Well, we finally took the plunge and decided to take our show on the road. Minneapolis has long beckoned us to its metal and glass banks, and we realized that we could accomplish this (and meet a lot of great food people) by sticking a toe in the Farmers Market scene.
Once a month, we will be at the beautiful and friendly Kingfield Farmers Market at 4310 Nicollet Ave. in Minneapolis to sell (for now) our salami: up for grabs will be Salamini, Pepperoni, Saucisson Sec, and Chorizo.
Further on down the line, we very well might bring other goodies, such as our smoked fish and smoked meats – as long as we figure out how to keep it cold!
The upcoming dates this year are:
September 21 Cancelled
See you there …
It’s on! Our delivery service is up and running … er, biking – all over downtown, Canal Park, and Park Point. We’ve been delivering an array of sandwiches, specials, and groceries for the past several weeks and it’s working out beautifully: no traffic, no searching for a parking spot, and calves of STEEL.
Give us a call and we will make your Smokehaus dreams come true – on wheels.
We are so excited to be part of the upcoming food/travel book Lake Superior Flavors! Our old friends from the terrific food blog “Heavy Table” have written an epic, exhaustive ode to the food, culture, and people around Lake Superior.
For those of you who frequent the area, you’ll probably get a kick out of all the familiar faces featured in the book (as we did), and for you poor souls who haven’t had a chance to sample the splendiferous shores of the Third Coast – well, you’ll probably be convinced to pay us a visit.
Speaking of visiting, the author James Norton and photographer Becca Dilley will be in Duluth tomorrow to sign copies, and we’re bringing the snacks! Plan on Smoked Lake Trout platters and charcuterie galore.
Be there or be slightly more hungry: The Bookstore at Fitgers, 1:30, Saturday May 6th.