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That’s why these factories are known as maquiladoras—loosely, gristmills.
The gristmill sources grain from local farmers to create some of the region’s best stone-ground flours, proving the rye flour for Tandem Bakery’s addictive frangipane tarts and quinoa fruit crisps.
The wall was at Chapman Mill, a five-story stone gristmill built in the 18th century near Broad Run, Va. Briganti-Dunn’s job was to pick colors that would be painted on a set of bridge abutments on nearby Interstate 66.
Try some cornbread made from cornmeal straight from the gristmill.
Allen Barstow is a steward at the mill and knowledgeable about all aspects of the gristmill.
Old Sturbridge Village’s tinners, blacksmiths and shoemakers will be at work, the gristmill and sawmill will be running and all dads get in free at on Sunday, June 18.
George Washington's former residence pays homage to America's foremost founding father with tours of the 21-room mansion, its beautiful gardens, and a fully functioning distillery and gristmill.
Old Sturbridge Village's tinners, blacksmiths and shoemakers will be at work, the gristmill and sawmill will be running and all dads get in free at on Sunday, June 18.
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