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A reason, a season or a lifetime...  This has been a phrase I've been reflecting on a lot lately.  Running a business like Voyageurs has helped me to learn to become increasingly neutral and sometimes detached.  Detached to outcomes, neutral to exactly how...
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I’ve been thinking about what to say. The holidays felt like an open loop. I didn’t complete the 12 Days of Holiday deals, as some of you may have noticed. We didn’t post a heartfelt thank you, even though our...
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When I was a kid, I didn't think much of bread pudding. It was something my dad often chose over powdered sugar donuts or coffee cake from the sweets table after church. Though I didn't understand his preference for bread...
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When you hear the word "tartine," what comes to mind? You might think of Tartine Bakery in San Francisco, or the time you ordered a savory ham & gruyère tartine at a quaint cafe in France. Or, like many of...
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Our brand, Voyageurs, was chosen with the intention to help us continue to explore - to continue to be curious about food and our world around us. Part of establishing our brand was to establish our “code of conduct," which...
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Let me make a guess at why you're here reading this blog post. Maybe it’s because you love real bread - artisan, hand-crafted, locally sourced, wholesome bread. Better known as Voyageurs Sourdough. Or maybe you’re here to catch a breath...
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