We’ve Got Pies!
Sweet or Savory and all Gluten-Free
Don’t suffer through another holiday watching all the others have the delicious fun.
Levine’s General Store is teaming with Krumville Bakeshop bringing
all the traditional Thanksgiving pies you’ve wanted
and savory appetizer Yum Pies too.
*Maple Pumpkin Pie
*Apple Cranberry Pie
*Chana Chickpea Yum Pie appetizer
*Knishka Potato & Kale Yum Pie appetizer
Order online by November 20, 2014 and pick up your pies at one of these three locations
Tues. Nov. 25 or Wed. Nov. 26:
3 pickup locations for NYC:
-Storefront below Idlewild Books 12 West 19th Street Manhattan
-Espresso 77 Cafe 410 7th Avenue Park Slope Brooklyn
-Freddy’s Bar 627 5th Avenue South Slope Brooklyn
Levine’s General Store:
Gluten-Free Events. Products. Purveyor. A progressive marketplace, LGS operates through venues to provide some of the tastiest gluten-free foods and products. LGS also produces signature foods such as Yum Pies, savory, hand-held pockets enveloped in a crisp pastry crust. “Our vibe is a journey back to our family roots, when our great-grandparents owned the local general store and provided all matter of goods to a small region of the Catskills in the town of Oliverea.”
The Gluten Free EatUP! pop up market was co-founded by Levine’s General Store owner, Deb Goldstein and Kimcheelicious food designer Antonio Limuaco, as a response to Deb’s niece’s diagnosis of Celiac Disease, to broaden access to and help create an outlet for new gluten-free food makers to reach an eager gluten-free audience. The Gluten-Free EatUP! brings together some of the most passionate local gluten-free makers and the tastiest products in various locations in NYC and Brooklyn. Our goal is to provide a platform and culture of sharing for a community of merchants and customers and friends – to Meet. Eat. Be Free.
Krumville Bake Shop founder Antonella Zangheri creates delicious focaccia, cookies, muffins and specialty cakes that celebrate her rich culinary Italian and Dutch upbringing — minus the gluten! Antonella grew up in Emilia Romagna, a region of Italy famous for its rich culinary heritage. In 2009, she was diagnosed with celiac disease and had to give up many of the foods she grew up eating. Disappointed with the gluten-free products available, she saw a need for more exciting options. That’s when Krumville Bake Shop was born!