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Schaller & Weber Test Kitchen – Wechsler’s Currywurst

Aug 21, 2014 by in Food, Recipe, Restaurants, Travel

There really isn’t anything on this planet that beats a good currywurst.  Any Berliner will tell you. Cheap, fast, delicious, addictive.  The currywurst is so iconic in fact that it’s even got a museum dedicated to it in Berlin. Now if you’re lucky enough to live in New York City, you can head down to the East Village and enjoy one of the best, most Authentic currywursts in America at Wechsler’s. But if you can’t, Andre Wechsler was kind enough to share his outstanding curry ketchup recipe for the first episode of the Schaller & Weber Test Kitchen.  Don’t Forget to stock up on brats!

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Oktoberfest 2013

Sep 25, 2013 by in Drink, Events, Food

It is once again our favorite time of year, Oktoberfest is upon us!  Schaller & Weber would like to cordially invite you to our Oktoberfest celebration on Oct. 4th in Astoria, NY.  But don’t worry if you can’t make it,just grab yourself an Oktoberfest Pack and read Maxim’s guide to Oktoberfest.

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Rooftop Happy Hour @ The Jane Hotel

Rooftop Happy Hour @ The Jane Hotel

Jun 17, 2013 by in Events, Food

The summer is in full swing, and what better way to spend a Wednesday evening than with a cold drink and a tasty sausage?  So we fired up the grill and took to the rooftops.  With the sun setting over the New Jersey skyline, partygoers enjoyed BratwurstChicken BratsCheddar Brats and our mouthwatering Spicy Cheddar Brats (On sale now! *nudge nudge*).  Truly the perfect ending to a beautiful NYC summer day.

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Featured online product: Kasseler Rippchen

Featured online product: Kasseler Rippchen

May 27, 2013 by in Food, Recipe

For a simple summer meal, this smoked pork loin is perfect when quickly heated in a pan or browned on a grill. Kasseler is a popular German preparation of pork, and it refers to any meat that has been smoked and cured in a salt brine. Since it comes out of this process ready-to-eat, you won’t have to work very hard–and if you order online, we’ll even deliver it to your door.

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Meat: The Perfect Father’s Day Gift

Meat: The Perfect Father’s Day Gift

May 23, 2013 by in Events, Food

Dads are notoriously tough to shop for, but the day I started sending mine packs of Schaller & Weber meats, I never experienced pre-Father’s Day anxiety again. The Bacon. Is the greatest gift that any father could ever ask for or hope to receive. Except, I guess, fatherhood. But every so often, every dad needs a respite from his brood of screaming or money-beseeching children, and that moment of peace can absolutely be found in a bite of our

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Summer, a.k.a. Grilling Season

Summer, a.k.a. Grilling Season

May 15, 2013 by in Food

Summer is now finally (almost) upon us, and that means one thing: grilling season. Luckily, Schaller & Weber sausages are now available for purchase online, including our newest Veal Bratwurst and Chorizo, not to mention the always-favorite Cheddar Bratwurst, original Bratwurst, and Frankfurters.

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Landbrot Bakery & Bar in New York, NY

Landbrot Bakery & Bar in New York, NY

May 10, 2013 by in Drink, Food, Opening, Restaurants

Landbrot Bakery and Bar has arrived on the Lower East Side and in the West Village! There’s a lot to love about this chic restaurant: they’re open late, it’s spacious and of meticulous decor, you can sit outside, their list of cakes fills nearly 11” of menu, and their selection of German craft beers aligns perfectly with our taste.

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Knicks and Brats

Knicks and Brats

May 7, 2013 by in Events, Food, Restaurants

The Knicks are still going strong in the playoffs, and Andrew Carmellini’s beer-braised Schaller & Weber Cheddar Brats are a great way to celebrate between dunks at Madison Square Garden. The arena’s gastronomical renovation has been met with mostly rave reviews, but Carmellini’s sausages are a standout, the Carmelo Anthony of concessions.

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Reichenbach Hall Opening on W. 37th St.

Reichenbach Hall Opening on W. 37th St.

