Logan Square Kitchen: Halloween Pastry Market

This weekend, Logan Square Kitchen was holding another pastry market – lots of vendors, lots of good treats (and just in time for Halloween).

When we arrived we were greeted at the door by a sausage and a chicken.

View of the space (facing away from Milwaukee).

On walking in, one of the first tables was from Flour.

Everyone had samples out, which was pretty *cough* sweet.

Some tasty treats and pies from Cheap Tart. I ended up getting two apple pie pops.

I’m always in awe of the truffles from Kathering Anne Confections.

One of my favorite vendors at the pastry market: Fritz Pastry. I have to admit, I’m a sucker for any kind of danish.

And of course, Liz had to get some macarons. I like how one of the flavors is called “Team Edward.”

Lots of drinks set up in the kitchen area: coffee, tea and Italian ice.

Rare Tea Cellar.

Lots of interesting teas (top right), and lots of water brewing.

A bit further back, Fritz Pastry had another area set up next to the deep fryer.

These ricotta beignets were as good as you think.

Two guys from Ipsento, making my coffee.

Some delicious looking Roast Chilies and Cheddar Boule from Crumb.

We picked up a small jar of Shallot Confit with Red Wine from Quince & Apple.

A delicious mixture of things from Tinycakes. Liz ended up buying some madeleines.

Two folks from Tinycakes. The guy on the right was particularly happy with Liz’s purchase, since he was the one who apparently made the madeleines.

Pastry Market at Logan Square Kitchen

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. I used to live just a few doors down from Fritz Pastry. Delicious indeed!

    Renata Reply

  2. Sometimes of jealous of you and other friends I have who always seem to know about cool things to do in the city. Particularly when the cool things are a hop, skip, and a jump away from home. You always inspire me to, you know, stop working and leave the apartment. This one looks like a super yummy day. I’ll have to keep my eyes peeled for the next one.

    Marty J. Reply

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