You know it’s Thanksgiving when you walk into the kitchen and your senses are filled with that mouth-watering smell of stuffing. Whether baked in a pan, or cooked right in the turkey, this flavor burst of a dish is often the first hit on the buffet line. As a recipe in our Woodchuck® Wednesday Thanksgiving Countdown, we’ve put our own cider spin on the holiday delicacy.
Sausage and Woodchuck® Granny Smith Cider Stuffing!
Here at Woodchuck®, we are very passionate about our cider. So passionate, that it tends to fuel our creativity in places like our offices! The customer service gurus of Woodchuck took the group Halloween costume to a new level, representing the different styles of our Limited Releases line of ciders. Not only do we see each season, but Mother Nature is keeping a watchful eye over her tasty bevys.
From our creative customer service team, and the rest of the Woodchuck clan, we wish everyone a Happy Halloween!
As the cool Fall days grow shorter, we find ourselves spending more time indoors. Luckily, this is the perfect excuse to start testing those recipes you’ve only been talking about all season. That satisfying crock-pot of chili, that spinach and artichoke dip you stole from your mother-in-law, and of course a season staple… Pumpkin Bread. There’s nothing like the sweet smell of baked goods filling your house with a thick aroma. Pumpkin Bread warms you up after that brisk fall walk, and complements almost any savory entrée. Is your mouth watering yet? Well do we have a treat for you! Add one more recipe on that To-Do list, and indulge in the Woodchuck® Private Reserve Pumpkin Cider Pumpkin Bread!
Time flies. We all say it. It’s a cliché for the ages. In Vermont though, seasonal change can sometimes feel like a game of hurry up and wait. The pumpkin and fall ciders hit the shelves. Football starts as baseball winds down. The first real chill finds its way into the air. All of this builds and builds… but summer tends to hang on no matter what delicious seasonal cider is on the shelf.
We here at Woodchuck have been waiting months, (actually more like years), for this moment. A moment that would not only set down our roots for the long haul in Vermont, but also serve as a new destination for the fans of Woodchuck Hard Cider.