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Fluffy Einkorn Biscuits

Fluffy Einkorn Biscuits

Recipe yields 10-12 medium-sized biscuits Copyright Bluebird Grain Farms Ingredients 3 cups Bluebird whole grain einkorn flour 2  1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon coarse salt 8  tablespoons of chilled organic shortening or butter, cubed 1 teaspoon white vinegar 1/2 cup of milk Parchment paper   Method Heat oven to 450°F.… Continued

Fall Farmer Notes 2019

Fall Farmer Notes 2019

A more succinct November eve I can not imagine as I write these notes. The barren land and empty trees; the sharp light and golden grass; the deep and tangy smell of rotted earth all sanctify one of my favorite of months. You’ve all heard it here before, yet just returning from a walk below… Continued

Customer Profile: Chef Holly Smith and Cafe Juanita

Customer Profile: Chef Holly Smith and Cafe Juanita

by Ashley Lodato, Bluebird Grain Farms staff writer Arriving at Kirkland’s Cafe Juanita feels a little bit like arriving at the home of a friend. A friend who is an exceptional cook and fantastic hostess, with a fabulous house and enviable yard. Although the mid-century modern house has served as a restaurant for more than… Continued

Einkorn Broccoli Slaw

Einkorn Broccoli Slaw

Copyright Bluebird Grain Farms / Recipe by Jean Galton Makes 8 servings Ingredients Slaw 1 cup  bluebird einkorn 1 head broccoli 2 cups thinly shredded purple cabbage 1 cup julienned or shredded carrot Dressing ½ cup plain Greek yogurt 1/3 cup mayonnaise 2-3 tablespoons cider vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar ¼ cup finely chopped shallot Pinch… Continued

August Farmer Notes

August Farmer Notes

Indeed,  summer weather held off a long while this year.  As we close out August here the temperature has just now hit the 90’s for two straight days!  But only two. And so far, we are grateful for mostly clear, no-smoke skies. Phew! Lots of tinder now, however, so we are ever watchful.  Still and… Continued

Customer Profile: Cow & Clementine

Customer Profile: Cow & Clementine

by Ashley Lodato Bluebird Grain Farms staff writer photos courtesy of Cow & Clementine Like many people, Cow & Clementine bakery owner Joe Cowan found himself having trouble digesting wheat. But unlike many people, Joe sought and found a solution. After consulting with his father, the renowned holistic physician Dr. Thomas Cowan, Joe began baking… Continued

July Farmer Notes

July Farmer Notes

It’s been a busy month here at Bluebird. All the young birds have fledged, even the natty little house wrens that seem to always take up a nesting spot on the porch rafters of, well, our house!  Right above where I sip my morning cup as the sun works its way up the back of… Continued

Leek and Squash Einkornotto

Leek and Squash Einkornotto

Recipe developed by Jean Galton /  ©Bluebird Grain Farms Yields 4 servings Ingredients 1 large delicata squash, cut in half lengthwise, seeded and cut into ½-inch thick slices or 1 medium butternut squash, peeled, seeded and cut into ½-inch thick slices 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 leeks,… Continued

June Farmer Notes

June Farmer Notes

Two months have come and gone since my last Notes.  As has Summer Solstice. Time waits for no one, truth to tell.  Country living with the rain and birds and wind, or in the city where traffic and morning commute sets the rhythm – it seems to make little difference insofar as the pace of… Continued

Customer Profile: Executive Chef Patrick Durgan and the Bellingham Public Schools Food Services Program

Customer Profile: Executive Chef Patrick Durgan and the Bellingham Public Schools Food Services Program

by Ashley Lodato Bluebird Grain Farms staff writer Imagine these items on a menu: Asian Beef Rice Bowl with Broccoli Spring Roll, Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich, Chicken Yakisoba. Vegan Chickpea Masala. Sounds like the kind of place you’d want to eat, right? Then imagine those menu items created from scratch using locally and regionally sourced… Continued

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