Presenting Jambel Cuisine

almonte-holiday-night-market-2018-wideIn preparation for our Holiday Night Market this Thursday, November 15, we asked the folks of Jambel Cuisine to be part of the party.  They will be giving out samples of jerk chicken made with their sauce and, you can even dip it in their aioli.  Here’s how we got to know them.

Join us Thursday, Nov 15th for the Night Market

We’ll have another late evening on Mill Street next Thursday, when everyone is invited to come out and enjoy a festive atmosphere and start preparing for the holidays.

Almonte will be bursting with holiday spirit and sparkle. Carollers, food offerings, wrapping stations, and shops chock full of inspiration to kick start your holiday gift giving.

The Holiday Night Market will run from 5pm to 9pm.

We’re delighted to have Jambel Cuisine in the store; they will serve delicious Jerk Chicken made with their own sauce, and offer tastings of their Jerk Aîoli. Familiar to regulars at the Carp Farmers’ Market, Jambel Cuisine can be followed on Facebook.

It will be a great evening to stock up on popular products at Pêches et Poivre, including these cocktail favourites:

These are fantastically delicious options for cocktails as well as for non-drinkers in the holiday season (and all year round).

We look forward to seeing you!

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