by Susan Gibson, HFM volunteer If you are gluten intolerant, have a wheat, barley, or rye allergy, or even worse celiac disease, when was the last time you recall having a pastry so delightfully rich and satisfying, you wanted to burst into song? Well maybe not the song, but if one of these conditions applies […]
by Susan Gibson, HFM volunteer For well over 2000 years, sausages have been made in Europe. An article by Queen City Sausage in Cincinnati, Ohio tell us “It is believed that the Romans were among the first to preserve meat in sausage form. They learned with time that salt, smoking methods, and spices improved the […]
by Emilie Woods, HFM volunteer “There was a real need for it,” says Portland’s Nikki Guerrero about the lack of quality, fresh salsa in the city in 2008, the year that she formed Hot Mama Salsa. Now with the variety of local purveyors in Portland, Oregon, it is hard to imagine a time when such […]
By Emilie Woods, HFM volunteer, May 2017 As Aaron and Jesse Nichols walked me through the greenhouse, past their horses, and into the rows of veggies patiently waiting for drier days, I thought to myself how very seasoned these two men seemed. With ease, they described everything from the greenhouse that Jesse is currently building […]
A couple weeks ago, we had the pleasure of going morel hunting with “Wild” Bill Cole from Nature’s Wild Harvest. HFM volunteers Rollin and Lianne Bannow joined us, and put together this great video vendor profile! Click below to watch the video!