On March 24, 2013, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., visit the Williams-Sonoma in Trolley Square for the largest Artisans’ Market yet with 11 local food artisans! Meet the makers behind these amazing local foods and take home some Easter treats while you’re at it.
This time around say hi to past favorites and meet some new sure-to-be favorites.
Take a bite of Beehive Cheese and savor in the buttery goodness made from the creamiest milk in Utah and lovingly crafted into superior, hand-rubbed cheese.
Frody’s meats from Caputo’s Market
Many Utahns gravitate to Caputo’s Market to pick up the finest in Italian food stuffs, cheeses from everywhere and internationally acclaimed chocolates. But having an in-house butcher with Frody’s chops makes them even more amazing so come sample some of these Utah heritage meats.
Taste Utah's luscious mountain-grown fruit in Amour's small batch spreads. The preserves are handmade in copper pans with fruit picked ripe and at their peak using only organic cane sugar and organic lemon juice.
Instant Karma Foods
Bring the exotic tastes of Indo-Persian foods home with Instant Karma or visit their restaurant in Park City to enjoy saag with butternut squash and garbanzos or eggplant dip made gluten-free, preservative-free and vegan.
Follow the passion of Ruth Kendrick, the master behind Chocolot. Her handmade chocolates and confections are made from high-quality, local ingredients and chocolate sourced from San Francisco and France with no artificial preservatives or flavors.
Artisan sheep cheeses that are carefully handcrafted and aged in beautiful Eden, Utah. Stig Hansen is the cheese maker while his wife Susan Hansen is the shepherdess, taking pride in the outstanding health and well being of this naturally fed and very pampered flock.
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Slide Ridge Honey
Bask in the natural sweetness of honey. Carefully and lovingly produced by Northern Utah honey bees and their beautiful white honey combs, Slide Ridge skillfully produces a delightful raw honey.
Unwrap a tradition with Marian Rivkind's beautiful chocolate ornaments. Encased in intricate, colored foil, these chocolate treats are a charming holiday addition.
At Millcreek Cacao Roasters, they chosen to use a pure heritage cacao called Arriba Nacional. Dana has owned Millcreek Coffee Roasters for two decades and brings her nuanced palate and expertise in coffee roasting to this farm-to-bar chocolate experience.
Ugandan baskets will also be available for sale. Proceeds support families in Uganda.
Artisans’ Market at Williams-Sonoma
312 Trolley Square
Salt Lake City, UT 84102