One Bowl Chocolate Raspberry Layer Cake
You heard right. This Chocolate Cake recipe can be made using ONE bowl. Aside from the fact that it’s delicious, it happens to be super easy! This recipe is layered with Oregon Growers Red Raspberry Preserves and covered in rich chocolate buttercream!
Oregon Growers Wants your Recipes
Have a recipe you’d like to share that calls for jams, honeys, fruit butters or hazelnuts? Amy Sherman, a cookbook author and recipe creator who has been featured in Epicurious and Williams-Sonoma, has very kindly …
Quick Apple & Puff Pastry Dessert
With the holiday season being a busy time for us all, this dessert is perfect when you need to make something at the last minute! Anyone can make this deliciously easy dessert that will have your friends and families believing you are a professional pastry chef! Serve warm from the oven with vanilla ice cream, just as good as a holiday apple pie without the hours spent in the kitchen!
Holiday Donations to the Oregon Food Bank
Did you know that most food donations for Oregon Food Bank come from the food industry? Oregon Food Bank does a remarkable job of acquiring funds and food for their mission of feeding Oregon’s hungry.
Through the end of 2009, Oregon Growers will participate in this effort by donating a jar of our Marionberry Jam for every order over $50 made online. This is our way of helping the hungry during the holidays.
Winning Pear & Hazelnut Pie Recipe
This is my very own recipe for my pear & hazelnut pie with hazelnut crust that earned first place in the pear pie category at the 7th Annual Gorge Grown Fruit Dessert Contest!
Apple Butter Crumb Cake
With freshly harvested apples being plucked from the trees as we speak, I had to create a recipe that celebrates the season! Our Oregon Growers Apple Butter gives this recipe a rich apple flavor and the crumb topping adds a delicious crunchy texture!
Its harvest time in the Hood River Valley!
The 2009 harvest season is upon us. This means orchardists around the Hood River valley will be busy harvesting the apples and pears they have cared for all summer. Some of the varieties include sweet …
World Famous Pendelton Round-Up Sept. 16-19
The first Pendleton Round-Up was to be “a frontier exhibition of picturesque pastimes, Indian and military spectacles, cowboy racing and bronco busting for the championship of the Northwest.” It turned out to be that and more.