November 21, 2017

It could go so wrong, just like this tense table depicted by the beloved Roz Chast. This one could be The Last Thanksgiving, but I have a suggestion: Cider to the rescue!

For the gluten avoiders, go cider!

No salt in cider, done.

No lactose, either, by golly.

Vegetarians e...

January 31, 2017

How Runcible Cider gots its name -- from the 19th century poem, "The Owl and the Pussycat."

November 6, 2016

Every good decision we’ve ever made was over a beer, including the decision to make cider. I’d been working for several years on that other type of fermentation – cheese – and had just returned from a frigid two-week winter class in Vermont with a noted French cheese m...

September 4, 2016

A brief detour from our backstory brings us to just now, which involves picking, grinding, and pressing our own small yield from our first (beautiful) cider apple trees. We were in Mosier all of August, but "without portfolio," which translates to we had no cider barn....

August 3, 2016

On all subsequent trips up to our property in the Gorge we tested out building locations (the view! the wind!), conjured up architecture, counted trees, pipe-dreamed.

The farm is above the tiny town of Mosier  just back from the bluff in an area known as “Rocky Prairie....

July 15, 2016

We weren’t ready to move up to Oregon when we bought our farm in 2010 – we knew it might be years before we were able to leave jobs, schools, our home. We arranged for the orchard to be taken care of by a miracle man named Jesus. Yes, you read that right, pronounced He...

July 1, 2016

A National Geographic spread perused over a long wait at the dentist's office alerted Rob to the photogenic town of Hood River, Oregon. That was in 1992 -- we weren't windsurfers or skiers, the area's two major activities at the time. Mostly our sports were beer, food,...

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