Archives by Tag 'Ham'

A Spin on the Cold-Weather Classics for The Holidays

11/29/18
Submitted by Alyssa Selle
 

November in Wisconsin is the commencement of the chilly season, here in Wisconsin.  The leaves have made their final departure and winter coats, warm alpaca socks, wood piles, snow shovels, and our favorite comfort foods make their appearance. As the temperature continues to drop, warm and savory dishes find their way to the dinner table.  […]

We visit New York each October to attend the StarChefs International Chefs Congress, where new ideas and foods are introduced and discussed by the best in the food business.   Each year, talented chefs from all over the U.S. and around the world convene at the Park Avenue Armory for several days of cooking demonstrations, presentations, […]

Nueske’s and The NASFT sofi Awards

04/20/11
Submitted by Megan
 

We’ve always been very proud of the flavor and quality of our meats, so we appreciate it when other people take notice of our specialties.  The N.A.S.F.T. (National Association for the Specialty Food Trade) is an organization that works with specialty food producers across the country and, once a year, the organization gives some very […]

Since it’s the heart of soup season here in Wisconsin, we’ve been looking for some tasty, comforting sandwiches to serve along side our favorite soups. We found a winner in the warm, cheesy Croque Monsieur. The Croque Monsieur, as you’ve probably guessed, is a French sandwich.  It’s basically a play on the hot ham and cheese […]

Here in Wisconsin, we’re heading into the coldest, most snowy part of the year.  When the locals aren’t participating in wintertime outdoor activities like ice fishing, skiing, or snowmobiling, we’re inside warming up and enjoying home-cooked comfort foods and the good company of friends and family. This recipe from the Nueske family is just the […]

Ham for the Holidays

11/16/10
Submitted by Megan
 

The big day for turkey may be right around the corner but December is the month of ham.  A great many people, when asked to conjure up a memory of a cozy and glorious family dinner past, will recount a holiday dinner that features a centerpiece glazed with honey or studded with cloves; the meaty […]