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Hawaiian Butter Mochi

Butter Mochi

Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with the flavors of the Pacific. Hawaiian butter mochi is a melt-in-your-mouth, gooey dessert made with mochiko rice flour, butter, sugar, and coconut milk. This delicious, gluten-free dessert strikes the perfect balance between soft & chewy and sweet & salty.

Celebrate Mother's Day with a Delightful Garden Tea Party

Mother's Day Tea Party

Mother's Day is the second Sunday in May, and what better way to honor mom than with a garden party? It's easy to create an enchanting backyard or patio gathering for your mom, grandma, or any other special mother figure in your life! Read on for inspiration including recipes for English Tea Sandwiches and Egg Bites featuring some of our favorite local delights like organic pasture-raised eggs from Stiebrs, fresh seasonal fruit and veggies, Seattle Bagel Bakery cream cheese, and more.

English Tea Sandwiches

English Tea Sandwiches

Elevate your next tea party with delightful tea sandwiches! These dainty delights are more than just finger food – they're a delicious way to add a touch of sophistication and charm to your gathering. Each bite-sized sandwich offers a burst of flavor, from the refreshing coolness of cucumber and cream cheese to the richness of smoked salmon and herbs. Because they're small and easy to eat, they allow your guests to mingle and indulge in a variety of savory and delightful options. Plus, the beautiful presentation – often with crusts removed and cut into elegant shapes – adds a touch of whimsy to your brunch table.

Meet the Maker: Uli's Famous Sausage

Meet the Maker: Uli's Famous Sausage

Just like Smith Brothers Farms, Uli's Famous Sausage is deeply rooted in Washington, proudly serving the local community for more than two decades. German Master Butcher Uli Lengenberg shares the beginnings of Uli's Famous Sausage, which first opened its doors at the iconic Pike Place Market in May 2000.

Drink Pink: Fueling Breast Cancer Research at Fred Hutch

Smith Brothers Farms Drink Pink Campaign

Every year in May, we team up with Fred Hutch to kick off our annual Drink Pink campaign. We started and continue to do this campaign in honor of the Smith family matriarch, our employees and customers, and their families who have been affected by cancer. Find out how you can treat yourself to something a little sweet and help us do a lot of good.

Grow Your Own Food from Scraps: A Beginner's Guide

Grow Food from Scraps Infographic

Regrowing food from scraps is not only economical but also incredibly satisfying. Not to mention, it's a great way to reduce waste and enjoy fresh produce right from your own garden.

Simple and Delicious Pasta Recipes

Pasta Recipes

Pasta is the ultimate canvas for creativity. With just a handful of ingredients and a dash of imagination, you can transform simple noodles into a culinary masterpiece. From fresh veggies to succulent seafood, the pasta-bilities are as endless as your appetite.

Egg Bites

Egg Bites

Love a showstopping brunch or need healthy breakfasts for a crowd? Look no further than egg bites! Egg bites are protein powerhouses and are endlessly customizable. Plus, they're great for using up leftover odds and ends at the end of the week for weekend breakfasts. Got leftover broccoli and cheese? Simply whisk them into eggs! Not enough diced ham and peppers to use in anything else? Egg bites to the rescue! They're incredibly easy and quick to make, are perfect for meal prepping, and store beautifully in the fridge for healthy grab-and-go breakfast throughout the week.

One Pot Ricotta Mac & Cheese

Ricotta Mac & Cheese

Creamy, cheesy, and easy—those are three of our favorite adjectives when it comes to a meal. Perfect for days when comfort is a top priority, this easy mac and cheese is ready in just minutes!

How to Make DIY Fire Starters with Recycled Egg Cartons, Dryer Lint, and Crayons

People at a Campfire

These DIY fire starters are not only practical and effective but also eco-friendly, using materials that would otherwise end up in the trash: egg cartons, dryer lint, and those tiny nubs of broken crayons that are too small to color with.