Stumped on what to give for a thoughtful, meaningful gift this holiday season? What’s the best, most delicious and beautiful holiday gift to give?
Get a jump-start on the holiday gift-giving season (and forget the lame gift cards again this year). Join Let’s Talk About Food and The Greater Boston Food Bank on Friday, November 13 at 12:00PM for an interactive brown bag lunch demonstration featuring local artisan, author and founder of the award-winning Eat Boutique, Maggie Battista.
The Style Me Pretty and Food52 writer and author of the forthcoming cookbook, Food Gift Love, will teach participants how to assemble and present delicious, stylish and small batch New England food gifts to make a sweet and chic statement this holiday season.
What: "Brown Bag Lunch" event on Local Gifting for The Holidays
Local artisan, author and founder of the award-winning Eat Boutique,
Let’s Talk About Food
The Greater Boston Food Bank
When: Friday, November 13 at 12:00PM
Where: The Kitchen at the Boston Public Market
100 Hanover Street at Haymarket Station
About Maggie Battista
Maggie is the founder/director of Eat Boutique, an award-winning online boutique and story-driven recipe site that’s the go-to resource for food gifts. Along with selling an ever-changing collection of food gifts, hosting pop-up boutiques and hand-packing small batch food gifts for private clients, Maggie also wrote her first-ever cookbook featuring more than 100 recipes to make, wrap and share. Food Gift Love to be released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on October 13, 2015. She’s written for Style Me Pretty, Food52, and Snippet & Ink and connected millions building online communities like TripAdvisor.
Let's Talk About Food
An organization aimed at increasing the level of public literacy about all aspects of our food system, Let’s Talk About Food (LTAF) is dedicated to changing the way we eat, grow, cook, buy, and sell food in our country. LTAF presents educational events in partnership with universities, museums, libraries, hospitals, cities and towns, cooking schools, trade organizations, science festivals and a host of other organizations with the goal of creating a new generation of “Food Thinkers.” Its signature annual event is the Let’s Talk About Food Festival, a food educational festival which occurs each fall in Boston, MA and is presented in conjunction with The Boston Globe and Whole Foods Market. To learn more about Lets Talk About Food, visit www.Letstalkaboutfood.com
About The Greater Boston Food Bank
The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization in New England and among the largest food banks in the country. GBFB distributes more than 50 million pounds of food and grocery products annually to 550 member hunger-relief agencies and more than 30 direct service programs throughout eastern Massachusetts in a dedicated partnership to end hunger in our region. A member of Feeding America, the nation's food bank network, GBFB provides meals for more than 500,000 people a year. For more information, visit GBFB.org, become a fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or call us at 617.427.5200.