Mom’s Meaty Lasagna!

By Case D. Fischer A while back someone asked me, “What made you want to go into the food business and start Fischer & Wieser?” I remembered watching people come into Das Peach Haus when I was in high school, and the joy on their faces when they tasted a peach right out of the…

Building a Beautiful Charcuterie and Cheese Board

By Case D. Fischer Charcuterie and cheese boards are all the rage, it seems that most people nowadays are interested in knowing how to put one together. We get asked about it all the time since we have so many products that taste great with meat and cheese. The truth is, the concept of meats…

Chicken Tenders

This easy recipe will be a hit with the family.  Skill level:  Easy-Kid friendlyTime:  15 minutes prep  30 minutes marinate + bakingServings 6-8 Ingredients: 2 lbs. chicken breasts cut into strips or package of precut uncooked chicken tenders 2 eggs beaten ½ cup Fischer and Wieser Fig Mustard Dip ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon pepper…

Das Peach Haus Cinnamon Rolls

We promise this recipe is worth the time to create these light, fluffy, peach cinnamon rolls.  Filled with our famous peaches your family will want them to be a weekend regular or a quick bite treat to take to work.  It’s a perfect pan of kindness to give someone who needs a lift during social…

Cran Razz Wings

Sweet wings for a tailgate party or a weekend grill night.  Want to give it some kick?  Just add a few drops of hot sauce to the recipe.  Ingredients: 2 lbs. chicken wings- patted dry1-12 oz. jar Fischer and Wieser Cran Razz Sauce½ teaspoon salt½ teaspoon pepper¼ cup brown sugar Directions: Mix together Fischer and…

Hatch Chile Enchiladas

Make room in your recipe file for this to be a family favorite.  Easy to make with a hint of sweet and a cheesy filling will make dinner night a breeze.  Time:  15 minutes plus 30 minutes bakeSkill level:  Easy Ingredients: 2 cans chicken soup undiluted 1 can Mexican diced tomatoes well drained 4 oz…

Icebox Ice Cream

By Mark Wieser OK, you probably don’t have an ice box, but I still do even if you think it’s a refrigerator. I have never gotten used to calling them that. Actually, a real ice box was before my time, but not too long before. As a boy I discovered our old ice box in…

Charred Pineapple Bourbon Pecan Pie

By Case D. Fischer Many of you may not know this, but July 9th is National Pecan Pie Day. We all love a good pecan pie and we may be used to eating it only around the holidays, but this week, I encourage you to take a moment to celebrate National Pecan Pie Day with…

Vegetarian Meatballs

These meatballs are packed with hearty favor for you or your guests with special food needs.  They are easily frozen to be on hand.  Can be stored in the freezer for up to two months Ingredients: 2 teaspoons crushed garlic½ cup chopped celery½ cup chopped mushrooms1 15-oz. can black beans, drained1 large egg¼ cup Fischer…

Sweet and Tangy Coleslaw

For your next BBQ bring this sweet and tangy coleslaw to the party!  This recipe is easily doubled.  Ingredients: 1 cup mayo2 tablespoons apple cider½ cup Fischer and Wieser Cran Razz Sauce¼ cup dried cranberries½ cup diced apple1 12 oz bag coleslaw or power slaw Directions: In a large bowl mix well the mayo, apple…

Celebrate July 4th…Texas Style

By Case D. Fischer 4th of July is right  around the corner, and while we won’t be vying for our spots on Main Street to watch the annual parade this year, or having large family reunions to gather and celebrate, I still believe it’s important to mark Independence Day in some way. Of course, for…

Peach Aren’t Just for Cobbler Anymore

By Case D Fischer Summer is underway and the 4th of July is approaching, and I can’t let another week go by as we, and other area peach growers, are harvesting our peaches and enjoying the fruit of our labors, without sharing another great peach-centric recipe. We love our peaches here and our proud to…