka, you ruined me!  As a kid, I always wanted a house lined with lick-able wallpaper and a chocolate river in my backyard. While I continue tearing open candy bars in hopes of finding the Golden Ticket, I can make my own goodies now thanks to the ladies behind Liddabit Sweets. Erin took

Mulled Apple Cider Jelly & Cookbook Giveaway

by Tara Bellucci
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It’s the most, wonderful time, of the year (in my best sing-songy voice)…the Eat Boutique Holiday Market, of course! It is just around the corner (Sunday, December 9!) and to get us all in the Holiday Market spirit we’ll be writing a series of posts about the makers and authors joining us for the event.

The Coffee Trike

by Ariela Rose
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If you’re attending the Eat Boutique Holiday Market on Dec. 9 and see me hanging all over The Coffee Trike, you probably should pull me away from the delicious espresso shots. Or you can just cozy on up to the Trike with me. Ariela tells us more about The Coffee Trike. -Maggie The Coffee Trike.

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