Tag: Seasonal Dish

Recipes for Your New Year’s Resolutions

Have you committed to clean eating in 2017? The key to sticking to your healthy New Year’s resolutions is to switch things up, rather than getting caught up in a routine that will quickly bore your taste buds. This year, try making new recipes each week to keep your interest peaked and the momentum going. Pair our Minted Trout recipe with a side of our Chayote Squash for a tasty and nutritious dinner.

 

Chayote Squash

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Cheers to National Rum Punch Day

Sept. 20 is National Rum Punch Day, and we’re celebrating with one of Sam’l Arnold’s favorite drinks, our 1732 Philadelphia Fish House Punch!

 

Philadelphia Fish House Punch is thought to be one of the oldest punch recipes served in America. Scholars believe the recipe originated in the 1600s, in London, as a farmers’ club punch, and was later served in America at the Fish House Tavern in Schuylkill, Pa.

 

What you’ll need:

  • 1 ½ pints sweet-and-sour syrup
  • ¾
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Recipe: Thanksgiving Turkey with Piñon-Nut Stuffing

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, consider making our celebrated stuffing to accompany your turkey. This stuffing has been around since the 1960s, at which time we smoked whole birds outside of The Fort in a large smokehouse. A holiday favorite, the recipe for our stuffing features the delicious flavor of pine nuts, which are called piñones (peen-YO-nays), or piñons if they are from New Mexico or Colorado. The seeds of pine trees, the small, elongated nuts are found nestled … Read the entire post >

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