We are feeling so lucky these days.
Our cookbook is finally out. We just finished a glorious trip to New York City. We are headed to San Francisco early tomorrow morning for BlogHer Food, where I’ve been asked to speak. (I’m part of the final keynote address, with my friend Molly Wizenberg and Michael Ruhlman.) We’re all healthy, happy, and full of music. We eat well. We’re here.
We also feel lucky because we have connected with the sponsors for this site.
Tonight, we’d like to introduce our latest sponsor to you.
Bakery on Main makes great gluten-free granola. It’s made with toasted corn, rice, flax seeds, and sunflower seeds. Some of the granolas have apples and raisins. Others contain cranberries and almonds. Another has coconut, filberts, and apricots. They’re all full of healthy ingredients, stay crunchy in a bowl of yogurt, and are delicious.
We’ve been eating this granola for years now. When life is too busy to make my own granola — like the rest of this fall threatens to be! — I’m thrilled that we have bags of Bakery on Main granola at our island grocery store. Danny, who used to think of granola as hippie food, eats this up happily.
They also make cranberry-maple-nut granola bars that have become a particular favorite of Lu’s.
We only take on sponsors for this site who make food we love. We don’t make the connection with any companies whose food we do not buy. You know that you can trust us when we say:
we recommend Bakery on Main granola to you.