Sunday, January 11, 2009

Pancakes the way they should be

During the lovely snowfall we're having here today, I made blueberry pancakes.
Almost all the ingredients came from right here in Maine, and I bought them at the co-op which is a few blocks away. And of course it's almost all organic.

The butter is made fresh daily in Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
The spelt flour was grown and milled through the Crown of Maine cooperative.
The eggs were laid and collected at a farm up the road (don't have the name of the farm here, but it's right near town).
The blueberries were grown and packed at Blue Barrens Farm in Columbia, Maine.
The (sea) salt came from Marshfield. I don't actually know where that is in Maine, but c'mon--the salt is local!
And we topped them off with maple syrup from Kinney's Sugarhouse in Knox, which is just a few miles away.


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