For over 20 years Lesley Stowe has been handcrafting delicious foods with top quality whole food ingredients. Raincoast Crisps are made just across the border in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada. In addition to classic Raincoast flavors such as Cranberry Hazelnut and Rosemary Raisin Pecan, try the latest creation, gluten free flavors: Oat & Seed and
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Save now on organic maple syrup!
The flavor of maple syrup is delicious and can be hard to grasp. Much like a fine wine, chocolate or olive oil, there are many words to describe it. Some have noted its qualities as woodsy, peachy, grassy, malty, spiced, smoky and roasted or having similar flavors to
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The cool and rainy weather of the Pacific Northwest descends on us as we approach October. Fall is here and with it a standout seasonal ale from New Belgium: Red Hoptober.
Open a bottle and watch this red ale shine like autumn leaves in a globe glass. Red Hoptober pours a dark garnet color and
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It’s Fall!!!! Yay!!! Woo Hooo!!! Good Times!!! Happy Sweater Weather!!!
How’d I do? Was that convincing?
I will not retire the flip flops just yet, nor will I take out the wool jacket just in case. But I may concede to keeping warm on these crisp fall nights with a cuppa tea and a sleeping
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Welcome to our “on the fly” cooking demo at the Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market, which happens Wednesdays through mid-October. Jill picked up a bunch of goodies from the market vendors and proceeded to blow some minds with her improvisational skills.
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