An all-American Pie Dough Recipe from the TwoJunes.
From the TwoJunes, comes this mouth-watering twist on the traditional chicken pot pie recipe.
Sometimes it’s a challenge for a commercial baker to convert to scale for home baking. In this pie recipe, Lisa Bell does her best to not over do it :).
A functioning sustainable kitchen relishes a challenge, be it using up leftovers creatively, finding just one more way to use zucchini, or recycling bones and veggie scraps into stock.
This recipe makes 3 dozen squares (6X6 rows, roughly 1 1/4″ each.), and these Dark Chocolate-Prune Bar Cookies are quite rich!
Chefs and bakers don’t regret the high cost of supporting sustainable meat, small farms and local artisan foods businesses, they improve the quality of life.
Many in the artisan community spend a huge portion of their income on quality food despite the price disparity between sustainable and conventional food.
Portland, Oregon, is a city on the cutting edge of artisan food. Yet, the sad irony is that the pay for skilled artisan food labor is terribly low.
Two Junes have vented their mixed bag of liberal guilt and righteous indignation on the difficulties of creating a sustainable food movement for everyone.