E-NEWSLETTERS

GREAT BREAD. MADE HERE. September 29, 2016

“One very important ingredient in all of Rosemont’s baking is the individual baker’s contribution to our hand crafted products.”       – Scott Anderson, co-owner and executive baker at Rosemont In the wee hours of each and every morning at the Rosemont Bakery in Portland, our bakers – eight of them – make extraordinary bread. Bread … Continue reading

45 PIES July 14, 2016

Today Violet will make 45 pies in the time it takes most of us to make one. In addition to artful pastry skills honed from childhood, she’s a writer with a degree from Bard College. Wow! Kitchen scissors = essential Strawberries await. Strawberries meet rhubarb. They get along really well. Not too sweet, not too … Continue reading

HEY YOU GRILL MASTERS… June 30, 2016

Whether you’re celebrating in the backyard with family, hanging with friends at the shore, or partying on the peninsula, elevate your game with fresh, quality ingredients and prepared foods from Rosemont. Stop at Rosemont on your way to the grill for Custom Cuts meats, as well as fish, organic and local produce, and natural charcoal. And … Continue reading

10-DAY FORECAST: UNPREDICTABLE. AND WHO CARES? May 2, 2016

Don’t be timid, get out there and grill! Do you know that our beef hotdogs are made right here in our butcher shop? Have you tried these lately? Rosemont butchers make them from all the good stuff: the same local trim we put in our ground beef, along with our own smoky spice mix. Our … Continue reading

EASTER WITH YOUR PEEPS AND OURS March 23, 2016

RENEW! Easter is this weekend. Spring has arrived. Opportunities for reverence and renewal abound. Whether it’s a well-raised ham or lamb, a lovingly crafted peep, or a unique wine or food event, we’re excited. Rosemont has taken off the winter-weight sweater, and we’re ready to celebrate, starting…NOW. Please do not wait another moment before calling … Continue reading

GREAT RIGHT NOW! March 14, 2016

Hang in there, we’re almost there. At Rosemont, we work really hard to stay seasonal and local. At this time of year, that means staying patient while the warmer temperatures nurture the goodness to come while it germinates in the ground. To help you endure the wait, we’ll be bringing you the best of what … Continue reading

SMOOCHES February 10, 2016

You can scoff all you want at Hallmark Holidays, but here at Rosemont we see Valentine’s Day as just a great opportunity to enjoy a meal prepared with care and love, eaten in close communion. The best way is to do a little cooking and baking yourself, and sprinkle in some leave-it-to-the-pros items that’ll push your … Continue reading

VERY FULL SCHEDULES January 15, 2016

Most people we know have busy lives but love what creates the busyness. There’s a small, consistent agony in that since we’re loathe to give up any of the myriad components of our full, fast, crammed, beautiful lives. Rosemont is in business to support home cooking, but don’t let it be a drag! Every once … Continue reading

REJOICE! December 20, 2015

Oh, let’s not be coy. Merry Christmas! Christmas eating is some of our favorite, since it’s usually not about fancy, but emphasizes drawing closer to family and friends around home tables. The week after that, for New Year’s, you may go a bit bigger and more involved. For both celebrations, we at Rosemont are here … Continue reading

IN THE NEWS

HUNDREDS OF AREA STUDENTS HAVE A HAND IN NEIGHBORHOOD MURAL

June 29, 2016

This story originally appeared in the Deering Squirrel. Simon Williams has been staring at the wall and dreaming. A Portland native, the young Ocean Avenue Elementary School art teacher has had his eyes on the long brick expanse of Rosemont Market’s Brighton Avenue store for years. Williams dreamed of a community project that would engage local students, enrich … Continue reading

THE FAMILY PEACH

June 15, 2016

Extraordinary peaches grown by heirloom peach champion David “Mas” Matsumoto are now available in all Rosemont stores. These are mouth watering peaches selected for eating, not storage. “In the heart of California’s Central Valley, a vast expanse of orchards, vineyards, and vegetable fields, lies a small collection of aging peach trees. Farmer Mas Masumoto’s decision … Continue reading

