FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Gourmet Harvest International Baked Good to be featured at the Holiday Market in The Lakes on Eldridge November 2, 2019.
Houston, TX, October 30, 2019 – Gourmet baker, entrepreneur and President of Gourmet Harvest International, Jeanette Davis announced that her company’s products will be available again this year at the annual Holiday Market held at the Lakes on Eldridge Saturday November 2, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 12750 Lake Center Run, Houston, Texas. The event will be centered at the Lakes on Eldridge Clubhouse. Better Homes and Gardens – Gary Greene Real Estate is a sponsor.
Davis said her immensely popular Nut Cake Mini-Bites, Nut Cake, Muffins and Harvest Nut Cake Loaves will be available as well as delicious Butter Pecan Muffins. Of course, her renown Gourmet Holiday Fruitcakes will also be available. She added, that because of demand for the holidays individuals or companies looking to give the gift of Gourmet Holiday Fruitcakes will be able to place and pay for an order at the event and the product will be baked-to-order for them. She said it is best to get those orders in as early as possible.
Davis added, “Our harvest nut muffin is made with a blend of enriched flour and brown sugar combined with a robust combination of fruit and spices consisting of citrus, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and nuts. Our single serving muffin is baked full of mouthwatering flavor and texture from our secret family recipe. They are delicious any time, however they are also a fantastic addition to anyone’s holiday table.”
Gourmet Harvest International products are available at Houston’s largest specialty and gourmet food chain, Phoenicia Specialty Foods as well as other gourmet and specialty food markets.
They are also available online at www.GourmetHarvestInternational.com
What: Holiday Market
Where: Lakes on Eldridge – Clubhouse
Address: 12750 Lake Center Run, Houston, Texas
Date: Saturday November 2, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Gourmet Harvest International’s Founder and Master Baker, Jeanette Davis supporting another local event.
“My mother and her sisters continued the tradition of making the family recipe cakes my grandmother made. I loved to smell the aroma of the cakes baking throughout the house. For the rest of my vivid memories, long after the baking had been completed, we had cake for weeks and even months. Good all the way to the last crumb. I remember going to the closet where the cake was kept. There inside a large stainless steel pot, the cake was wrapped in cheesecloth and then covered with kitchen towels. The pot was sturdy but worn. I can remember that one of the wooden grip handles on the pot was broken. Leaving the remaining piece of wooden handle to spin around the screw. As soon as the lid, with a big wooden knob, was opened, the aroma quickly filled the air. It was as a little girl that I acquired the taste of our family’s favorite recipe.” ~ Jeanette Davis
Our Mission: To share a recipe that has been a family favorite for years. Throughout the years it has been shared with close family and friends. I would like others to experience the great taste and enjoy our recipe. It has been in our family for years.