Raincoast Crisps Cranberry Hazelnut Crisps
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Paris-trained chef Lesley Stowe first created these artisanal crisps as a companion to the gourmet cheeses she sold at her Vancouver grocery shop. Named for the rainy weather that defines the Canadian city, Raincoast Crisps Cranberry Hazelnut Crisps are a satisfyingly crunchy snack, with whole pieces of cranberry and hazelnut distributed throughout the wafer. Coax out the fruity notes with a savory cheese pairing like Murray's Cave Aged Reserve Stockinghall Cheddar plus a dollop of Murray's Spiced Cherry Preserves.
Allergens: Milk, Tree Nuts, Wheat
- Paris-trained chef Lesley Stowe first created these crisps to act as a companion to the gourmet cheeses she sold in her specialty grocery shop.
- Stowe’s Raincoast crisps were first introduced in 2011 and have since gone on to become an international brand.
- The crisps fall somewhere between a cracker and bread.
- To create the Cranberry Hazelnut Crisps, whole pieces of cranberry and hazelnut are mixed into the dough before it’s baked.
- The wafers are sturdier than your average cracker, making them a perfect companion for creamy cheeses like Murray’s St. Mark’s or Jasper Hill Harbison.
- Lesley Stowe started her food career by opening a specialty fine foods store in Vancouver, Canada, eventually expanding into cracker business in 1998 with Raincoast Crisps.
- The company is committed to delivering artisanal products, labeling each package of crackers with a small batch label of authenticity.
- Lesley is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a society of women in the food and beverage industry that promotes appreciation of and assistance to women building careers in this industry.