Recipes

Stephanie Petersen
Easy and Moist Oatmeal-Walnut Soda Bread

Easy and Moist Oatmeal-Walnut Soda Bread

Most Irish Soda Bread recipes are rather doughy heavy breads with a thick crust that is dry and doesn’t keep well. The flavor is usually lacking complexity. When our chef was developing this recipe, she wanted to have a softer crumb with full flavor that would last a few days. The oats soaked in buttermilk, butter, and sugar added flavor without making the bread too sweet. The butter helped produce a soft loaf that wasn’t overly rich. Walnuts lend a creamy texture and added complimentary flavor to the bread. In this bread, we use our Whole White Wheat All-Purpose Blend...

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Stephanie Petersen
Red White and Blue Swordfish Tacos on Purple Corn Tortillas

Red White and Blue Swordfish Tacos on Purple Corn Tortillas

  Another Summer recipe comes to us here as we teamed up with Phoenix chef and grilling sensation Johan Magnusson of Big Swede BBQ to create this Fourth of July weekend family meal. Don't limit making these to just once a year!  It's a delicious meal to be enjoyed for all your grilling gatherings. We're obsessed with the smoky grilled flavor of this swordfish and White Chipotle Crema  combined with the Purple cabbage slaw on these Purple Corn Tortillas.  Red, White, and Blue Swordfish Tacos  Ingredients:  2 Swordfish Steaks (or tuna, marlin, or similar fish)  Big Swede BBQ Badass Texas Boost or...

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Grilled Beets and Kamut® Salad

Grilled Beets and Kamut® Salad

Cool off and avoid a hot kitchen with our refreshing recipe prepared entirely outdoors

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Mark Collins
Warm Triticale and Shrimp with Dill Crème Fraiche

Warm Triticale and Shrimp with Dill Crème Fraiche

  What is Triticale? Organic Triticale (trit-ih-KAY-lee) is a combination of wheat and rye. It's like the two grains had a secret handshake and the King of Wheat made a marriage pact with the King of Rye. By royal decree, only the strongest and coolest grains could marry one another. Ha ha! Not to be confused with the inbreeding of some hillbilly clans. It's way cooler...with a lot less banjo music involved. Actually, it came about through the natural process of cross-breeding of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale). The name triticale (Triticalehexaploide Lart.) combines the scientific names of the two genera involved. The history...

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