Thursday, October 20, 2011

Farmgirl Enterprises ~ Oaklahoma Pastry Cloth


Tis the season for delicious smells of baking pumpkin pies, torts and fruit cobblers wafting through our homes and what better way to dive into seasonal baking than with the right tools to make your work easier in the kitchen.  Today I'd like to introduce you to farmgirl Mary Beth of the original Oklahoma Pastry Cloth.  Her business is new and enjoying growing pangs thanks to word of mouth about her wonderful down home products. In addition to her signature Pastry Cloth she also sells soup and gravy mixes, bread, cookies and scone mixes too!

She also offers beautifully packaged gift sets  ready for any baking occasion.

Scone Gift set

Mary Beth is entry # 31 in this weeks Farmgirl Friday Blog hop and she's offering a fun and useful give away!

Go visit Mary Beth  to learn more about the history behind her unique farmgirl enterprise and enter her fabulous give away!


Cooks everywhere are rediscovering the joy of getting back to the basics of home kitchen creations. Whether for healthier meals or simply to enjoy the tactile experience of hands kneading soft doughs, baking has taken on a revived personal touch. The Oklahoma Pastry Cloth™ takes your baking to a new level of ease, offering quick and easy cleanup and a nonstick work surface that will make you wonder how you ever baked without the Oklahoma Pastry Cloth™.  



4 comments:

Candy C. said...

YAY for Mary Beth! She always has great advice on her site too! Thanks Deb for featuring her! :)

3rnigerians said...

I have been following her for a few weeks and I love her site and blog. Thank you for sharing the giveaway. I've been bad, and haven't had time to read blogs for a few days... I missed her fun post.

OPCCook said...

Thank you ladies for all of your kind words! It just makes me warm and fuzzy!! You all are just great. And Deborah Jean, your site is just amazing!!Thanks for the plug. You are sweet.
MB

camp and cottage living said...

I have a pastry cloth that was left in a 84 year old home we bought, and I wouldn't attempt to make pie crust without it! I highly recommend
getting one.

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