We’ve gobs of vendors coming to Sh’Bang with us this year. Here are a few, looking forward to keeping your bellies gratefully full:
Serving wood-fired pizza and organic whole-grain goods. Lunch, dinner, and dessert, all weekend long! facebook.com/soulflour
Kurly’s gourmet deep fry provides a wholesome light menu that highlights produce from local farms. Kurly’s Specialty is “Kurly Fries”, hand drilled on site and made with organic potatoes. The local hand cut basket gives you the chance to try traditional and unusual varieties of potatoes from neighboring farms in the area. Also offering a seasonal local vegetable tempura basket and local tempura kale chips which are a unique and wholesome treat. Kurly’s alternative approach to deep fry combines local organic veggies with non-hydrogenated rice bran oil to create light fare that is healthy and fun! Serving Lunch, Dinner, and late night fried treats. kurlyskart.com
Crabby Crab Cakes and Crepes
We are a Catering and Farmer’s Market Food Vending service specializing in seafood. Our staple products for Farmer’s Markets are Crab Cakes, Fish Tacos, and Crepes. We are a part of Mi Casa Catering and Events from Bellingham, Wa.
The perfect cookie is the key to a killer ice cream sandwich. We work day and night, perfecting recipes, testing flavor combinations, and assembling the perfect frozen treat to WOW all of our friends and fans. We buy our ice cream locally from creameries all over the northwest– Edaleen Dairy, Tilamook, and Lopez Island Creamery to name a few. Our passion is to bring people irresistible frozen treats on our ice cream tricycle. It’s why we get up in the morning. It’s why we dream of cookie recipes and ice cream-cookie combinations every night. And it’s our love for our product and our community that makes all the difference! Enjoy!
Sunday Morning Flapjacks
Packed with with certified organic, ultra-local, Bow Hill blueberries and real maple syrup! Gluten free options and funny animal shaped pancakes available. Served with a side of fiddle, song, and dance; all Sunday morning, a Sh’Bangin’ tradition.