Unscramble JOURNEY

By unscrambling the letters in JOURNEY , our jumble solver discovered 68 words that contain the some or all of the letters in E J N O R U Y

Jumble Word Solver Results for JOURNEY

Our word finder uncovered 68 new words using the 7 letters in E J N O R U Y. Have fun solving the Daily Jumble!

7 letter answers made by unscrambling JOURNEY

5 letter answers made by unscrambling journey, 4 letter answers made by unscrambling journey, 3 letter answers made by unscrambling journey, 2 letter answers made by unscrambling journey.

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Definition of JOURNEY

  • Journey - The travel or work of a day.
  • Journey - Travel or passage from one place to another; hence, figuratively, a passage through life.
  • Journey - To travel from place to place; to go from home to a distance.
  • Journey - To traverse; to travel over or through.

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Unscramble JOURNEY

JOURNEY unscrambles into 73 different words! We have all of them and the meanings below! Enter any word and we will UNSCRAMBLE IT!

73 words made by unscrambling the letters JOURNEY

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Above are the words made by unscrambling JOURNEY (EJNORUY) . To further help you, here are a few lists related to/with the letters JOURNEY

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The Value of JOURNEY In Word Scramble Games

The letters JOURNEY are worth 17 points in Scrabble

The letters JOURNEY are worth 20 in points Words With Friends

  • J = 10 points in WWF & 8 points in Scrabble
  • O = 1 points in WWF & 1 points in Scrabble
  • U = 2 points in WWF & 1 points in Scrabble
  • R = 1 points in WWF & 1 points in Scrabble
  • N = 2 points in WWF & 1 points in Scrabble
  • E = 1 points in WWF & 1 points in Scrabble
  • Y = 3 points in WWF & 4 points in Scrabble

What Does JOURNEY Mean... If you Unscramble it?

Possible definitions of journey.

If we unscramble these letters, JOURNEY, it and makes several words. Here is one of the definitions for a word that uses all the unscrambled letters:

  • The travel or work of a day.
  • Travel or passage from one place to another; hence, figuratively, a passage through life.
  • To travel from place to place; to go from home to a distance.

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According to our other word scramble maker , JOURNEY can be scrambled in many ways. The different ways a word can be scrambled is called "permutations" of the word.

Definition of Permutation

a way, especially one of several possible variations, in which a set or number of things can be ordered or arranged.

How is this helpful? Well, it shows you the letters journey scrambled in different ways That way you will recognize the set of letters more easily. It will help you the next time JOURNEY comes up in a word scramble game.

JUEONRY JNOUREY EUJNROY OEUNRJY NUOEJRY JUERNOY ORJNEUY URONJEY OURENJY ONJEURY OUREJNY ROUJENY ENOJRUY JRNOEUY NEUOJRY OJREUNY JOEURNY NRUOJEY NREUOJY ORNUJEY EJURNOY RNEJOUY OJURENY ORJUNEY UOENRJY ROJUENY JOREUNY URJNOEY NJORUEY REUJNOY EJNORUY ONREJUY NROEUJY JERUONY OEURJNY UORNEJY RUEJONY UONJREY JUNROEY NJUEROY UEONRJY UNOJERY REOJUNY ERNOUJY RUONEJY OJRNUEY ROJNUEY JEUONRY UROEJNY OJEURNY

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  • journey is a valid Scrabble US word, worth 17 points
  • journey is a valid Scrabble UK word, worth 17 points
  • journey is a valid Words With Friends word, worth 20 points

7 letter words by unscrambling journey

5 letter words by unscrambling journey, 4 letter words by unscrambling journey, 3 letter words by unscrambling journey, 2 letter words by unscrambling journey, definition of journey.

  • the act of traveling from one place to another. Synonyms: journeying .
  • undertake a journey or trip. Synonyms: travel .
  • travel upon or across; "travel the oceans". Synonyms: travel .

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circuit , commute , cruise , digression , drive , excursion , expedition , fly , jaunt , junket , mush , navigate , odyssey , outing , passage , pilgrimage , ride , sail , sashay , schlep , ship , shlep , sledge , tour , transit , trek , trip , voyage , way .

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attorney , czerny, gurney , tourney .

