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The Allure Of Trader Joes
15th May 2017

The Allure Of Trader Joes

My family still doesn't understand how I can spend over an hour, sometimes 2, shopping in Trader Joes stores that are usually the size of a break room for employees in a major supermarket.  I know every product, and which ones are seasonal.…

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Take Back Breakfast!
24th Feb 2016

Take Back Breakfast!

All of us in the Granolary agree, breakfast is important.  We say that not just because we bake granola.  As you all know, granola can be breakfast, lunch or dinner.  Sam Sifton of the New York Times makes the best case to date.Seize t…

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A Quick, Slow Start To The Day
27th Jan 2016

A Quick, Slow Start To The Day

I love the early mornings.  Gives the whole day promise.  Since everyone starts their day at different intervals, it's easier to have a quick, nourishing, and delicious, breakfast everyone can make on their own schedule. We like less prep t…

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The Feelings Are Folded In
23rd Jan 2016

The Feelings Are Folded In

Our Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies are made with simple ingredients; flour, sugar, brown sugar, canola oil, baking soda, sea salt, and eggs.  Ah the eggs.  Not just any eggs, but organic eggs from B&L 4E farms down the road from the G…

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Don't Get Stuffed Before The Stuffing
20th Nov 2015

Don't Get Stuffed Before The Stuffing

Welcome guests with an assortment of appetizers that are delicious, but not too filling.  It's best to avoid breads and too many crackers to leave room for the potatoes, rolls, and especially, 2 helpings of stuffing at dinner. This recipe for&nb…

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