Breakfast Casserole

I have had the occasion to use this casserole twice in the last 3 weeks, and will be using it again this Tuesday morning.  A breakfast casserole is a great way to entertain for a breakfast or brunch, and have all the busy work done the night before.   Breakfast Casserole Ingredients 12 oz. cooked sausage, bacon, […]

Hunters’ Corner

I know I have a lot of customers that hunt because I have the pleasure of talking to you.  I admire people that process and eat the game they get when they hunt.  I did see the movie Bambi as a child so I do not eat deer meat.  I also will not eat lamb […]

Time for Comfort Food

Fall is certainly in the air.  I do enjoy the crisp feel of the air, and I love to see the brilliant colors of the trees.  As the air gets cooler, it is time to think about the foods that warm us from the inside out.  Today I am sharing a very simple recipe for […]

Gluten Free Chicken Breast Recipe

Several of my good friends have an allergy to wheat so they have to look for ways to cook gluten free.  I have a recipe to share with them.  This recipe will be a favorite even if you don’t have to worry about gluten in your diet. 3 whole chicken breasts (bone in with skin) […]

Farmers Market Thursday at Sherman Provision

The Farmers Market will once again be in the Sherman Provision parking lot from 3:30 to 6:30 Thursday afternoon.  We have some wonderful vendors.  We have a man from Wadsworth who makes exquisite jewelry.  I would love to get one of his creations.  Someone remind the Butcher that the Butcher’s wife’s birthday is this month.  Also, […]

Good Friends–Good Food

We had a very nice surprise last week.  Our good friends, Dave and Deone flew in from Minnesota.  They drove to Niagra Falls, and then came back to Ohio on Saturday  They spent Saturday and Sunday with us.  They returned to Minneapolis on Monday.  I had planned on grilling out on Saturday night, but Mother […]

Food Safety–Cooking recommendations

Meat and Poultry Temperature Guide Categories: Meat, Beef, Pork, Grilling This is for all of you who have been asking me about the proper cooking temperature for beef, pork and poultry.  I hope this handy guide from the Food Network Kitchen will be of value to you. Use the Food Network Kitchen’s internal temperature chart to serve […]

Prime Rib Roast

I had a customer in today that bought an absolutely beautiful rib roast to cook slowly in his oven.  We were discussing different seasoning.  He told me he puts seasoning on the roast and then seals it in with a paste made of Kosher salt and water.  He cooks it in an oven at 225 […]

It’s all about our customers

Today as I was checking out Sarah, one of our faithful customers.  She told me what she was going to do with the Mild Italian Sausage she was purchasing.  When she described how she took onions and green peppers, cut them up, added the sausage, and topped with a spaghetti sauce and cooked in her […]