In January, Woodchuck® lost a loyal friend and Community member. Lee Ann “Elle” Ritchotte was a bright and enthusiastic member of the food blogging community. As the brilliance behind Elle’s New England Kitchen, “Elle” was a devout supporter of Woodchuck Cider. Elle would frequently highlight Woodchuck in her delectable recipes, providing passion for our cider offerings and showing how they could bring new life to foods.Tweet
If it’s possible, it just got more “CHILI” here in Vermont. However this time, that’s a good (and by good, we mean DELICIOUS) thing! Woodchuck Cider is excited to be sponsoring the 6th Annual Vermont Chili Festival. Today, March 8th, 2014, Woody will be joining a chili competition between restaurants and caterers from around the state. Beginning at 1:00 PM, downtown Middlebury will close off their busy streets for vendors, a beverage tent, face painting, street performers, live music, and more!Tweet
Good old Sunday football… Lazy-day clothes, house full of people, and food (a never-ending buffet of food). You start with savory appetizers such as potato skins and spinach artichoke dip, and then move on to those hardy meat dishes. However, there’s always that one dish simmering throughout the day, fueling that roaring cheer. Chili! Scooped up with chips, or covered with cheese, the dish will keep you toasty warm and satisfied throughout the game. Want to put a twist on your usual recipe? Well it may be time to try the Woodchuck® Sausage Chili.Tweet
With only one day until Thanksgiving, you may have already started the inevitable internal battle between Apple and Pumpkin Pie. Which one should you bring to your family feast? Which one do you let yourself indulge in after such a huge meal? Both are holiday favorites, and staples at any Thanksgiving table. Well what if we told you that you didn’t need to choose? It may be time to check out the Woodchuck Apple ’n Pumpkin Pie!
The Woodchuck® Apple ’n Pumpkin PieTweet
It’s the big kahuna. The centerpiece. One dish that brings an entire family together for a day. It’s the Thanksgiving Turkey. From cranberry sauce to stuffing this bird is a juicy and delicious base for every mouthful. With such a noteworthy dish, comes many different options for preparation. A turkey can be baked, smoked, or deep-fried. It can be cooked with stuffing, vegetables, and even sometimes a chicken and a duck (Oh, those TurDucKens)! Even with these endless recipes, we couldn’t help but put our own spin on such a specialty. So introducing…
Woodchuck® Amber Can Turkey!Tweet