Words made by unscrambling the letters journey plus one letter

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Your query has returned 46 words, which include anagrams of journey as well as other shorter words that can be made using the letters included in journey.

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Above are the results of unscrambling journey. Using the word generator and word unscrambler for the letters J O U R N E Y, we unscrambled the letters to create a list of all the words found in Scrabble, Words with Friends, and Text Twist. We found a total of 46 words by unscrambling the letters in journey. Click these words to find out how many points they are worth, their definitions, and all the other words that can be made by unscrambling the letters from these words. If one or more words can be unscrambled with all the letters entered plus one new letter, then they will also be displayed.

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Just for puzzles or something more serious? Also called anagrams, jumbled words and phrases are thousands of years old and once acted as coded messages. Individuals and groups alike - including the military - used them to send sensitive information to others with confidence. After all, they knew that if anyone got a hold of the message, they wouldn't be able to understand it because it contained transposed letters. Only the intended recipients were aware of this, and only they could use their word descrambler (in this case a codex) to reveal the secret message.

These days, people don't use jumbled words to send secret messages very often. But they still appear frequently in entertaining puzzles and games, like Words With Friends, Word Cookies, or Text Twist. Whether you’re playing just for fun or to challenge your brain, you can get get ahead with our word solver.

One fun phenomenon is called "Typoglycemia" which is the idea that if you can read, your brain can "forgive" simple mis-spelled words and you can still read the message. For example:

"oyu cna porbabyl raed tihs eevn thouhg it is garbeld up nonsesne"

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If you’re trying to produce unscrambled words on your own, the key is in mentally breaking each word down into smaller sections to focus on. For example, you might see "FOR" or " ED " in the word and focus on those smaller sections to decide what words they might be part of. Picking apart prefixes (letters placed before the word) and suffixes (letters placed after the word), such as " PRE " or "ING", can also help you unscramble words faster.

Once you have some smaller sections of words to work on, start shuffling those letters until you see one or more words begin to take shape.

You should also try to find some common letter pairs that go together in many words, all while looking at any clues that are offered by your game, as context can help a lot as you try to solve jumbled words.

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If you play games like Scrabble and Words with Friends , you likely experience several benefits from doing so. One of the main benefits is the expansion of your vocabulary. No matter how many words you know, you can always learn more, and regular practice can help with this! Puzzles are a great way to challenge your brain, which is important as you get older or if you've been spending too much time watching TV or online. Keeping your brain busy is good for it and will help you learn more while you have fun at the same time.

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Finally, adults aren’t the only ones who can benefit from trying to unscramble jumbled words. If you have kids or grandkids at home, you can keep them busy with these types of puzzles that will challenge their brain, expand their vocabulary, and teach them how to have fun with words! Whether they’re playing on paper or on a screen, the kids will think and learn while they stay engaged and entertained.

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A Jumble or Scramble Word Game is a game where a mixed up set of letters are provided and you have to unscramble the letters to find the word. Sometimes, clues are provided to help you figure out the puzzle. Other times, all you have are the jumbled letters.

Jumble games involve the skill of solving anagrams. Anagrams are all the words that can be created with the letters of one word or phrase. The difference between an anagram and a word jumble is that with an anagram you start with an existing word and you jumble the letters to create new ones. With a word jumble puzzle, you start with a random scramble of letters and you have to find the word within the jumble.

These types of puzzles will help you develop your skills and get better at games like Words with Friends and Scrabble. In those games, you’re theoretically always solving a word jumble puzzle. You get a rack of 7 random letters and you have to unscramble the letters to find the best word for your turn. Solving word jumble games will sharpen your ability to unscramble words quickly and sufficiently.

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You enter the jumbled/scrambled words and it tells you the possible words or answers, that can be made from those letters (think of it like a single word anagram). So, if you frequently play daily jumble (or similar word puzzle), this little site might come in handy when you're stuck for long, use it as a learning tool or to solve disputes among your friends. Or maybe you could use this to cheat (sometimes) and win :-)

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Whether or not the jumble word game your playing provides any images or clues, here are some tips to be an excellent puzzle solver.

