RECALL: Delizza Inc. – Belgian Custard Cream Mini Eclairs

RECALL: Delizza Inc. – Belgian Custard Cream Mini Eclairs 14.8 oz

  • Date of recall: 12/19/2016
  • UPC code: 6-76670-00106
  • Lot codes: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm533807.htm
  • Manufacturer of item: Poppies International, Inc.
  • Number of manufacturer for information & questions: 1-252-442-4016
  • Reason for recall: Salmonella risk in powdered milk ingredient
  • PLEASE return products to any Buehler’s location for a refund or replacement

Roast Perfect

Is beef on your menu? Of course! And of course you want it to come out perfectly! Our quality Certified Angus Beef is specially selected to insure you are getting the best beef possible.

The Chefs at Certified Angus Beef would like to share some great  tips for for roasting.

Certified Angus Beef also has a wonderful app, RoastPerfect. Learn more about it below.

Roast Perfect: time and temperature

A beef roast will take center stage on your dinner table, whether you’re serving family or a gathering of friends and colleagues. To ensure it’s just right, begin with high heat, then cook it low and slow.

High heat creates a crunchy, flavorful crust on the outside of the roast. The contrast of crisp exterior to a tender, mouthwatering interior is what our palates crave. As a general rule, follow these roasting tips for a perfectly prepared beef roast:

Preheat the oven to 450°. Cook the roast at this high heat for 15 minutes.

Reduce heat to 325°F for the remainder of your cooking time. Then use an instant-read thermometer to cook roast according to recipe instructions or to your desired doneness.

  • Rare (125°F, 52°C) — Cool red center
  • Medium Rare (135°F, 57°C) — Warm red center
  • Medium (145°F, 63°C) — Warm pink center
  • Medium Well (150°F, 66°C) — Slightly pink center
  • Well Done (160°F, 71°C) — Little or no pink

Looking for more roasting tips and recipes? Download the RoastPerfect app today, available on iTunes or Google Play.

Certified Angus Beef RoastPerfect app

Certified Angus Beef’s RoastPerfect app is loaded with useful information.

  • Selecting a Roast
  • Recipes and Tips
  • Roast Timer
  • Recipes & more

Here are link for downloading the app.

Apple App Store

Google Play Store

Holiday Wine Recommendations

Buehler’s Wine Experts would like to suggest three wines for you to try this holiday season! They are Blue Nun 24K Gold Edition Sparkling Wine, Moselland Ars Vitis Riesling Special Christmas release bottle and Baileys Irish Cream.

Learn more about the wines:

Holiday Wine Selections from Buehler's Fresh Foods

Here’s a sneak peek at the the Moselland Ars Vitis Riesling Special Christmas release bottle 2016. Look for it in Buehler’s Wine Department (while supplies last!)

Would you like to see more Holiday Wine Specials? You’ll find more featured in the Holiday Edition of our wine newsletter The Vine & Stein.

 

Egg & Sausage Casserole

Treat your family to a special breakfast treat! This breakfast casserole just has a few ingredients. It’s easy to stir up the night before so it’s ready to pop in the oven for an early morning meal. Just eggs, sausage and of course Mr. Dell’s hash browns or cubed potatoes. Add some cheddar cheese and milk and you’re done!

Perfect for Christmas morning – or any day of the year!

 

Ingredients

  • 8 cups Mr. Dell’s Potatoes (any variety)
  • 1 1/2 lbs bulk pork sausage
  • 9 eggs
  • 1 1/2 tsp dry mustard
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • 3 cups milk

Instructions

  1. Fry, drain and crumble sausage.
  2. Mix all ingredients together with eggs and pour into a greased 9″x13″ pan.
  3. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  4. Bake 1 hour at 350º F degrees.