May 3, 2013 by in Drink, Food, Opening, Restaurants

In New York, we are eagerly awaiting the opening of Reichenbach Hall, gearing up to be Manhattan’s largest indoor beer hall and restaurant on W. 37th St. Twin Reichenbachs Keith and Willy are the bros. behind Hop Devil Grill in the East Village, so we know they know how to facilitate a good time.

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Anticipating Michael Momm’s Loreley L.A.

Anticipating Michael Momm’s Loreley L.A.

Apr 30, 2013 by in Food, Opening, Restaurants

Restaurateur Michael Momm is gearing up for the L.A. opening of his biergarten Loreley, whose original outpost opened on New York’s Rivington St. in 2003. He invited Schaller & Weber (and our patés) to a pre-opening dinner party at his home in Los Angeles. The guests were friendly and down to earth, like Momm himself, and they represented various corners of his life.

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NEW from Schaller & Weber!

NEW from Schaller & Weber!

Apr 10, 2013 by in Food, Retailers

It’s not often that Schaller & Weber adds new products to their lineup, but when they do, you can be sure that they’ve been carefully prepared according to the same high standards all their other recipes follow. More importantly, these taste really, really good. Check out what’s now available in-store, online, and from your favorite retailers:

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The Family Ham

The Family Ham

Apr 2, 2013 by in Events, Food

The Schaller family hopes you enjoyed a very happy and ham-laden holiday. We took a little break from the social media side of things, but you can bet we broke out our phones when dinner was served so we could tweet about this beautiful piece of meat. And now for the best problem to have–what to do with the leftovers? Any suggestions?
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April Bloomfield, James Beard Nominee, and her Devils on Horseback

April Bloomfield, James Beard Nominee, and her Devils on Horseback

Mar 24, 2013 by in Food, Restaurants

Newly nominated for another James Beard award–this time for Best NYC Chef–and definitely deserving of it, April Bloomfield’s food just keeps getting better. For example, her widely-publicized recipe for the bar snack called Devils on Horseback, which are served at The Spotted Pig in the West Village nightly, has recently received an upgrade.

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SAVEUR cooks Sauerkraut with Pork and Sausages

SAVEUR cooks Sauerkraut with Pork and Sausages

Mar 18, 2013 by in Food, Recipe, Retailers

This recipe adapted from SAVEUR is refrigerator-door-worthy and easy to make using Schaller & Weber favorites. A choucroute garnie like this one is perfect for these last cold winter days, and it reminds us of founder Ferdinand’s training in the Alsace region of France.

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What to Eat on St. Patrick’s Day

What to Eat on St. Patrick’s Day

Mar 13, 2013 by in Events, Food, Retailers

You know it’s mid-March when Spring starts stirring under her snowy blanket and Green Cabbage goes on sale at Fairway. This Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day, the annual beer-feast that’s liable to get sloppy without the proper nourishment to accompany it. So what’s it going to be?

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Buy Your Favorite S&W Products Online!

Buy Your Favorite S&W Products Online!

Mar 9, 2013 by in Food, Retailers

If our store on 86th St. and 2nd Ave. is unreachable by foot, subway, or car, then you no longer need to book a flight to purchase your favorite German style charcuterie directly from us. Finally, we’ve organized our website so you can shop right from the comfort of your office chair or smartphone. So, while you’re here, why not try a package of our Irish Brand Bangers or Cheddar Brats? Dinner on the table is only a few clicks away.
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From Farm to (Your) Table

From Farm to (Your) Table

Feb 27, 2013 by in Food

If you’ve ever chomped into a thick slice of our double smoked bacon or lain lachsschinken delicately on your tongue, you’ve probably wondered where that pig came from. The visions that dance in my head as the fatty belly melts in my mouth are of happy, frolicking, farm-raised pigs, pigs with friends, pigs that have eaten well so I might, too.
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This Valentine’s Day, Eat Heart

This Valentine’s Day, Eat Heart

Feb 14, 2013 by in Food

It’s Valentine’s Day again. This hallmark of Hallmark holidays sends consumers careening in a thousand directions: to the florist! to the chocolatier! recipes for two! the most romantic restaurants! the sexiest lingerie! Or, antithetically, for those swearing off love this week, to the bar. The ice-cream aisle. The Netflix cue. Let us steer you instead, single or attached, to a new idea. Let us encourage you to eat heart.

