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!
8 cups Mr. Dell’s Potatoes (any variety)
1 1/2 lbs bulk pork sausage
1 1/2 tsp dry mustard
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
3 cups milk
Fry, drain and crumble sausage.
Mix all ingredients together with eggs and pour into a greased 9″x13″ pan.
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.
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
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.
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.
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).
Remove roast from oven, place on cutting board and loosely tent with foil. Allow to rest 15 minutes before slicing roast across the grain.
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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.
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.
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!
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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Spiralized veggies are such a hot trend – served hot or cold! Buehler’s makes cooking with these nutritional “noodles” easier than ever with our prepackaged spiralized zucchini, spiralized beets, spiralized butternut squash and spiralized yellow squash.
Baking cod is so easy! Here’s a recipe to try. Add your favorite herbs and spices so it is just right for you and your family!
Easy Baked Cod
Dip cod in melted butter or margarine. Roll in Ritz Crackers crumbs. Place in baking pan and add a few tablespoons of water to the pan. Bake in a preheated oven at 450 degrees 10 minutes per inch of thickness, or until fish flakes easily.
Variation: Add a sprinkle of your favorite seasoning (herbs, Parmesan cheese, etc.) to the Ritz Crackers, or brush with Dijon mustard before coating with the crackers.
Need some last minute gift ideas? Here are 30 ideas… And best part about our ideas – you can pick them up at Buehler’s when you’re doing your grocery shopping. Talk about time savers. We have something for everyone!
Gift Idea #30
Coke is a Christmas classic, and a fun, unexpected gift!
Gift Idea #29 – Batteries
Just in case the elves forget to include batteries – it’s always good to have some in reserve!
Gift Idea #28 – Christmas Ale
Brewed just for the holiday season, Christmas beer is a great gift for the beer drinkers on your list. Our Craft Beer Department has a collection of everyone’s favorites! They won’t be around long….
Gift Idea #27 – Candy!
Does Santa put candy in your stocking?
Gift Idea #26 – Plush Toys
Children love these fuzzy critters and our floral and gift shop has a wide variety of cuties. What was your favorite stuffed animal from your childhood?
Gift Idea #25 – Gift Cards
If you have someone who is “tough to buy for” – come check out all the options on our gift card rack! Buehler’s carries over 300 retailer and restaurant gift cards.
Gift Idea #24 – Chocolate
Yes, Virginia, there is a display of Dutch Delights chocolates at Buehler’s. Choose your favorites and enjoy! Oh, wait, this was supposed to be a blog about gift ideas for someone else!
Gift Idea #23 – Hot Wheels
If you’ve ever had a Hot Wheels car, you know the thrill of racing down the couch, over the dog and parking in a stray slipper. Share the joy of Hot Wheels with someone you love!
Gift Idea #22 – Munchies
Whatever the “Snacker” on your list likes, you’ll find it at Buehler’s…. The real question is whether or not they’ll share!
Gift Idea #21 – Baileys Irish Cream
Perfect for pairing with a hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows as a gift for someone you’d like to cozy up with this winter season!
Gift Idea #20 – Homemade Goodies
Everyone loves homemade gifts! They are fun to make and delightful to receive.
Fruitcake lovers in northern Ohio know, Buehler’s handmade fruitcake is delicious! Give the best to the fruitcake lover in your life.
Gift Idea #18 – Something Special for your Pets
Does Santa bring something special for your pets? Let Santa know that Buehler’s has cute toys and treats in our pet department!
Gift Idea #17 – Yankee Candles
It’s so easy to find your favorite Yankee Candles in Buehler’s Floral and Gift Shop. Check out these Snowmen and Christmas Tree holiday candles, along with all your traditional favorites.
Gift Idea #16 – Cookie Trays
A wonderful hostess gift, neighborly gesture for a shut-in, or treat for your family! Buehler’s Cookie Trays come in three sizes and all include a variety of holiday cookies.
Gift Idea #15 – Ugly Wine Sweaters!
Our Ugly Wine Sweaters are One size fits all – wine, beer, hot sauce, pasta sauce, syrup – any cool foodie gift that comes in a bottle! What gift wouldn’t look awesome wrapped up in a warm, woolly, ugly wine sweater!
Ugly wine sweaters are available in our Wine Department for just $3.49. Our Ugly Wine Sweaters come in many styles! And we also have Ugly Beer Sweaters ($2.99) and Glam Coats and Hats ($3.99) for wine! Watch ***THE** fashion show:
Gift Idea #14 – Moselland Ars Vitis Riesling Wine
The wine aficionados and art lovers in your life will be amazed by the beautiful old world alpine village “Starry, Wintery Night” painting appearing INSIDE the bottles of Moselland Ars Vitis Riesling.
What a unique design! Our video gives you a 2-D perspective. Stop by our Wine Department and check it out in 3-D.
Gift Idea #13 – Buehler’s Exclusive Scenic River Coffee
Our Scenic River K-Cups are the perfect gift for anyone with a Keurig® Coffee Maker — or who might just be getting one this year from Santa!
