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:
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Like finding a note from a secret admirer, we were thrilled to receive this wonderful review on a local blog:
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.
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.
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).
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.
Not that we advocate sitting in front of a screen all day, but hey, some of us are forced to. And who’s going to blame you for staying in as the days get shorter and colder? My point being, did you know that one of the most well-stocked German markets worldwide is only a few strikes of the old keyboard away–meaning you can visit from the comfort of your home or office, 24/7?
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,
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.