Saturday, January 16, 2010

Last day at the Biscuit Mill.

Tomorrow is the last day that we will be trading at the Biscuit Mill's Neighbourgoods Market with our Southeast Asian stand, Piesang. This is certainly a bittersweet moment for us-- we've been so lucky to be able to be at the Biscuit Mill, which has provided us with an incredible way to interact with the city of Cape Town, helped us to meet some fun people, and directed some catering jobs our way (and of course, paid our rent)-- all the same, I will be 100% happy not to be rolling 200+ salad rolls every Saturday from now on! It's been great, Biscuit Mill. We'll miss you, and we certainly hope you'll miss us.

And this is kind of late notice, but if any of my dedicated readers (yes, either one of you) would like to jump on a plane to Cape Town and join us for a celebration after the market, I'll pick up the tab for some sparkling wine!


Cate said...

Wonder how your last day went? With a bang or more subdued. I guess now you are off on another adventure or about to head off. Safe travels


Jonathan said...

As a devoted reader I really wish I could just pop on over to Cape Town and hang with you guys. Oh well. Bravo to you both for partaking in such a kick-ass culinary experiment. While rolling hundreds of salad rolls on a Saturday must be annoying, some of us are nevertheless quite jealous. Safe travels guys!

jess gonacha swift said...

Those salad rolls look delish! I wish I could've tried one in person on your last day at the market. Happy travels to you both!! Can't wait to see the pics and read the stories. :)