BumbleBar has a new gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and mostly raw addition to its organic snack bar family.
The Spokane-based company owned by Liz and Glenn Ward has created the new JunoBar, which is set to hit store shelves by the end of the month.
The new bar made with dates and quinoa is high in fiber and protein. Protein in the bars comes from crisped quinoa, as well as hemp and rice protein. Each bar has at least 20 percent of the day’s recommended fiber.
JunoBar comes in three flavors: Brownie Batter, with chia seeds and vanilla; Apple Crisp with cinnamon, apple and vanilla; and Peanut Butter Cookie. They are named for the Roman goddess Juno, who was often described as having “fullness of vital force” and eternal youthfulness, according to a news release.
Find out more about BumbleBar and JunoBar at www.bumblebar.com.
Europa and No-Li host beer dinner
Europa Restaurant & Bakery and local brewer No-Li have teamed up for a brewer’s dinner on Tuesday. The five-course dinner features dishes created by Europa chef and owner Jeff Engels paired with a different No-Li beers, including rack of lamb with romesco sauce and No-Li Crystal Bitter and roasted pork tenderloin in a raspberry maple syrup glaze with No-Li Silent Treatment Pale Ale. Europa pastry chef Christine Sutton’s chocolate espresso cake is featured for the final course with No-Li Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout.
Tickets are $50 per person. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. at Europa, 125 S. Wall St. Reservations are required. Reach Europa at (509) 455-4051.
Celebrate farmers markets through Saturday
Washington Farmers Market Week continues through Saturday with special events at some of the 110 farmers markets in the state.
Find an area market in the farmers market calendar on page C3 or at www.wafarmers markets.com and buy ingredients for Sweet Corn and Pepper Salsa from chef Jason Brzozowy of Tilth Restaurant in Seattle. The recipe is on page C3 in today’s Food section.
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