|Old Dog Baking offers delicious new tricks|
Mount Desert Islander - 8/13/2015. By Liz Graves - In the wee hours of the morning, Steve Anastasia is hard at work in the kitchen at Sweet Pea Farm Café. Doing business as Old Dog Baking Company, he uses the wood-fired oven when it’s not in use by the café to make a variety of naturally leavened breads. The “naturally-leavened” part means they all have a native yeast ferment, otherwise known as a starter or levain. Sourdough bread is one classic made this way, but Old Dog also offers baguettes, ciabatta, semolina, rye and Maine-grown whole wheat.
|Maine Terroir is Brewing|
Fair Food Network - 8/13/2015. Your product is delicious, the market for it is exploding, and your business is thriving. You are ready for expansion, but you need capital. You need a funder who gets your mission and your business.
|Registrations Open for Knox County Farm Tour|
The Free Press - 8/13/2015. Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District Farm Tour will hit the road on Saturday, September 12, departing from the District office on Route 90 in Rockport at 9 a.m. and returning at 4 p.m. This year’s tour is of five very different farms in Knox County, where tourgoers will see conservation practices in action, learn about the benefits of local foods, and enjoy the view traveling through the midcoast landscape in a climate-controlled luxury coach.