Sand City’s favorite market is gearing up to celebrate Valentine’s Day. What better way to celebrate love than with quince—the forbidden fruit of the Garden of Eden? Come join the fun.
Please join me at the coolest farmers’ market on the Peninsula for a holiday celebration and gift-buying extravaganza the first Thursday of December at 600 Ortiz Ave. in Sand City. Pick up a jar of my artisan quince preserves, a … Continue reading
Sip, Savor, Shop and Celebrate at the inaugural “Holiday Bazaar” at Holman Ranch Join Hunter Lowder from Holman Ranch, Nancy Rohan from Paradise Catering and Linda Jacobs from Casa del Soul as they host the inaugural “Holiday Bazaar” at Holman … Continue reading
What’s Going on in October at Everyone’s Harvest Certified Farmers’ Markets Healthy Interactive Cooking Workshops Come into Everyone’s Harvest outdoor kitchen at the Farmers’ Market and prepare a healthy, farm-fresh meal with your family and a chef. … Continue reading
Again this summer, the gals at Pomegranates in Cranston, Rhode Island and I teamed up to sell yummy, vegetarian (mostly vegan) Armenian-Middle Eastern dips, salads, and savories at the Aquidneck Growers Markets in Newport. We are really enjoying our customers … Continue reading
Last Saturday, along with two greater Los Angeles chefs, I judged a Yalanchi Sarma Contest at the Armenian Food Festival in Montebello, California. Five home cooks submitted their homemade vegan rice-stuffed grape leaves. Each offering was judged on presentation, texture, … Continue reading
The first ten people to join me in learning how to prepare one of Simply Armenian’s easiest and most delicious salads will get a coupon for $10 market bucks from Everyone’s Harvest to spend at the market! http://everyonesharvest.org/ Sunday, May … Continue reading
Join me for a deliciously fun day at the Armenian Food Fair & Festival at Holy Cross Cathedral, 900 West Lincoln Ave., Montebello, CA. The bazaar starts at noon. Lots of food, games( with P4RGaming services), contests, music, and even … Continue reading