Cooking/Re-heating Provisions After Purchase [please refer to the menu above for what is currently available for purchase]
sausages… these beauties are already fully-cooked, so simply thaw and re-heat however you please! our top two methods are 1. butterfly and grill cut-side-down or 2. simmer on the stove in your favorite beer. be sure to have your favorite mustard at the ready!
ground chorizo… treat this like you would ground beef - thaw, then cook down and crumble in a pan. add to your huevos rancheros, soup, stir fry... the possibilities are endless!
veal sausage ragu...(thaw sauce: keep peas frozen) in a medium sauce pan, heat the sauce with 2 tablespoons of butter, stirring every now and then. in a separate pot of salted water, cook the pasta of your choice to your liking (we like orchiette best!). when the pasta is just about done cooking, toss the peas into the pasta with water and cook for not even one minute more. strain pasta & peas, and toss into your sauce until nice and coated. top with parmesan (and breadcrumbs if you have 'em). enjoy!
chicken pot pie...(from frozen) remove lid and bake at 425° (fahrenheit) for 45-60 minutes until golden brown and bubbly.
baked rigatoni… (from frozen) pour 1/4 cup of water into the container, cover, and bake at 350° (fahrenheit) for 45 minutes. remove lid and continue baking for 15-30 min until G, B & D (golden-brown and delicious). watch out - that first bite is gonna be wicked HOT!
shepherd’s pie...(from frozen) bake with cover for 30 minutes at 375°F. Carefully remove lid, add a pat of butter, and bake for 30-45 more minutes.
duck sausage lasagna...(from frozen) bake covered on a baking sheet for 40 minutes at 350 degrees F. carefully remove lid & bake for 20 minutes 'til bubbly brown.
mac ‘n cheese...(from frozen) bake uncovered at 375° For 30-45 minutes.
ghost of mary… stir 2.5oz ghost mix with 1.5oz citron vodka and ice, strain into a chilled glass and garnish with your favorite brunchy snack.