Eat Boutique Potluck with Food in Jars



We’re not really trying to hide our love of canning here at Eat Boutique.  Let’s face it, we can’t seem to help ourselves when it comes to preserving beautiful, seasonal food for future use (Concord Grapes, Lemons, Ramps, to name a few).  So to have the chance to sit down and share a potluck with  Marisa McClellan from  Food in Jars  is a real treat.  Want to join us?

The potluck will be a chance to celebrate Marisa’s new cookbook,  Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round  and we hope you can make it.  The potluck will be from 7-9 pm on Friday, July 20th at Eat Boutique headquarters. If you’d like to attend, please RSVP here!

Marisa’s book will be available for purchase, as will items from Eat Boutique’s array of delicious and delectable artisanal goods. A pretty incredible combo, we think. If you have a copy of Marisa’s book, you’re also welcome to bring it with you for signing.

All photos styled by Amy McCoy at her Tiny Farmhouse and taken by Maggie Battista.

Eat Boutique is an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista. After hosting pop-up markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie is now focused on opening her first permanent Eat Boutique​–​a food​-​retail concept space ​with a new way to the very best food. Her second cookbook, A New Way to Food: Recipes That Revamped My Pantry & Made Me Love Me, At Last, will be published by Roost Books/Penguin Random House in 2019. Her first cookbook, Food Gift Love, features more than 100 food gift recipes to make, wrap, and share and is available wherever you find favorite cookbooks.

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  • Meg

    Those teacups are all so lovely!

  • Yvonne

    Can I please purchase some of your preserved Ramps ? We cannot get them here in Florida. Very sad the state of produce in this state !