Maine is primary the pack in many spots of food innovation, and it’s no surprise there are some amazing women foremost the cost. In our 2nd period of “Talking Meals in Maine,” Lincoln Theater is delighted to be recognizing “Women in Foodstuff Innovation” welcoming our subsequent guest, Amber Lambke, co-founder and CEO of Maine Grains. “Talking Food in Maine” is a no cost series of personal a single-on-1 discussions between host Cherie Scott and noteworthy culinary pioneers who have designed a significant contribution to the culinary arts in the point out of Maine. We hope you will be a part of us Thursday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. to study all about Maine Grains, and far more!
In 2009, Amber Lambke and artisan brick oven baker, Michael Scholz, obtained Skowhegan’s old county jail and reworked it into a gristmill for cleansing and processing grains for bakers, brewers, and cooks across the northeast. Starting functions in 2012, it is now property to the premier mill in Maine utilizing the standard stone milling system, spurring the revival of grain manufacturing in this article in the point out. Performing with about 100 neighborhood farmers, Maine Grains processes all-normal and accredited natural and organic full grains and oats on an Austrian stone mill and sells them underneath the Maine Grains label to retail locations all over the Northeast, as properly as award- winning dining establishments. Amber Lambke is also the founding director of the Maine Grain Alliance, a nonprofit geared toward preserving regional grain traditions from earth to desk. A driving power behind Maine’s sustainable food items motion, she has been a leader in bringing financial vitality back to Skowhegan by reviving the region’s grain increasing and processing industry.