Your Opinion Counts Here

Your opinion counts here, we want to read what you have to say about Sedona Pies. Sure we are growing we just want to know how to serve you better. I’ve created a feedback form so you can give me your opinion. I know you have one, my friend Georgette used to say “Everyone has one, they are like belly buttons.” I do miss her. It will take you 5 minutes to fill it out, if … Read more

What is gluten? It’s complicated

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What is gluten? It’s complicated. I’m going to break down the description of what it is so you can make an informed choice. There are two parts to gluten, Gliadins are known for their role, along with glutenin, in the formation of gluten. People with gluten-sensitive enteropathy this is a severe form of celiac disease are sensitive to α, β, and γ gliadins. Those with WD urticaria and Baker’s asthma are sensitive to ω-gliadins. Gliadin is: … Read more

Come Celebrate with us

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Come celebrate with us along with other funded Entrepreneurs at Kiva’s San Jose & Peninsula Launch Party. Sedona Pies will be featured. It’s an evening celebrating the region’s small business owners. From your favorite fruit stand in San Jose to a daycare in Redwood City, neighborhood businesses who bring diversity and character to our communities. We are proud to support local entrepreneurs with 0% interest loans. Wednesday, November 1, 2017 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Corinthian … Read more

Is the Secret Out?

Is the secret out? Spring must be arriving as if you have noticed there are more Foodie things happening. I just picked up Edible Phoenix a magazine about Phoenix foodies. Chef Gwen does write for them, of whom I met at the Farmer to Chef Day a few months back. She told me, she writes however she didn’t tell me that she cooks too! So, the secret is out – Supper Clubs, otherwise known as underground … Read more

Local Grain Project for Arizona

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The local grain project for Arizona, by today’s standards, many mills were powered by water Many mills were not converted to electricity until the 1920’s. Overtime stone mills were replace with a rolling milling process. Hayden Flour Mills is a local grain project , by re-introducing heritage wheat and corn as a local food crop in Arizona. In the 1800’s the abundant crops of Arizona Pima and Maricopa Indian farmers provided the food the fed the … Read more

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