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.
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
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.