A warming, spirited Washington take on the classic whiskey ginger. Cascadia Daily delivers a little zing, a little zest, and a whole lot of fun. Plus, the shrub is full of digestive health benefits thanks to ginger and raw organic apple cider vinegar. Drink by a roaring fireplace for ultimate cozy vibes.
Maple-Ginger Tummy Tonic
A delicious warming tonic to support digestive health. Health starts in the gut—that’s where raw Apple State Vinegar comes in! Sit back, sip, and enjoy some delicious flavors!
Bellingham Pasta Co. Lasagna
This delicious vegetarian lasagna recipe uses fresh pasta sheets from Bellingham Pasta Co.
Gut Nourishing Steel Cut Oats
Warm up with something satisfying and nourishing. Enjoy this easy-to-prepare recipe for Gut Nourishing Steel Cut Oats after a workout, as a fiber-rich breakfast, or simply as a snack.
Chocolate Raspberry Tart
This decadent vegan tart can be made with any berry, but I especially like the combination of tart raspberries and sweet chocolate.
Natural Vegan Blueberry Jam
This natural vegan blueberry jam is sweetened with only berries and dates. The dates also help thicken the jam, along with ground chia seeds. Try making it with your favorite summer berries!
Mixed Berry Crumble
Serve this warm with a scoop of ice cream and you can’t miss. Vary the flavors by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon to the topping, or change the balance of berries in the mix. Substitute a gluten-free flour blend if you prefer.
Fresh Berry Cream Tartlets
These cute little tarts are perfect portions for dessert, and the berries on top glisten like little gems. A pecan and maple crust is like a crunchy cookie, and a perfect foil for the rich crème fraîche and juicy berries.
Tangy sweet balsamic sauce complements fresh strawberries atop ice cream, yogurt, or pound cake for a spectacular dessert. Spoon some over sliced pound cake or angel food cake for a special dessert.
Peach and Strawberry Bruschetta
Simple and elegant, this mouthwatering appetizer is a cinch to make and takes advantage of summer’s most luscious fruits. Serve with a glass of sparkling lemonade, limeade, or prosecco.