This week’s Mid Week MUNCH was so easy to choose, because after attending the amazing tasting event at Starbucks HQ with Pascal Rigo… his artistry has been keeping my taste buds and mind firmly planted in the memories of homemade cooking and family-meal celebrating that I’ve been so lucky to know as a farm girl. Pascal’s wonderful Starbucks SWAG bag with all the yummy La Boulange treats inside have also rekindled these cuisine-related experiences for me that you can now enjoy soon too!
And then when i started reviewing the scrumptious cookbook that was included in my goody bag look at what I found? A recipe for that same granola!
What I ADORE about discovering the granola and recipe is that my mother still makes our family homemade granola, and at certain times of the year when you step into the farmhouse you will immediately smell the dehydrator’s 10 layers either drying apples from the orchard, strawberries from the latest picking or granola (or all of them!) and what a lovely, down-home aroma it is! So when I tasted La Boulange’s Granola I knew instantly that it was truly “homemade” good…that once you get a chance to put La Boulange’s granola over your yogurt, in a bowl with soy milk, or just sit and eat it with Tazo Tea like I did today, you will taste a bit of that down-home taste like I’ve experienced my entire life.
Enjoy these new products everyone, for these are the items that memories are made of! Pascal… thank you. Your items have helped open up my tastebuds to their sweet memories of youth on the farm in the last 24 hours which is a present unlike any other could have given. La Boulange will always have a place in my heart now!