Just a quick update to let you know of two upcoming events this week for myself and The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread.
First up is tonight at the Farmers’ Market at the Village, the Wednesday Evening SupperMarket. This is a brand new summer-driven event previewed tonight on the grounds of the Niagara Historical Society & Museum (located at 43 Castlereagh St in Niagara-on-the-Lake). The market itself is from 4 to 8pm, and I’ll be there from 4:30 to 7:30pm. But don’t come for me! (Well, do say hi, but there is much more there for you!)
Loads of fresh vegetables and fruits, many at the peak of their season (garlic scapes, rhubarb, strawberries, and more). There will be some veg-based food options available and treats and desserts, too. In fact, you’ll be hearing a LOT more about this soon… I’ll keep you posted on how I’ll be involved.
But for tonight, I’m involved in another way!
Part of the Farmers’ Market @ the Village is the integration of highlighting a 100-Mile Author. They’ll have an author from the region there every week, basically doing some Q & A, selling books, and talking with folks about food (I’m not sure if the third part is criteria, but I am sure that is what I will be doing). And I’ll be there tonight! So come say hello, okay?
One thing to note: don’t come without your wallet. Though there are plenty of produce vendors that you’ll want hit up to snag a few ideas for dinner, there are non-food vendors as well that will lure you in, such as Garden City Essentials’ all natural soaps. And then you’ll stick around for the music — yes, there is music, too — with Peter Shea and Juliet Dunn.