Today we’ve got an amazing example of #socialsnacking. Our friend Linda has always been the “hostess with the mostess,” regularly hosting friends and family in her home. We were delighted to hear that no matter who the guests are, Kinderhook Snacks are always invited.
Posted on December 4, 2015
Whether it’s a long day (or a long week for that matter), your office holiday party, or time to send cheer to colleagues and clients, Kinderhook Snacks can help you sweeten the deal. From event catering to client gifts, we provide delicious snacks that will let your colleagues know how special they are.
We have quite the special for you on this fine CYBER MONDAY.
#Howdoyousnack: Let us count the ways!
Find out how two of Baltimore’s most avid snackers celebrate a food-centric holiday!
Marie: Cheese stamps are a perennial favorite around the house- these will most definitely be showing up as predinner snacks. Not the usual cheese stamps though- my family prefers the slightly burned, misshapen ones.
Katie: There’s something really special about going around the table before the start of the meal to say what we’re thankful for. Family, friends, and food always top the list. It’s nice to be reminded of how lucky we are to celebrate together, and to remember those who are no longer with us.
We’re going to be all around town this Holiday Season- we can’t wait to see you, hear your snacking stories and help you assemble the perfect gifts for the holidays. Here’s a complete list of where we’ll be…
Saturday, November 21st 10am-4pm
5114 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
Thursday, December 3rd 3:30-7:00pm
2425 Old Court Rd, Baltimore
Saturday, December 5th 9am-1pm
3100 Brentwood Ave, Baltimore
Sunday, December 6th 11am- 6pm
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Thursday, December 10th 5pm-10pm
Dust Town Studios 1406 Eutaw Place, Baltimore
Saturday, December 12th 10am-5pm
St. John’s Church, 2640 St. Paul St, Baltimore
Saturday, December 19th 9am-3pm
Veteran’s Plaza: Fenton St & Ellsworth Dr., Silver Spring MD
Mary-Margaret Stepanian first learned about our snacks last spring at Emporiyum, a weekend long celebration of food that brings together the best local Mid-Atlantic vendors as well as top national chefs, artisans, and producers from all over the country. “While I nibbled on many locally produced snacks, Kinderhook’s offerings stopped me in my tracks. Plus, the logo and name were intriguing so I just knew that the flavors would be too.”
While we attend this year’s Emporiyum in Washington DC this weekend (November 14-15), we’ll be thinking about how lucky we are to have found a customer as loyal and creative as Mary-Margaret has been since she first discovered our snacks.
“Kinderhook is my go-to for so many occasions. In my role as the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Marketing Manager, I turned to Cheese Stamps and Spicy and Smoky Mixed Nuts as snacks for informal focus groups, cocktail receptions, and as noshes for visiting media representatives.” Not only does Mary-Margaret pick up snacks for professional use, she gets them for family and friends, too! “Personally, I stock up for out-of-town guest “welcome” bags as well as for my pop’s annual Father’s Day charcuterie spread as he watches golf and sips on single malt scotch.”
Even though she’s already bought snacks for a variety of occasions, that doesn’t mean she isn’t coming up with new ways to share them. “I want to try the Orange Tarragon Almonds for a Thanksgiving cheese board—seems like the right infusion of herb & fruit to pair with a sharp cheese.”
Hearing stories from snackers like Mary-Margaret is what keeps us going – both the quiet, indulgent moments and the times when snacks are shared abundantly with friends and loved ones (sharing snacks is how we started, after all).
What’s your snacking story? Share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or online with the hashtag #howdoyousnack.
Posted on December 1, 2014