Patty Pan Cooperative is a thoughtful, progressive food business making fresh food from local ingredients. We are worker-owned, and our offerings are available at area farmers markets and grocery stores.
We are La Crespella (“the crepe” in Italian) and we strive to bring artisanal crepes with an Italian twist to farmers markets and events around Seattle.
Amazing Pops & Ice Cream Bars made from REAL ingredients!
Valley Dogs serves amazing corndogs made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients. Operated by Falling River Meats, a King County butcher shop featuring local, sustainable and humanely raised meats.
Chef Jalissa Horton’s southern comfort dishes reflect her family’s favorite recipes inspired by the African Diaspora. She loves to create specialized menus, and is also offering cooking classes, meal delivery, catering, and a cooking club.
Theary Ngeth started Theary’s Cambodian Foods to keep her cultural heritage alive. “We are losing our authentic flavors and our techniques, because elders hold the knowledge of how our dishes are made and how exactly they should taste… I’m grateful I experienced my mom’s food and learned so many cooking secrets from her. That keeps me motivated to keep this food tradition alive. These are the healthy foods of our ancestors.”
Nasrin Norri is certified as a health coach, and eventually opened Jazze’s to offer healthy Afghan fusion food prepared with organic, local ingredients. Her menu caters to a variety of dietary needs and preferences, and includes paleo, vegan, and gluten-free options.
Komadre Kombucha began as a home kitchen science project. Seeking an alternative to sugary sodas and alcoholic beverages, Julie started her own mother culture in a little glass jar and married it with her favorite fresh-pressed juice ingredients. Fueled by her quest for greater vitality and a passion for creating community, Julie decided to share her sparkly tropical concoctions with friends and neighbors…and today she’s sharing them with the 253