Ideas For a Great Spring from Pfaelzer Brothers

Filets and Triffles

Spring is nearly here, and the coming of spring brings advantages many of us have been looking forward to. The obvious element of excitement is the warm weather. So many have had to endure a winter that was second to none. The ability to enjoy the warm air and sunshine seems to be the aspect of spring that those of us who’ve had a long winter are most excited for. Here at Pfaelzer Brothers, we see spring as a time for family gatherings, outdoor activities, and delicious eating. By following these three easy tips, you can plan activities with your family, coworkers, or friends that will allow you to take advantage of everything spring has to offer, while enjoying the good company of others.   Plan a Company Picnic After this winter, your coworkers are going to be just as anxious to feel the warm sun on their face as you are. Many times, it’s difficult for employees to take time out of their busy schedules to participate in team building activities such as these. Schedule an hour towards the end of the work week with your department or company during the lunch hour to take advantage of the changing …
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Delicious Lunch Ideas with Hickory Farms Pears & Cheddar

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If you’re looking for a delicious combination of flavors, pears and cheddar cheese taste fantastic together, as the crisp, juicy pear really brings out the natural fruit notes of the cheese. Order a Hickory Farms Fruit & Cheese Fest Gift Box, so that you can try out these delicious pear and cheddar cheese lunch recipes at your home. A rich and creamy soup The brightness of the pear makes this decadent cheese soup pop. To create this dish, start by sauteeing potatoes, celery, onion, thyme, and your diced pear until everything has softened. Next, add a big splash of the white wine. Once you have cooked down the wine a bit, stir in chicken stock. After 30 minutes, use an immersion blender to puree the soup. Now, it is time to add handfuls of grated cheddar cheese, cream, and salt and pepper. Heat the soup until the cheese is melted. A one-of-a-kind grilled cheese This twist on the traditional grilled cheese sandwich will please eaters of all ages. First, you will want to preheat a griddle. Then, butter one side of two pieces of bread, before placing them butter-side down on the hot griddle. Top the bread with cheddar cheese, …
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Celebrate St. Patty’s Day with Sweet Hot Corned Beef & Cabbage

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When St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, it is time to dress in green, decorate your home with shamrocks, and make a big pot of corned beef & cabbage. If you’ve never made your own corned beef, you may find that it is easier than you thought. Impress your guests with the authentic flavors of this Sweet Hot Mustard Corned Beef recipe using our Hickory Farms Sweet Hot Mustard. Prepare your beef Although traditional corned beef is boiled, baking infuses the beef with tons of extra flavor. The recipe is so simple, you can easily try it both ways. Start by removing the corned beef from the package. If you are baking the beef, just toss the spice packet, you will be adding plenty of flavor. As corned beef can be salty, you may want to boil the meat before baking to draw out some of the excess sodium. After you have removed the beef from the water, place it with the fat side up on a piece of aluminum foil. Then, dot the beef with cloves and cover it with a nice layer of our Sweet Hot Mustard and a sprinkle of brown sugar. Wrap the beef in foil, and …
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