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.
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.
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.
If so, then come into McCutcheon’s to get your chance to get free tickets to see Jerrod Neimann live at the Weinberg Center November 18th in historic Downtown Frederick!
The apples are pouring in now that we are in the full swing of fall. We call this time of year cider season: when the pressed run full force from morning to night and jug after jug is filled to the brim with sweet, freshly pressed cider.
For a few years now MaryAnna’s Teas, out of NJ, has been brewing and bottling their tea here at McCutcheon’s. Their three flavors of tea (Peachy Sweet tea, Berry Sweet tea, and Summer Sweet Tea) are made with only the finest Nilgiri black tea from the blue mountains of India. This specific type of tea excels at making a flavorful, clear and crisp iced tea.
05-25-12 0 What’s on your packing list for this holiday weekend? A bathing suit to wear on a sunny beach or as you lounge by the just opened pool? Hiking boots for some stomping in the woods in a shady and green campground in the mountains?
Stop by McCutcheon’s on 13 S. Wisner St. Frederick, MD on Friday 04/06 or Sat. 04/07 and get an Easter surprise with every purchase of $10 or more!
So St. Patty’s is coming up. When I think of the holiday I think of two things: beer and corned beef. In my house, it is all about the corned beef. I get that the Irish get a bad wrap for having bland food.
We have never done a DIY on this blog before. But, every other day I feel like we get the questions “do you take back empty jars?” and “what am I supposed to do with all these empty jars?!” Of course, you could always recycle them and be a good, green member of society.