Garlic & Rosemary Studded Strip Roast Recipe

With just a few basic ingredients, you’ll be able to “Wow” your guests with this Garlic and Rosemary Studded Strip Roast recipe. Rub with garlic and rosemary and salt, and refrigerate overnight. Then simply roast for approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Ingredients:

  • 1 (4 pound) Certified Angus Beef ® strip roast
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 6 cloves garlic, split in half lengthwise
  • 8 fresh rosemary sprigs, cut about 1 1/2-inches in length
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • Additional kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

Instructions:

  1. Mix minced garlic, dried rosemary and 1 teaspoon salt in small mixing bowl. Cut approximately 20 slits evenly spaced around roast, about 1-inch deep using a paring knife. Rub mixture evenly all over roast and refrigerate overnight.
  2. Preheat oven to 450ºF. Remove roast from refrigerator and wipe clean with a paper towel. Rub roast with olive oil and season all sides with additional salt and pepper to taste. Place fat side up, in roasting pan fitted with rack.
  3. Place roast in oven for 15 minutes. Remove from oven and reduce temperature to 325ºF. Insert halved garlic cloves and rosemary sprigs evenly into pre-made slits. Place roast back in oven and continue cooking about 1 1/4 hours, for medium doneness (135-140°F).
  4. Remove roast from oven, place on cutting board and loosely tent with foil. Allow to rest 15 minutes before slicing roast across the grain.

Millersburg Hardware Transitioning to New Ownership This Spring

Millersburg Hardware Transitioning to New Ownership This Spring

WOOSTER, Ohio – December 8, 2016

Family-owned E&H Hardware Group is in the process of finalizing details to purchase Millersburg True Value Hardware, located at 70 N. Washington St., Millersburg, OH, in early February 2017. Shortly thereafter the store will transition from True Value to Ace Hardware, ultimately bearing the name E&H Ace Hardware.

Millersburg True Value Hardware is a second generation business that was founded by Junior and Barb Yoder in 1972, initially opening in a Millersburg storefront on Jackson Street. In 1978 the business moved to its present location on Washington Street. Today, the 44 year old hardware is owned by Joel Yoder (son of Junior) and his wife, Kristen. Although Joel and Kristen Yoder have enjoyed serving their loyal customers, they look forward to a new chapter as the business transitions to new ownership. They will stay involved within the community through their other business, Village Toy Shop of Millersburg. Joel will also continue his career as a Certified Public Accountant with Rea and Associates, Inc. “We couldn’t have asked for a better situation to ensure the best possible future for a hardware store in Millersburg. We found a local family-owned business that shares our values about community, family, and customer service. We are also excited that many of our staff members will be transitioning to the Ace Hardware team,” states Joel Yoder.

The Millersburg True Value Hardware will close at 8:00 pm on Friday, February 3 and reopen at 8:00 am on Monday, February 6 as E&H Ace Hardware.  Existing “house accounts” are encouraged to complete a new application with E&H Ace Hardware to continue credit benefits.

In the weeks following the transfer, product lines will be refreshed and popular store departments, including an expanded selection of plumbing and electrical, will be enhanced. The new E&H Ace Hardware will also continue to be a destination for Husqvarna products and service. A full service paint department will offer Valspar, Clark+Kensington, and custom color matching. Small engine service and repair is also planned.

“The Millersburg Hardware team has built a solid community-oriented business and we are fortunate enough to continue the family-owned tradition under the E&H Ace Hardware name”, stated Scott Buehler, President & COO of E&H Hardware Group.

Additional employees may be hired to fill the void left by the current owners. Job postings may be found on www.indeed.com by searching Ace Hardware.

About E&H Family Group:

E&H Family Group, parent company of E&H Hardware Group and Buehler’s Fresh Foods, is owned by the Buehler family of Wooster, Ohio. The organization operates thirteen Buehler’s Fresh Foods supermarkets in northern Ohio and nineteen hardware stores under the E&H Ace Hardware name. Hardware locations include Orrville, Medina, Dover, New Philadelphia, Delaware, Jackson Township (Canton), Independence, Rocky River, Westlake, Avon Lake, Middlefield, Oberlin, Garrettsville, Hilliard, Plain Township (Canton), Kamm’s Corners (Cleveland), Mansfield, Hilliard, Piketon, and coming soon to Newton Falls, Ohio.   

E&H Family Group is committed to environmentally responsible behavior, local sourcing of product, and supporting the communities in which they operate.  For more information visit: www.buehlers.com.

