Saturday, May 21, 2011

Announcement!

Annie's Gluten Free Bakery goodies are now being sold at three places in the area! In addition to Eric's on Boston Road in Westford (http://www.ericsfloweremporium.com/contact_us.html) and The Acton Coffee House on Great Road in Acton (http://www.actoncoffeehouse.com/index.html), we are now at The Concord Cheese Shop on Walden Street in Concord (http://concordcheeseshop.com/). Cookies, scones, cupcakes, brownies and muffins...without having to wait for the farmers markets.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Westford Patch Shout-out

Since I started my business at Farmer's Markets in the area I have had a family of regular customers. Sally Rosenthal (who incidentally is not gluten-free) always came by my booth with her boys to buy my sugar cookies (their favorite!) I got an email from Sally today telling me that she mentioned me in a food column she writes for the Westford Patch. The article is about Eric’s Flower and Plant Emporium where you can buy my products. It's a good article and the recipe sounds yummy. Check it out: http://westford.patch.com/articles/herbed-butter-thanks-to-erics-flower-and-plant-emporium-in-westford

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

A lovely testimonial

I got this really nice email the other day and I wanted to share it:

"If you wrapped an apricot in angel food cake and added a creamy yogurt ribbon to the center, you'd get something that was an approximation of that muffin."

This is what my husband, Frank, said regarding your Gluten-Free Apricot Muffins. He loves them! And so do I.

Thank you for baking gluten-free foods! It's so hard to find already made gluten-free baked goods that taste good, let alone amazing!
Thank you,
Sarah Mitchell


How nice is that? I have my email address on all my packaging hoping that I will get feedback on my baked goods...good or bad. This was a really nice surprise. Thanks Sarah!