Dec 11 2011
Artisanal LA Holiday Pop-Up Shop Armory Pasadena @ArtisanalLA
 

Update: Here’s some pictures from the event which took place today:

 

Artisanal LA Holiday Pop-Up Shop

Sunday, December 11, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PT)

Pasadena, CA

ArtisanalLA and AUFM vendors will be featured at a popup store at the Armory for one day only! This is a major foodie event, so come on down to see what folks have cooked up for you for the holidays! There will be about 50 vendors on both floors of the Armory. Too fun!

Skip the lines and guarantee entry to our Holiday Pop-Up Shop with a pre-sale ticket!

Complimentary collectible tote bag for the first 500 pre-sale ticket holders!

your $5 admission includes…

  • more than 50 local artisanal vendors to sample and shop
  • demos and workshops from the institute of domestic technology
  • organic spirit and craft beer tasting
  • complimentary beverages
  • fun giveaways

*** SHOP LOCAL THIS HOLIDAY SEASON ***

at the

 ARTISANAL LA HOLIDAY POP-UP SHOP 


featuring the ALTADENA URBAN UNDERGROUND FARMERS MARKET 

and THE INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC TECHNOLOGY 

 

Browse, sample and shop from more than 50 of the city’s best local food artisans at our Holiday Pop-Up Shop in Old Town Pasadena! Take part in workshops and demos hosted by the Institute of Domestic Technology: https://instituteofdomestictechnology.com/

One Day Only!   ::   Sunday, December 11th   ::   10a – 6p   ::   $5 Admission

Tote Bags for the First 500 Pre-Sale Eventbrite Ticket Buyers   ::   Cash at the Door

Your $5 entry includes tote bags for the first 500 attendees, hosted drinks, craft beer and organic spirits tasting, and workshops hosted by the Institute of Domestic Technology!

Partial proceeds benefit the Armory Center for the Arts.

 

*** ARTISANAL LA VENDORS (Level 1) ***

AF2 Chocolatiers aka auntie fruf’s aahsome fudge

All Spice Cafe

BareBlendz

Cast Iron Gourmet
Crème Caramel LA
David’s Unforgettables
Domestic Doll
Earl’s Gone Wild
fruit + flour
Homegirl Industries
I Heart Pies
jenkins jellies
Kings Road Apothecary
Lady Chocolatier
Lalun Naturals, Inc.
Laura Ann’s Jams
Medina Chocolatier
Migliore Gourmet Food
Morning Glory Confections
Mother Moo Creamery
nicobella organics
Orgasmo de la Boca
Papa Steve’s No Junk Protein Bars

Plush Puffs Gourmet Marshmallows

San Angel Mole

SoNo Trading Co

SQIRL Preserves

Sweet Dreamery Desserts

The Elegant Gift

The Olive Press

Velvet Rope Bake Shop

Wallace Comestibles

Z Confections

 

*** ALTADENA URBAN UNDERGROUND FARMERS MARKET VENDORS (Level 2) ***

Dee Dee’s Jams

Robin Goodfellow SoapWorks

HomeBody Botanicals

Pine Street Products

Ginger Nut Granola

Chaparral Mountain Honey Co

Jabberwocky Foods

Authentic Scandinavian Goodies

Dr. Hall’s Mercantile

Baker Goddess

The Baker’s Mark

Bread Bakers Collective

Ardenwoods Edibles

Culture Club 101

Arroyo Produce Swap Table

Arroyo Time Bank

 

GO METRO!  

The Armory Center for the Arts is a short walk from the Gold Line’s Memorial Park Station.

Holiday 2011 Schedule

Take a break from shopping with one of our demos and workshops presented by Joseph Shuldiner’s Institute of Domestic Technology.

Learn something new about urban homesteading and get inspired to make edible holiday gifts of your own at home.

 

11am {Making Harissa}

Erik Knutzen of Root Simple will demonstrate how to make harissa, a north African hot sauce, and how to make a small stove out of a Pepsi can so you can keep on cooking during the zombie apocalypse!

12pm {Home Beer Crafting}

Daniel Kent will demystify the process of home-brewing. This class will include a simple discussion about equipment, process and sources enabling you to be your own home brewmaster.

1pm {Winter Pickling}

Laurie Dill and Karen Hobart will demonstrate making pickled winter squash at home.

3pm {Mariposa Creamery}

Steve Rudicel and Gloria Putnam will discuss and share their experiences raising goats and making cheese in Altadena since 2009. Their mold-ripened goat cheese “Mariposa Bijou” won a Gold Medal at in the International Dairy Competition at the Los Angeles County Fair in 2010.

5pm {Easy Lemon Sorbet}

Karen Klemens of Mother Moo Creamery in Sierra Madre will demonstrate making an artisanal lemon sorbet in a home food processor. She will cover how to locally source fruit and other organic ingredients but, most importantly, there will be plenty of tasting samples!

 

 

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