Eat Boutique Holiday Market Tickets


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You are all very sneaky, in the best possible way. Quite inadvertently, I launched the tickets for the Eat Boutique Holiday Market a few days back. I was writing and just pushed publish and the tickets went on sale and then you started registering for the Market. Several hundred tickets have already been snatched up! Thanks for being so excited about this big event.

To be quite honest, I’ve never gathered 30 food makers, 10 drink makers and 9 cookbook authors in one place before, so I would be lying to say that there aren’t butterflies. They’re whizzing about in my belly. But the shots of homemade Limoncello are working and it’s also very wonderful to think about the fun afternoon that awaits us. I hope you can come.

Over the next few weeks, you’ll see posts about the cookbook authors, the food and drink makers, and, equally important, several of the creative artisans also participating in the event like the Urban Grape, Ana Sortun Chef Set, America’s Test Kitchen, Shoestring Magazine and more. There will be giveaways and a few surprises.  For those of you far away from Boston, I hope you don’t mind all the posts about the Holiday Market (maybe you can make a road trip for our Spring gathering?). Either way, stick with us because the Market will be here be here and gone before you know it and we’ll continue with business as usual:    great recipes and food gift ideas to help you eat boutique wherever you are!

In addition to all that, I will also finally share my dinner at Noma in Copenhagen earlier this year. Heidi Murphy (White Loft Studio) came along and it was such a beautiful experience.  And, I can finally say that Eat Boutique was hired to help with a big event at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and the food was so beautiful!  Stay tuned for those pictures, too.

So the {cute Internet} cat {who paws up at the screen} is finally out of the proverbial bag. The tickets for the Eat Boutique Holiday Market are now on sale and there aren’t many VIP tickets left, so register while you can today.  I’ll be  there (of course!)  sampling and selling our favorite and best-selling gourmet food items hand-picked from makers from across the USA.

All photos styled and taken by Heidi Murphy/White Loft Studio, except for the Urban Grape photo and the Coffee Trike photo.

Eat Boutique was an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista – an author, business guide and alignment seeker. After hosting retail markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie now supports entrepreneurs as they create values-based businesses through We Are Magic StudioFollow Maggie Battista on Instagram.