Local Favorites and a Classic



A hometown favorite for us, these culinary sugars are elegant, decadent, but so versatile and can be used in so many different ways.  We went over the top and used the Ruby Pink Grapefruit Hibiscus as a finishing sugar to the broiled top of our grapefruit.  We have also used them to rim glasses of our specialty drinks from week two.  The possibilities are endless.

La Bella Terre  http://www.labellaterre.com/

Also available at Urban Table Larder http://www.urbantable.com/

Local homegrown and handmade pottery.  These one-of-a-kind  pieces are just gorgeous and have rich and inviting colors, nothing is ever mass produced.  Perfect for any decor, and adding these pieces to a brunch table will really make your event special.  All of Alley’s pieces are glazed, lead free, and food safe.  Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe but she recommends hand washing.


Roots Farm Studio  http://www.etsy.com/shop/rootsfarm    https://www.facebook.com/rootsfarmstudio

Also available at JAM http://www.jamminlifestyle.com/ and limited edition urban table pieces at the Urban Table Larder http://www.urbantable.com/


We are thrilled to be using these Orange Sunshine Bitters and love to bake and cook with them.  Another local fav, we are thrilled when we have the opportunity to go above and beyond the boundaries of just using them in cocktails.  A real treat!

AZ Bitters Lab http://azbitterslab.com/

Available around the valley and at the Urban Table Larder http://www.urbantable.com/


Heather has a documentary approach to photographing food and she has over 20 years experience in the food industry and brings the same passion to her work as a photographer as she did when she was a working chef.  Now, Heather has added her amazing  work to foodstuffs, kitchen decor and market bags. These hand towels will be a great focal point and give a European look to any kitchen.

Heather Gill Photography   http://heathergillphotography.com/

Also available at the urban table larder http://www.urbantable.com/


This is a true classic, a must have in everyone’s cookbook library.  Marion Cunningham, aka Fannie Farmer, has written a book that celebrates the simple pleasures of cooking.  Making the most out of the first meal of the day.  Makes a great gift  for a seasoned chef or someone just starting out in the kitchen.

Barnes and Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/

Amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=