Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and other local officials will be visiting McCutcheon’s on October 23 to commemorate the business’s 80th anniversary.
We'd be honored to welcome you to our Factory Store and event tent, right off of Carroll Creek, in beautiful Frederick, MD. You won't want to miss the tastings, giveaways, Blue Grass music and lots of fun!
Back in September of 2011 we did a post reminding everyone living in Frederick County and western Maryland to support their local farmers by buying local and by visiting local farmers markets.
In 2007, we were pleased to donate several used cider barrels to the National Zoo in Washington, DC. In 2010, we sent several more. Recently, we were proud to once again donate barrels to the Zoo's animal enrichment program.
Olde Mother Brewing Company is a micro-brewery here in Frederick, MD and we are pleased to be a supplier for some of their beverage creations. As a co-founder of Olde Mother, Nick Wilson happily answered a few questions we had for him, recently.
Part of why this blog has been such a success is not because it is built around a line of products that stand on their own. I feel that if you live by the motto, “Our products speak for themselves” you overlook, or even dismiss, where the real testament of the quality of the product lies.
We are not alone! There are other condiment junkies out there, and to prove it I bring you this “50 Ways to Use Preserves, Jellies, and Jams” from the Hungry Texan, a blogger with a taste for home style cooking and working with what you’ve got.
When I find another passionate foodie on the internet who has used McCutcheon’s in some creative way it makes my day. I love seeing other people around the web using their creative culinary ways to reinvent our products. I came across the Richmond, VA based blogger CookinFanatic when she used McCutcheon’s Apple Butter BBQ Sauce to dish up some saucy […]
Welcome to the new age of power where being green is king! In our own effort to bring more green practices into McCutcheon’s we are going solar.
To begin, the McCutcheon’s Blog New Year’s Resolutions are to Remind us old classics. Believe it or not, McCutcheon’s Blog is now over and year old. Yes, we have been cooking up a storm for a quite a while now.