Thanks everyone for all the love and support this year at the Kingfield, Linden Hills, and Centennial Lakes Farmers Markets!!!
We love and appreciate our foxy farmers market friends. So we are showing the love! Come into the restaurant and show this post/tweet within the next month and get a free extra falafel ball with your order!
Foxy Falafel will be officially opening it’s doors at the 791 Raymond Ave. location on August 3rd for Foxy Falafel Friday! We hope you can join us and would love to see you there! Yay!
Foxy Falafel will be moving into 791 Raymond Ave! We are hoping to be open by the end of July/beginning of August.
Now you can get Foxy Falafel all year round! Hip Hip Hooray!
Foxy Falafel was named the best falafel via the Citypages Best Of 2012. We are super proud and humbled. Thank you Twin Cities for all the support and making Foxy grow and become the best that it can be! Below is the excellently written excerpt from Citypages:
South Dakota farm gal Erica Strait left the state to study at New York City’s Institute for Integrative Nutrition and its Natural Gourmet Institute, guided by her interest in food and nutrition. It was in the big city that she not only trained in holistic health and whole-foods cooking but developed a love for falafel while working under Israeli chef Einat Admony. Back in the Midwest and working as a personal chef, Strait found herself missing Admony’s crispy falafel, so she did what anyone with the know-how would do: She started making it herself. Throw in Strait’s affection for street food, and you have Foxy Falafel, which for the last few years has been serving falafel, kombucha, bike-powered smoothies, and more at farmers’ markets and events around the Twin Cities. The only problem? During the colder months, fans of Foxy have missed Strait’s crispy falafel — and they know they can’t make it themselves. So until the market season starts up again, they can only dream and drool, thinking of Strait’s crunchy-on-the-outside, creamy-on-the-inside falafel balls, made with chickpeas she sprouts herself, as well as her pickled condiments and her three amazing sauces: a smoky/spicy/garlicky Tunisian harissa, a cool cucumber yogurt, and an herbaceous tahini.
Kingfield Farmers Market opening day is May 20th!
We are excited to be at this amazing farmers market for our 3rd season. Looking forward to seeing all our Foxy Friends and meeting new ones too! Yay!
Photo from Kingfield Farmers Market Facebook Page
If you haven’t heard yet, Foxy Got A Food Truck!!! Yay!!!
I’m finally taking Foxy to the next level and look forward to feeding you out of my beautiful truck!
For now I plan on hitting the streets of St. Paul and hitting up special events around town. The truck will also be at the Linden Hills Farmers Market on Sundays from 9:30-2. Yippee!
And don’t worry Kingfield. We will still be at the KFM on Sundays 8:30-1 with the classic tent set up.
Looking forward to slingin’ falafels to you and keep on the look out for new menu items coming soon!
Love, peace, and falafels!!
While surfing on the interwebs the other day, looking for grain free chocolate chip cookies, I found this recipe for buckwheat pancakes. I don’t think I’ve had a pancake in 4 years so I thought I’d give these a whirl. And buckwheat is technically a grass, not a grain. Party Bonus!
The key to these delicious pancakes is soaking the buckwheat flour overnight in buttermilk which gives it that sourdough flavor and bubbly mix. They turned out so good! These made me soooo happy with a little butter and maple syrup! And I know they will do the same for you too!