Cinnamon Peach Cake

By Case D. Fischer I am sure you have noticed by now that our Peach Stands are open in Gillespie County and we are ushering in the peach season. I have so many fond memories of my summers growing up here in Fredericksburg, picking peaches and selling them at Das Peach Haus. I am happy…

Vegetable Kebabs

By Case D Fischer Last week we talked about grilling chicken breasts and making quesadillas, this week we are grilling up some veggies. After all, if you are firing up the grill, you might as well cook your whole meal right there. These kebabs are fast, easy, and a great way to incorporate vibrant color…

Southwest Chicken Quesadillas

By Case D Fischer For many of us, Memorial Day marks the start of grilling season and a leap into summer vacation, or this year we might say summer staycation. Grilling is a great way to cook – you get great charcoal flavor, less clean up, and grilling really allows the meat you choose to…

Sweet Rice (Milchreis or German Rice)

By Mark Wieser I have never understood the way rice is served in so many American restaurants and homes. It is as if it is added for decoration, dry, as if great care has been taken that not a single grain stick to another. I seem to remember the ‘50’s was all about creating the…

Dinner for Mom

By Case D. Fischer This Sunday we have a great reason to get up, get excited, and celebrate – It’s Mother’s Day. Lately social distancing has made it harder for families to find fun things to do together or may even make it impossible to be with Mom except via Facetime or Zoom. No matter…

Memories and Love from Mom’s Kitchen

By Stacy Whittemore As we celebrate Mother’s Day this year, we are living in a time of change where we are refocusing on home and hearth.  I believe we will look back and see that in a small way it was good as it brought us closer as a family.  Across America, we have turned…

Marvelous Marinades: Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Wings

By Case D Fischer Summer is fast approaching, we are dusting off grills, meat purchases are at an all-time high, and we all need new ways to incorporate unique flavors into our meals. Grocery stores have seen an influx in meat and seafood sales these last couple of weeks. While storing these meats away and…

Filled Noodles (Gefüllte Nudeln)

By Mark Wieser  So many, whom I have encountered throughout the years, have believed that being of German descent meant I ate a lot of Wienerschnitzel. Not true! In fact, never, but we did enjoy a number of things that bring back fond memories. Filled Noodles was one of my favorite meals that my mother…

Hearty Black Bean Soup

By Case D. Fischer So you’ve done the endless hours of grocery shopping, and you’re fully stocked. Now what? Looking in your pantry you know one thing’s for certain: you have canned goods to last you a decade. Canned goods are the #1 go to for non-perishables. Frozen items are great too, but there are…

FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS – Mark Wieser and Case Fischer

Fischer and Wieser’s roots have always been family and friends getting together around a common kitchen table to enjoy great food. In fact, our mission is: To create flavorful experiences that make people happy!” That’s what we think about at Fischer & Wieser every day. In response to the recent global pandemic, we are changing…

Spicy Peanut Coconut Stir Fry

By Case D. Fischer Another week of social distancing and near isolation has passed, and I don’t know about how things are going in your household, but I am sure that it’s the same as ours – another meal to create, what’s it going to be? I think that everyone has heard about those dishes…

The Reassuring Joys of Comfort Food

By John DeMers  In food, as in so many things, our highly personalized response to the coronavirus pandemic has striking parallels to, and surprising departures from, the other great trauma of most current lifetimes: the 9/11 attacks. In that case, our leaders told us to go out to eat and spend money. In this case,…