Excited to finally be able to share that we will be a vendor at the Boston Public Market, opening this July! We were invited last Fall, so it's been a long time in the planning and we had to keep it under wraps, till now.
Can scroll to us on the BPM vendors page: http://bostonpublicmarket.org/vendors.php
(Yes, it's amusing to be listed between a charcuterie shop and the piglets from another meat shop. At the market, our stall is actually sandwiched between two farms.)
The first press release: http://bostonpublicmarket.org/entry.php?id=74
It will be a tight space but we'll still offer a wide selection.
For breakfast we'll do bagels, shakshuka, and sabih.
For lunch we'll also have falafel, shawarma, and some of our specialty salads pre-packaged (all still prepared in Newton).
We will serve hot soups, including chicken soup, and have a freezer stocked with soups, pot pies, blintzes, and other entrees.
Everything that is possible to source locally, will be. We'll hopefully find a way to preserve the seasons tomatoes and other veggies in their prime, to be enjoyed in shakshuka year-round.
Not doing our cold cuts as there will be a pastrami vendor, and while we cure our own it's still not local. We'll continue using Kosher meat and poultry, though not doing any beef items at the market -- might add our Kofta later.
Can't wait for Summer!