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October 18, 2017 – 11:56 am

Looking for a fall time dessert or brunch to serve all of your friends and family this year? Look no further than these Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Oregon Growers Pumpkin Butter mixed with Cream Cheese. The rolls are light and moist, flavored with hints of pumpkin and spices. The frosting is made from softened cream cheese and mixed with Oregon Growers’ pumpkin butter, which provides the unique flavors of cinnamon,cardamom and cloves.

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Article Archive for May 2009

The Growers

May 28, 2009 – 1:51 pm

The success of each product is directly related to the quality of fruit used. Therefore, OGS works extensively to identify growers who use the best and most sustainable growing practices available. In order to help …

Fresh Fig Appetizer

May 26, 2009 – 5:59 pm

Guest Chef Jesse of Celilo Restaurant in Hood River
Local and fresh ingredients is the way to prepare the best meals. “Bringing out the flavor of the figs.”
Violet Figs (roasted)- Lyle, Washington
Roblia Fresca- Italian
Olive Oil
Salt & …

Cheese & Fruit Preserve Pairing

May 26, 2009 – 1:45 pm

Our Pear Hazelnut Jam goes really well with any blue cheese – Down in the Bay Area there is Point Reyes Blue or closer to home is Rouge River Blue – both widely available. …

Honey Taste Test by The Dennis Prager Show

May 22, 2009 – 6:46 pm

A special thanks to Allen Estrin of The Dennis Prager Show (Townhall Magazine) for visiting his parents in Salem, Oregon in March 2009. Here is an excerpt: Back to our honey: It’s so dense that …

Green Shipping launched in May 2009

May 22, 2009 – 6:10 pm

Shipping has gone green for Oregon Growers.
Shipping For The Planet
Green Shipping offers an easy and economical way to make your UPS, FedEx, and USPS shipments carbon neutral.


With no extra effort required by our customers, …

Farm Direct Specialty Foods

May 22, 2009 – 12:02 am

Welcome to the Oregon Growers Blog!

We want to provide a fun and dynamic environment in which to share thoughts, ideas, events, recipes, company news, and most importantly; a forum for lively discussions on just about anything that comes to mind.

Community gardens help local bee populations

May 18, 2009 – 5:19 pm

You can help be a part of the bee solution? Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is a complex problem- read more about it and research related links at Wikipedia.org
The best way for the home gardener to …