4 Delicious Ways to Refresh Your Holiday Festivities
The holidays should revolve around the experiences you have with the ones you love, but that doesn’t mean the “extra stuff", like nourishing food and drink on the table, must be forgotten. In fact, it’s a wonderful time of year to go above and beyond with cuisine, especially when the results are down right delicious and not necessarily dependent upon the amount of time put in. When you start with real, wholesome products and ingredients, the rest takes care of itself.
Snacks and Cheese, Please!
Consider adding a Cheddar Bundle to your cart this holiday season. It comes packed with 3 -1lb pieces of our all time favorite cheddar cheese variety. Includes Mild, Sharp, Hot, and/or Applewood Smoked and Garlic-n-Chives. This cheddar cheese pairs perfectly with a crunchy whole-grain bite as well as fruit, and the cheese can last for up to 1 year so consider getting a few extra as gifts.
Make Meat a Special Treat
It’s the holidays. Make your main dish a special treat by preparing something that delights above and beyond typical expectations. The satisfaction is irreplaceable that your loved ones and you will feel upon biting into juicy Filet Mignon, tender Short Ribs, savory Rib-eye Roast (bone in), or melt-in-your-mouth Salmon.
Rich & Creamy Homemade Desserts
Dessert is a gift that we don’t treat ourselves to very often. When you do, it's extra rewarding if you do it right, using nutritious, organic and unprocessed ingredients. Our Raw Milk, Yogurt, Butter and Cream, and Eggs, are the perfect foundations for a multitude of classic desserts like cheesecake, mousse, pudding, cakes and even a classic cup of hot chocolate.
A Classic Breakfast
With dinner often stealing the attention around the holidays, it’s easy to forget about a hearty breakfast. Classic staples are classic for a reason - they offer a delicious and balanced start to your day. Consider bringing the family together in the morning for Eggs, Bacon, and Toast. Maybe you’ll go the extra mile and add Pancakes with Syrup, too?
Whatever the time of year, I think we can all agree that health and happiness should always be on the menu.
Happy holidays from your Dutch Meadows family!