Classic Artisan Baking

Classic Artisan Baking: Lavender Loaf {Giveaway}

by AmandaCarter

Have you been following the Summer Olympics? We’ve really enjoyed watching the events and rooting for our favorite athletes—in fact, we’re a bit sad that the games are almost over. Delectable recipes always cheer us up, though, and this British cookbook from our friends at Ryland, Peters & Small is

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Meatless Mondays: Savory Oat Bread

by Cassidy Stockton

I usually like to feature a main dish for Meatless Mondays to inspire you with a whole meal. Today, however, I’m sharing this fabulous recipe for Savory Oat Bread using our Quick Cooking Steel Cut Oats. This quick bread is so easy to make and can be done in just

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Spar for the Spurtle Finalists

by Cassidy Stockton

The judges had their work cut out for them this year. With over 92 entries in Spar for the Spurtle, narrowing it down to just three finalists meant watching a lot of videos! There was a lot of discussion about whether the dish could really be done in 30 minutes

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Meatless Mondays: Jalapeño Teff [Fillets]

by Cassidy Stockton

Teff is the smallest grain (technically a seed) in the world with origins in Ethiopia. Teff packs a nutritional punch with a high proportion of dietary fiber and iron and has an earthy flavor that can be savory or sweet. We have several delicious recipes for teff that include porridge,

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Spar for the Spurtle: FIVE Days Left to Enter

by Cassidy Stockton

The Spar for the Spurtle arbiters have graciously extended the deadline for entry into the contest to Sunday, July 22nd. That gives you a full extra weekend to whip up your entry. We’ve been getting some great entries, but it’s still anyone’s game. As a reminder, there are a lot

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Meatless Mondays: Hummus & Mezze

by Cassidy Stockton

When the weather gets hot in Portland this time of year, one of my go-to meals is mezze. If you’re not familiar with mezze, it’s a combination of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern foods that can be served before a big meal or, in my case, in lieu of a traditional

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