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White asparagus and green asparagus tart

White Asparagus Savory Tart Recipe

Sure, you love green asparagus, but what about its mysterious cousin, white asparagus? It’s tantalizing, different, and so… white. (Fun fact: The white version is basically just asparagus that’s never seen sunshine. As such, the taste is similar to green asparagus but very mild and a little earthier.) So when we recently saw some beautiful […]

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Camping With the Camp & Cabin Cookbook

I love camping and make it a point to do it at least once a month, either with family or friends. Last time I went boondocking I used this crow survival guide to know all it and I met this lovely couple along the way from whom I ended up learning a ton of things. […]

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Make Your Own Cheese Tea

Cheese Tea, Anyone?

Yes, you heard that right – It’s cheese tea, and it’s about to be your favorite new drink. And don’t let the name scare you off. Cheese tea (or “fluffy” tea) is basically your favorite sweet tea, topped with a frothy layer of whipped cream cheese, whipping cream, and sea salt. The final effect, is […]

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California Basque Boardinghouse Dinner

A Traditional California Basque Boardinghouse Dinner

The Basque boardinghouse dinner is a hearty, delicious, and boisterous tradition – and it’s a unique piece of California culinary history. Although this family-style public dinner has practically vanished from the Los Angeles area since its heyday in the late 19th century, there’s new interest among culinary historians and Basque food enthusiasts in preserving this […]

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Tillamook Cheese and the Oregon Coast

Visit Tillamook County along the Oregon coastline, and you’ll see why people call it the land of “Cheese, Trees, and Ocean Breeze.” The scenery is stunning, and the cheese is world-class. Thanks to Tillamook County’s mild and wet climate, the moist grassland is the perfect spot for dairy cows. In fact, wherever you see an […]

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Real Food and the Foraging Experience

You may look at the side of a mountain and see nothing beyond mottled gray and green brush, but foraging expert Pascal Baudar sees something entirely different. “For me, it’s like a grocery store,” he says with a chuckle. We are sitting with a group of Tillamook Co-Op members at One Gun Ranch, an organic […]

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