New Supplier: nineteen27 s’mores

nineteen27 amores

We are delighted to introduce a new vendor in our general store – nineteen27 s’mores from Portland, OR. Owned and operated by James and Elise Kelly, nineteen27 s’mores came by its quirky name because the first s’more recipe ever documented was in a girl scouts booklet in 1927. If you’re ever in Portland track down their portable s’mores cart (psssst Bozeman we need one of these!). They also create s’mores kits and artisan marshmallows, both of which we have available for sale in our mercantile.

nineteen27 marshmallows

We’re loving putting their dreamy, pillowy soft marshmallows in drink specials. Nineteen27 marshmallows in a cup of Woodblock Hot Chocolate, while reading the latest issue of new local magazine Park + Life is all the ingredients for a sweet escape either here at Feed or at home – we can send you with all the ingredients but the milk.

nineteen27 and woodblock

Their graham crackers and marshmallows are made from scratch in Portland, and they use high quality chocolate from Portland chocolatier Missionary Chocolates. The difference from the s’mores of our childhoods is noticeable. Give them a try!

Cherry and Pine Cocktails

It’s Flathead cherry season, that brief and beautiful time when we gorge ourselves on glorious cherries from our own state. We recently came across this recipe for Muddled Cherry and Pine Cocktails and it is amazing. It uses Pine Tonic from Dram Apothecary, which is available for sale in our mercantile, so you can make this delicious drink at home.

cherry pine 2Photo courtesy of The Eternal Child

Muddled Cherry and Pine Cocktails
Courtesy of The Eternal Child

5-6 muddled cherries
1 Tsp Dram Pine Syrup
1 Shot Hendricks Gin
Half a lime, squeezed
Tonic or soda to taste
Thyme to garnish

Combine all ingredients and enjoy responsibly!

Dram apothecary

Dram Apothecary’s Wild Mountain Sage Bitters are also delicious, especially when combined with a good gin and some soda.

Feed Dish Towels

We have new dish towels available for sale! They’re both functional and pretty, made from soft, nubbly cotton with a lovely texture and they wash up well. They remind us of old well-worn flour sacks that might feel right at home in this old barn.

Feed dish towel

We love giving them as house warming gifts when we travel – everyone can use another dish towel or two, and they make great gift wrapping. Place a few a few other delicious items from our mercantile, maybe a small cutting board and some sea salt or hot chocolate mix, tie it all up with some twine and you’ve got a gift that will be both appreciated and well used!

Feed dish towel