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Chocolate and Waffles!

Chocolate Salvation!

With luscious truffles, and this year luscious chocolate bars, too, Cheryl Ames of Sweet Salvation Truffles offers melt-in-your-mouth chocolate treats. Made from milk chocolate and dark chocolate, and flavored with coconut or mint, orange tangerine or raspberry, rum or hazelnut praline or Aztec Kick, there is a chocolate truffle to match your tastes. And this year, Cheryl brings her milk chocolate and dark chocolate bars as well. All gluten-free. Spurred to create her own chocolate treat when her grandmother chose not to share a coveted Christmas box of chocolate-covered cherries, a young Cheryl became a confectionary prodigy. As Cheryl grew up, so did her techniques. Her passion progressed over the years through reading, participating in local confectionary courses, and experimenting with ingredients and recipes. Stop by Cheryl’s table and see what flavor she can match you up with!

Belgian Waffles at the Market!
At Waffatopia, caramelized Belgian waffles are made from scratch in their artisan kitchen by owners Brian and Andrea Polizzi, who first experienced this centuries-old street treat in Brussels. Using King Arthur flours and Cabot real dairy products, Waffatopia creates a natural, yeast-fermented dough (not poured batter), which gives a hearty bread texture. Belgian pearl sugar is imported from Europe and gives a distinctive, mildly sweet, caramelized flavor that requires no additional syrups or toppings. Flavors: classic cinnamon and vanilla, chocolate stuffed waffle, maple bacon (a customer favorite!), and seasonal summer waffle lemon blueberry…real blueberries with a tart lemon kicker!

Next Week…Buy a Book, Get a Bag!
At next Thursday’s Market, August 21, buy either a copy of Philadelphia’s Chef Table ($18) or Chickens in Five Minutes a Day ($15) at the Market Manager’s Table, and you’ll get a Media Farmers Market recycled-cotton canvas shopping for free! AND there’s more…cookbook author April White will be at next Thursday’s Market from 4 to 6 p.m. ready to sign those books, and talk Philadelphia chefs and raising chickens!

April has more than a decade of experience writing about food – from recipes and restaurants, to farming and artisanal production, to food as tradition, health, business, politics and more – and collaborating with talented chefs and artisans. She authored Latin Evolution, the debut cookbook of Iron Chef Jose Garces. April is also the former food editor for Philadelphia magazine; has reported on food and travel trends for publications including Food & WineEvery Day with Rachael Ray, and US Airways magazine; and has worked as a recipe developer for Philadelphia magazine and Charlotte magazine. April has appeared on many local and national radio and television networks, including the Food Network and CBS National Radio. She has served as a James Beard Award judge and has received multiple awards from the City and Regional Magazine Association for her food writing.

Playing at the Market Tomorrow…Fishcastle!
Catherine Braik Selin and Cyril Everett Caster have been playing together since 2011. They are prolific composers and songwriters, treating their audience to a wealth of original material and a few inventively interpreted covers. Check them out at reverbnation!

For a complete list of Media Farmers Market vendors, click here!

 

See you tomorrow at the Market!

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