5:09am | November 25, 2013

Clean Food for the Holidays

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Get our Clean Food Guide to the Holiday

Around the Napa Valley, the gorgeous colors of late fall remind me that entertaining season is right around the corner.  And while we all want our celebrations to be memorable and perfect, I’m always in favor of slowing down and creating more meaning in each meal.  Remember your artisan purveyors, local farmers, and seasonal foods even if it means a slight break from tradition.  We’ve created a guide to clean food for the holidays, which we’ll email you today.  Visit Barnraiser.us and support clean, responsibly raised food in each and every meal.

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