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  • Green April

    April 1, 2014

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  • March in Color

    March 1, 2014

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  • Rosy February

    February 1, 2014

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  • A January Refresh

    January 1, 2014

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  • Welcoming the Holidays

    December 3, 2013

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    Last weekend at terrain, we greeted the season with our annual Holiday Open House, a full day of festive crafts, treats, music, and events at both of our stores. We also welcomed local artisans for the Kristkindlmarket-- an open-air marketplace of crafts, plants, Christmas trees, and holiday goods inspired by the German tradition of outdoor winter markets. Visitors prepared to deck the halls with workshops for evergreen garlands and tillandsia ornaments, and entertained their little ones with gingerbread houses and Christmas crafts from around the world. To top off the day, guests gathered to watch our first-ever tree lighting, complete with carolers and hot cocoa, then enjoyed a special evening of candlelight shopping. Take a peek at the festivities, above, and stop by our events page to see what we've got planned for the rest of the holiday season. 

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  • December Greens

    December 1, 2013

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  • Holiday Pies at Terrain

    November 13, 2013

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    On November 23, Styer’s welcomes the holiday season with our annual Holiday Open House. Expect a day filled with carols, inspired gifts and décor, a terrain take on the traditional Kristkindlmarket, crafts for little ones, and what has us most excited—pie tastings! Our fresh-baked holiday pies will be available for purchase and pre-order, homemade by our resident pastry chef and pie expert, Val F. We sat down with Val to chat about her pies, and even got her to spill some tricks of the trade.

    terrain: How did you get into pastry and pie making? Have you been baking since you were young? 

    Val: I was 20 years old and still in culinary school, casually searching for a job. My boyfriend at the time had a friend who happened to work in a pie shop. During my first visit there, I ended up bonding with the owner over a conversation about baking muffins, of all things, and she later called and offered me a job. She’s one of my best friends today, and I still help her bake during the holiday season. I have been baking at terrain for over a year now and couldn’t be happier!   

    terrain: What do you consider your “blue ribbon” pie? 

    Val: Definitely my Honey Buttermilk Chess-- it’s a salted honey pie that is warm and creamy with a flaky crust. I entered it into a pie making contest in California on a stifling hot day this summer and ended up placing 25th out of over 400 entries, which I was incredibly proud of! 

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  • A Woodland November

    November 1, 2013

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