Granola gets a bad rap--mocked as the food of self-denial, hair-shirt nosh of body nazis and crunchy leftists. Roland Park's Big Sky Bread Co. reclaims for granola its place in the pantheon of snacking pleasure. Big Sky eschews the extras (dried fruit, candy, loads of sweeteners) used to turn granola into trail mix or kid-friendly breakfast cereal. Rather, it sows its oats with whole almonds and sesame, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds, rolled with just the right touches of honey, brown sugar, and vanilla and baked into big nuggets with a complex, earthy flavor. Sold by the one-pound bag at Big Sky and groceries around town, it makes for deeply satisfying snacking. And, not to reinforce any stereotypes or anything, it's a lot better for you than that bag of chips.