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Warburtons revamps gluten-free range with new look

first_imgWarburtons has teamed up with chef and author Anna Barnett to create bespoke recipes to promote its gluten-free range, which has been given a new look.The free-from range includes a tiger bloomer, crumpets, toastie loaf and multiseed loaf which, from the start of this month, were rolled out in updated packaging. The packs are now predominantly orange and bring the brand more in line with Warburtons’ core offering, it said.To celebrate the revamp, Barnett – who recently released the cookery book ‘How to be Gluten Free and Keep Your Friends’ – has created five recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner to show how Warburtons Gluten Free products can be used,These include waffles blitzed and soaked in berries, a pasta dish served in a gluten-free bread bowl (see below for full recipe) and an open charred sandwich with fried garlic prawns.“We’re delighted to be working with Anna to champion our high-quality gluten-free range. The recipes Anna has developed demonstrate the versatility of our Warburtons Gluten Free products and how they can be enjoyed in many different ways, across different meal occasions,” said Chris Hook, free from director, Warburtons.Barnett added that she was delighted to be working with Warburtons on the project.“I hope my recipes for Warburtons show that living a gluten-free lifestyle doesn’t need to be restrictive or boring, and that gluten-free products can be used in innovative ways. I hope I have inspired both experienced and budding home cooks and bakers to try something new over the coming weeks, for themselves or friends and family to enjoy,” she added.Recipe: Gluten-free carbonara pasta torte with buttered bread bowl Feeds: 4-6Preparation Time: 20 minsCooking Time: 25-30 mins26-28cm cake tin, with removable sidesIngredients:1 Gluten Free Tiger Bloomer Loaf– cut into 1cm slices70g butter – meltedSmall bunch of sage leaves500g gluten free spaghetti or pasta of your choice – cooked as per instructions6 free-range eggs550ml double cream160g Grana Padano – finely gratedGenerous sprinkle of sea salt flakes1 tsp of freshly ground black pepper3 sprigs of sage – leaves picked from stem, finely sliced180g roughly chopped good quality ham/prosciutto or crispy fried lardons (optional)*Please note, we would always recommend checking the manufacturer’s ingredients when purchasing products to ensure they are suitable for a gluten-free diet.Method:Preheat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius.Begin by adding a sprig or two of sage to your butter and melting it over a medium to low heat.Slice your Warburtons Gluten Free Tiger Bloomer bread then coat each slice in butter on just one side.Begin by placing the sliced bread on the bottom of the cake tin butter side down. Next, arrange your slices of bread slightly overlapping next to each other around the outside of the cake tin.Cook your choice of gluten free pasta in salted boiling water. Whilst the pasta is cooking, in a large bowl combine the egg, cream and two thirds of your cheese then add seasoning and chopped sage leaves. Transfer your pasta from the hot cooking water to the mixture. Add in the meat if using and thoroughly mix together before transferring with tongs to your bread lined cake tin. Scatter over the remaining cheese and place in the oven for around 25-30 minutes.Once cooked remove from the oven, allow to rest for a few minutes then carefully remove the sides of the cake tin. Carefully slide a knife underneath the bread base and slide the pasta torte onto your serving platter or board. Serve while hot.last_img read more

Franklin County FSA Holding Committee Elections

first_imgMichael E Kohlsdorf,  County Executive Director, Franklin County Farm Service Agency, announced the County Committee Election process for 2014 has begun with the announcement of the Local Administrative Area (LAA) boundaries and the posting of the eligible voter list at the FSA office.This year LAA-3 in Butler, Highland, Ray & Salt Creek Townships will be conducting an election.   A map, with specific boundaries, is available at the county office.The FSA County Committee is a unique and important partnership member with the USDA to administer the farm programs. Committee members are nominated and elected by their peers. Members serve a three year term and apply their judgment, experience, and knowledge when making local decisions regarding:The duties of FSA County Committee members include:Administering farm program activities conducted by the County FSA Office.Informing farmers of the purpose and provisions of the FSA programs.Keeping the State FSA Committee informed of LAA conditions.Monitoring changes in farm programs.Participating in county meetings as necessary.Performing other duties as assigned by the State FSA Committee.“We are seeking nominations from eligible voters to be placed on the ballot which will be mailed to eligible voters this fall”, Kohlsdorf said.  The nomination period is open from June 15 to August 1.Nominating form FSA-669A, can be obtained at the county FSA office, or obtained electronically at here >>Each form submitted must be:Limited to one nominee.Signed and dated by the nominee in Item 4. Nominee must sign if willing to have his/her name placed on the ballot and agrees to serve if elected.Note: Name shown on ballot will appear exactly the same as in Agency records.Delivered to the County FSA Office or postmarked no later than August 1.last_img read more

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