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Game Day Chili & Confetti Cornbread

by Cassidy Stockton

A simple chili recipe that is sure to be a hit for game day. Make this super easy on yourself and break out the Crock Pot. Soak the beans overnight, then throw everything in the slow cooker first thing in the morning and you’ll have a delicious pot of chili

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The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen {Giveaway}

by Cassidy Stockton

While I’ve never been to Charleston, I have a feeling the new book from Matt and Ted Lee provides a very good taste of what South Carolina has to offer. Matt and Ted got in touch with us because they rely on our cornmeal for their recipes. It’s hard to

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Caramelized Banana & Chia Pancakes

by Cassidy Stockton

Chia seeds stand in for eggs and add a healthy boost to these decadent pancakes. I love that they sound challenging, but are actually quite simple. These would be perfect for breakfast on a lazy Sunday, but we could eat these pancakes anytime of the day! A special thanks to

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Meatless Mondays: Teff “Polenta” with Sautéed Chard

by Cassidy Stockton

Teff is one of the most interesting whole grains that we offer, but it often leaves folks scratching their heads wondering how to use it. Teff is quite possibly the world’s smallest grain. It is a traditional staple of Ethiopia, where teff flour is used to make the flat bread

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Where in the World?

by Cassidy Stockton

These days, it seems everyone is interested in eating locally grown products and buying locally produced goods. You know our products are made here in Oregon, but many of you want to know where the grains are grown. At Bob’s Red Mill, we strive to buy ingredients as close to

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Whole Wheat Kolaches with Chia Seed Filling

by Cassidy Stockton

A kolache, if you’re not familiar, is a traditional semi-sweet pastry from Central Europe. Kolaches have quite the following in the United States, particularly Texas, and can be found on breakfast menus all over (we even have a few food carts dedicated to kolaches here in Portland). The light, fluffy

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