Traveling Soups

A few years ag Ninon’s daughter and niece started a tradition on a pleasure trip to Europe. They took a picture of a beat up little package of St. Marie’s Wild Chicken soup. Soon the soup was popping up in all sorts of pictures and a tradition was born. In the two years since we started taking…

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Stuffed Bell Peppers Using Rill’s Soups

Stuffed Bell Peppers With Wapato Stuffed Pepper Soup Mix These stuffed peppers are just to die for! Not only do they taste fantastic they are super simple to make. All you have to do is throw a package of Wapato Stuffed Pepper soup on the stove then chop up a few bell peppers and brown…

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The Saga of the Machines

How It Began Saga is the only word that can truly describe our most recent journey that has spanned more than three months and has finally culminated with two functioning machines. Ninon, our fearless leader and the owner of Rill Foods, didn’t take the decision of buying two new machines lightly. She researched for almost…

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Homemade Spinach Noodles – Miner’s Minestrone

Noodles out of a box can be quick and easy. But no noodle out of a box can light a candle to homemade egg noodles. These homemade spinach noodles are as healthy as they are delicious. Whether you are hiding veggies from your kids or wanted to make colorful pasta, give this noodle recipe a…

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Getting Rid of Fruit Flies-A Spring Annoyance

Getting rid of fruit flies can be a challenge. That is why we are sharing two of our favorite methods of getting rid of these pests.   Spring is in the air at the Rill Foods Production facility. The crocuses have started to bloom, the daylilies are peeking out from underneath their mulch and the…

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Whole Wheat Bread Bowls

Bread bowls are delicious, plain and simple. Like many things in life though they are even better when you make them yourself. Attached is the recipe we use at Rills when we make whole wheat bread bowls. Usually, we will fill these whole wheat bread bowls up with chili, like our Taneum Canyon Chili, then…

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Mount Mazama Lentil Chili – Pile on the Vegetables

Just a few weeks ago we attended a trade show in Seattle. While we were there we stayed with some of Ninon’s family in Redmond. One night the cousins made us the Mount Mazama Lentil Chili for dinner and it was just fantastic.  Mount Mazama is our newest soup and we knew it was a good…

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Daniel Fast Go-To Meal- Brown Rice and Veggies

Here is an easy Daniel Fast-friendly meal!   One of the reasons why cooking according to Daniel Fast can be so hard is probably because it seems too simple. When a person is standing over the stove it’s hard to tell themselves that not everything needs to be drenched in ketchup, slathered in mayo, topped…

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Gallo Pinto – An Easy Recipe

My name is Lacey and I’m the production manager here at Rill Foods. The first time I went to a foreign county I almost starved. I was a meat and potatoes type of girl who was dropped into a spicy bean and rice world. I didn’t like to experiment so I lived off PB&J sandwiches…

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How to Remove Scorch Marks

The nearly unavoidable kitchen hazard As careful as we try to watch pots in the kitchen, and as diligent as we stir, sometimes a scorched or burnt pot just happens.  Usually it happens to us when a pot of beans is left to boil as we watch from afar. Sometimes, after working in the office or…

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