Get to Know Prefixes and Suffixes

It’s incredibly helpful when solving a word jumble to first identify all the prefixes and suffixes. Some of the most common prefixes are:

And some of the most common suffixes are:

Once you identify whatever prefixes and/or suffixes are in your jumble, it will be simple from you to solve the puzzle from there. It will help you easily identify the word lost within the scramble of letters.

Understand Common Letter Combinations

Noticing patterns of letters in words will help you quickly and efficiently solve jumble word puzzles. Once you identify these letter patterns in a puzzle, you will be able to quickly solve the puzzle after. Once again, this skill helps you when playing Words with Friends and Scrabble, too.

What patterns am I talking about? For example, look for double consonants like LL or SS, because there’s a good chance they might be together in the word. If there’s a Q, there is most likely a U, and that will also give you a jump start on the solution. Some other common patterns and letter combinations are ST, PH, and CK.

Use a Sheet of Paper

When it comes to solving word scramble puzzles, a piece of scrap paper can be a major help to you. When you write out the letters of the puzzle, it will help your brain make all the possible letter combinations to solve the puzzle. Also, writing helps cement the puzzle into your memory, so you will start to better understand patterns that will help you succeed at Words with Friends and Scrabble in the future.

Why It’s Great to Play Word Jumble Games

Aside from just being fun and mentally stimulating, solving word jumbles has a variety of other benefits. The consistent practice of noticing patterns of letters and words will help you be a better player in Scrabble, Boggle, Words With Friends, and more! Keep solving and playing jumble word games, it’s a fun and beneficial way to spend your time.

Here is a simple example to help you understand how this solver works. You enter elvi and hit the "Solve it" button. It will display the following words containing all the input letters.

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Today’s Jumble Answer (June 13, 2024)

Previously known as Scramble, the Chicago Tribune’s Jumble Daily is still teasing the brains of thousands of players across the world. It’s simple: unscramble four mixed-up words, then do the same for a cartoon answer. Below, we’re running through how to solve it, what it is, and, most crucially, the answers for today’s Jumble on June 13, 2024.

Jumble Answers Today (June 13)

Here are the answers to the  06/13/24  Jumble puzzle:

First Words:

  • FEAGF = GAFFE
  • KOREB = BROKE
  • SURLAP = PULSAR
  • FLITEU = FUTILE

Cartoon Answer:

THAT THE BEATLES AT SHEA STADIUM IN 1965 WOULD DRAW HUGE CROWDS WAS – – –

AE BOE LSR FUE = “FOUR-SEEABLE”

Yesterday’s Jumble Answers

Here are the answers to the  06/12/24  Jumble puzzle:

  • NRILE = LINER
  • MUPEL = PLUME
  • SOCOHY = CHOOSY
  • RSUDOH = SHROUD

THE STUDENTS WERE BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION – – –

ER LME OOS SR = MORE OR LESS

What is Jumble? Daily Word Puzzle Explained

Jumble is a daily word puzzle released and operated by the Chicago Tribune newspaper. Refreshing daily, each puzzle gives players four words (six on a Sunday) to unscramble. There’s then a cartoon that leaves players with a blank to fill in. It’s usually a pun of some kind, alongside the unscrambling fun the first words bring.

Simply unscramble all four words, entering the correct word underneath. Then move onto the Cartoon Answer and do the same!

Best Ways to Solve

There’s a bunch of ways players can improve at Jumble and speed up their ability to solve the puzzle each day. Below, we’re running through the best tactics to get better at Jumble. Try one, or all, of them!

  • Separate consonants and vowels – Pretty obvious one, but this simple step can make piecing together a scrambled word so much easier since one typically proceeds another or vice versa.
  • Look for common letter pairs – As in any language, there are common letter pairs in English that are found in hundreds of different words. Use this as a starting point. For example, ‘T’ and ‘H’ are obviously found in a vast number of different words. Also, consider that while two instances of the letter ‘O’ or ‘E’ or ‘L’ might be found next to each other in a word, ‘P’ and ‘Y’ probably won’t be.
  • Affixes – Try to spot prefixes and suffixes that are common in the English language. This would include pairings such as ‘auto’ or ‘circum’ or ‘de’ in the case of prefixes, and ‘ey’ or ‘ment’ in the case of a prefix.
  • Start small – Rather than trying to build out a long word to meet the criteria of the Jumble puzzle, start with smaller words and then work your way up. Not only do smaller words often feed into larger ones but moving your letters around into different arrangements also can help open your mind to different possibilities.
  • Last resort – Use a Jumble Solver (technically, it’s not cheating)

That’s everything to know about the Chicago Tribune’s Jumble, as well as the answers to today’s Jumble Daily puzzle! Be sure to check out our word-based answer guides if you’re a fan of Jumble, with games like Waffle definitely scratching the same itch.

