Try this tasty recipe for Rita's Alpine Eggs with French Sauce! The recipe calls for Der Alpine Kase cheese from Goot Essa, which you can find on the PA Wilds Marketplace. This recipe will be loved by everyone for those lazy weekend mornings at home or a tasty brunch with to impress your friends. Although the presentation can feel upscale, the recipe is very accessible and tastes like a homestyle kind of "toast and eggs" breakfast you remember from your childhood... just upgraded!
Ready to kickstart your New Year's Resolution to get healthy while still eating delicious food? Each year, Melanie and Clay at Village Eatinghouse release their seasonal Simple & Sour Italian dressing and marinade, which is available only from January through April. Made with apple cider vinegar, the Simple & Sour seasonal sauce uses no sugar and no salt. This dressing and marinade will help you stick to your New Year's Resolution, adding phenomenal flavor into recipes while still watching your intake of sugar and salt.
Lucia, part of the PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship staff, offers some tasty tips for Thanksgiving and how some of the products at ShopThePAWilds.com can help you have the perfect holiday dinner.
Buffalo Mac-n-Cheese is made with the Sultry & Smoky Italian, just one of the delicious flavors of versatile sauces we create and produce in Pine Glen (just outside of Karthaus). The recipe uses just a few simple ingredients: macaroni, Cooper sharp cheese and the ever-popular Sultry & Smoky Italian (sauce made with a bit of Frank’s Red Hot & Mesquite).
Stephanie Distler originally posted this recipe for "Browned Butter Chocolate Chip and Pretzel Cookies" on her blog in April 2015. It's a favorite recipe with lots of interconnecting flavors, but all of the ingredients are easy to come by and probably already in your pantry.
A great filling breakfast to enjoy before heading out for the day is a bowl of homemade granola. Add a new favorite recipe to your list with this simple but wonderful Crunchy Granola recipe from Stephanie Distler!