littleeatery, is littleeater’s pop-up cafe in Columbus, Ohio, featuring farm-fresh, vegetable-based dishes. The menu is fun and flexible… designed to give you a little bit of this and a little bite of that.  You can mix and match scoops like local cherry tomatoes and sweet corn with quinoa and basil vinaigrette, mixed melons and pickled onions with chile and mint, and beet and farro salad. You will also find a special crostini, frittata and smoothie on the menu each week. The produce is delivered to us directly from the local farmers who grew it. We prep it, slice it, cook it, dress it and plate it, often within 24 hours of harvest. That has us pretty excited.
littleeatery is popping up for the 2013 season on June 27 at The Hills Market Downtown, Columbus. Open Thursdays and Fridays, 11:30 to 2:30pm.

littleeater salads


littleeater salads highlight the very best local and organic produce to feed you and your health. They are made to be convenient, satisfying and delicious (never a sacrifice), so you can eat well on the go.
Currently, littleeater salads are available in the Columbus, Ohio area at the following locations:

Vegetable Butchery and Cooking Classes

Chef Cara Mangini teaches vegetable knife skills and cooking classes that will help you make cooking with vegetables a whole lot easier.

Upcoming Classes and Demonstrations

July 27, 9:00 am Worthington Farmer’s Market, Shop with the Chef and Demonstration, “Summer Produce”
August 12, 9:45 am Good Day Columbus, “Zucchini, Raw”
September 28, 9:00 am, Worthington Farmer’s Market, Shop with the Chef and Demonstration, “Fall Produce”
Additional Classes for the Columbus area will be posted soon. . .
*Currently, special event classes and demonstrations as well as private classes can be arranged in Columbus, New York City or the San Francisco Bay Area. Please let us know if you would like to plan a class, class series or demonstration in another area.

The blog

The littleeater blog shares recipes for seasonal, produce-inspired food. Its goal is to provide you with fresh ideas, tips and techniques to make cooking and eating vegetables at home a true pleasure. Visit the blog here.

Ohio Products

Shagbark Seed and Mill, Black Beans and Spelt Berries
Lake Erie Creamery Goat’s Milk Feta
Mackenzie Creamery Goat Cheese
Bonhomie Maple Syrup
Honeyrun Farm Honey