Creative & Innovative Specialty Foods 

Nominated! | 3x sofi™ Award Finalists

Posted on April 12, 2014 by Ashley Thompson | 0 comments

So does this mean I finally get to meet Oprah?  They are known per O magazine as "the oscars of specialty food" so I hear.  After 4 years of "the rise and grind"...we finally feel like "maybe it is worth it!"  We just received news that we are headed to NYC for the summer fancy food show because we have been nominated by the Specialty Food Association for not one, not two, but three prestigious sofi™ Awards.

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Healthy Breakfast | Coconut Chia Pudding

Posted on January 27, 2014 by Ashley Thompson | 0 comments

So it's all the rage right now, Coconut and Chia seeds.  You all remember those infomercials right?  Can you believe that was the 80's.  Yes we are getting old.  Anyway, forget the chia pet and try this delicious coconut chia pudding.  It's packed with protein, calcium, fiber and omega fatty acids and it leaves you full for hours.


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Drinks: What is a shrub?

Posted on November 30, 2013 by Ashley Thompson | 0 comments

Well low and behold…we have discovered a surprising but brilliant and delicious way to use our flavored finishing vinegars.
Have you guys heard of Shrubs? 
No. Well you are not alone…but there are a whole heap of hipster cool kids that have and they are spreading the word and educating the rest of us.

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Sugared & Spiced Nuts

Posted on November 17, 2013 by Ashley Thompson | 0 comments

Okay, so I made these nuts to put on salad tomorrow but I don't know if they or I will make it till then.  They are soooo good and they do go nicely with my evening IPA.  Not only that, but Wozz is on his way home from a long weekend away and I am sure as soon as he smells the aroma in here, they (the nuts) won't stand a chance. 

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Winter Warmer | 13 Bean Tomato Soup

Posted on November 14, 2013 by Warrick Dowsett | 0 comments


If you are looking to add some vitamins and fiber to your diet, this bean and tomato soup is an easy way to do it.  It is commonly served with a drizzle of olive oil, grated Parmesan cheese and crusty garlic bread. 

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