Dr. Jayson Calton, Ph.D, and his wife Mira, Certified Nutritionist, have included Mom’s Organic Pasta Sauces in their list of “Rich Foods,” in their recently released book, Rich Food Poor Food.
Rich Foods are those on grocery and specialty food shelves that do not contain harmful chemicals, and that do contain easily accessed vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are helpful to the body.
The book is available on Amazon.com.
Jayson and Mira were on Fox and Friends January 31, 2013.
From the Restless Chipotle blog.
This is my (late) Real Food Real Quick recipe for this week. How much easier can it get?
From Huppie Mama
I was so happy to try another product from Fischer & Wieser after reviewing their delicious Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce and Whole Lemon & Fig Marmalade. This time, I got to sample the Garlic & Basil Spaghetti Sauce from the Mom’s Pasta Sauce collection. Usually I make my own tomato sauce from scratch, so I was a bit skeptical. I was instantly impressed!! This sauce is truly delicious. Unlike most jar sauces, you can actually see pieces of fresh basil leaves and garlic cloves. It tastes like sauce that has been simmering on a stovetop all day long, straight from the jar. This sauce would be great for homemade pizzas, pasta, and chicken parmigiana. Rather than using it straight from the jar, I wanted to show my readers a way to jazz up this sauce. Check out this recipe!
Chicken Penne a la Vodka
From My Table
We at My Table are book people, naturally. So we’re happy to tell you about 11 recently published local food books and cookbooks. From national cookbooks that include our local favorites to local writers who are celebrating food cultures from other countries, we’ve collected a few titles here at the office over the past several months and were more than happy to dive right in. You should dive in, too.
Fredericksburg Flavors: Recipes from the Heart of the Texas Hill Country
By Case D. Fischer & Mark Wieser with John DeMers
Who among us does not know of Fredericksburg’s Das Peach Haus and Fischer & Wieser? Almost 200 pages of recipes use Fischer & Wieser products.
Read the whole list…
From Mrs. Happy Homemaker.
I love pork roasts. I love how you can put just about any flavor on it, and it just partners with it so well.
I make a lot of pork roasts for everyday meals, Sunday dinners, & special occasions. I always have one in the freezer ready to go because I purchase a lot of whole pork loins, and then have my local butcher slice it into individual roasts (and pork chops ) for me. Huge money saver! Continue reading
From the SIMPLE moms
With kids back at school and homework, soccer practice, and birthday parties in full swing, it’s not hard to see why so many families rely on microwave dinners during the week. Fischer & Wieser wants to inspire families to make a meal that they can prepare and eat together to celebrate National Chicken Month. Paired with chicken, Fischer & Wieser’s delicious gourmet sauces make a home-cooked meal that is packed with flavor and nutrition and takes about the same amount of time to prepare as the time it takes to watch one episode of your favorite sitcom. Continue reading
From MySA.com by Jessica Elizarraras.
Case D. Fischer and Mark Wieser admit their first foray into publishing was at least 20 years in the making.
“It was something we were always thinking about in the back of our heads,” Fischer says.
“Fredericksburg Flavors” (Bright Sky Press, $24.95), the first book by the sauce masters written with John DeMers, hit shelves this fall. It contains more than 125 recipes that use their gourmet products in appetizers, entrées and desserts. Continue reading
Chris Underwood, Facility Manager and Chief Griller Extraordinaire, basting the turkey.
Now here’s a recipe for anyone who loves sitting beside a grill on a chilly Thanksgiving morning, drinking whatever beverage you choose at that time of day (Irish coffee??). Warming your hands over a bird that’s going to be absolutely juicy, delicious, tender and moist—might we say even succulent? Can’t wait! Continue reading