To Market, To Market

elizabeth messina market

I’m excited for all my Santa Barbara readers to discover the fabulous savory food of Julie Robles and the desserts of Elizabeth Colling. I’ve felt bad over the years bragging about them and going on and on about their amazing food in cyberspace with you not even able to try a bite.

Next week, you can! For one-week only Julie and Elizabeth are teaming up for the culinary pop-up shop, Market.

julie robles elizabeth colling

These two powerhouses will launch a limited engagement take- away food counter (May 19-24) nestled in the bay of shops at the Montecito Country Mart. Market will feature fresh seasonal salads, sandwiches and other prepared food for lunch and dinner all made by the amazing Julie Robles.

Your dinners next week will be a delicious breeze and to finish it right, desserts by Santa Barbara’s favorite sweet-heart Elizabeth Colling will be available for purchase as well. Lovely treats like triple chocolate brownies, fresh fruit pies, cakes and my personal favorite, butterscotch pudding.

Spring salad

lemon tart

To continue by bragging streak, Julie and Elizabeth stopped by my house after this photo shoot (with the incredible Elizabeth Messina) and I was lucky to steal a nibble of the chickpea salad and the cake…sooo good!

Strawberry Cake

I’ll see you in line next week at Market!

 Monday, May 19th – Saturday, May 24th from 11:30 am – 7:00 pm

At the Montecito Country Mart.

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5 thoughts on “To Market, To Market”

I may have to drive up from Newport for this one. They are both so amazing. Santa Barbara once again holds another gem.

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So jealous! Was just visiting S.B. last weekend~ Dang…..Enjoyed the newly opened Public Market! Glorious food around every corner in that city!

Thanks for keeping us informed of these ‘under the radar’ info like the pop up, MARKET next week.

Thanks for the link back to Julie’s slow roasted salmon. We just got a smoker and I was looking for a slow roasting recipe for salmon. I will try this on the smoker and let you know how it goes:)

PS I thank you for my salads this week. I learned from you to plant sparingly and it’s made a huge difference in my garden. I was guilty of over zealous planting in the past which didn’t bode well for results.

Thanks, as always!

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