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Finding Local: Maine Grains Flour and Grains

A brand new display of Maine Grains just appeared at Philbrick’s Fresh Market in Portsmouth — including their whole wheat flour, sifted wheat flour, wheat berries and cracked oats, all from Aroostook County and stone ground at the Somerset Grist Mill in Skowhegan — making it easier … Continue reading

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Buttermilk Pretzel Rolls

Buttermilk Pretzel Rolls, those three words combined says it all. They fit snugly in the palm of a hand, as a roll should, and, like a pretzel, beg to be torn apart to be fully enjoyed, with the buttermilk lending … Continue reading

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Baking with Locally Grown Grains

It used to be the challenge was in sourcing locally grown grains. As their availability increases, so is the knowledge about baking with them. At the forefront of passing on this knowledge is Jeffrey Hamelman of King Arthur Flour, who offered a … Continue reading

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