October always surprises us. Yes, we know that one of our biggest events of the year (the French Country Flea Market) is scheduled. After surviving that we expect the month to be our last deep breath before the holiday season really kicks into gear. This year however we have had some wonderful and unexpected opportunities…
The French Country Flea Market this year was beyond extraordinary as the chalk paint and decorating legend herself, Annie Sloan, participated (and I have to say, she is delightful). Annie crossed the pond and joined us in person for the two incredibly warm days of the market. The following Monday she taught a workshop at Sweet South Cottage. When Sweet South asked us to cater that luncheon- we were thrilled. We were also delighted to meet Diane Henkler of the blog InMyOwnStyle.com and she happened to mention us in her post about coming to the event (thank you Diane!) (and click here to read her post).
If you receive the Tallahassee Democrat… you may have noticed an article on the front page of our local section today(find the article here). Special thanks to Rochelle Koff for taking the time to write about KitchenAble. If you haven’t visited her blog yet, Tallahassee Table (click here to read her post) , we recommend you do so to find out more about the local food scene.
This Sunday we hope to see you at the Chopped Jr. event being hosted at The Moon to benefit Whole Child Leon, we are a sponsor and will be participating in the restaurant challenge!
And, finally there is one more bit of very exciting news that we will be announcing next week. It is almost official enough to share but you’ll have to wait a few more days. Very soon we’ll be letting you know about a very large project we are excited to launch.
Thank you so much for supporting KitchenAble and for joining us in the kitchen.
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Hi Jessica – Thank you for the nice shout out. 🙂 I enjoyed the flea market and the yummy lunch you served in such a chic way. If I ever get back to the Tallahassee area, I will be sure to look you up and see if I can schedule a time to come and visit your cottage for a class or to enjoy a meal with a group of other food lovers.
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