Do we have an exciting Food Month treat for you! Evernote has teamed up with the amazingly great Foodzie.com for an exclusive San Francisco tasting event for six lucky Evernoters.
What is Foodzie?
Foodzie is a marketplace devoted to small and artisanal food producers from around the US. They carry an obscene amount of deliciousness (just wait till you see the food photos). Best off all, they help you discover locally-made foods that you never knew existed.
What’s the theme?
As any San Franciscan will tell you, a party ain’t a party without a theme. So, for our tasting, the theme will be Tasty Gifts. Although I’m convinced that anything from this site will make a tasty gift, the folks at Foodzie have hand-selected their absolute favorite products just for us. Personally, I’m a fan of this, this, this, and this.
As a very special bonus, some of the producers will be on hand to tell us about their gourmet vittles.
Date: October 29th
Location: San Francisco, CA
Special gift from Yak Pak
In addition to the culinary goodness, all attendees will get a super special gift from the great bag-producing folks at Yak Pak. If you’re not familiar with these guys you need to check them out.
Interested in joining us?
If you would like to join us, please leave a comment below telling us your favorite way to use Evernote. We will randomly select six (6) people from among the commenters. Everyone selected will be allowed to bring one guest to the event. We will contact the selected individual via email, so be sure to use a valid email when leaving your comment. To be considered, comments must be submitted by 12pm PT on Wednesday October 21st. Good luck!
Can’t make it? Don’t worry. There’s more Foodzie excitement to come. Stay tuned.
Food Month posts
- Welcome to Food Month
- Cooking up memories: Digitizing a prized family recipe book into Evernote
- The things I ate in Japan: A visual culinary diary of our CEO’s trip to Japan
- Caleb Troughton profile: A food blogger uses Evernote to keep track of ideas, food experiments and recipes
- 10 Ways to Run a Restaurant with Evernote Chef John Andrews shares how Evernote helps him run a restaurant