Farewell from Gypsy Grove Foods
Our journey has come to an end much sooner than we had hoped. We made many friends while spreading the word about Chimichurri across central Texas. Nearly everyone we met loved the product for it's taste and wholesomeness. However we did not have the time or resources to expand production, and were unable to get into the big stores. Therefore we made the very, very difficult decision to let go and pursue other things in our lives.
There is still some product left at Fresh Plus Allandale and Hyde Park (both chimi and toffee), both also at the Dia's Market. There's some spicy chimi left at Tears of Joy and there may be all chimis left at one of the 3 Breed and Co. stores (call first). Also, there some toffee left at the Rosedale Market and the Arlan's #25 in Crestview. Sorry, no more custom or mail order product.
We can't thank our friends, our fans, and our retailers enough. Take care, carry on; we will never forget you.
The Story of Princess Julia of Gypsy Grove
Love, laughter and the aroma of delicious food could always be found in Princess Julia's small cottage in the little -- and little known -- Austin neighborhood of Gypsy Grove. Although her kitchen was tiny, her imagination flourished. Julia earned her Princess title creating recipes to delight her family and friends. She cooks with passion and her guests greet her offerings with enthusiasm.
Taste the magic, share the love; delight your loved ones with offerings made with the same love as we made them at Gypsy Grove Foods!
Princess Julia of Gypsy Grove