Last weekend was Punk’s first official public debut, and I think that we’ve finally recovered!
On Friday evening we attended the Annapolis Crab Feast with our spiffy green tent and signature striped tablecloth (it matches the awnings on the restaurant.) We gave out samples of cole slaw, red bliss potato salad, and roasted corn and bean salad, which we were preparing right at our booth. The samples went over really well and they served as dinner for many of the hard-working Rotary volunteers who couldn’t abandon their posts long enough to eat crabs. We had a prime spot right across from the dunking booth which saw quite a bit of action once the crabs were all gone and the kegs were kicked.
Here’s a picture that Dave took of me holding a Punk’s koozie (the ever-popular promotional item!)
Here’s a close-up of the koozie bucket. There are plenty more left (just take a look at my basement), but you’ll have to come out to the Westfield Annapolis Farmers Market to get one! Which leads me to Sunday…
Sunday was our first week at the Westfield Annapolis Farmers Market. The market is held every week in the parking lot next to the Sears Auto Center from 11am until 3pm. It’s really a great farmers market — the vendors range from produce to baked goods to jewelry. We had a perfect spot right next to Mike “The Pickle Guy” who sells five varieties of pickles and even more olives. We had a great time making cole slaw and cucumer-tomato salad from ingredients Dave bought from our neighboring vendors. We’ll be back a few more times before the end of the season, so come see us on one of these Sundays: