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September Farmer Notes

September Farmer Notes

September… the mellowest month of the year.  The land itself exhales from a summer of constant work.  That sigh of relief fairly infiltrates the countryside after a season spent growing vast varieties and quantities of both wild and domestic foods.  Calm, warm evenings are followed by cooler, quiet mornings.  Hillside grasses fade to gold like… Continued

Summer Vegetable Einkorn Risotto

Summer Vegetable Einkorn Risotto

Recipe and Photo courtesy of Sugar + Salt Co. Ingredients 4 tablespoons avocado oil, divided1 small onion, finely chopped, divided4-5 medium cloves fresh minced garlic1 ½ teaspoons coarse Kosher salt1 tsp fresh ground black pepper4 cups reduced-sodium vegetable broth1 ½ cups Einkorn berries2 cups water1 medium zucchini, cut into 1-inch pieces1 medium yellow squash, cut… Continued

Join us for our Grand Opening on 11/19!

Join us for our Grand Opening on 11/19!

We are thrilled to be able to officially open our doors to all of our friends and neighbors who have patiently waited for the green light to visit. We would love to welcome you to visit any time between 9 am and 3 pm on Saturday, November 19th to say hi, pick up some products,… Continued

August Farmer Notes

August Farmer Notes

August, month of the full Corn Moon; the Ricing Moon; the Harvest Moon – all names from various Native Americans – has come and nearly gone now.  True to form, August is the peak month for harvest of cereal grains around these parts of eastern Washington, as well as elsewhere.  I was reflecting on various harvests… Continued

Customer Profile: Punk Rock Bread

Customer Profile: Punk Rock Bread

by Ashley LodatoBluebird Grain Farms staff writerphotos courtesy of Punk Rock Bread Punk Rock Bread co-founder Ian Beert loves bread, “always and forever,” but his wife, Andrea, wasn’t able to eat it. Like so many in the modern era, Andrea couldn’t digest gluten properly. Andrea had somewhat resigned herself to a life without bread, until… Continued

July Farmer Notes

July Farmer Notes

That fast, the cool, moist spring and early summer seem to be of the deep past.  True to form, beginning around mid-month July began to kick up the heat.  As I tap these keys the mercury reads an even 100 degrees outside.  The 100’s seem locked in for the remainder of the week and the once… Continued

Marinated Cannellini Bean and Farro Salad

Marinated Cannellini Bean and Farro Salad

Serves 6-8 Copyright: Bluebird Grain Farms Ingredients 3 cups Cannellini beans (2 15 oz cans) 1 cup cooked Bluebird Whole Grain Emmer Farro 1/2 cup red onion, finely diced ⅓ cup olive oil Juice of 2 medium lemons  Grated zest of 1 medium lemon 2 cloves of garlic, finely minced 1 cup of flat leafed… Continued

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