Who’s your Mama?
My friends gave me the nickname years ago….
Mama in the gluten free world since 1997:
a gluten free pioneer, pie baker, PCC cooking instructor, gluten free diet guide, cookbook author, camp cook, Gluten Intolerance Group board member, food blogger, gluten free recipes from James Beard award winners.
Visit and sample Mama K’s treats at the Magnolia Farmers Market beginning June 1st and help us answer the next question:
Your feedback will help us figure that out.
I’ll be bringing: gluten-free pizza crust/flatbread, granola, apple hand pies, breakfast breads + stop by for a taste
And here is the big deal:
We are a dedicated gluten free facility and celiac friendly
Magnolia Farmers Market opens Saturday, June 1st with many new vendors joining this thriving, community gathering spot.
(Saturdays, June – September, 10am-2pm)
I will find out which of these vendors offer good GF possibilities.
Magnolia Farmers Market New Vendors This Year Include:
Caravan Crepes – Each tasty morsel is made in-house with a commitment to using the freshest ingredients, including: french lentils, pistachio pesto,and mozzarella savory, and Cara Cara orange curd sweet crepes. Also featuring gluten free teff crepes.
El Chito – Seattle’s best Tamales!
Golden Ratio Gourmet – bottled marinade, dipping and finishing sauce all made by a Magnolia resident.
Got Soup –Soups from seasonal, Washington ingredients, frozen in quart size containers.
Hedlin Farms – Heirloom tomatoes and veggies from the fertile Skagit Valley – a 4th-Generation-Farm.
Jarvis Growers – A dozen different varieties of garlic, from hot to mild and everything in between, grown on the Olympic Peninsula.
Knife Sharpener Guy-get your kitchen knives (garden tools, too) sharpened while you wait!
Mama K’s Gluten Free Bakery – Magnolia resident and a cottage-industry: gluten-free pizza crust/flatbread, granola, apple hand pies, breakfast breads
Present Tense Farm – Veggies, greens, melons, heirloom tomatoes, summer squash, winter squash, all from Snohomish County.
R Heritage Farm – Heritage breed chickens, turkeys, eggs, and Berkshire pork, all from Gold Bar, WA.
River Farm – Organic herbs, peppers, tomatoes , melons, eggplant, onions, summer squash, corn, lettuce, and cabbage from Ellensburg, WA.
Snohomish Bakery – Baguettes, rye, fougasse, and sour dough breads. Also featuring croissants, muffins, pastries, and macaroons.
Teya’s Pastries & Cakes –A cottage Baker making assorted pastries, cakes, and cookies.
Tieton Farm & Creamery – Goat and sheep’s milk artisan farmstead cheeses; chevre, washed rind goat and sheeps milk cheeses, feta, and halloumi (blended goat and sheep cheese that’s great grilled)!
Twin Oaks Creamery – Cow and goat milk, cheddars, Romano, brie, blues, feta, camembert.
Whidbey Island Ice Cream – Handmade chocolate covered ice cream bars, using local berries, fruits, and cream sourced from local farms. Pints available, too.
White Heron Vinyard (growing their own grapes at Mariposa Vinyard) with Chardonnay, Arvine, Merlot and Sweet Roussanne from Quincy, WA.
Youngquist Farm – Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries from Skagit County.
No matter the time of year, pulled pork is one of my frequent Default Dinners—something that doesn’t take a lot of labor to prepare and everyone in the family loves it. It’s one of those meals they get excited about when they ask What’s for Dinner? read more…
It’s a crazy baking frenzy around here as we prepare for the upcoming Pike Place Market artisanal food and beverage event.
We hope you will be able to join us!
April 19th, Pike Place Market Arcade Lights, proceeds from this event benefit the Pike Market Senior Center and other foundation charities. Tickets
We will feature our new apple hand pies and other items to savor:
Soon I will post an events page once all the paperwork is complete on our 2013 schedule. Hopefully you will have the opportunity to taste many of Mama K’s Gluten Free Bakery items at these events. On the evening of April 19th we are participating in the 4th Arcade Lights fundraising event for the Pike Place Market Foundation, a non-profit that supports crucial social services including Pike Market Child Care & Preschool, the Pike Market Medical Clinic, the Pike Market Senior Center, and the Downtown Food Bank. You will have a chance to taste and sip your way through the market.