1) Where does your passion for food come from?
I am and have been for a long while fascinated by the things that herbs can do for us.
2) Tell us about your culinary journey.
I am happy to realize that for the rest of my life, tea and herbs will continue to provide opportunities to learn about them, nature, and myself.
3) Where is your favorite place to eat?
Mediterranean Kitchen in Bellevue
4) Where do you source your ingredients?
We work with several leading Tea brokers, and two major herb suppliers to source only the best ingredients for our blends.
5) Tell us about a new product you are working on.
Getting ready to launch our Autumnal Mulling spice mix, for wine and cider!
New Seasons’ Local Finds Program
Being a local at New Seasons Market is a good thing—it means you’re one of the thousands of people in our community who make really good food. Supporting local ranchers, fishermen, makers and growers is the way we champion the regional food economy. It’s how we encourage local innovation and food-based entrepreneurism. And it’s how we build and foster that connection between you and the people who work hard to bring us such delicious food.
That’s why we’d rather have a 50-year relationship than a 5-year contract. Because at the end of the day, these locals aren’t just vendors. They’re people, and they’re our friends. And we want them to thrive—now, and for generations to come.
Here’s a shout out to a few of our local vendors:
- Seattle Pickle
- Timber City Ginger
- Broadcast Coffee
- Manini’s Gluten Free
- Sweet Things by Julie
- Coco Beza
- Joe Chocolates
- Bonnie B’s Peppers
- And SO many more!!
New Seasons will be featuring the Local Finds program at their booth this weekend at Gobble Up. Come say hello!