Grant County Food Guide
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Deviled Eggs
1 dozen Eggs
2 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard or to taste
6 Tablespoons Mayonnaise or to taste
1 Medium Shallot diced
Salt and Pepper to taste

Boil the eggs until hard, about ten minutes, but you will need to adjust for altitude. Let the eggs cool a little then peel. Let the eggs cool the rest of the way. While the eggs are cooling, sauté the shallots in a little butter or olive oil until soft and slightly brown. Once cool, gently cut the eggs in half and scoop the yolk out into a bowl. Set the whites aside to be filled later. Stir the mustard, mayonnaise, shallots, salt and pepper into the egg yolks. Adjust ingredients to taste. Fill the centers of the egg whites with the yolk mixture. Then top each of the egg halves with a sprinkle of paprika. Enjoy!

Make Your Own Cheese!
Buy some local milk, order some cultures and rennet and you can have your own natural and delicious cheese! The New England Cheese Making Supply Company is a great source for all your cheesemaking needs. See for more information.

How to Buy and Eat Local
» Buy directly from a local producer. Contact some of the producers listed here.

» Go to the John Day Farmers Market (seasonal). Support the local vendors who come out to the market for your convenience.

» Get involved with a community garden. Grow your own food, or food for someone in need at one of the several community gardens around the county.

» Buy from a retailer that sells or prepares locally produced food. Encourage local retailers to source their products locally by purchasing from local producers and processors.

» Buy locally raised whole animals. Contact one of the livestock producers to arrange the purchase of an animal for meat, then contact a custom meat processor for the kill, cut and wrap.

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