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ONES TO WATCH: THE BAKERs – Dishing JH

“For Francesca Weikert and Blaine Gallivan, it all started with a sourdough starter. The couple began baking bread for themselves and their friends, but their organic sourdough loaves made with ingredients like rosemary, olive oil and sage were too good to keep to themselves. The couple soon began a bread share to meet demand, and that was only the beginning.”

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A TASTE OF THE ALPS IN THE TETONS – JH STYLE MAGAZINE

“On a late summer evening in 2016, Francesca Weikert and Blaine Gallivan sat on the deck of a hut in the Italian Alps, drawing our their future on a napkin. They were in the middle of a hut-to-hut mountain biking trip, but they were also looking forward to planning their next steps.”

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IN SEASON OFFERS SUMMER BREAD SHARE – JACKSON HOLE NEWS & GUIDE

“Years before Netflix and Spotify introduced consumers to now-ubiquitous subscription products, small-scale farmers were seeking to smooth out their finances with subscription vegetable boxes through a system known as “farm shares” or community supported agriculture.”

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Winter’s Bounty: In season’s winter bread share – dishing jh

“The snow’s coming down and soup season is on. What is soup’s favorite companion? Bread. Honestly, though, what doesn’t bread pair well with? Add to a charcuterie board, spread with butter and preserves for breakfast or serve a slice next to an indulgent, rustic inspired dinner. The options are endless, so it’s a good thing the In Season winter bread share program allows folks to stay stocked with sourdough loaves all winter long.”

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Mizu Mission: European Trails With Francesa Weikert and Blaine Gallivan

“Fresh off a biking trip through 500km of European trails duo Francesa Weikert and Blaine Gallivan took a moment to share their adventure with us and catch us up on all that we missed. Franny and Blaine are outdoor enthusiasts loving everything that an adventure encompasses while documenting every step along the way. Living in their 1978 Alaskan camper has “provided many lessons in simplicity and in genuine interactions with our human and natural world” which fuels their ongoing fire for exploration and discovery.”


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