It’s almost March and looking ahead, after this week, we have six more weeks of markets. The last market is April 13, and the summer markets don’t start until the end of May, or in some cases, the first or second week of June. So what is a gluten-freer to do?
As many of you know, we’ve been searching hard for a home of our own. (Won’t it be nice when you can come get gluten free food from us 6 days a week in our own cosy bakery cafe space tucked away in a convenient corner of Cambridge?) A few places have come close, but so far we have no place of our own to hang our aprons. Today, we found out that our most promising location, might not be available now until Sept. Boo, hiss.
We are putting our collective heads together to figure out if there is some way to provide our customers with food during the hiatus–but i thought we could also ask you, our customers, if you have any out-of-the-box suggestions. The problem is we can’t produce without volume (such as what we get at a busy farmer’s market) because our costs of rent and so on are too high. In Cambridge, it is illegal to cook from a residential kitchen–so we either cook from our commercial kitchen, or not at all.
Anyway, there it is in a nutshell.