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Recipe Request: Potato Mille-Feuille

We love getting recipe requests from guests. It gives us a chance to shine a light on our culinary team’s work and it gets people cooking! Our latest request comes from Scott in Texas who visited us for dinner in The Cache: My wife and…

Forevergreen Farm Microgreens

Kelly and Evan in the Microgreenhouse You’ll find Forevergreen Farm’s beautiful microgreens throughout Ginger and Baker, garnishing entrees in The Cache and making event dishes look and taste extra-special. Not only lovely, these delicate, super-fresh baby shoots are nutritional powerhouses. “Studies have shown that A…

Cinnamon Toast, and a Bit of Happiness

By Chef Deb Traylor One of the real pleasures I have as a chef and a culinary instructor is hearing about our guests’ childhood food experiences. Simple little treats – usually made by a grandmother, aunt, or mom – often hold the strongest memories. Anyone…

Trading Hockey Sticks for Whisks

by Piper Fennimore Last week, the Teaching Kitchen Team skated into the kitchen with the Colorado Eagles hockey team and dropped the puck on an afternoon of fun… The goal? To learn how to cook fast, easy, nutritional meals that can sustain an athlete in…

Lilac Syrup

The smell of fresh lilacs is one of the great treats of spring and now that they are starting to fade, why not use those blossoms to make lilac syrup? The delicate flavor of those purple blossoms pair wonderfully with lemon or strawberries so it…

Chive Blossom Vinegar

by Chef Deb Traylor Order To Go For as long as I can remember, I’ve been fascinated with using aromatic blossoms in ways that preserve their essence and fragrance. (Of course, I always do my research to ensure the blossoms and blooms are not toxic.) …

A Letter to Mom

by Ginger Graham It’s almost Mother’s Day. And this year, as in many past, it is also my mom’s birthday. She’s been gone for eighteen years… but she is with me every day. I have always believed I drew the lucky straw when it came to…

Connection and Continuation

by Chef Deb Traylor Not a day goes by that we don’t get asked questions about how we came up with our name, Ginger and Baker.  I’m always fielding questions like: “Is there a real Ginger?” You bet. “Chef Deb, is your last name Baker?” Nope. “Deb,…

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