Piermont, NY February 12, 2013: The OUTSIDE IN will host an opportunity to meet, taste and buy artisan foods in a bazaar-style market in their art gallery and greenhouse spaces from 10am-3pm Sunday, March 17th, 2013.
Modeled after the successful Smorgasburg at the Brooklyn Flea, the intent is to grow the businesses of aspiring food craft entrepreneurs by providing a compelling and unique venue to test new dishes, receive customer feedback and build a following.
The OUTSIDE IN's Artisan Food Bazaar will feature a diverse locally sourced selection of savory and sweet items for consumers including artisan and gluten free baked goods, craft beer, brewing supplies, organic spices, charcuterie, Peruvian tapas, crafted cheeses, unfiltered olive oil, soups, chicken pot pies, kimchee biscuits, small batch granola, handmade donuts, honey, fruit leathers, jams, micro-roast coffee and a mixologist created drink unique for the event called The "Bottom's Up" Punch.
Admission is free. Street parking is permissible for the event.
Craft food entrepreneurs & products available @ the OUTSIDE IN during event.
Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Chutney & Pickled Fruit
Anarchy in a Jar, Brooklyn, NY, makes over fourteen varieties of shelf-stable jam, jelly, marmalade, chutney and pickled fruit. The jams are made by hand using all natural produce, mostly from local farmers, with just enough sugar to preserve the fruit and enhance its flavors. Each batch is unique and made with love. Anarchy in a Jar has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Times T Style Magazine, The Martha Stewart Show, Bust magazine, New York magazine, Tasting Table, Serious Eats, Time Out New York, and Edible Brooklyn & Manhattan. http://www.anarchyinajar.com
Biscotti & Cookies
Center For Safety & Change, (formerly Rockland Family Shelter), New City, NY, is a non-profit, grassroots organization, serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes. Through direct services, education, advocacy and coordinated community action, we work to create a community where individuals can live with dignity and equality, free from abuse. All programs are multilingual and culturally sensitive for individuals and families both heterosexual, lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ). They will be preparing biscotti and cookies adapted from their Better Things to Come cookbook. This unique 200-page cookbook will warm your heart as well as satisfy your appetite. It is a unique collection of recipes and stories woven together from over 80 top female chefs around the country. All proceeds from this book benefit the Rockland Family Shelter and other family shelters. http://www.
Small Batch Granola
Granola Lab, Brooklyn, NY, creates exciting, flavorful granola that strikes the ideal sweet-savory balance. It's a better breakfast through (quasi-) science! Granola Lab's inventions are baked in small batches in their Brooklyn laboratory, where ingenuity, experimentation, and all-natural ingredients produce delicious results. The Lab has invented five varieties of granola: Activation Energy - coffee, chocolate and hazelnut granola; Cranberry-Cashew Compound; Elemental Formula - pecan, maple and orange granola; Get Gingersnapping - ginger and molasses granola; Tamarind Fusion - tamarind, banana and walnut granola; Brewers Bar: A chewy-crisp fruit and seed granola bar made with spent grain, the barley malt left over from brewing beer. It's vegan, nut-free, and does not contain alcohol (sad, they know). http://www.granolalab.com
Craft Beer & Brewing Supplies
Growler & Gill, Nanuet, NY, is the perfect destination for devoted beer enthusiasts as well as newcomers to the pleasures of craft beer. In addition to sixteen taps and over 500 bottles of craft beer from around the world they are home to a very satisfying pub menu. Their establishment is aptly named; you're invited to sample their selections on-premise in a "gill"-the British equivalent of a 4-ounce glass and fill up a "growler," a 64-ounce glass refillable jug. Not surprisingly, the bar menu was created with beer in mind- a delicious twist on traditional pub fare that pairs perfectly with every craft beer served. Stop in and visit to see what the buzz is about and why Growler & Gill's is becoming the destination of choice for craft beer lovers in the Tri-state area. Growler & Gill carries home brewing equipment kits, which contain everything a beginner brewer needs to make beer except bottles and caps. Growler and Gills is a unique hybrid: Part craft beer bar and part retail establishment. http://
Donuts Handmade from Scratch
Gypsy Donut, Nyack & Piermont, NY, is the result of several years of planning by a group of friends with one goal-to create incredibly delicious, well-made and high-quality artisan donuts. Donuts, both cake and yeast-raised, are in the handcrafted, locavore-style: salted caramel; fig with merlot glaze; orange cream with plum glaze; chocolate ganache with peanut-butter-and-cream-cheese frosting; raspberry with pistachios; and cardamom-and-rose-water soaked. Everything they do is from scratch. When they make a donut with marshmallow fluff, they make the fluff themselves. Likewise with caramel, fruits, pastry creams and so on. There are no mixes used at Gypsy, no pre-made batters and no preservatives.
