October Vendor Line Up
The Pop Nation – all-natural ice pops modeled after the traditional South American paleta
Sinfullchef–Frances Brooks= Chicken & tri-tip sandwiches, bacon bourbon jam
Nucha Empanadas – Laura Blacona = Argentine empanadas
Neo Cocoa – Christine Doerr = Boxes of handmade chocolate truffles
Nosh This – Kai Kronfield = Bacon Crack, Rocky Road and more
Aunt Kitty’s Kreations – Kitty Myers = Jams, jellies, marmalades, chutneys, relishes, watermelon pickles, & herb-infused wine vinegars
CocoTutti – Elyce Zahn = Chocolates and handmade, hand-dipped caramels
Two Bites – Mariebeth A. Arca = Mini-quiches and mini-desserts
Nute’s Cupcakes – Nute Chulasuwan = Gourmet mini-cupcakes with a touch of Asian flair; homestyle Thai green curry over rice or noodles
Snapdragon Baking Co. – Hway-ling Hsu = Various flavors of brittle, including ginger peanut, cashew, pumpkin seed, black sesame, coconut cashew and wasabi pea
Old Skool Cafe – Joshua Kemble & students = Organic Nicaraguan coffee, by the pound and brewed.
Simply Mochi – Linda Lo = Lemon curd, peanut butter chocolate, taro, strawberry cheesecake, seasonal chocolate wrapped strawberry mochi, and bacon-wrapped mochi
Uncommon Pickle – John Herbstritt = Uncommon pickles, including fennel with orange, spicy carrot, baby artichokes & cherries with rosemary
Kevin and Gail’s Chili Palace – Gail and Kevin Kirst = Chili verde and red vegetarian chili, fresh & frozen
Pachamama Cookery – Maggie Weber-Striplin and Carmen Figueroa = Vegan and vegetarian pierogies
Frozen Kuhsterd – Jason Angeles = All-natural and organic frozen custard
Red Circle Tea – Sina Carroll = Artisan, traditionally processed tea from China and Taiwan
Sajen – Morsinah Katimin = Jamu, a healthy drink with fresh, unprocessed turmeric, ginger, and other spices
Vickles Pickles– Victor Lieuw = Spicy garlic dill pickles, spicy garlic dill sweet plum pickles and kimchi
Jam it! Salon October 11: Special New Taste Edition
New Taste Marketplace is excited to be participating in Jam it! Salon: at 18 reasons this Tuesday, October 11, 7-9PM;3674 18th Street in San Francisco. $5 suggested donation for those who bring food; $10 just to taste and learn.
18 Reasons favorite Karen Solomon of Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It and Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It is hosting a very special Jam it! Salon for home food DIYers interested in learning how to turn their hobby into an income stream. Elianna Friedman, director of New Taste Marketplace, will talk about existing sales opportunities for home cooks. Christina Oatfield and Janelle Orsi from the Sustainable Economies Law Center will be on hand to discuss cottage food laws, which have been passed in 28 states to make the sale of certain home-made food items legal.
Jam it! Salons are for everyone who has ever home-made condiments, jams, pickles, crafted candies, brewed beverages, boiled bagels, or fermented, well, anything. We get together to show off the splendor we create at home, meet other like-minded crafters, share tips, resources, techniques, and help inspire the community!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=263901256977391