Sara Delaney

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Tangy Winter Slaw

Posted by Sara Delaney on Jan 17, 2019 6:41:00 AM

 

Winter is when I start craving the crunch and flavors of the fruits and veggies available in the summer months. Surprisingly, a coleslaw filled with typical winter root veggies can sate your desire for a fresh snap of texture and flavor. Cabbage and radishes provides crunch, Fire Cider, and horseradish pack a flavorful punch, while carrots and maple syrup add a touch of sweetness.

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Topics: veg, Side Dishes, Salads, recipes

Ingredient of the Month: Horseradish

Posted by Sara Delaney on Jan 15, 2019 8:17:00 AM

There’s nothing quite like the pungent impact of horseradish to remind you that you have sinuses, and that they can hurt.

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Topics: Our Story, veg, Tips/Advice, fire cider

Meet the Team: Caitlin

Posted by Sara Delaney on Jan 10, 2019 7:58:00 AM

Caitlin joined us at Fire Cider HQ in the summer of 2016 and has been a dynamo of ideas and action since she got here. If you've ever wondered how we manage to move around the country to all the tradeshows and events that we attend, it is only with her at the helm! From booking all of our travel accomodations to packing up and scheduling the shipment of all our materials, she keeps us moving with the pulse of the wholesale side of our business. And that just scratches the surface of what she brings to our team!

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Topics: Our Story, Staff Profile, fire cider

Winter Fancy Food

Posted by Sara Delaney on Jan 7, 2019 6:09:00 AM

 

If you've never heard of the Winter Fancy Food show you are not alone, but let me tell you why it’s so important to us!

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Topics: Our Story, Fire Cider On the Road, News

It's Hot Toddy Time!

Posted by Sara Delaney on Jan 5, 2019 3:14:00 PM

 

This time of year it's nice to settle down after a long day with a drink that will melt the chill out of your bones and melt away your cares. The classic Hot Toddy sure does the trick. With a bite from the Fire Cider and the complex flavors from the toddy water, this is one you'll keep going back to all winter long.

 

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Topics: Drinks/Cocktails, recipes