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Boetje’s Super Snacks

Did you know that Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest day of the year for food consumption in the United States?  It’s true!  It’s second only behind Thanksgiving in sheer food consumption volume.

It’s not too late to spice up your snacking for the day.  If you haven’t yet figured out what you’re taking to your Super Bowl party today, here are a couple easy ideas that will have your friends inviting you back next year.  Share your favorite Boetje’s Super Snack with the hashtag #BoetjesRecipes and send it to us on Facebook!

Boetjes Honey Mustard Sausage Bites
     3 TBS honey
     1.5 TBS Boetje’s mustard     (Use 1-2 Tablespoons depending on your preference.)
Use pre-cooked sausage pieces or cut up bratwursts and brown.
Mix honey and mustard well. (You can microwave it about 45 seconds to get the honey to melt if you need.)
Pour mixture over sausage pieces until they are all coated.
Bake in 350 oven for 5 minutes, stir, then bake an additional 5-10 minutes.
Serve with toothpicks.
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Raspberry/Honey/Boetje’s Dip
     
1/2 cup Boetje’s mustard
1/2 cup honey
3 TBS red raspberry preserves   (Use preserves so you get the seeds)
Mix together & serve as dip for pretzels or wings.  (If you want it to look fancier, add a tablespoon of mustard seeds.)


Boetje’s Sandwich Spread

     1 TBS mayo
     1 tsp Boetje’s mustard
Mix them together and use them on your sandwiches.

Boetje’s Grill Burgers
     1 pound ground beef
     1 TBS Boetje’s mustard
Mix together before throwing your burgers on the grill.

 

 

 
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Back to the Boetje’s Basics – Part 2

When we first posted this site, we posted a few pages of recipes from our original recipe brochure.  In our first few posts of the new year we will be revisiting some of those delicious classic recipes to bring you some creative ideas for meals.  And remember, you can always download the entire brochure on our recipes page.

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Back to the Boetje’s Basics

When we first posted this site, we posted a few pages of recipes from our original recipe brochure.  For our next few posts we will be revisiting some of those delicious classic recipes to bring you some creative ideas for meals in the new year.  And remember, you can always download the entire brochure on our recipes page.

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If you try this tantalizing recipe, post a picture to our Facebook page so we can share it with others!

 

 
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Boetje’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese

 

Our Facebook friend Josh sent us these pictures of his gourmet grilled cheese creation.  He created a triple grilled cheese sandwich of Sharp Cheddar, Monterey Jack, and Colby.  Then he added a slice of grilled, apple smoked ham which he heated up and then used the juice to fry up a couple over medium eggs.  Add those to the grilled cheese and top with mayo and Boetje’s old world style Dutch mustard, and enjoy the delectable flavor!

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Josh also shared this tasty bit of his personal history:
When I was a chef in the Army, I had my mom ship me a dozen bottles a year from the Quad Cities. I use Boetje’s Mustard in tons of my cooking, including my award winning Texas BBQ smoked pork butt. The mustard makes a freaking fantastic bark when you mix it with brown sugar and worchestire sauce, but that’s a totally different monster!

Thank you for sharing your story and your recipes, Josh!

 

 
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Happy Holidays from Boetje’s

(With apologies to Clement Clark Moore)

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the store
The people were shopping and looking for more
When what to their wondering eyes should appear
But a jar full of Boetje’s with some Sea Sauce quite near!
They shouted and pointed and went straight to their cart
And loaded it up with classic Boetje’s to start
Then added some more of the Bourbon Barrel Aged
And the last of the jars of the Sea Sauce that were made.
“On turkey! On pretzels! On pork chops! On ham!
We’ll Boetje up our menu for the reason ‘We can!’ ”
Their tables were full of such tasty delight!
Merry Christmas to all! And to all a good bite!

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Boetje’s

The countdown is on to Christmas and all of the year end holiday festivities!  We want to know how YOU are using Boetje’s this holiday season.  Are you stuffing a bottle of Bourbon Barrel Aged Boetje’s into someone’s stocking? Are you ordering a case of your deployed serviceman’s favorite stone ground mustard? Did you stop by the store for a jar of sea sauce for your New Year’s Eve appetizer table? Will your holiday turkey be coated in mustard and bread crumbs? Have you stopped by the shop to purchase a Boetje’s themed hoody or t-shirt for someone to unwrap?

Stop by our Facebook and tell us how you will use Boetje’s this holiday season!  And if you share Boetje’s photos on social media, be sure to tag us so we can share them here too!

Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/boetjefoodsinc/ .

Happy Holidays!

 
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Bourbon Barrel Aged & Classic Boetje’s on Shelves

You can find both the Bourbon Barrel Aged Boetje’s as well as our classic stone ground flavor on grocery shelves now! This photo was taken in the Silvis Hy-Vee but any store that has ordered them should have plenty in stock. If your favorite grocery store does not carry Boetje’s, ask them to consider it!

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Boetje’s Turkey for your Thanksgiving Table

As you plan your day of cooking for this week, add some kick to your menu with Boetje’s old world flavor! Use a spatula to loosen the skin over the turkey breast. Take a couple tablespoons of Boetje’s mustard (traditional or bourbon barrel aged) and paint the bird. Start by coating the inside of the body cavity, then spread the rest of the Boetje’s between the skin and the meat.  Use wooden toothpicks to secure the skin, tuck the legs back in, then continue to cook it as you usually do.

What other ways do you use Boetje’s to spice up your holiday feast?  Tell us on Facebook and we might feature your recipe here! Remember to use the hashtag #BoetjesRecipes to make it easier for other people to find your posting too!

Savory Herb Rub Roasted Turkey Recipe

 
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Summer Sizzling with Boetje’s Mustard

Published on July 27, 2015 in Mustard, Recipes

Get that grill going tonight for dinner, and tell us how you use Boetje’s!  Do you slather it on pork chops before grilling them?  Does it top your hot turkey sandwich?  Did you use it for a honey mustard mix on those wings that were calling your name?

We know that our friends are a creative bunch, so this week, show us how you grill with Boetje’s!  Post your picture (and the recipe if you’d like) on our Facebook page, and we’ll pick some of our favorites to showcase here on our website.  Be sure to tag the picture too!

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Boetje’s Mustard Porkchops

 
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Facebook Feedback for Boetje’s Mustard

Published on July 18, 2015 in Mustard

One of the great things that comes with our new format on Facebook is that we don’t have to limit the number of friends on our page.  One of the things we miss about it though, is the awesome feedback that we always got from you guys, with your pictures, recipes, and fun comments.  We loved the interaction with you, and don’t want it to end.  You can still share to our page, you just have to look for those posts over on the left column.  So don’t stop sending us those posts… we love them!

 
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