Eat Boutique Markets: Are You a Maker?

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The Eat Boutique Fall Market was just a few weeks ago and I already miss all of you – thank goodness for these pretty photo memories! I’ve had some amazing feedback on our last event and hope to answer some of your deepest food gift desires at our upcoming event in December.

I’m dreaming about {and studiously planning for} the Eat Boutique Holiday Market. We have a wonderful line up of participating makers and posts on all of them will pepper into the blog over the course of October and November. (We also have some AMAZING cookbook authors – we’ll surprise you with those names soon!) As we round out our participants, I wanted to talk a bit about what we seek when we craft our maker program.

I believe you know that I am a big fan of delicious food that looks just… beautiful. Taste is crucial but food design and packaging is just as critical. This matters because money is precious. Food fans want to spend whatever money they have on something that feels very special, something that will look good in the kitchen or that delights a gift recipient. Oh, and as the tastemaker in your social circle, you need to be clued into the best looking stuff!

I love my food community and I’m grateful that I get to know makers all over New England and, really, across the world. I love gathering favorite makers to a Market, but I truly aim to mix it up in order to share new discoveries. There are so many hidden gems, artisans who just want to put their craft out there, get a bit of feedback and make their living from their passion. It’s our job, and my personal mission, to celebrate those folks.

With that in mind, I’m calling all amateur food and drink makers.

I’m whispering in your ear.

I’m sitting on your shoulder telling you to “just do it”…

Have you been told that you make the best granola bars? Do your homemade bitters make friends weep into their delicious cocktails? Do locals buy up your homemade candy at your local farmers market but you’ve been weary to take your craft to the big city? We’d love to sample your food and, perhaps, invite you to the Holiday Market.

So do this: Just email me  or fill in our maker form. I look forward to getting to know you. 🙂

Big thanks to Katie Kiely and Janet of Jute Marketing for sharing their wonderful photos of the Eat Boutique Fall Market!

All photos taken by Katie Kiely/Kiely Photography  and Jute Marketing.

Eat Boutique discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share recipes, maker stories and city guides to eating boutique. We host tasting events and markets for food makers, cookbook authors and food fans.  We craft seasonal, regional gift and tasting boxes and sell individual items that you can  order today.

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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