Our episode of FoodCrafters with Aida Mollencamp is airing again on the Cooking Channel, August 20. It’s called Spike.
Here is the show. It was fun!
Our episode of FoodCrafters with Aida Mollencamp is airing again on the Cooking Channel, March 15th, 19th and 21st. It’s called Spike.
Doing an errand at Apple today then admiring ipads. An Apple tech showed us the news of the new one. We said, well, we’ll have to sell a lot of chocolate sauce. He said, “Chocolate sauce? You make chocolate sauce? I’ve just had the greatest, my roommate gave it to me for a present, it’s called GrownUp KidStuff!” Wonderful to hear. Hooray!
TIMEOUT CHICAGO APRIL 15-21, 2010
With ice cream and fresh fruit re-entering our diets, it’s time to hit the sauce. Here are three locally made dessert accompaniments everybody’s talking about.
By David Tamarkin. Photographs by Martha Williams.
GrownUp KidsStuff Original Chocolate Sauce
At room temperature, this stuff is so thick you can practically chew it—something its deep, fudgy flavor may actually inspire you to do. Warm it up a little and you can pour it over ice cream. Or oatmeal, for that matter.
Now you can find us at Southport Grocery, W Grocer, and at Foodstuffs in Lake Forest, too.
Our sauces are now available at Andersonville Galleria in Chicago, Foodstuffs in Evanston and Glencoe, and Larry’s Market in Milwaukee in addition to Baker Street in Bozeman, MT.
We are excited to launch this new site. We hope you enjoy it and, most of all, hope you enjoy the chocolate sauce!