Saturday, April 07, 2012

Celebrating Local Artisans and Flavors‏

Taste Signature Foods from Local Producers
Saturday, April 7, from 12pm to 4pm 
Columbus Circle
10 Columbus Circle

Baked Ideas
Picture a bakery where imagination is the main ingredient. In Patti Paige's kitchen, artisans form their own cookie cutters and mix custom icings for delectable handmade treats.
Dolce Nonna
You can taste the love in Gisella Civale's locally made Italian antipasti. It combines fresh seasonal vegetables with heirloom recipes, all inspired by her Grandmother Maria's victory garden.
Early Bird Foods
Say good morning to sweet and salty pleasure! This crunchy, wholesome granola is baked in tiny batches by Nekisia Davis, using all-natural grains, pure olive oils – and lots of love.
Emily's Homemade
Brooklyn baker Emily Sigall combines creative artistry with a love of all things sweet. Her cookies are handcrafted using the best ingredients from organic and artisanal purveyors.
Discover luscious pound cakes and shortbreads from a whimsical Japanese dessert bar where artisans use tofu to create award-winning sweet and savory treats.
Monte's Ham
Taste the old-fashioned goodness of all-natural, hickory-smoked hams and handcrafted organic glazes from local artisans. A portion of every sale benefits programs that help fight hunger.
One Girl Cookies
One bite of Dawn Casale's handmade treats will explain why these nostalgic delights are called "whoopee pies". Taste two of her most luscious flavors: chocolate and pumpkin.
The Redhead
NYC legend has it that everything's better with bacon – especially The Redhead's famous peanut brittle. This savory-sweet treat is made with a combo of bacon, nuts, maple syrup and spices.
Rogue Confections
Savor the luscious art and soul of Sherri Adler's handmade Belgian chocolate mini pops and cupcake toppers, all decorated with colorful images inspired by vintage textiles, wallpapers and greeting cards.
The Saucey Sauce Co
Explore the flavors of Vietnam as you taste a medley of Southeast Asian dipping sauces. They're made in Brooklyn with lots of love and the finest local ingredients.