Quinoa Stuffed Poblano Peppers

I am a self-professed “food pusher” by Chef Deb Traylor Early in my career, I used to volunteer at my local farmer’s market in Longmont, Colorado. Every Saturday, I would walk up and down the market culling produce from our farmers, then I’d go back to my little tent and create something to offer market […]

Restoration & Construction, Part V

The Feed Mill’s iconic stepped parapets on the top of the building where grain was stored. Nooses and Their Uses by Ginger Graham The sight of a noose hanging from the rafters is a startling sight to most folks, but if you’ve ever worked in a mill or if you grew up on a farm […]

Honey Pie With Sea Salt & Whiskey

Happy honeybees and sweet honey pi(e) by Chef Deb Traylor Since today is Pi Day (3.14), I thought it might be the perfect time to share this sweet little early spring recipe for Honey Pie.  There are so many things that make my heart beat with excitement about Ginger and Baker; everything from the restoration […]

Lemon Cream Scones

It’s the simple things… by Chef Deb Traylor Since I’m a chef, people tend to ask me a lot of questions about food and, lately, about Ginger and Baker. Some ask about my culinary background and training. Sometimes it’s cooking questions or technical tips. Sometimes, the question is about my favorite range, knives or cookware. […]