I came in for ingredients to make recipes for my two kids 35 years ago... Linda
Foodstuffs is where I learned responsibility, team work and business... Adrianne
In 2004 our granddaughter Laura was four years old and very interested in Dora the Explorer... Joanne
Getting to know some of the wonderful staff members over the years has
been very pleasant... Jayne
I can't fuss with taking a photo, transferring it, loading it here, but I have a few things from Foodstuffs.
One thing that gets used frequently is a pizza paddle that now has a fine patina of age on it. Another purchase was a huge soufflé dish that I love but have never, ever used in the oven, only as a bowl. I don't make soufflés!
Gloria Hildebrandt, Editor and Co-Publisher
Great store. Great staff. Great products.
Truly a one of a kind store - my favorite place to shop or just stop for a chat with the friendly staff and amazing owner, Marcia Dye. Great place to bring out of town guests.
Congratulations on an amazing milestone. I have relied on Foodstuffs for the last 26 years. Thanks for being in Georgetown and the great products you bring in.
I use the summary guide of how long to cook rice and grains often. Thank you for a great tool.
Here's my best memory (there are many):
I was enrolled in the Wilton Cake Decorating course, part 2, that was held above Foodstuffs. (I didn't even know that space existed). On the first day, we discussed our materials list and then we came downstairs to shop at Foodstuffs. Marsha stayed after the store closed and guided us through, advising what tools and ingredients we needed. I was so impressed with her eagerness, positivity and attention. The whole experience opened up a new section of the store that I had previously ignored.
Congratulations on 35 years of success. Here's to another 35!
I bought this mug at Foodstuffs for my mom for Mother's Day about 15 years ago.
She went to her reward in 2013 but I use this mug at home every day for every cup of tea and think of her.
Now and again a guest in the house will choose this mug - and I hear Mom's voice say quietly "never mind...". - Marcia
More Foodstuffs incidental artwork. This time by our first student employee, Heather...
Niagara Escarpment Views is a wonderful regional publication...
Adrianne & Kelly did these wonderful illustrations on our front window...
Before Downtown Georgetown's summer street-event got gentrified into the Village Festival...
Talk about resting on your laurels...
When we started out, back in 1982, "bulk food" was a new concept...
This is one of my first memories of Foodstuffs - the sight of my brother Jamie in the store at Cambridge...
For the first few years my dad, Bob, actually hand drew our advertisements...