Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘artisanal foods’


Marco Paolo Spiced Pumpkin with Burnt Caramel

Marco Paolo Spiced Pumpkin with Burnt Caramel
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  “Spiced pumpkin with burnt caramel.” For us, those words create visions of fall and plant ghost-flavors on the tongue. Spiced pumpkin with burnt caramel is the new fall flavor, along with passionfruit and ginger, from Marco Paolo Chocolates and may be sampled at the Artisanal L. A. fall show at The Reef in downtown […]

Van Leeuwen for Our Dog Days of Summer

Van Leeuwen for Our Dog Days of Summer

New York Magazine gives it a critic rating of 5 out of 5 and says the ice cream appeals to the “impulsive tot who dashes out into traffic after the Good Humor man,” as well as the hormone-free, pasture-raised foodies, and styrofoam and plastic-dissing “politically correct environmentalist.” One may argue that enjoying food that is […]

Holiday Market in Old Pasadena: Calling All Vendors

Holiday Market in Old Pasadena: Calling All Vendors

Artisanal L.A. began four years ago with spring and fall shows featuring creators of edibles from all around the country. The Artisanal Holiday City Market expands on that idea and will be held in Old Pasadena with six vendor areas sprinkled along the streets and along the pedestrian alleys. Apparently, 150 independent businesses and 150 […]

The Secret Fork

The Secret Fork

Are you a local chef, a producer of artisanal foods or a creator of craft? Or, are you someone who likes to sample and purchase foods and handmade goods? The Secret Fork is a community organization with the aim of bringing together artisans—who make jams, breads, sweets, prepared foods and food-related pottery like mugs and bowls—to […]

Summer Pies

Summer Pies

“Bring a knife, an apron, and closed shoes and be ready to work.” If this sounds intriguing, maybe Mother Moo Creamery‘s popular summer pie-making class should be on your “to do” list. At the Moo Kitchen & Barn, students will work with pastry chef Emily Earhart, learning how to make the perfect crust and “how to […]

Bea’s Knees

Bea’s Knees

It’s in honor of Beatrice Laura Stathatos, wife of Dan Stathatos (founder of Broadway Flowers and STATS Floral Supply), and mother of Dan, Philip, Michael, and Damon, that another new shop has opened: the Bea’s Knees. Besides the renowned Dean & DeLuca out of New York City, Lisa Grabow of Themis Foods intends Bea’s Knees […]

Battlefields to Farmfields

Battlefields to Farmfields

“This is a fabulous cause: meaningful, universal, yet personal,” says Jordi Stringfellow of Jordi & CO event planning. “A wonderful pairing of efforts to help military veterans, as well as to promote artisanal farmers.” On Thursday, June 6th, the Armory will be hosting and screening Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields. This operation is working to […]

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