Contact Info

I am located in Boulder, Colorado.  I cook, bake, and teach classes year round.  From April to November, you can find me at the Boulder Farmers’ Market.  Throughout the year, I am always happy fill a la carte orders.  I do soup on Wednesdays, casual catering, and special orders on request.  Please contact me directly if you would like to place an order, take a class, suggest a new product, or if you have any questions about cooking and baking.  My email address is julia@adabafoods.com.  I look forward to hearing from you!

7 Comments »

  1. pamela lippe said

    Hi Julia, what is teff flour? And if you could substitute the eggs, what do you recommend? Oh yea, this is the Carrot cake I am refering to. Please send me your phone number so I can reach you on thursday. Thanks, Pamela

  2. Gigi said

    Did you use to have your products at the Berry Best Smoothie shop? I had a chocolate chip walnut cake that I would love to get again.

    Thanks

    • adaba said

      Hi Gigi.

      Yes, I did have my products at Berry Best Smoothies. I will have them there again as soon as fix some labeling issues. In the meantime, you can get the chocolate chip bread from me anytime, with one-day notice to get the quinoa sprouted….

  3. James Bertini said

    Am trying to reach the owner to see if she is interested in participating in our indoor farmers market. I sent an email to the address above but it bounced back.

    http://www.denverurbanhomesteading.com

  4. Nicole Vollmerhausen said

    We are thinking about switching over to a wheat free/ gluten free diet to help with Eya and his school life. Eya,”Mom, I don’t want to buy or eat anything gluten free from Whole Foods and switch over. I will only eat the things that Ethan’s mamma makes that are gluten free. I love her cooking!!”

    • adaba said

      Hi Nicole! Sweet Eya…what a compliment that is! Let me know what I can do to support all three of you guys if you make this transition…

  5. schlokari said

    I love making you candy bar recipe for my daughter, Ella. I would love to make them look a bit better to have for parties, etc. I normally use a glass pan and have to sort of chip them out (not the best shape, but still delicious). I have been researching silicone and am wondering what your thought are on using silicone as molds for these bars and other items that are not heated. Thanks so much!

    Kari

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