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World War II veteran, 102, dies in Germany while traveling to France for D-Day ceremonies

A member of the greatest generation, robert persichitti, 102, was on his way to normandy to attend d-day 80th anniversary events. but he died in germany a few days before they were held..

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Robert Persichitti, a 102-year-old World War II veteran who served in the Pacific Theater, died May 31 while he was on the way to D-Day commemorative events in France to mark the 80th anniversary of the invasion .

Persichitti, who was born in Calumet, Pennsylvania, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as a radioman on the command ship USS Eldorado, according to the New York State Senate's Veterans Hall of Fame . His tour of duty included combat in Iwo Jima, Okinawa and Guam.

A resident of Fairport, New York, Persichitti and his guardian Al DeCarlo flew overseas with a group organized by the National World War II Museum and arrived in Germany, according to the Honor Flight Heroes organization . They were on a ship headed to Normandy when Persichitti had a medical emergency and had to be airlifted to a hospital in Germany where he died shortly thereafter on Friday, the organization said.

"The doctor was with him. He was not alone, he was at peace and he was comfortable," DeCarlo told WHAM 13, an ABC affiliate in Rochester, N.Y. "She put his favorite singer, Frank Sinatra, on her phone and he peacefully left us."

'The eyes of the world are upon you': Eisenhower's D-Day order inspires 80 years later

World War II veteran saw raising of flag at Iwo Jima

Persichitti witnessed U.S. troops raising the American flag atop Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima on Feb. 19, 1945. "I was on deck that day when I watched them raise the flag twice," he said during an interview in 2020 conducted by historian Rishi Sharma and posted on Facebook .

Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal missed the first flag raising because he was still climbing up the mountain, according to Military.com . He captured the moment when Marines raised another flag, the site says.

In 2019, Persichitti returned to Iwo Jima and Mount Suribachi with the National World War II Museum. “When I got on the island today, I just broke down," he told Stars and Stripes at the time.

He then recalled the many burials at sea he witnessed and the horrific injuries his fellow Marines were inflicted with. “When they made the landing, they started losing all these guys,” he said. “It wasn’t a very good sight."

Persichitti "really was in the midst of things as a junior radio operator on the command ship, or you might call it a flagship, charged with the attack on Iwo Jima and Okinawa," Richard Stewart, president of the Honor Flight Rochester, a veterans organization Persichitti belonged to, told USA TODAY.

Active in the American Legion and Honor Flight, Persichitti "was really a very pleasant type of guy who did not try to make a big footprint, but by who he was, he influenced all of us and, and brought out better things in us and the people around him than any of us could have imagined," Stewart said.

Persichitti grew up during the Great Depression and worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps, according to the New York State Senate's Veterans Hall of Fame , which he was inducted into in 2020.

He volunteered to serve in the Navy, he told journalist Jasmine Willis in 2021 . "I needed to bring in some money to support my family," because his father had passed away, he said.

After serving in the military, Persichitti was a school teacher in the Rochester City School District. His wife of 64 years, Elgina, died in 2012 . In 2015, he authored the autobiography "Bob's Book: Building An American Life."

After he retired from teaching, Persichitti continued to visit classrooms to relate his World War II stories. “It shouldn’t be forgotten,”  he told WXII News, a National Public Radio station in Rochester, N.Y., last month.

Looking back during the 2020 interview with Sharma, Persichitti said, "I had a good time on that ship. I had good friends," he said. "I had them until they were gone. We had good reunions and everything, so I think I chose the right ship."

