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Caprese Chicken

2019-09-04T15:59:13+00:00Recipes|

Whisk me off to Italy, and never bring me back! Here is a hearty rendition of a classic salad, and a lovely way to keep summer going. Ingredients:1.5 lbs. Chicken (I love thighs)8 oz. Fresh mozzarella1 cup loosely packed basil (3 or 4 large leaves per thigh)8 oz tomato (cherry or sliced)Salt and

Frost and the Cellar

2018-10-25T00:17:50+00:00The Farm|

As these clear October nights dip into the teens, the team at Rainshadow Organics hustles to put food up for winter.  They have pickled, sauced, jammed, and fermented since mid-July.  Their farm store shelves are full from floor to ceiling. The pastured pork, beef, and chicken fills the freezers.  The wheat, corn, and

Beef Tail Osso Buco with Roasted Winter Vegetables and Balsamic Grits

2018-05-29T18:53:45+00:00Recipes|

Nose to tail eating is sometimes precisely that. I often see people around me infatuated with the buzz words of our time: "organic" "sustainable" "farm to table" "nose to tail" "eco-friendly" "gmo-free"... The list of perceived consciousness could go on forever. But how does one really feel about the offal of an animal who was

Fresh from the Farm: Cooking Class & Dinner with Rainshadow Organics and Farmbelly

2018-05-21T22:04:47+00:00Uncategorized|

Cooking Class & Dinner with Rainshadow Organics and Farmbelly Central Oregon Farmer's Markets are open! Get creative with cooking the first of this season’s produce in this hands-on workshop and dinner on Saturday, June 9th at 5pm. Rainshadow is partnering with farmer + chef Michelle Aronson of Farmbelly to launch our first on-farm cooking classes in our