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Hock for Soup Season

Hock for Soup Season

Feb 4, 2013 by in Food, Recipe

Groundhog’s Day has come and gone, but any way you look at it we’re still facing weeks–if not months–of soup season. Thankfully, no matter the soup, we have something that will fill your pots with flavor and your kitchens with smoky, aromatic richness.

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Lunch with DeBragga and Spitler

Lunch with DeBragga and Spitler

Jan 26, 2013 by in Events, Food, Retailers

DeBragga and Spitler is to Schaller & Weber as their Dry Aged Filet Mignon is to our Double Smoked Bacon. You might see them in the same meal, certainly, or in the hands of the same chef, but not, except on rare (exalted!) occasions, on the same plate. As it turns out, the two companies’ palates and histories share a lot, but of course they have their divergences as well.

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S&W at the 5th Annual Cayman Cookout!

S&W at the 5th Annual Cayman Cookout!

Jan 22, 2013 by in Events, Food, Travel

We hope you will pardon our lapse in posting recently. We’ve just returned from a vacation–I mean, business trip–to the Cayman Islands, where The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, hosted its fifth annual Cayman Cookout this past weekend.

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S&W Nuernberger Bratwursts

S&W Nuernberger Bratwursts

Jan 10, 2013 by in Food, Retailers

I can remember the first time I tried these, rather untraditionally, for breakfast one day. Having tasted our Bratwurst and most of the other Schaller & Weber sausages already, I figured I wasn’t in for much of a surprise. Plus, these were weeny little wieners.

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Globe Deli in Costa Mesa, CA

Globe Deli in Costa Mesa, CA

Jan 3, 2013 by in Drink, Food, Retailers, Travel

The Globe European Delicatessen is a small, family-owned market and meat counter in Costa Mesa, CA. A 40-year-plus operation, the place packs more punch than most outposts of its size, offering fresh bratwursts, rouladen, and sauerkraut; some of the best German mustards, condiments, and sweets; and an impressive selection of imported bottled beer.

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Fried Bologna Sandwich

Fried Bologna Sandwich

Jan 2, 2013 by in Food

Maybe it was the first day of the year making me nostalgic for bygone lunches, or maybe it was the bologna beckoning to me from inside my fridge.

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Charcuterie Boards Are All The Rage: How to Host the Perfect Party

Charcuterie Boards Are All The Rage: How to Host the Perfect Party

Dec 19, 2012 by in Events, Food, Recipe

Have you ever been to a Christmas or New Year’s party where there was a charcuterie board? And then, as you cozied up to the various meats and cheeses, to the inevitable water crackers and precious slices of ever-so-slightly toasted baguette, weren’t you impressed by how cool and fashion-forward your hosts seemed?

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The Midwest’s Got Meats

The Midwest’s Got Meats

Dec 17, 2012 by in Food, Retailers

We’re very pleased to announce the arrival of Schaller & Weber meats in 10 stores in the Midwest, thanks to our Chicago distributor, Euro USA. Check out our Stores/Retailers page to find out where to buy our specialty products in America’s heartland, just in time for the holidays.

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Tenderized Bone-In Holiday Ham

Tenderized Bone-In Holiday Ham

Dec 13, 2012 by in Food, Retailers

There’s still time to order our quintessential Holiday Ham to serve at your party or Christmas dinner. Perfect for a carving station or as your holiday table centerpiece, this ham is packed with hardwood smoke flavor, done the old-fashioned way every time.

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On Schinkenspeck

On Schinkenspeck

Dec 12, 2012 by in Food

Just as we love reversible clothing and cell phones with cameras and calculators, we love Schinkenspeck for its versatility and functionality–and, is it not fun to say?! For those unfamiliar with this particular variety of cured, smoked pork, think of Schinkenspeck as somewhere between ham and bacon; sliced thinly, it takes on the delicious virtues of proscuitto.

