I’m so sorry folks, I’ve been swamped here over the weekend building a website for a really great local farmer whom I’ll be sharing with you in the New Year!
So, my last giveaway will be postponed for a little bit, but no worries, today I want to talk about www.foodzie.com!
So what is foodzie? A website dedicated to selling foods and gifts made and produced by local artisans. A pretty exciting site to meet artisans dedicated to making homemade, organic, and sustainable products. I’m sure you’ll find the perfect Christmas gift for any foodie or localvore!
Take a look at my sidebar for some of my favorite items on foodzie.com!
There are all sorts of items ranging from organic/fair trade, chocolate, tea, and coffee. You’ll find locally produced fermented kimchi, raw honey, spices, grass fed beef and so much more! As you can tell, any foodie’s dream!
Boston: The Food Project has a goal to build a sustainable food system. They work each year with over 140 teens and thousands of volunteers to grow nearly a quarter-million pounds of food outside of Boston. They also strive to develop a new generation of leaders by placing teens in unusually responsible roles, with deeply meaningful work. http://thefoodproject.org
So you’re not only directly supporting great small food companies, you’re helping their communities. Now that’s “happy eating!”
So I encourage you to check out foodzie.com for that special Christmas gift!
So now without further ado, the winner of Aunt Else’s ableskiver mix and cast iron ableskiver pan (also a producer on foodzie.com) goes to comment number 76!
Janel! You won! Janel said…
would love this because i’ve never heard of aebleskivers and they look yummy and easy to make with this pan! would make a great gift for a foodie!
Congrats Janel, email me your address and expect your gift set soon 🙂