Altadena Farmers’ Market Welcomes Mama Musubi

The local catering company will serve a variety of stuffed Japanese rice balls and soup at their Wednesday farmers’ market debut.

Patch previously reported that a new prepared food vendor would start at this week’s Altadena Farmers' Market and the market has announced that musubi is on the menu.

Local catering company Mama Musubi will serve a selection of musubi--Japanese rice balls stuffed with vegetables, meat or fish. They’ll also be serving winter miso soup to complement the latest chilly weather.

Wednesday is not only Mama Musubi’s first time at the Altadena Farmers’ Market but at any farmers’ market thus far.

Last week a new farmer came to the Altadena Farmers’ Market in the form of Altadena growers Whisper Farms.

See more information about the Altadena Farmers' Market here.

What do you think of Mama Musubi joining the farmers' market?

sara conti February 20, 2013 at 10:38 PM
I'm so excited about the new vendor, especially hearing that it is a yummy rice ball food booth! See you soon, Mama Musubi!


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