The Metigoshe Blog


Foccacia Bread by Bethany

You can make fresh bread! I promise! This recipe replaces kneading with an overnight rest, and is basically fail-proof (it’s supposed to look flat and lumpy!) Use it to make sandwiches, serve it with soup, eat it straight from the … Continue reading

Zucchini Cranberry Cookies by Bethany

This recipe comes from a whole-grain cookbook, but don’t be fooled by the wholesome ingredients–these cookies will disappear from the cookie jar before you can blink. A great way to use up the zucchinis that probably showed up on your … Continue reading

Gluten Free Monster Cookies by Bethany

Who doesn’t love a monster cookie? Oat-y, peanut butter-y, gooey… And the best part? These cookies are gluten free without being hard or needing hard-to-find ingredients! Oats themselves are gluten-free, but occasionally come into contact with wheat in the harvesting … Continue reading

Snowflake Granola from Bethany

To me, every batch of granola that I make is like a snowflake, unique in its balance of oats, seeds, nuts, and fruit, depending on what I have in my pantry. But the basic formula stays the same, and once … Continue reading

Super Salads

This spring Metigrowshe Garden provided a bunch of fresh produce for delicious salads thanks to the great growing conditions inside of our protective high tunnel structure!  No need to worry about the late May frosts that hit the Turtle Mountains. … Continue reading