BBQ Chicken Recipes | Dum Dee Dum Dum

From “BBQing Tips From Deep In The Heart Of Oregon!

What were you girls expecting in my very own kitchen photo…a closeup shot of Paul Newman? Get real! Get a grip!

Ok! Here are two simple BBQ chicken recipes that are so easy that even you might…well, maybe, be able to do yourself without having to call Martha, Rachael, Ina, Chef Paul or Chef George (not Clooney) to bail you out : Continue reading

Severed Hand Raspberry Chipotle Cream Cheese Dip

From Tag Sale Tastes.

In the Halloween spirit, I made a favorite appetizer for a party last week. I call it Severed Hand Raspberry Chipotle Cream Cheese Dip, and you kind of have to have a sense of humor to serve it and to eat it. I am particularly fond of this recipe because I won $500 for it from Better Recipes. I didn’t have a lot of time to sculpt the hand, and several people thought it looked more like an animal claw, but like I said, you have to have a sense of humor. Continue reading

Fischer & Wieser Publishes Fredericksburg Flavors Cookbook

Fischer & Wieser Specialty Foods, Inc., is very proud to announce the publication of the company’s first hard-bound cookbook, Fredericksburg Flavors,Recipes from the Heart of the Texas Hill Countryby Case D. Fischer and Mark Wieser, with John DeMers, and food photographer Andrew Hanenberg.

As it explains on the back jacket,

For over forty years, Case D. Fischer and Mark Wieser have created exciting, delicious and innovative gourmet products with unique flavor
combinations to inspire your culinary adventure. Passionate about supporting
your love of good food and shared experiences with their award-winning
cooking sauces, salsas, jams, jellies, pasta sauces and more, now Case &
Mark provide a generous collection of recipes that will bring flavor from the
farm to your family table and make cooking for your loved ones easier and
more delicious than ever.

    More than 125 home-tested recipes, many from fans of the products and
some from Fredericksburg’s fine restaurants, emphasize just how quick and
easy Mark and Case’s sauces, marinades and toppings are to use.

John DeMers…. is the author of more than forty published books—many about food,
wine and travel, plus the West Texas Noir series that includes the Chef Brett
mysteries starting with Marfa Shadows. John hosts the “Delicious Mischief”
food and wine radio program on 1070 KJCE in Austin.

There’s also a little Fredericksburg history added for context, as well as the story of the remarkable company that is Fischer & Wieser. This cookbook will be a family treasure and valuable resource for family-pleasing dishes for years to come!

The book was published by Bright Sky Press, Houston, Texas (www.brightskypress.com)

 

 

 

Fischer & Wieser receives A+ in food safety audit

International food manufacturing auditor Silliker posted an audit score of 97.7 percent last Wednesday for Fischer & Wieser Specialty Foods, Inc. on the ICIX Compliance Suite, which reports food safety as well as Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirements. Silliker is accredited as a certification body for the Safe Quality Food (SQF) program of the Food Marketing Institute (FMI). Continue reading

Spicy Sesame Stir Fry Chicken Recipe & Fischer & Wieser Giveaway

It started in 1928 with a 60 acre Hill Country peach orchard, evolved into a roadside fruit stand in 1969 and is now the #1 gourmet food company in Texas. Now there’s a historic warehouse with a well stocked showroom that offers daily samplings and the Fischer & Wieser Das Peach Haus still stands in its original location. It sure is an interesting and inspiring story that you may want to read more about!
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FNNY | Presents Fischer & Wieser

From FOODNATIONNY.com - What a summer Food Nation New York has experienced. Back in the month of August, Case Fischer and Mark Wieser got in contact with me to present their product from Fredericksburg, Texas. I missed the opportunity to travel down to the Lone star state to visit their famous peach house. Lucky enough they shipped their jams, jellies and Moms pasta sauce so I could experience their craft. Here’s the link so you can check them out yourself at Jelly.com Continue reading