No Keurig machine? No problem! Scenic River coffee also comes in prepackaged bags of ground or whole beans, PLUS lots of whole bean varieties are available for you to purchase in bulk. The perfect gift for any coffee lover!
Gift Idea #12 – Anything in our Floral and Gift Department
Our beautiful floral-gift department has so many choices! Stop by at see what you can find for someone on your list.
Gift Idea #11 – Gift Cards!
Whether to a favorite store or restaurant – or a Buehler’s Gift Card, we have so many to choose! You can even order your gift cards online!
Gift Idea #10 – Earbuds
These earbuds are a great stocking stuffer! Who do you know who likes music? Pick up some earbuds at Buehler’s!
Gift Idea #9 – Shopkins
Yes, Buehler’s carries teeny, tiny, little groceries! Children love to collect Shopkins!
Gift Idea #8 – A Poinsettia from our Floral Department
Whose day would you make bright with a poinsettia from our floral department? Poinsettias are a great gift for neighbors and friends.
Gift Idea # 7 – Blue Nun 24 K Gold Edition Sparkling Wine
For someone VERY special, Buehler’s wine department has a limited number of bottles of the elusive Blue Nun 24 K GOLD EDITION Sparkling Wine. Effervescent, with fine pieces of 24-carat gold leaf this is the perfect wine for celebrations, special occasions and life’s golden moments.
Gift Idea #6 – Fresh Fruit Baskets
Buehler’s fresh fruit baskets come in lots of sizes, from this Fresh Fruit Sampler to our Ultimate Snack Combo Basket – which is perfect for an office party. Our fruit baskets are beautiful and so healthy!
(And remember we can create a custom basket featuring your favorite items! Just ask!)
Gift Idea #5 – Gift Box filled with Meats, Cheeses & more!
We think food is a perfect gift! And these prepackaged boxes with cheeses, meats, crackers and jams are super easy to wrap. Look for them in our produce department or in our holiday display at the front of the store.
Gift Idea #4 – Certified Angus Beef Stainless Steel Steak Knife set
Lookin’ sharp! Yes, these stainless steel Certified Angus Beef steak knives are perfect for cutting into a delicious steak! They are available for purchase in our meat department…along with lots of delicious cuts of Certified Angus Beef.
Gift Idea #3 – Nativity Sets
We are so happy to have Willow Tree Nativity Sets available in our gift shop. What a meaningful gift!
Gift Idea #2 – A Fresh Christmas Wreath
Brighten someone’s day with a gift they can enjoy throughout the holiday season! Buehler’s has beautiful, fresh holiday wreaths on display out side our stores. What a perfect gift for teachers, neighbors or special friends!
Gift Idea #1 – Gift Cards
It’s a tradition at Buehler’s – Black Friday through December 10 you’ll earn DOUBLE Rewards when you buy gift cards! We highly recommend “Double Dipping” – purchasing gift cards for stores where you will be buying gifts for friends and family – then using the gift cards to purchase your gifts. Say you’ll be buying a new laptop for your husband at Best Buy. Get a handful of Best Buy gift cards at Buehler’s (and earn Double Rewards) and then use the gift cards at Best Buy to purchase your laptop. Now that’s some smart shopping!
It’s an Ohio tradition…. This potato casserole recipe will please young and old, and it is so easy to stir together and bake. It is the original recipe from Mr. Dell with their famous all natural hash browns!
Mr. Dell’s Original Hash Brown Casserole
10 c. Mr. Dell’s Shredded Hash Browns
1/4 c. + 2 T. butter or margarine
1 can cream of chicken soup
12 oz. sour cream
1/2 c. milk
1/2 c. chopped green onions
2 c. grated cheddar cheese
1 c. crushed corn flakes
salt and pepper to taste
Pour 1/4 c. melted margarine into 9×13″ baking dish.
Add 5 c. of frozen Mr. Dell’s Hash Browns.
Mix soup, sour cream, milk and green onions in separate bowl.
Pour 1/2 of the mixture over hash browns.
Sprinkle 1 c. cheese on top.
Add remaining hash browns, then top with remaining mixture.
Sprinkle on remaining cheese, then cover with crushed corn flakes.
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Get a peek behind the scenes of our bakery department as we make a batch of Buehler’s famous Pumpkin Pies. Made with real eggs, sugar and Smith’s Dairy milk, our pies are a “must have” for many of our loyal customer’s Thanksgiving dinners. And pumpkin fans crave them year round! Check out this video and learn a special bakery tip at the end for filling your pie shells!
Buehler’s head chef, Mike Merritt, demonstrates how to brine a turkey and shares tips and his brine recipe – so your bird will be tender, juicy and flavorful.
Chef Mike’s Turkey Brine Recipe
2 gallons cold water
3/4 c. salt
3 T. whole peppercorns
5 whole bay leaves
4 fresh sprigs rosemary, stems removed
2 c. brown sugar
3 c. apple cider or apple juice
2 whole oranges, cut into quarters
Watch the video to see how easy it is to brine a turkey!
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