About us...

The Providence Granola Project began after a late night, a few beers, and a couple of good friends asking a question: what might help newly-arrived international refugees start rebuilding their lives in Providence? The answer: artisanal granola, of course. Let’s face it, granola is just about the perfect food - wholesome, natural, mysterious, deep. And when it tastes this good, why shouldn’t it help a few people along the way? Using mostly organic ingredients, our granola is locally made in the Amos House kitchen with the help of refugees from Burundi, Myanmar, and Iraq. Visit our website at http://providencegranola.com.
Or check out our online shop for all of our Rhode Island made artisan granola products!





Thursday, February 10, 2011

February's Recipe of the Month: Cherry Chocolate


In honor of Valentines Day, February's Recipe of the Month is "Cherry Chocolate," a delightful combination of Ghirardelli chocolate, and bright, tart cherries, orange peel, kirsch, zante currants, (along with all the other good granola-y ingredients). Enjoy!

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