There are countless recipes for fondue, but most contain some form of the original "Swiss" cheese. Many contain Emmentaler or Gruyere, but in today's economic climate it is not always necessary to break the bank with expensive imports to impress your guests.
Our Segment on Out ‘N About Columbus that aired on September 29, 2013.
Shisler’s Cheese House Copley is owned by one of our family members. They are located at 1275 S. Cleveland Massillon Rd. Copley, OH 44321 and on the web at www.shislerscheesehouse.com.
The origins of Lebanon Bologna can be traced back to the Pennsylvania Dutch. It was strongly influenced by the European slow-cured sausages. In Pennsylvania, this sausage is served as luncheon meat and continues to be popularly available. This sausage is produced in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, from whence it derives its name.
In many countries, Danish blue cheese isan ideal accompaniment for toast or crackers. It was served as a crumbly topping with fruits or on salads. In Denmark, this cheese is served for breakfast topping breads and biscuits, or served as a snack. In recent years, Danish blue cheese and other types of blue cheeses have gained in popularity and are used as topping for baked potatoes, steaks and hamburgers.
If you love chocolates, candies and nuts, Heggy’s is an experience not to be missed. Heggy’s chocolates and candies are ideal as gifts for any occasion. Enjoy the unique taste of their milk chocolates or choose from the exciting range of mouth watering dark chocolates
Thatsa Wrapp is located at 600 6th St. NW near McKinley Ave. in downtown Canton. Of course, as their name implies, they specialize in wraps. I have not had a bad one yet, but my personal favorite is “The Bruiser”. Many of the wraps are made with chicken and vegetarian varieties are available. I would highly recommend Thatsa Wrapp, so the next time you are in downtown Canton, stop in...
Beef jerky offered by Uncle Mike’s has the right moisture that enhances the taste. This is why it is so popular all over the world. Originally, the Amish method was used to produce Uncle Mike’s beef jerky. Amish method involves lack of preservatives and hormone free cows.