Yesterday I spoke about my time at last week’s Savor Dallas’ events. You would think after eating so much food I would be on a salad diet, but then you would be wrong.
On Sunday, I attended the Urban Bazaar hosted by Little D Markets. Luckily, the Bazaar was not just about food, but it had its share.
If you have been following my instagram pages- both my personal and my photography page, you would have an idea that I have been shooting a few images for an upcoming Dallas based restaurant, Gather Kitchen. They were participating in the Bazaar and wanted me to take a few pictures for them at the event. I am really excited for them and they have an interesting concept lined up. Once they open, I will share more details about their restaurant, for now you can check the pictures from the event.
The ladies behind Gather Kitchen setting up their beautiful display of gluten free, paleo friendly desserts.
The best part of the week (besides all that food) was that I got to meet a lot of small business owners- people passionate about their trade and working hard to make a name. There is so much talent all around. Along with the pictures I have tried to include business details of the people whose work is showcased and I encourage you to have a look at their products.
The delicious spread by Gimme Emporium. After taste testing, we brought home some blueberry scones and a jar of ghost pepper salsa.
Jewelry by Katherine Bleu
I had my eye on that bracelet. Katherine is a very sweet lady and you can get in touch with her on facebook for her products.
Herbal, handcrafted skincare by Prairie Bloom
The talent behind Erin West Ceramics.
Hand-formed, stamped, and glazed ceramics from lemonglazeceramics.com
Mugs by Sushi and Queso designs
More creative stuff from Sushi and Queso designs
Handmade woodworking by Coombswood.com
If you get the chance you must eat Kessler Pie Co.’s lemon cheesecake jar. I could have jars and jars of it and not regret one bit. You can order them online here.
I also got to attend Sandwich Hag’s pop up on Saturday. They make the most amazing Ginger Chicken banh mi and if you get the chance to attend any of their pop ups please do not miss it. You can read more about their sandwiches here.
Last but not the least, if you are in the Dallas area I hope you have visited the Dallas Farmers’ Market. Though the vendors keep changing last week I got to try Savoy Sorbet, The Good Temptations, The Proper Baking Company and D’s Sourdough and they all sell some amazing stuff.
For more of my photographs from the pop up and my week of food you can check out my Photography Facebook page.