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Author, foster advocate and Ridpath visionary Janet Mann killed in downtown Spokane hit-and-run

Janet Mann and her husband, Paul Mann, pose for a photo. Janet Mann, 78, was walking Tuesday in downtown Spokane when she was killed by a driver who then fled.  (Courtesy of Genevieve Mann Morris)

Janet Mann was probably having a typical, yet amazing, day doing things she loved before she was hit and killed by a driver Tuesday in downtown Spokane.

The 78-year-old author and former director of a local foster parenting program biked 20 miles, joined her meditation group and was on her way to meet her grandson for lunch, said Genevieve Mann Morris, one of Mann’s daughters.

Mann Morris, a Gonzaga University School of Law professor, said her mother was walking in a crosswalk at Browne Street and Main Avenue when a driver struck her and fled. Police say Mann was taken to the hospital and died there from her injuries.

While Mann Morris said she and her family share anger about the fatal hit-and-run, her mother had compassion for everyone, and that probably would include the driver.

“She didn’t have a judgmental bone in her body,” she said. “She just felt deeply that everyone has their own story and their own journey, and she had great compassion. I can’t think of a single time she had a negative word for anybody.”

Spokane police spokeswoman Julie Humphreys said no arrests have been made, and police are examining evidence, including surveillance video.

“This person, unfortunately, ruined our life and their own – what could have been a mistake – by leaving,” Mann Morris said.

Mann and her husband, Paul Mann, were two of the primary owners who revitalized Ridpath Club Apartments, 515 W. Sprague Ave. The married couple of 55 years lived on the top floor of the former downtown hotel.

They would have celebrated their 56th anniversary later this month. They have three children, including Mann Morris, and four grandchildren.

Mann Morris said her mom loved living downtown. Mann was an “amazingly active person” who rode her bicycle 20 miles a day, did yoga, meditated and walked everywhere.

“They feel deeply connected to the community,” she said of her parents. “That’s their home. They know the tenants by name. They talk to each other. They do a Thanksgiving dinner in the building.”

The Mann couple created the nonprofit Children’s Ark in 1995, and ran it until 2009, Mann Morris said.

In a 2021 TEDx Talk about Mann’s foster care experiences and lessons, Mann said she and her husband bought, renovated and moved into a historic Browne’s Addition home, where they ran the Ark.

The Spokane nonprofit was a center for evaluation and intervention services for at-risk parents and children.

A 1996 Spokesman-Review story said the Children’s Ark was the only opportunity in Spokane for children in foster care to remain with their mothers in a supervised setting.

“We needed to do for the parents what we wanted them to do for their children. If we wanted to help the children, we needed to help the parents. And the way to help the parents was to enter into genuine relationship with them,” Mann said during the talk. “As it turns out, the relationships themselves became the catalyst for change.”

Mann Morris said the foster children, their parents and the Mann couple lived at the home. Eventually, the nonprofit transitioned, in which the parents came to the house during the day but did not live there.

“The court system is not the place to solve family problems, because you have to win or lose,” Mann told The Spokesman-Review of the program.

The couple cared for over 120 foster children during their time as foster parents, Mann said in the TEDx Talk.

“She just was someone who cared deeply about children in this community,” Mann Morris said.

Mann and Molly Kretchmar-Hendricks, a Gonzaga University developmental psychology professor, co-authored a book, “Creating Compassionate Foster Care: Lessons of Hope for Children and Families in Crisis,” in 2017.

The book draws from real foster care situations and childhood attachment research to help foster caregivers and professionals better respond to the complex needs of children and parents in crisis.

Mann in 2017 told the story of a young girl who started acting up around Christmastime after being adopted out of the foster care system. Eventually, her adoptive parents figured out that she associated that time of year with the pain of past moves to a new home.

“She had unconsciously connected holidays with loss,” she said. “We need to keep those things in mind in foster care – how is a child experiencing something?”

Mann Morris said her mother was standing Tuesday afternoon on the corner of Main and Browne waiting to cross the street. She said her mother, who had the walking signal to cross, stepped into the crosswalk and the driver, who was turning, hit her .

“She wouldn’t even be mad at this person,” said Mann Morris, noting her mother’s openminded attitude.

Police Lt. Nate Spiering said the gray- or champagne-colored Chevrolet Silverado full-size truck drove away. The Spokane County Medical Examiner’s Office said Mann died of blunt force injuries and ruled the death an accident.