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The Best Goose Liverwurst in America

The Best Goose Liverwurst in America

Dec 7, 2012 by in Food, Retailers

Take it from The New Yorker, our goose liverwurst is the best! We are honored to be featured in this month’s “Eats” issue among the country’s most respected meat purveyors.

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Schaller & Weber Featured on “you are special, nyc”

Schaller & Weber Featured on “you are special, nyc”

Dec 3, 2012 by in Food, Retailers

Like finding a note from a secret admirer, we were thrilled to receive this wonderful review on a local blog:

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The Great Jägerschnitzel Debate

The Great Jägerschnitzel Debate

Nov 29, 2012 by in Food, Recipe

How to make proper Jägerschnitzel, or “hunter’s cutlet” in German, is the subject of much debate, or perhaps simply much variation. We read up on the controversy–breaded or unbreaded? pork or veal?–and, although these are matters of personal taste as much as authenticity, we decided to weigh in.

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Oscar’s Smokehouse in Warrensburg, NY

Oscar’s Smokehouse in Warrensburg, NY

Nov 26, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Travel

I once heard the claim, “You can put anything in a smoker and it will taste good.” While this theory hasn’t been disproven in my presence, a recent trip to Oscar’s Smokehouse in the Adirondacks of New York verified that anything going into their smoker tastes good and comes out tasting better.

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Swedish Ham for Christmas

Swedish Ham for Christmas

Nov 24, 2012 by in Food

At our house, we end each meal by planning our next, so, naturally, as we picked the last bits of meat off our bird on Thanksgiving Day, our conversation drifted to Swedish Ham. An annual Christmas tradition, our boneless Swedish Ham is mildly cured, fully smoked, and perfectly cooked by our master charcutiers.

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Billy’s Buck

Billy’s Buck

Nov 19, 2012 by in Food, Recipe

We’d like to congratulate Billy Schaller for bagging a six-pointer this past weekend in upstate New York! In Germany, venison is plentiful during the hunting season lasting from October to December, and its preparation is reverently addressed by hunters and chefs alike.

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Das Bierhaus in Burlington, VT

Das Bierhaus in Burlington, VT

Nov 16, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Restaurants, Travel

A quote from Das Bierhaus’ dinner menu: “We dedicate 100% of our draft lines to German biers.” Alright, looks like my work here is done…see ya in Burlington.

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TurDucKen for Turkey Day

TurDucKen for Turkey Day

Nov 13, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Retailers, Travel

Some people never tire of turkey on Thanksgiving, but for meat connoisseurs like ourselves, there’s a little more at stake on the foodiest day of the year. That’s why we’ll be carving TurDucKen–a chicken nested inside a duck inside a turkey–ordered online from Alpine Steakhouse in Sarasota, FL.

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FRESH by Brookshire’s in Tyler, TX

FRESH by Brookshire’s in Tyler, TX

Nov 6, 2012 by in Food, Retailers, Travel

In the past two years, East Texas has welcomed a new grocery store (and several hundred new jobs) into its midst. FRESH by Brookshire’s in the city of Tyler is extensively stocked; you’re sure to find unpronounceable produce and a customizable taco bar there, for starters, and as you peruse its aisles you’ll encounter a nice balance of specialty and staple items.

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Frische Blutwurst

Frische Blutwurst

Oct 31, 2012 by in Food, Recipe

Here’s a recipe for a hearty autumn salade chèvre with Frische Blutwurst (fried blood sausage), which was passed along to us by Renate Schaller. Adapted from Martha Stewart.

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Capital Club 16 in Raleigh, NC

Capital Club 16 in Raleigh, NC

Oct 25, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Restaurants, Travel

Raleigh, NC, is home to a rich food culture, and Capital Club 16 on Martin St. is one exemplary standby for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

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Tip Top Meats in Carlsbad, CA

Tip Top Meats in Carlsbad, CA

Oct 22, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Retailers, Travel

For those on the West Coast there’s Tip Top Meats, a meat shop, European delicatessen, and market in Carlsbad, CA. Owner “Big John” Haedrich has been at the helm of this trusty spot for the last 45 years, and he’s a character if there ever was one (as fellow butchers, we’re keen on these things).