Introducing Grab & Go Party Trays

It’s Party Time! And every gathering needs food. Buehler’s Deli Department has a new line of Grab & Go Party Trays that are perfect for our busy shoppers.

Let us do the work so you can WOW your guests with ease.

You’ll find the Grab & Go Party Trays in our Deli or Meat Department coolers.

See below some of the varieties that you may see in your store this holiday season. You’re sure to find something that is perfect to Grab & Go!

What’s featured in the Grab & Go Party Trays?

You’ll find the Meat & Cheese Snacker, Boneless Wings and Mini Pinwheel Tray pictured above. Here’s what each includes:

Meat & Cheese Snacker

  • Colby
  • Swiss
  • Provolone
  • Hard Salami
  • Trail Bologna
  • Pepperoni

Boneless Wings

  • BBQ Wings
  • Buffalo Wings
  • Kickn’ Bourbon Wings
  • Naked Wings
  • Ranch Dip
  • Celery

Mini Pinwheel Tray

  • Jalapeno Bacon Pinwheels
  • Roast Beef & Cheddar Pinwheels
  • Turkey Cranberry Pinwheels

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Italian Circle Sub

  • Ham, Salami & Pepperoni
  • Tomato, Banana Peppers, Lettuce & Italian Dressing
  • Provolone

Classic Circle Sub

  • Turkey, Ham & Colby
  • Tomato, Pickle & Lettuce
  • Sub Sauce

Market Deli Wings

  • BBQ Wings
  • Buffalo Wings
  • Kickn’ Bourbon Wings
  • Naked Wings
  • Ranch Dip
  • Celery

General Tso’s Sampler

  • Pork Potstickers
  • Veggie Spring Rolls
  • General Tso’s Chicken
  • Teriyaki Sauce

Grab and Go Party Tray - Chicken Tenders

Chicken & Jojo Platter

  • Chicken Tenders
  • Hand Cut Jojo Potatoes
  • Honey Mustard Sauce
  • BBQ Sauce

Mediterranean Platter

  • Hummus
  • Pita
  • Stuffed Grape Leaves
  • Tabouli
  • Feta
  • Assorted Olives
  • Hot Banana Peppers
  • Cherry Tomatoes

Munchie Platter

  • Cheese Stix
  • Jalapeno Poppers
  • Mac & Cheese Bites
  • Sauerkraut Balls
  • Breaded Mushrooms
  • Ranch Dip

Grab and Go Loaded Potato Skin Platter

Taste of Italy

  • Breaded Cheese Ravioli
  • Italian Meatballs
  • Pepperoni Roll
  • Pizza Sauce

Loaded Potato Skins

  • Potato Skins with Cheddar, Bacon & Scallions
  • Sour Cream

Cocktail Shrimp

  • Shrimp
  • Cocktail Sauce
  • Lemons

Here’s a link to our store locations and phone numbers.

Harvest Market holiday blog

E&H Hardware Purchases Newton Falls Ace

E&H Hardware Group to Purchase Newton Falls Ace Hardware

WOOSTER, Ohio – December 5, 2016

The family-owned E&H Hardware Group is in the process of purchasing the Newton Falls Ace Hardware located at 165 East Broad St., Newton Falls, OH. E&H Hardware will continue to operate the store as an Ace Hardware, serving the Newton Falls community and surrounding areas.

The Newton Falls Ace Hardware was founded in 1973 by brothers John, Eugene, and Richard Kolovich. Originally named ‘Fair Price Center’, the business was purchased outright by Richard in 1977. After 43 successful years, Richard is looking forward to enjoying more time with his family and new puppy. He will also have more time to focus on his other two businesses, Falls Car Wash and RLK Enterprises. “I sincerely appreciate the many years of support from the countless customers of Newton Falls and its surrounding area. The store’s success would not have been possible without the loyal employees that stood by my side”, stated Richard.

The employees of Newton Falls Ace Hardware will be offered the opportunity to work for E&H Hardware Group in the current location when the name changes to E&H Ace Hardware. Additional employees may be hired to fill the void created by the current owner, as well. Job postings may be found on www.indeed.com by searching Ace Hardware.

