Artisanal LA with a VengeanceApril 18, 2011
The third installment of the wonderfully produced events known as Artisanal LA was another great success! We sold everything we brought, less 15 jars. We even had a number of Angeleno fans show up to restock with mustard!
It had been a while since James and I stood behind a table and sold mustard (since stopping the farmers markets in December), but as soon as we stepped behind the table it all came right back – just like riding a bike or juggling. We were also fortunate to have our good friend (and local) Sasha work the booth with us. He has become a mainstay in our Artisanal show arsenal, selling the crap out of our mustards and being an all around supportive friend (on a side note, he started an amazing online art marketplace called Socurio – check it out if you are into art).
It was also lovely to see some of our friends selling their wares, including:
- Cast Iron Gourmet (for bacon, more bacon, and all things bacon)
- Sugarbird Sweets and Teas (for her delicate teas and scones)
- All Spice Cafe (for their fiery sauces)
- Winnetka Farms (for their knowledge on urban farmsteading)
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