Edible Island Market at the Staten Island Museum
Delicious gifts from local vendors return for a third year
Saturday, December 7, 2019
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Staten Island Museum
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, SI, NY 10301
(Staten Island, NY – December 2, 2019) Let your culinary imagination guide you through a market full of delicious local and regional treats to give this holiday season! Specialty items from the purveyors of mouthwatering edible goods, expertly curated by Staten Island Advance Food Editor, Pamela Silvestri, will be for sale at the Staten Island Museum’s Edible Island Market on December 7, 11am – 4pm.
“We had such a great time last year sharing these talented culinary creators with our neighbors and we are excited to showcase these regional delicacies that highlight the areas rich farming history and entrepreneurial spirit. We encourage the community to explore these unique edible gifts, many of which, cannot be bought elsewhere this season,” shared Rylee Eterginoso, Programs Manager at the Staten Island Museum.
Garlic basil, maple bacon, sriracha honey, lemon sage, and fig are only a few of the 22 flavors offered by artisanal butter purveyor, Butter Me Up. Staten Island natives Lorraine and Michael Delizia make these delicious small batch butters for you taste and take home.
Shop hyperlocal with Chef Dave Cavagnaro aka Farmer Dave! He will be providing artisan bread, holiday cranberry sauce, maple pumpkin muffins, coffee, and warm cider.
New this year are custom confections from Belli Baci Bakery, sweet and savory specialties from Lebanese Eatery, Chef Mike DiLeo from Love Earth Cafe with gluten-free, peanut-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and egg-free baked goods, Li’l Jen’s Eggnog, chocolates from On Your Mark Chocolatiers and “The Sauce” from Kim Cooks(in sweet, medium, and hot).
Also returning to the mix are signature salad dressings from Cucina Theresa; gourmet pastries from Pastry Lovers Choice; jams, jellies, and gourmet dips from Dee’s Sweet Jars; 100% raw local honey from Beezy Beez, and of course artisan cheeses and caponata from Joe Mozz.
The shop is free to enter. Admission to the Museum’s galleries is by recommended donation.