We have had lots of requests for our very popular mason jar with handle in a non-engraved version. We listened to you and now offering them as singles, or sets of two or four. These mason jars with the handle are great for enjoying your favorite iced tea, beer or ice cold summer drink. Measures approximately 2 5/8″ square (not including handle) and 4 3/4″ tall.
Lids have slight defects in them and are considered part of what gives these fun jars character.
Sit back, relax and sip the summer away…
As we’ve mentioned before, we are always searching for new products to add to the store. On a recent trip down south, we came across Aunt Ruby’s Peanuts. Aunt Ruby’s has been selling some of the most delicious roasted peanuts for over 50 years.
Established in 1945, this family owned business started as a feed and seed store serving the farmer of North Carolina. They sell only the finest quality peanuts, roasting and processing them right there in Enfield, NC.
You can choose from their Spanish style redskin peanuts, their honey roasted peanuts and even cashews and almonds. Check out these newly added Aunt Ruby’s nuts today.
Hatley is one of those brands that when you see one of their products you instantly know it’s a Hatley. With fun designs of moose, bear, pigs and more animals Hatley used a fun and funky play on words to create original designs on pajamas, cooking aprons, socks, pot holders, notepads and so much more.
Hatley started about 20 years ago, the same as Zeb’s, and has grown to selling their unique gift and apparel items all over the world.
Zeb’s is now stocked with a great selection of these funny, but useful, everyday Hatley products that will put a smile on your face and help make life a little less serious.
You have to try out this recipe for Cheesy Garlic Mashed Red Bliss Potatoes. It’s easy to make and will have your dinner guests thinking you’re the best cook ever.
* 2 # Baby Red Potatoes
* 4 garlic cloves whole
* 1 cup cheddar cheese grated fine
* 1 cup milk warmed
* ½ cup heavy cream
* ½ sour cream
* 1 tsp Creepin Quag Hot Sauce
Boil potatoes until just tender
Add to food processor or whip with a mixer until fluffy
Warm milk with whole garlic cloves, add heavy cream
Discard whole garlic cloves
Whip in milk mixture, add sour cream and cheese and mix
Season to taste with hot sauce.
This week, I’d like to feature one of the newest additions to the store, and our web site. It is the Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce created by Stonewall Kitchen.
If you’re like me and you get tired of always pouring the same old marinara sauce onto your pasta dishes you’re sure going to want to try this pasta sauce. It has a wonderful butternut flavor to it but it’s also blended with sweet apples and brown sugar. You can use it in your favorite lasagna recipe, poured on top of ziti, ravioli or any other pasta you wish.
Go ahead and give it a shot…you may find that you don’t go for the marinara sauce as often as you used to.
After you’ve tried it, be sure to write a review on our web site. We’d love to hear your thoughts on this great new pasta sauce by Stonewall Kitchen.
* 1 medium onion
* 3 cloves garlic
* 4 cups chicken stock
* 2 chicken base or bouillon
* ½ Gal Whole Milk
* Roux to thicken
* 2 Tbl Oregano
* 1 cup Fresh Basil (2 Tbl Dry)
* 6 Roasted Red Peppers
* 1 Tbl Black Pepper
* ½ cup white wine
* 2 cups heavy cream
* Howlin Hollar or Creepin Quag to taste
Roast Red Peppers either over an open flame on gas stove or under broiler unit of oven turning often so as to blacken all sides of peppers, place roasted peppers into a plastic bag and tie closed.
Puree onion and garlic in food processor, while processor is running add white wine.
Bring onion mixture to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes.
Add chicken stock and chicken base, stir to dissolve base or bouillon.
In a separate pan bring milk to a slow boil.
Slowly add enough roux to thicken and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add oregano and basil(using fresh basil is best) to chicken stock.
peel and seed roasted red peppers and puree, add to simmering chicken stock.
incorporate béchamel(thickened milk) with the simmering chicken stock.
add heavy cream to soup mixture.
Stir into soup – Howlin Hollar hot sauce or Creepin Quag hot sauce, add 1 tablespoon at a time and taste.
Here’s a recipe for Meat Roll Napoli from the archives. We’d love to hear from you if you have used this recipe.
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* 1 pound hamburger
* ½ cup Italian bread crumbs
* ½ cup milk
* 2 eggs, slightly beaten
* 2 minced garlic cloves
* 3 teaspoons minced parsley
* 1 teaspoon pepper
* 4 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese
* 4 oz. bag of Garfield’s Smoked Cheese Nibbles
* 2/3 cup ketchup
* 4 tablespoons brown sugar
1. In big bowl combine and mix with big spoon: hamburger, bread crumbs, parsley, parmesan cheese and pepper.
2. Mix in small bowl milk eggs and garlic. Pour over hamburger and mix together well.
3. Line a double broiler pan with aluminum foil, slicing a few places so fat can drain into bottom of broiler pan. Lay hamburger mixture on aluminum foil and press flat. Spread cheese nibbles down the middle and fold the meat over the cheese, making a roll.
4. Bake at 350„a for 30 minutes, take meat roll out and top with a mixture of ketchup and brown sugar, then cook for another 15 minutes.