“She was all about relationships,” Mann Morris said. “There are so many people that she touched in Spokane and all over.”

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Restaurants, food and drink, restaurants, food and drink | bits & bites: maryland meets montana as baltimore chefs head to old salt festival.

A Baltimore culinary contingent, including Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde and Blacksauce Kitchen's Damian Mosley, will head to Montana later this month to participate in the Old Salt Festival in western Montana. The three-day festival, held on a family-owned ranch, highlights regenerative agricultural practices. (Anthony Pavkovich/Handout)

Yet they’ll be on the menu at the Old Salt Festival later this month in Helmville, Montana, where Baltimore chefs Spike Gjerde and Damian Mosley are in charge of an entire day’s worth of festival fare for an expected 2,000 people.

Gjerde, the James Beard Award-winning chef behind Woodberry Kitchen , and Mosley, the owner of Remington favorite Blacksauce Kitchen , are headed west alongside Farm Alliance of Baltimore executive director Denzel Mitchell Jr. and “oyster ninja” Gardner Douglas to bring a taste of Maryland to Montana.

On the surface, there’s not much that links the Chesapeake Bay to the Blackfoot Valley, a slice of western Montana known for cattle ranches and grizzly bears, not crabbers and oystermen.

Instead, Baltimore’s foodie delegation found common ground with the philosophy of the festival and its founder, Cole Mannix , who started the event last year in an effort to draw attention to regenerative agricultural practices, which seek to create resilient, sustainable food systems through local networks of producers and processors rather than large-scale supply chains.

“I’ve always thought that one of the coolest things is that when local food systems thrive, they’re uniquely expressive of the place where they’re located,” Gjerde said. The festival, he added, “kind of brings in all the things that we care about, which is culture, agriculture, cuisine, environment.”

For this week’s column, I spoke with organizers and chefs to learn more about their vision for regional, sustainable food systems, their Maryland-meets-Montana festival menu — and the logistics of transporting thousands of raw oysters out west.

Oysters, biscuits and carpetbagger steak

The original plan was to road trip to Montana, with 4,000 oysters in tow, as well as pounds of crab meat, scrapple, fish peppers and other produce. The team researched refrigerated vans and mapped out a 33-hour journey that would also take them past a Minnesota farm, where they would pick up poultry for a fried chicken dish.

Then, said Gjerde, “reason prevailed.” Now he’s got a logistics guy who’s helping ship all the food on a Southwest Airlines flight to Montana a day before the culinary crew takes off.

The Baltimore team headed west to the Old Salt Festival includes, from left to right, Woodberry Kitchen chef Spike Gjerde, Farm Alliance of Baltimore executive director Denzel Mitchell Jr., oyster shucker Gardner Douglas and Blacksauce Kitchen chef Damian Mosley. (Denzel Mitchell III/Handout)

There will be logistics aplenty to figure out once the team gets to the Mannix Family Ranch, where the festival is set to take place June 21-23. Among other challenges, they’ll be cooking over an open flame, baking biscuits at a higher-than-usual altitude and enlisting the help of festivalgoers to shuck those raw oysters. (That’s not a knock on Douglas — 4,000 bivalves in a day is a tall order for even the most nimble of shuckers.)

The Baltimore contingent will be responsible for producing the festival’s food on Sunday, June 23. Chef Eduardo Garcia of Bozeman-based small batch salsa company Montana Mex is in charge of small bites on Friday and chefs Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson of Portland, Oregon-based caterer Tournant will handle Saturday’s eats.

Gjerde, Mosley and Mitchell’s menu will blend the culinary heritage of the Chesapeake with Montana beef and pork. They’ll start the day with a “Hangtown fry,” a Gold Rush-era dish of fried oysters, scrambled eggs and scrapple subbed in for the traditional lardons and stuffed into a tortilla.

Next up will be oysters on the half shell roasted with chili butter and an oyster shooter featuring Montana whiskey and pickled ramps. Heartier bites include fried chicken on Blacksauce biscuits, as well as a spin on pepperpot stew with beef, salt pork, oysters, crabs and local greens cooked in a cauldron over a wood fire.

