Three layers of decadent cookies & cream delight topped with chocolate cookie crumbles.
Summertime favorite – sweet/tart ice cold lemonade.
Two buttermilk biscuits generously covered in Portobello mushroom gravy, walnut breakfast sausage, nacho cheese sauce and green onion. (Add an order of sweet potato fries on top!)
Cookies & Cream Cake
Pan-fried cauliflower florets tossed with your choice of sauce! Ginger Tamari ( N , S ) – Our famous original sesame tamari with hints of ginger. Served with a side of Roasted Garlic dipping sauce. Kansas BBQ – ( N ) Sweet and smoky Kansas City style sauce with a kick! Served with a side of house made Ranch dipping sauce. Can be made nut free, just ask for a side of BBQ Sauce. Buffalo Wings ( S ) – Try our new wing addition – tangy, buttery and hot. Served with our amazing Blue Cheese dipping sauce.
Three layer rainbow carrot cake with a superb buttery cream cheese icing.
Nacho cheese sauce, diced grilled garlic pickles, onion, tomato and black pepper. It might sound crazy, but trust us. this pizza is delicious! Ask your server to add a roasted garlic or sour cream swirl to your pizza!
Leafy greens tossed with enchilada dressing, layered with seasoned walnut meat, pico, sour cream, cilantro-lime crema and shredded cabbage.
A Cottage Food Permit allows a resident of Washington State to make food that is not potentially hazardous such as baked goods, candies, jams, jellies, preserves, fruit butters, dry spice blends, or dry tea blends in their primary residential kitchen.
WSDA is committed to providing the fullest access possible to the agency's public records, in accordance with the state Public Records Act. Certain records are exempt from disclosure under the Public Records Act and other laws. If a record is exempt from disclosure we will provide the exemption and an explanation of how it applies.
Attachment 1: Water Supply Testing Information
The Washington Cottage Food Operations Law allows you to make certain low-risk food in your home kitchen and sell it directly to the consumer
You may file a records request by visiting our online Public Records Request Center. Here, you can submit your request, track the progress of your request, and retrieve the responsive records as soon as they are available.
We are still accepting new Cottage Food permit applications and conducting permitting inspections remotely.