We were able to showcase our gourmet hot sauces, dry rubs/seasonings, and fiery sweet-heat popcorns. There was fantastic response to all of our products and we got to meet wonderful food enthusiasts and vendors from the local area. JD was even interviewed by an Italian journalist.
We had locally grown (Ventura County) Bhut Jolokia Ghost Peppers on display (thanks Red Hot Foods!) to help us explain the hottest pepper in the world that we use in some of our products. We even Sold Out of our Ghost Pepper Sauce.
We can’t wait to do this event again. Nice job Shawna, Alyx, and crew at Artisanal LA!
Here are just a few of the friendly vendors that we shared the great weekend with (we know we are forgetting many):
All Jarred Up – Grape Pie! In a Jar!
Bernod – Organic Cotton Candy (they were testing a Jalapeno Cotton Candy!)
Cafe de Leche – Single cup brews got us through the day!
Cast Iron Gourmet – Small batch bacon and candied bacon trail mix
Chicks with Knives – Very tasty Perishable Pickles
Gotta Have Smore – All the flavors of a smore in a cupcake!
Home Girl Cafe – Awesome carnitas tacos with habanero-apple slaw
Lemon Bird Jams – Small batch, handmade unique jams & syrups
Lindy & Grundy – Sustainable butcher shop coming to L.A. this Dec – We can’t wait!
Marina Elana’s Authentic Latino – Certified Organic Horchata and Jamaica drinks
Miss Fruit Fly – Hand crafted tea towels with inspiration
San Angel Mole – Mole like Grandma used to make
Sauce Goddess – Very tasty BBQ sauces and rubs
Sweet Dreamery Desserts – Artisan scratch bakery
That’s a Nice! – Traditional Italian Pastas and Sauces