E&H Ace Hardware will continue to offer a wide selection of lumber products, screen repair, a full line of Craftsman tools, Clark+Kensington and Valspar paints, and propane. Many departments will also be refreshed with updated product selections and brighter lighting for a better shopping experience. Ace Hardware’s free “Ace Rewards” loyalty program will bring expanded savings to customers. Additionally, in-store pick-up will be offered for those customers that prefer the convenience of shopping online.

The hardware will close at 7:00 pm on Friday, January 6th, and reopen at 8:00 am on Monday, January 9th in order to complete the transfer.  Existing “house accounts” are encouraged to complete a new application between now and January 6th in order to be entered into the new computer system and facilitate a smooth transition to E&H Ace Hardware.

Scott Buehler, President & COO of E&H Hardware Group, stated, “We are excited to be entering the Newton Falls community in early 2017 and look forward to providing a hardware destination where customers can count on receiving trusted advice from our knowledgeable employees.”

About E&H Family Group:

E&H Family Group, parent company of E&H Hardware Group and Buehler’s Fresh Foods, is wholly owned by the Buehler family of Wooster, Ohio. The organization operates thirteen Buehler’s Fresh Foods supermarkets in northern Ohio and nineteen hardware stores under the E&H Ace Hardware name. Hardware locations include Orrville, Medina, Dover, New Philadelphia, Delaware, Jackson Township (Canton), Independence, Rocky River, Westlake, Avon Lake, Middlefield, Oberlin, Garrettsville, Hilliard, Plain Township (Canton), Kamm’s Corners (Cleveland), Mansfield, Hilliard, and Piketon, Ohio.

E&H Family Group is committed to environmentally responsible behavior, local sourcing of product, and supporting the communities in which they operate.  For more information visit: www.buehlers.com.

The Craze that is Christmas Beer

No, Great Lakes Brewery did not invent Christmas Ale….Though many wait in great anticipation for its arrival, the history (and actual requirements) for Christmas beers and ales goes back centuries to the times when our ancestors celebrated the pagan holiday of Winter Solstice. Indeed, over the centuries, the entire notion of “Christmas beer” became ingrained in the holidays as much as yule logs and mistletoe. Norwegian farmers were required to brew juleøl—yule ale—for their workers or face expulsion from their property. And throughout the 19th century, British workhouses—those Dickensian homes for the poor—broke the tedium with free Christmas ale for their residents.

Great Lakes Christmas Ale

The backstory of this iconic style is important because it establishes that Christmas/Winter beer isn’t really a style—it’s a tradition. It’s as fanciful as stockings hung by the chimney with care, or a child’s dreams of flying reindeer. It follows no criteria. Not that some rule-makers haven’t tried.  The Beer Judge Certification Program style guidelines (Category 21B) say its aroma should be “reminiscent of Christmas cookies”, its appearance should be amber to dark brown and it must taste “rich and malty.” Interestingly, the guidelines also demand: “spices are required.” However, some would point out that some brands including the hugely popular Troegs Mad Elf might taste spicy but that sensation is a product of its phenol-producing Belgian yeast strain, not cinnamon or nutmeg.

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Indeed winter spice beers produced by America’s small and independent brewers embody the spirit of the holiday season and folks go crazy for them. Down in Asheville, NC, Highland Brewing Co. unveils the iconic Cold Mountain Winter Ale each November just before Thanksgiving and for the entire month it’s the talk of the town. Fans skip work on Cold Mountain Monday to raid area stores for the spiced amber brew, emptying shelves within hours or even minutes!

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During their annual “First Pour” event in late October, the staff at Great Lakes Brewing Co. brewpub pours about 430 pints of Christmas Ale every 60 minutes for 12 consecutive hours.  That’s one pint every eight seconds.

Suffice it to say, holiday ales are highly anticipated every year and whether or not they stick to the guidelines, they are a tradition that continues to grow by leaps and bounds as more breweries enter into the fray each year, giving us beer drinkers more varieties to try and anticipate!

So whatever your personal traditions may be, raise a glass of one (or more) of these special beers and say “Cheers!” to a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous New Year!

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