I went to culinary school for a year, and LOVED learning all the basics! I wish that I was able to put those skills to use more with food, but learning how to build basic recipes has come in very handy with the business I have today.
I’m working on some old products, actually! I’m bringing back some old favorites – waterproof snack bags and cloth towels!
You’ll find our hand wash, lotion, and bar soaps – along with our cleaning products that are perfect for helping clean your kitchen naturally!
Creating beautiful things that people like to leave out on their counters. 🙂
I spent 30 years in the food and beverage industry and can appreciate locally sourced, sustainable foods and great flavors, and my husbands passion is everything BBQ. He has taken some pitmaster classes and makes a brisket to kill for!
For a great steak, Jaks Steakhouse!
We are working on a espresso orange rub with a hint of cacoa, great on brisket!
Our 6 flavors of handcrafted dried salsa seasonings, gourmet chili seasoning (award winning) and bbq rubs
To add a line of artisan style mustards to compliment our bbq rubs.
Traveling the country together and meeting great people!
We grow our own apples and pears on our farm in the Chimacum valley. We also work closely with other farms around Washington state to source all of the other ingredients that go into our cider like honey, lavender, stone fruit and so much more!
We are working on expanding our Sour Cider Line. Stay Tuned…
A collection of seasonal and traditional ciders, Our beautiful line of Brandywines and spirited wines. Along with great gift ideas and samples galore!
Consumers knowledge and investment about where their food and drinks come from. We really are seeing a huge amount of growth in people asking questions that are important to them and their families . Seeing people who want to support local businesses and buy ethically made products reinforce what we do everyday.
Getting to connect people with the land through our beautiful cider. Having the opportunity to discuss traditional cider making methods and building community around what we do.
If you are looking for some other sweet gifts for the holiday’s let us introduce you to MADISONWARE. We are really into this stuff and think you will be too.
My Mom, Ellen Louise spent most of her time in the kitchen when we were growing up. She was an amazing cook and was always experimenting. She took a lot of pride in setting the table and how things looked. We lived overseas in Singapore for 6 years and she had a huge collection of blue and white china: plates, bowls, teapots, vases, all in different patterns. She would search in all the little shops wherever we traveled looking for new finds. I’m sure I got my love of pattern mixing from her.
Raccolto in West Seattle … homemade pasta 2 block from our home! My Husband And I and I love it!
My current goal is to create matching sets!! Because I’m always following my creative instincts while I’m working, I tend to get constantly sidetracked by texture. Old textiles, ribbons and trims inspire me. I incorporate texture and patterns into all of my pieces.
I create handmade cheese stones, platters, salt pots, and butter dishes. I believe that everyone should have art in their life and things that you use everyday can bring you happiness and reflect your personal style. These are the pieces that I make for you. A special platter or a cheese stone for entertaining or a spoon rest that’s home is on the kitchen stove. I want to make your kitchen and table a unique reflection of your individuality.
I love the creativity that is happening in food. I love that people are experimenting like never before and that that so many cultures are bringing their food to the masses. I grew up in Singapore and was exposed to so many flavors at such a young age. Eating prawns in sweet black sauce and chicken satay at the hawker stalls when you’re 10 will make an impact!
I get excited when someone finds a piece that they can’t set down, a piece that they just fell in love with. It happened to me and it’s when I became mesmerized by ceramics, and what started my journey that has brought me here.
We got introduced to Samfuego Foods this summer when he vended with us at First Thursday. This stuff is so good you will be hooked in no time if you like it hot!
My grandfather was a chef in England and I feel I inherited that same passion from him: creating art through food. Food is love and it’s how I contribute to the world.
I have worked as a chef for 25 years most recently at Google. I did not know much about cooking or even realized this would be my path. I soon realized creating with food seem to come natural to me and I was then blessed with many teachers who were put in my path and I hope I have been and will be the same for others.
We source from as many local farms as possible
Tell us about a new product you are working on.
Our next venture we will begin moving into seasonings and rubs to pair with our sauces.
We will be offering 3 different salsas plus a special limited addition flavor for the extra spicy lovers and 6 different Hot sauces. We process all of our products by hand in small batches, offering a variety of different flavors and spice to please the palate. All of our products are plant based, vegan and gluten free.
To move into retailers and begin building a larger online presence.
Believing in myself enough to create the business. I had the vision for it but was caught up in a bit of fear and played the “what if ” game, this kept me stuck for a moment. Once I moved through this the business was born and has moved forward quite quickly.
Going back to roots where we are using ingredients that are grown from the earth and being able to create something from a place of passion and love.
My business/career has created the space so I may connect with the part of me that loves to create play in the imagination.
At Moxie Nosh, we believe that every person deserves to eat real food that energizes the body and fuels the soul. We have a passion for creating healthy food that people can feel good about putting into their body.
We have seen many folks over the years HOOKED on Sage & Sea Shrub. Delicious shrubs that can be used with soda water or in a yummy adult beverage. The choice is yours.
My Great Aunt and Uncle, who taught me how to make shrubs.
In the center of a group of friends, making and sharing the best!
Farms and farmers markets throughout Oregon and Washington, mostly.
We are always willing to try a new flavor!
Small bottles for gifting, and fall flavors like apple ginger and pear vanilla!
Getting people to taste a VINEGAR drink!
Simple food locally sourced beats organic hands down.
Meeting new people and seeing that “oh!! that’s delicious!!” face.