The centerpiece will be a dish called carpetbagger steak, a whole ribeye stuffed with oysters. Gjerde sees an antecedent for the meal in Maryland’s tradition of bull and oyster roasts.

The Maryland-Montana connection

By now, you might be wondering how some of Baltimore’s culinary stars connected with a Montana rancher.

Woodberry Kitchen, the Farm Alliance of Baltimore and Mannix’s Old Salt Co-Op are all recipients of loans from Steward, a lender focused on partnering with local agriculture and food businesses. The loans are crowdsourced from small-scale investors who contribute anywhere from $100 to thousands of dollars to projects in exchange for future returns.

The company’s founder, Dan Miller , is a Washington, D.C. native with Maryland roots: His father’s family ran a produce business in Baltimore, and his mother grew up on a farm in Caroline County.

The Chesapeake watershed “really anchored my childhood,” said Miller, who remained interested in finding ways to improve the health of the bay into adulthood. After talking with small farmers, like Mitchell, and chefs dedicated to local sourcing, like Gjerde, he realized that traditional lenders tend to favor large-scale, conventional agricultural producers, “and anything outside of that is pretty much left in the cold.”

By raising money online, Miller discovered he could broaden funding for agricultural projects and connect consumers to producers. “Instead of people just spending money at restaurants, or buying at farmer’s markets to support regional food systems, they could actually fund the capital needs for those types of growth,” he said.

Steward has so far funded about 100 projects across the U.S., including a $240,000 loan to help pay for a recent renovation at Woodberry Kitchen that converted the 120-seat North Baltimore restaurant into an event venue and 30-seat tavern.

The biggest Steward loan to date — $6 million — went to the Old Salt Co-Op , Mannix’s Montana operation. Though his family owns and runs the ranch, Mannix branched out on his own, founding Old Salt in 2020. The co-op seeks to build a local infrastructure for beef production.

A Baltimore culinary contingent, including Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde and Blacksauce Kitchen's Damian Mosley, will head to Montana later this month to participate in the Old Salt Festival in western Montana. The three-day festival, held on a family-owned ranch, highlights regenerative agricultural practices. (Anthony Pavkovich/Handout)

While cattle farming is one of Montana’s most significant industries, most of the beef travels out of state to be processed, expending fossil fuels and making it harder for consumers to trace where their food is coming from.

“People have been trained to think about agriculture as a synonym for production,” Mannix said, “but we’re trying to frame agriculture as another word for a food system. It’s a culture of eating. And right now the big culture of eating is extractive from land and community. We’re trying to create a microcosm of agriculture that’s regenerative and resilient, and actually nourishing for people.”

Old Salt runs two restaurants in downtown Helena — a burger joint and a wood-fired grill and butcher shop — and is working to establish its own USDA-certified facility in the area that can process meat for local ranches. Mannix started the festival to highlight his co-op’s work, as well as that of others in the regenerative agriculture space. In addition to food tastings, the weekend features music, poetry and talks and demonstrations on topics like livestock handling and butchery.

Two regions ‘grounded in place’

Miller brought Mannix together with the Baltimore chefs during a retreat at his parents’ Easton property last year. At “probably two in the morning around the campfire… I said: ‘You’ve got to come to Montana next summer and be a part of this whole thing,’” Mannix recalled. The Baltimoreans agreed.

Mitchell was interested in the opportunity to tell the story of Maryland and Baltimore foodways, from farmer to chef. “It really represents for the city, for the state, and connects the people who work the land and work with the animals with the folks that take the product and turn it into food, which is what creates the memory,” he said.

The Chesapeake watershed and Montana’s ranchland are “grounded in place… two completely different ecosystems but the same exact challenges,” said Miller. By building up local agricultural systems, Mannix and the Baltimore chefs all hope to create a sustainable future.

Mosley hopes his cooking can bridge the distance between Maryland and Montana.

“I really never made food without considering the audience,” he said. “It’s so much easier to do in your own city… where you have an idea of people’s expectations.

“We’re going out here. It’s so far from home, it’s so far from any place I’ve imagined. So I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how we communicate this message. And are they gonna get it? I hope they do.”

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Jumble 6/8/24 Answers - June 8 2024

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