Articles tagged with: jams
Recently we left the cold, grey weather of an Oregonian winter for the unseasonably sunny and warm skies of San Francisco, as it was once again time for the famous Winter Fancy Food Show. Held …
Marionberries , like all blackberries, are rich in antioxidants, especially Vitamin C, gallic acid, and rutin. They also provide an excellent source of anthocyanins and ellagic acid, and a range of health benefits. Fresh marionberries are available Mid-July through Mid-August, and are popular ingredients for pies, ice creams, jams and jellies.
This recipe is quick and easy but packed with flavor and texture. The red raspberry jam is the secret; it brings the perfect amount of fruity sweetness. The pistachios add a nice crunch as well as a salty contrast to this updated recipe.
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 weather outside may be frightful, but the flavors in the kitchen are delightful!
For nearly a quarter century, The Pasta Shop has served as the East Bay’s best source for specialty groceries, prepared foods, and of course, outstanding handmade pasta.
They moved to Portland a year and a half ago to start PBJs, picking Portland for the friendly people and awesome wine, beer and food. Providing products that are natural and organic whenever possible, conscious of the environment and supportive a local markets PBJ’s likes to assist the inner economy.
Their motto is ‘You never go wrong doing the right thing’. As an independent and local family owned company, Chuck’s is here to offer you honest deals for the best products. They are committed to …
Jams and jellies often get pigeonholed for one purpose: a delightfully flavorful topping for breads, muffins, bagels, crackers or scones. We don’t diminish those uses by any means, but as purveyors of some of the …