October was a really busy month for us here at Artisan Food Co. We got to meet some pretty great people through interactions on social media, meeting many who passed through the Café - with some making sure to stop and chat with us and of course through our many caterings.
Some of the events we were delighted to cater include; the Cranberry Boot Scoot, The Harvest Moon Gift Market as well as a variety of private events.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone one of you wonderful people who have believed in us, welcomed us, supported us and cheered us on through this incredible month in our journey into wholesome eating. We appreciate and humbly thank you all and know that none of this would be possible without each and every one of you great people.
With all the wonderful encouragement and support we have been given it makes it so rewarding to continue what we believe in and grow to provide you with more unique services. Some of the unique things we started in October include; creating and publishing our first edition of ‘Good Gravy’ with our subscribers growing overwhelmingly since the last release. We’ve also started our line of preserved goods, gift baskets and have introduced gluten free products
We plan to keep up the momentum by bringing you more and more goodies in the future, as well as contests like our Soup Contest which featured Lydia’s favoured Apricot and Red Lentil soup. This soup won her some Artisan Kettle Soup to bring home, along with dinner for two at at one of our Wednesday night dinners!
Stay tuned and in touch with wholesome eating because we have much more up our sleeves - especially with Christmas fast approaching, and around here we LOVE the holiday season!
Best wishes in health & wholeness!
Tanya is a classically trained, Red Seal Chef, and former restauranteur and caterer, with additional studies in Holistic Nutrition and business. Having food as her foundation she continues to build on her interests and knowledge base in the study of the body, mind and brain connection. She now spends her time as a Mom of twins, researcher and writer, while continuing to participate digitally in the culinary world with her company, Artisan Food Co.