I’ve been taking advantage of the post-market, pre-holiday seasonal lull to try out some new recipes and plan for a new and exciting year. As part of that, Pure Simple Juice, along with the help of a supportive and energetic customer, is working on a new recipe for nut milk that can be frothed, steamed, and sipped in one fine cup of coffee. So stay tuned for our very own cafe blend.
At the coffee shop with Brennan Novak & Courier Coffee: http://www.couriercoffeeroasters.com/wordpress/
November 9th, 2011
Liberty Glass starts brunch this weekend, one of the accounts we roast coffee for. Located down hill from the intersection of Fremont & Mississippi, in the house. They will be brewing one liter at a time, between making bloody mary’s, beer, and dishing out breakfast.
The espresso batch we tapped into this week (at our bar) is an improvement over last. Tuesday and Today were pretty killer for making Little Buddy’s, and straight espresso with the El Salvador Rosario farm coffee of 11/7/5am. Last week espresso was a touch dark for our taste, and actually we still want to go yet lighter with our espresso roast. Much improving to go! Always feel free to tell us your thoughts on drinks please, we are here to help.
Bakery items have been switching up quite a bit on bar. We are reworking the molasses cookie recipe to include more butter than before, and then attempting to rework a second recipe of the same that is entirely vegan (at the suggestion of Dovetail Baking). Each milk drink made “for here” is now getting plated with a tiny molasses cookie (of the butter recipe), last weeks cookies were gingerbread. The Muffins especially we are working to cram as much healthy stuff in as possible (more whole wheat, amaranth, house milled golden flax). Keep in mind almost all of our grain and seed is Bobs Redmill, and all our molasses is organic. Above we are running tests on non-gmo dairy alternatives. Everything except bars and granola we are baking off each morning!
This is the time of year your body needs raw juice the most. As the weather changes and our desire for warm, comfort foods sets in we tend to gravitate towards cooked foods vs. raw. And often times this change also brings about colds and other illness. So do yourself a favor and bring on the fresh juice!
Fresh Juice available at Salt, Fire & Time Kitchen–Thursdays in November 12-7pm (except Thanksgiving)
Seasonal Blends Include:
Carrot/Apple/Ginger-A Pure Simple Juice classic as it is just so good. Chocked full of healing nutrients to keep you healthy as the weather gets cold.
Apple/Kale/Mint-Refreshing, Sweet, and Green! An amazing way to get some green goodness in your life.
Pure Simple Juice Almond Milk-A delicious blend of almonds, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, maple syrup, sea salt and cinnamon. Perfect cool or warmed up with a little extra cinnamon.
Honey Almond-Available by email order.
As always pre-order by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure availability.
Now taking orders for Wednesday, October 19th pick-up. Fresh fall flavors include:
-carrot/apple/fennel/ginger, an immune booster with a warming touch
-celery/parsnip, a soothing green juice for Fall
-cinnamon almond milk, our traditional almond milk with a little extra touch of cinnamon
Our community kitchen is on the mend so juice production will be limited. Email me to ensure your fresh juice: email@example.com
PURE SIMPLE JUICE IS HIRING
Very very part-time position:
Locally, owned juice/nutrition company seeking a competent, friendly individual with kitchen experience or desire to be in a kitchen. Interest in nutrition and food is a must. Very part-time food-prep/juice making/dish washing position, estimated 4-8 hours per week, Thursday and Sunday mornings.
Seeking a motivated individual whom is interested in food, nutrition, small business and sales/marketing. As a growing business we need help! Creative thoughts, manpower, and computer/social media skills can all be utilized and in turn you get the full experience of working in small business. Some prior education and experience is helpful but not integral.
-Ability to learn the basics of operating a business.
-Spend time working in a commercial kitchen.
-Basic food prep skills can be taught.
-Under the guidance of a registered dietitian, learn about nutrition, your food and how it affects your body and/or how you as a nutrition professional may like to own/operate your own small business.
-Ability to be a part of any opportunities of interest, festivals, events…the list is endless.
-Opportunity to attend nutrition classes, workshops and of course, whats better than fresh juice?!
Looking for an intern to work with us an estimated 8-12 hours per week, schedule is flexible.
A small juice/nutrition company specializing in fresh, locally sourced, organic juices/juice cleanses and nutrition classes. We share a community kitchen space and value connecting with our community through offering education opportunities, food sourcing through small Oregon farms and participating in other community events.
Send resume and contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday is here however due to unforseen circumstances our kitchen is undergoing a Fall Deep Clean and is closed for the week. There will be no juice making this week however I’ll resume as scheduled making juice on Thursdays through the Fall/Winter, fresh juice available Thursday/Friday 11-7pm.
And of course if you are in need of a healthy dose of antioxidants, vitamins/minerals from fresh juice before next week, make an order. Fresh juice will be made this Sunday by order only.
Thanks for Understanding!