We were so excited to adventure to The Container Yard downtown Los Angeles for the Milk and Eggs Food & Art Installations!
An artisanally arranged food pop-up, the Milk and Eggs art and food immersion lived up to its hype – people coming together, letting their imaginations (and tastebuds) run free.
Complimentary food was served by some of their favorite vendors:
Abbots Butcher | Barely Bread | Boxed Water | TheBu Kombucha | Domenico’s Pasta | Forager | Harmless Harvest Coconut Water | Kite Hill | Barely Bread | Stumptown Coffee | Laura Ann’s Jams | Petit Pot | Unisoy Foods …along with complimentary craft bar with cocktails created by @Barlingual and Sponsored by Ventura Spirits.
The Fried Chicken from Highland Park’s very own, new, restaurant, Partido was all gobbled up by the time we arrived. But no matter. We tasted some incredibly delicious local fare.
Domenico’s Porcini Ravioli was by far the best tasting item (and the most colorful display). But it was Unisoy’s Vegan Jerky that blew us away! Of any faux meat jerky we’ve every tasted, Unisoy’s had the best texture – like EVER! Other favorites were Kite Hill Cream Cheeses and Barely Bread. Sooooo yum!
Photos (above) by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move. Photo of woman in blue provided by Milk and Eggs.
Milk and Eggs – Fresh and Local:
Their goal is to directly connect customers to farmers of great food. Customers sign up for subscriptions of milk, eggs, dairy, meats, vegetables, and fruits on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Delivery is FREE and orders can be changed anytime. All vegetables, fruits, dairy, eggs, and meats will be the freshest available, be locally sustainable, and environmentally friendly with their eco-friendly aggregation and delivery system.
All Milk and Eggs products are sourced from local growers or aggregators. That means they procure all products locally when possible. If not seasonally available, they will source through a local aggregator.
The Milk and Eggs delivery system allows for minimal carbon footprint, much less than customers going to the grocery store themselves. One emissary (driver) can deliver many orders in 1 efficient trip, saving on both emissions and the environment; not to mention saving you time.