13 Must-try Artisan Foods for a Late Summer Garden Party

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Before autumn comes creeping in, spend one last evening in the garden with friends & stunning artisan food!

Sweet Artisan Foods for a Late Summer Garden Party by Anyonita Nibbles
 
As summer draws to a close, I find myself spending as much time as possible in the garden, in a last ditch attempt to soak up as much sun as I can. I know that after the refreshing chilly weather of autumn with its mosaic of crimson and amber leaves, the cold will come with a vengeance. Daylight will begin to fade from the sky around 3:30 and within the hour, it will all be a thick blanket of ink. 
But before I surrender to down jackets, Merino scarves and snow boots, I'm spending every chance I can get frolicking in the sunshine. And what better way to enjoy a balmy, sun-soaked day than with a little garden party? The space behind our flat that we call a garden is not really a garden. It's a fenced isosceles of paving slabs and overgrown creeping vines, parallel to one of Manchester's busiest roads.  Even with its shocking lack of grass, our "garden" space remains a lovely area from which to enjoy rare blue skies. 
 
Savory Artisan Foods for a Late Summer Garden Party by Anyonita Nibbles

I've been browsing Yumbles, a fantastic artisan site for food lovers to indulge in delicious, unique foods, and falling in love with so many of the products. At this time of year, with garden parties on my brain, every product I view gets judged by how well it would suit a garden party spread. Here are 13 must-try artisan foods for the last garden party of the year: 
 






Don't surrender to the chilly weather without one last romp in the garden! You'll find these and hundreds more fabulous products on Yumbles so you'll have everything you need for your late summer garden party!

2 comments:

  1. That chocolate cake in a can look great. Hope you have a great day!

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  2. I have gone to two events here and both were super fun! I think the layout of the place makes perfect sense. It's much bigger than most venues, but not too big either.
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