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Euro Guild in Walpole, MA

Euro Guild in Walpole, MA

Oct 20, 2012 by in Food, Retailers, Travel

Here’s a great little spot that’s off the beaten path. About 15 miles south of Boston, and 25 or so from Providence, RI, Walpole, MA is home to Euro Guild, an official Schaller & Weber store that supplies German and Central European products to New England’s finest specialty markets.

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Loreley Restaurant and Bar

Loreley Restaurant and Bar

Oct 17, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Opening, Restaurants, Travel

Before the trend of the contemporary biergarten took hold in New York, restaurateur Michael Momm had planted Loreley’s roots on Rivington St. on the Lower East Side.

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Central Market in Texas

Central Market in Texas

Oct 10, 2012 by in Food, Retailers, Travel

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and Central Market is no exception–each of their 9 locations boasts at least 75,000 square feet. It’s no wonder, either, when you consider that they offer specialty gourmet items from almost every country on Earth,

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More Oktoberfest at Blaue Gans

More Oktoberfest at Blaue Gans

Oct 8, 2012 by in Drink, Events, Food, Restaurants

Between the clientele (not to name-drop or anything, but, Lou Reed! Lou Reed!), eclectic vintage wall hangings preserved from the space’s previous occupant, Le Zinc, and the beautifully executed German-Austrian menu, chef Kurt Gutenbrunner’s restaurant Blaue Gans in TriBeCa remains a staple for consistently enjoyable, unpretentious, and authentic cuisine.

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Zingerman’s: The Destination Delicatessen

Zingerman’s: The Destination Delicatessen

Oct 5, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Retailers, Travel

For me personally, a trip to Ann Arbor, MI, is without exception a trip to Zingerman’s Delicatessen (one of a whole slew of Zingerman’s businesses that might as well form a city in and of themselves). Locally and nationally observed for its dedication to the fresh and artisanal, Zingerman’s is to the foodie what Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory is to the wide-eyed, Golden Ticket-bearing child.

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Morgane Restaurant & Bar

Morgane Restaurant & Bar

Oct 3, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants

Around this time of year, as opportunities for dining outdoors gradually dwindle, we find ourselves with a hankering for restaurants with enclosed, heated, backyard gardens–and, of course, sausage.

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Shacktoberfest Is Coming Soon!

Shacktoberfest Is Coming Soon!

Oct 2, 2012 by in Drink, Events, Food, Restaurants

Shacktoberfest is that special time of year when friends and family come together under the bright city lights for an unforgettable meal, ein prosit or two, and, to top it off, incredible custards blended with traditional German flavors (last year’s German Chocolate Concrete: are you kidding me??).

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Zupan’s Markets in Portland, Oregon

Zupan’s Markets in Portland, Oregon

Sep 27, 2012 by in Food, Retailers, Travel

Visitors to Portland, Oregon (and residents alike), should look no further for the makings of their next meal than this well-stocked, high quality grocer, now with four locations in the metro area.

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The Sausage Boss at Madison Square Garden

The Sausage Boss at Madison Square Garden

Sep 24, 2012 by in Events, Food, Restaurants

A tasty array of concessions has blossomed at Madison Square Garden over the past year; notably, Andrew Carmellini’s Sausage Boss now serves up Schaller & Weber Cheddar Brats in multiple stands throughout the arena.

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Asiadog

Asiadog

Sep 22, 2012 by in Events, Food, Restaurants

Order yourself a 100% all-beef hot dog at Asiadog and you’ve got yourself a fine piece of Schaller & Weber meat, with a patiently-waiting plethora of Asian-inspired toppings to choose from.

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The Pitch & Fork

The Pitch & Fork

Sep 19, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Opening, Restaurants

A recent and welcome addition to the neighborhood is The Pitch & Fork, a new American tavern from Jacques Ouari, the owner of Jacques 1534 in NoLIta.

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Bear Mountain

Bear Mountain

Sep 18, 2012 by in Drink, Events, Food, Travel

Oktoberfest is underway at historic Bear Mountain. Open and free to the public on weekends through October 27, including Columbus Day, Bear Mountain makes the perfect jaunt from the city.

