Artisan Specialty Food Purveyors Dish Up Incredible Edibles
Photo courtesy of Skylake Ranch.
Fans of true artisan-produced food know it simply doesn’t get any better than the gourmet specialty food at Menlo Summerfest, Menlo Park’s annual gourmet extravaganza, July 21–22 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Santa Cruz Avenue.
Artisan-crafted foods are prepared in small batches from personally-nurtured recipes, often from scratch using the world’s finest ingredients.
For festivalgoers, it’s the perfect opportunity to sample and purchase these incredible edibles—as well as meet and chat with the actual producers—while strolling and savoring a world-class event.
Artisan food purveyors include:
SHAMPA’S PIE SHOP
… delicious french-style pastry crusts made without lard or hydrogenated oils. Their fruit pie fillings are made from seasonally available, locally grown, organic or natural fruits. Their sweet potato pie is made from organic sweet potatoes and pecan pie is made from natural pecans grown in the Central Valley.
… loose leaf teas, sugars, dried fruits and nuts, spice blends, salts, and peppers.
NOT YER MOMMA’S
… delicious handmade, homespun granola – non-GMO ingredients - real food for your real life.
… custom infused balsamic vinaigrettes, balsamics, maple syrup and oils (formerly Tres Classique).
... mustard blends, curds and scone mixes, marinades and finishing sauces, exotic jams and jellies, honey and honey products, butters and chutneys, vinaigrettes and dressings.
… California-grown gourmet pomegranate products –– fresh-squeezed juice, balsamic vinegar, marinade, balsamic grill sauce, fruit spread, syrup, grenadine.