THAT’S WHY WE DO THIS

June 7, 2016

Thank you Colles Stowell (One Fish Foundation) for a terrific conversation around our bakers’ tables this past Saturday night. In Of Pollock and Presentation, he writes: “I like a good discussion. That is my goal every time I walk into a classroom. I want students regardless of age to ask questions and even challenge me, … Continue reading

COOKING SCHOOL IN THE NEWS

April 11, 2016

“The more we can do to encourage people to make a meal a social, family or communal event, the better.” That’s our own Chef Bryan Dame quoted in a recent interview with the Deering Center/Rosemont neighborhood print and web publication Deering Squirrel. Bryan and students from the class that launched our Cooking School are featured; … Continue reading

The visit of a friend reminds me of all the things I love about Portland

March 26, 2016

PORTLAND PRESS HERALD MARCH 26, 2016 OPINION:PORT CITY POST by Jolene McGowan Thank you to  Jolene McGowan and the Portland Press Herald for this mention of our Meet Your Maker dinner with Lisa Webster of North Star Sheep Farm. Here’s an excerpt from McGowan’s post; read the full post here. Rosemont Market lives in Portland. “Meet … Continue reading

ROSEMONT MARKET AND COMMUNITY: SPECIAL DINNERS NOURISH THE SOUL

March 6, 2016

Excerpt from a review of our new dinner series by Christopher Papagni, The Portland Phoenix Pagagni writes, “When we think about food, so many things come to mind; where our food comes from, when we should eat it, where we should eat it, and with whom we should eat it. Leave it to Rosemont Market … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASES

ROSEMONT’S COOKING SCHOOL

March 2, 2016

Rosemont kicks off its new Cooking School this month with PASTA 101 Fresh Pasta: Basic and Extraordinary – three linked classes that will give participants the skills needed to confidently and creatively make delicious fresh pasta at home. All classes are taught by Rosemont Chef Bryan Dame in the intimacy of the Rosemont Kitchen at 559 Brighton Avenue in Portland. Each class ends with something delicious to … Continue reading

NEW 2016 EVENTS SCHEDULE

January 10, 2016

In 2016, Rosemont Market Productions kicks off a newly vital and exciting roster of dinner events. Four regularly scheduled meals every month, prepared and served by Rosemont Chef Bryan Dame around the bakers’ tables in the inviting, intimate space of Rosemont’s own kitchen, located at 559 Brighton Avenue in Portland. First Sunday of each month … Continue reading

ROSEMONT WINE CLUB

Yes, it has been far too long… September 21, 2016

We haven’t talked about wine for a while, and for that we apologize. Today we kick off a reincarnation of our Rosemont Wine Club newsletter: alive, kicking, consistent, frequent, informative, useful. We’ll alert you to exciting new wines at Rosemont, offer exclusive deals and packages, provide an overview of upcoming vinous events, and just generally … Continue reading

OUR FARMERS

CELEBRATING BROADTURN FARM (AND EGGPLANT!) August 26, 2016

We’re loving the eggplant this week from our farmer friends at Broadturn Farm in Scarborough, ME! Broadturn farmers John Bliss and Stacy Brenner are passionate about organic produce and flowers. In 2006, these former ‘suburbanites’  became tenant farmers of land owned and preserved by the Scarborough Land Trust. In 10 years they’ve  transformed approximately 12 acres of … Continue reading

SEE YOU THERE?

CABIN FEVER January 14, 2016

Join us in Rosemont’s intimate kitchen space this Sunday, January 24. Chef Bryan Dame serves up generous platters of delicious, seasonal, farm-sourced food. We all dine together family-style, communally and sumptuously. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase by the bottle and glass. With great live music! All ages welcome. Cabin Fever is … Continue reading

ROSEMONT RECIPES

CHEF BRYAN’S STONE FRUIT CRISP with Rhubarb-Tea Cooler July 11, 2016

Serves 4 For the Crisp Topping 3/4 cup all purpose flour 1/4 cup rolled oats 1/3 cup chopped walnuts 3 Tbs brown sugar 1/8 tsp cinnamon 1 stick unsalted butter, melted Mix all together. For the Crisp Filling 6 cups assorted stone fruits, pitted and chopped (peaches, cherries, plums, nectarines, apricots…chose your favorites!) 1 Tbs cornstarch 2 Tbs … Continue reading