Halloween Season Update

16th Oct 2012

 

Halloween Season update

Tour this Saturday

October 20th

As crowds  thicken for Salem’s Halloween celebrations, a reminder this will be our final Saturday Tour for the month of October.We will resume Saturday Tours in November.   Through the end of October, we welcome you to reserve for other days of the week.We do have several spots left for this Saturday’s Tour. If you would like to make a reservation for this Tour, or book a future date, click here

Photo: Salem Food Tours at Aroma Sanctum. To view all of our wonderful Tour Partners, click here


Salem Food Tours in the news

 We were delighted to be recently featured by the Washington Times.  More press coming soon! 

Visiting Salem?

Start with our website

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* The quote may be referring to a barmbrack cake, a traditional Irish Halloween cake, which contained different objects baked right into the bread. It was used as a sort of fortune-telling game.


Photo shown here, and above “Witchfire”, Salem Food Tours

Thank you to photographer Quinn Sonya-Sergi. Contact us for more info on Quinn’s wonderful work.

Find us on Zazzle

We’ve received lots of compliments on our logo – thank you! Visit our Zazzle shop to find aprons and other goods to add a little Salem magic to your kitchen. Great keepsakes to remember your Tour, or great gifts!

http://www.zazzle.com/salemfoodtours

Did you know?
 In 1797, Captain Jonathan Carnes arrived in Salem Harbor with his ship loaded in pepper from Sumatra which provided him with a 700% profit and started the spice trade which remained centered in Salem for over 50 years.