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The Meat Pack – Oktoberfest at Home

The Meat Pack – Oktoberfest at Home

Sep 17, 2012 by in Events, Food, Retailers

Didn’t make it to Munich this year? Celebrating Oktoberfest at home with family and friends just became easier, thanks to the Meat Pack, available at A8 New York for shipment in the U.S.

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For Sausage, DBGB

For Sausage, DBGB

Sep 15, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants

Opened in 2009 and named by Gourmet as one of 100 “restaurants worth the money” worldwide, and “a very good restaurant” by the New York Times, DBGB is still going strong in the Bowery.

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Cafe D’Alsace in New York City

Cafe D’Alsace in New York City

Sep 13, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants

Our founder, Ferdinand Schaller, received a portion of his training in Alsace, that smallest region of France bordering both Germany and Switzerland, and so our meats tend to cross over well into the French cuisine.

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The Butcher’s Daughter, Julie Schaller

The Butcher’s Daughter, Julie Schaller

Sep 11, 2012 by in Events, Food, Retailers, Travel

From the Bay Area–While we’re plugging away at the various institutions, restaurants, and marketplaces that carry our products nationwide, might we not fail to mention one little charcuterie cart of whom we are, naturally, the proudest?

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Introducing Leberkäse

Introducing Leberkäse

Sep 10, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Travel

At Schaller & Weber, we love nothing more than introducing our customers to new flavors and experiences, but it doesn’t hurt to have two hundred and fifty years of tradition to back us up, either. A Bavarian meatloaf developed around 1776, Leberkäse is one of those dishes that is new to many, yet stands the test of time.

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International Marketplace in Las Vegas

International Marketplace in Las Vegas

Sep 6, 2012 by in Food, Retailers, Travel

The International Marketplace in Las Vegas is aptly named, if understatedly so. Multicultural in the extreme, owners Peter and Joyce Kwan handpick their eclectic assortment of items from across Asia and almost every country in Europe, for starters.

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Shoop’s in Santa Monica

Shoop’s in Santa Monica

Sep 4, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants, Travel

Here at Schaller & Weber, we realize we may come off as a bit New York-centric, but it turns out our products are doing great things in other cities as well.

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Celebrate with Frikadellen

Celebrate with Frikadellen

Aug 31, 2012 by in Food

Frikadellen. Freakawho? I asked, moments before being blown into some previously unattained level of taste-consciousness by what I had naïvely assumed was just another burger.

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On Bacon

On Bacon

Aug 30, 2012 by in Food

Inspired by Tom Robbins’ impassioned defense of beets in his 1984 novel, Jitterbug Perfume, we thought it fit to publicly endorse one of our own favorite comestibles, that is, of course, bacon.

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No. 7 Sub Shop at The Plaza

No. 7 Sub Shop at The Plaza

Aug 29, 2012 by in Food, Restaurants

Nothing says end of summer like bratwurst, but if you’re a New Yorker, chances are you’re not grilling during your lunch break.

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Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner Live on Heritage Radio Network, 8/29 at 12pm

Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner Live on Heritage Radio Network, 8/29 at 12pm

Aug 28, 2012 by in Events, Food

Tomorrow, tune in to Heritage Radio Network at 12pm to hear our long-time supporter and friend, not to mention the very talented Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, share his “Chef’s Story.”

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A Biergarten Grows In Montauk

A Biergarten Grows In Montauk

Aug 28, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Restaurants, Travel

There’s a long weekend coming up, and some of you might be heading up to Montauk. If so, we strongly advise you to stop by Zum Schneider, one of our favorite outposts in the area.

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Park Slope’s New Beer Hall – Die Koelner Bierhalle

Park Slope’s New Beer Hall – Die Koelner Bierhalle

Aug 27, 2012 by in Drink, Food, Opening, Restaurants

We welcome to Park Slope the quintessential German beer hall, and one of majestic proportions and intent at that. Recently opened on St. Marks Place between 4th and 5th Avenues, Die Koelner Bierhalle serves up some 70-odd beers with at least 30 on tap, including one of our favorites, Kölsch, straight from Cologne.

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