- December 15th, 2014
- Comments Off on Recipes from Our Chalkboard – Our House-made Preserves
Asian Plum Marinade great for poultry, pork & beef Makes about 1 1/2 cups 1/4 cup Southport Grocery European Plum Preserves 3 T. hoisin sauce 2 T. canola oil 2...
- October 22nd, 2014
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Worried about the cross look from Grandma about your choice of side this year? Bring something worth bragging about – catering from us! Here is the full menu to choose...
- October 7th, 2014
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A couple of years ago we got our preservationist to answer a handful of questions, but now we wanted to check back in. See what, if anything, she had to...
- September 18th, 2014
- Comments Off on Bread & Butter Cauliflower – Fall in Love With Florets
What is it about love that draws the heart? It may seem banal to play the ‘love card’ when it comes to canned cauliflower, but it truly sends our heart...
- July 29th, 2014
- Comments Off on Summer ’14, Strawberry French Toast
It’s becoming a tradition of sorts, to bring the sun-drenched necked red beauties to our ever-present Stuffed French Toast. We pull from flats of ripe strawberries and get to work...
- July 5th, 2014
- Comments Off on Metropolis Coffee’s New Skin – Style To Boot
If you have had issue finding Metropolis Coffee on our shelves, you may have been looking for the wrong bag – that is because those lovely coffee slingers brought us...
- June 9th, 2014
- Comments Off on Our New Featured Artist – Mark Yee
There is that art that is meticulously planned, sketched, worked through and essentially is ‘never done’. Our newest featured artist lets the art happen, making it a kind of surprise...
- April 24th, 2014
- Comments Off on Jacobsen Salt – Finish A Meal Right
Really, truly good salt is a cornerstone of better food. Finishing food with the right salt to compliment and push the dish to it’s right place. Being complementary instead of...
- April 24th, 2014
- Comments Off on Our Featured Artist – Jenny Stocker
History has bestowed upon us a great many techniques of crafting impressionable art. Watercolor, oils, mixed media, sculpture, and so on – the list is as long as it is...
- April 23rd, 2014
- Comments Off on Melted Maple Soda – Bridging The Seasons
While the breezes of spring drag sprouts and buds out from hiding, we were looking for ways to tie winter and summer together with a drink. We’d like to introduce...