|My homemade granola|
|The welcoming entrance sign|
|Sunny Farms' front entrance|
|Half of their dried goods isle|
I've mentioned how much amazing dried goods are offered at Sunny Farms in Sequim. They make it so easy for me to assemble the ingredients for my granola. I park my cart in an area hopefully out of the way of other shoppers and begin filling my plastic bags and labeling them with the bin numbers, stacking them on the growing mound in my cart.
|My granola makings|
|A big bowl of goodies|
|Chopped almonds are added|
|Shredded coconut added to the mixed dried goods|
|A closeup of the mixed grains|
|Raspberry honey, bourbon vanilla, molasses, orange juice and zest, grated fresh ginger|
|Oranges and ginger zested|
The oranges are scrubbed lightly under tap water, dried and zested. The fresh ginger is zested as well, removing any larger chunks of the outer skin from the juicier, flavorful interior.
|The wet ingredients are combined in a large measuring cup for mixing|
|Granola being stirred in the oven|
|Perfume is filling my house|
When I went to bed last night, my room still smelled of the baked granola. I smiled at the comfort of knowing that my Mom had successfully passed another torch to me and that I kept the legacy going. It's only granola, right?! Or is it?
|My breakfast today|
Seek out those legacies and pass them on with the love they were passed to you and maybe a little bit more if you have it to share...
Chow for now my friends!