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Mission Community Market July 21, 2011!
Come to your senses with Sensory Revolution! Lisa brings artisan aromatherapy (salts, sprays & concentrates), nourishing seasoning blends, and fun ways to connect with your senses. Catch the Sensational Salts in Lisa’s purple rickshaw, this Thursday at MCM.
Daylight savings is taking a break, but the Mission Community Market isn’t! Stock up on designer goods, artisan gifts and fall foods like Emmy’s Pickles and Jams, Good Foods BBQ Sauce, Hale’s apple cider and assorted fruits for your own creations! The MCM will continue, warmly lit and full of food through December 16th. Here’s a starter list of our vendors, more added every week! Apply here to sell non-foods this year.
Secession SF – gallery, boutique, and workspace that features art & design made by independent companies – voted SFBG’s best
Envie Naturals SF – Natural skincare for multi-ethnic skin types
Amos Goldbaum prints and t-shirts,
Dun Up Boutique designer clothes and accessories
Sensory revolution – Scented bath salts and oils
Rubber Ducky Soap – Natural hand crafted skin care
Here’s a super-easy potato recipe using Sensory Revolution‘s Green Herbal Mix. Because this unique herb mixture includes very finely-ground herbs, it blends easily with the oil and coat the potatoes extra-well, resulting in much brighter, bolder flavor than regular dried herbs.
Serve these alongside eggs for breakfast or brunch or with roasted chicken for dinner.
1 lb new potatoes, scrubbed and quartered
2 shallots, chopped
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp Sensory Revolution Sensational Seasonings Green Herbal Mix
salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl. Toss well to ensure all potatoes are well-coated with the herbs, oil, salt and pepper.
Bake for 15-18 minutes or until potatoes are golden brown and fully cooked.