In Her Words: Spar for the Spurtle Winner Merry Graham

by Guest

It was as if I had been whisked away to Scotland! The bagpiper started playing, beginning the processional that led two competitors and I to our cooking stations. I was a stew pot of nerves, excitement, confidence, and giddiness! My time had arrived. Could I make the winning steel cut

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Lemon Basil Bulgur Salad

October Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by Cassidy Stockton

Delicious International Soups with Laura B. Russell!
Thursday, October 20, 2011 5:00-7:00 p.m. 

Take a trip around the world with cookbook author and columnist Laura Russell as she incorporates whole grains and beans into hearty, satisfying soups and accompaniments. We’ll start in Africa with a Moroccan Lentil and Chickpea

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(L to R) Maire O'Brien (bagpiper), Rachel MacRitchie (judge), Leather Storrs (judge), Bob Moore, Merry Graham, Matthew Cox, Kim Sunee (judge)

Spar for the Spurtle Recap and Winner

by Cassidy Stockton

My apologizes for the delay in announcing our Spar for the Spurtle winner. It’s taken me a few days to organize my thoughts enough to share with you. The event was a resounding success and just about the most fun I’ve ever had at work (with the actual Golden Spurtle

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Quick & Family-Friendly Recipes: September Guest Posts

by Cassidy Stockton

If you recall, we did a series of posts last April featuring all sorts of different authors and bloggers highlighting a kid-friendly recipe that was both gluten free and casein free for National Autism Awareness Month. We had so much fun and the month was such a success, we thought

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Three ways bio-mechanics can improve your triathlon times

by Julian Pscheid

While most triathletes focus their training around volume and intensity, big gains can be realized by focusing on the bio-mechanics of each individual sport. This is mostly known for swimming, a sport that benefits more from technique than endurance or power, although cycling and running can also benefit from motor

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Szwchwan Peanut Salad | Bob's Red Mill

Meatless Mondays: Szechwan Peanut Salad

by Cassidy Stockton

Super simple, this recipe is one of my favorites. I had forgotten about it and rediscovered it a few weeks ago. I love the chewiness of the wild rice blend. Combined with the salad’s mild peanut flavor, the red pepper flakes give it a nice mellow heat. I love that

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Spar for the Spurtle: Game on!

by Cassidy Stockton

It’s hard to believe, but this coming Friday is the day our Spar for the Spurtle finalists will throw down to see who will represent Bob’s Red Mill in the 2011 Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championships.

If you’re around, come on out and join the fun. Here are the

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