Fruit Leathers, Jams & Relishes
Heat Sweets, Brewster, NY, is known for their fruit leathers. Fruit leather is commonly made from fruit puree that has been dried to create a very delicious, almost jelly like, snack. Heat Sweets is an all-natural, truly unique fruit leather made with the whole fruit. There are no preservatives or other additives or fillers. Mild or hot, people, including kids, cannot get enough. Started by two friends, both with the love of cooking and a fondness for hot peppers, armed with knowledge of all natural foods used their creative juices to develop a unique and outrageously delicious fruit leather snack called Heat Sweets. http://heatsweets.
From the Beehive to You!
Gluten Free Baked Goods, Charcuterie & Marmalade
Humbled Pie gf Bake House, New City NY, is a farmer's market and wholesale purveyor of gluten free baked goods. Tamika Adjemian has developed gluten, corn, oat, xanthan free, celiac safe baked goods and is currently working on a gluten free cookbook that will contain some vegan and grain free recipes. Tamika also owns Belle Jar Preserves, a small line of Hudson Valley Fruit, organic jams and marmalades. She teaches canning and food preservation, from jam to pickle to fermentation and simple meat curing techniques. This spring she will begin a series of gluten free baking classes in the Rockland area. http://bellejarcanning.com/
Kimchee & Kimchee Biscuits
Kimcheelicious, Brooklyn, NY, is an eCookbook (and a companion app) that you can use on your laptop, iPad, or tablet. It shows you several ways of making kimchi at home, and how best to use it as an ingredient in mouth-watering meals-fresh or dried and ground into a powder. Tony Limuaco developed Kimcheelicious to give this Korean pickle a proper place at the American table and grill by exploring innovative ways of combining traditional Asian fermented foods with the way we Americans cook and eat. This first ePUB cookbook focuses on making Korean tapas, small savory side dishes eaten for casual dining. Kimchee is a semi-raw fermented food-rich in vitamins and beneficial microbes (probiotics). It has an intense savory flavor that pairs well with meats, seafood, fine cheeses, wine and beer. In Korea it's an essential part of every meal. http://www.kimcheelicious.com
Greek Olive Oil, Kalamata Olives & Olive Paste
Kontoulis Family Olive Oils, Larchmont, NY, are premium Greek extra-virgin olive oils that are deep green in color, fragrant with the light aroma of fresh raw olives, rich and fruity and have a smooth, savory taste that enhances the flavor of every meal. Pour it on your favorite salads, vegetables, meats, seafood, soups and pastas. The oil is is 100% natural olive juice, with no additives, no preservatives, or mixtures of lower grade olive oils. You may notice a little sediment at the bottom of the bottle, which is quite normal for unfiltered cold pressed un-heated raw olive oil. It is 100% natural, retaining its full nutritional value. Kontoulis family's olive oil comes from the village of Strefi in the fertile plain of Messinia. The area has a long tradition in the production of high quality olive oil with low acidity. The Kontoulis family also produces succulent, black tree-ripened Kalamata olives and an Olive Puree (Olive Spread) both are perfect for spicing up any appetizer or salad with their rich, smooth flavors. Their all-natural spread is made from our their very own Kalamata olives and has the same great flavor as our olive oil!!! http://kontoulisfamily.com
Peruvian & Latin American Tapas
Soups & Chicken Pot Pies
Mimi's Plate, Tappan, NY, is an intimate space, dedicated to the natural simplicity and goodness of fresh food. An appreciation of organic and locally grown produce and products are the very foundation of Mimi's Plate. Owner Mimi Platas-appropriately, "plate" in Spanish-has dedicated over 25 years to learning about all aspects of cooking, focusing on a fresh simple approach to food. Her love of food and her industry knowledge have made her a highly in-demand chef, caterer, and manager with clients all over New York. http://mimisplate.com
The "Bottoms Up" Punch
Small Batch Locally Roasted Coffee
Craft Cow & Goat Cheeses
Hudson Valley Steel Cut Oats
Wild Hive Farm, Clinton Corners, NY, was founded to promote sustainable agriculture in the Hudson Valley by promoting grain based local agriculture. This mission is born out of the local food movement and Wild Hive is committed to the production of locally grown and milled high quality flour. Wild Hive operations include a stone milled flour and bakery operation. In the past three years, it has expanded to include a farm to table café and local food store and an increase in milling and baking production. The driving philosophy is to make and sell quality food from local ingredients. Wild Hive has received considerable recognition for its flour, which is milled in small batches from organic grain purchased from local and regional farmers. Wild Hive is significantly different from other flours in that it is fresher, with a taste and quality difference is appreciable and is highly regarded by top chefs and "locavores" who prefer to cook and eat high quality locally sourced ingredients.http://www.