Wednesday, August 28, 2013

An Interesting Night at the Tuesday Market in Lauraville

Meet Sarah Fertig and Chris Kovac.

Sarah & Chris are traveling around the country on a mission 
to combat the spirit of cynicism and meanness
that seems to be so prevalent in society today.

"The maniFEASTo

I have a pie. I just baked it and I’m really proud of it. It looks delicious. But even though I bought the ingredients and baked it myself, I don’t really consider it “my” pie."

How are they spreading good will?
With apple pie!
Find their recipe here:

What is better with apple pie
than ice cream from
Prigel's Family Creamery?
Julie accepts a slice of apple pie from Sarah.
How did they find the Tuesday Market in Lauraville?
Through word-of-mouth.  They were given a tip to look for Arthur Morgan
from Gather Baltimore.  Arthur introduced Sarah & Chris to Winston Blick
from Clementine, and also to Spilly from Baltimore Hoop Love.
They spent Monday baking 7 pies at Clementine, then gave the pies
away by the slice at the market on Tuesday night.

And, how are they traveling around the country?
In a Tumbleweed Tiny House, of course!

Best Wishes, Sarah & Chris, as you continue your mission to 
make our world a kinder place!
Thanks for taking the time to share your pie at the
Tuesday Market in Lauraville!

Morgan State University
Gregory Adamo, PhD, a resident in our community, is an Associate
Professor at Morgan State University.
Last night, he introduced his class of graduate students to the
Tuesday Market in Lauraville.  

The class will be collecting audio files from the market.  They will be interviewing
market vendors and recording the conversations and the background 
sounds of this community market.
Later, these audio recordings may be heard on WEAA, a non-profit
National Public Radio Station licensed and owned by
Morgan State University.

As luck would have it, the students arrived in time to record their
first audio interview with Sarah & Chris from 
Pie It Forward!

How To Complete a Wine Tasting in 4 Easy Steps
#2  Uncork the bottle

#1  Approach the vendor selling wine

#3  Pour the wine
#4  Taste the wine

Done.In the comfort of your own community.

Artisans at the Market
A different artisan is present each week from the Gift Cellar, 
located at 4337b Harford Road.
Visit the Gift Cellar to see a full collection of 
Made in Maryland artisan creations
under one roof!

The Creative Mind of Jimi



Interested in conserving a little energy at home?
Stop by the market next week to learn more about
a home energy assessment.

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