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Little Bites: French Market Opens & Solar Eclipse Ice Cream

Plus the Great British Bakeoff Returns to TV

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Solar Swirl in honor of the upcoming eclipse by Eberhard's Dairy
  • Solar Swirl in honor of the upcoming eclipse by Eberhard's Dairy

Solar Eclipse Ice Cream Contest Winner


Using the upcoming solar eclipse as a theme, Eberhard's Dairy asked the public to come up with a new ice cream flavor. Marissa White won with her entry, Solar Swirl, a vanilla-based ice cream with caramel swirls, marshmallows, and small fudge chunks. Solar Swirl will be available at select Central Oregon scoop shops and local stores.


French Market Opens

Now you can feel like you are sitting in a French cafe without the international travel costs. The former Riverside Market is now French Market, a restaurant and market with French and internationally inspired dishes. Their menu includes interesting bites, small plates, handmade pasta, six different pizzas and a refreshing cocktail menu. They are open every day from 11am-7pm, serving lunch and dinner at approachable prices.

French Market

285 NW Riverside Blvd., Bend

(541) 389-0646

www.frenchmarketbend.com

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The Great British Bake Off Returns

Time to look for soggy bottoms, you know, in tarts and pies. The Great British Bake Off returns to PBS for season four on June 16th. GBBO is a delightfully proper English baking show where the drama isn't between contestants but between the contestant and their baking challenge. Be ready to fall in love with home bakers across the pond and delight in the silly and sometimes filthy sounding quotes from the judges. Here are few delights from judge and baking legend, Mary Berry: "Your crack is nice and moist," and "There is no such thing as too big. Not in my world." This is your last chance to enjoy the original cast. Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins did not go with GBBO's move to its new channel.


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