Herma’s News – Gifts for Father’s Day, Food Ideas and Featured Cheese
Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art. – Stanislaw Jerzy Lec
There is so much to look forward to at this time of year – strawberry picking, barbecuing and Father’s Day to name a few. Within this newsletter find all sorts of information on how to make the most of it.
Father’s Day Gift Ideas
photo by Emile Henry of Pizza Stone
We are proud of the wide variety of gifts we carry that would be perfect for your man or father on Father’s Day. We carry a variety of barware and body care products that will please any man. And if he likes to barbecue we have that covered too.
Consider creating a bundle of sauces or foods for your father. It will be our pleasure to wrap it up beautifully for a $10 fee.
Pizza Stone – Baseball Statue (holds wine bottle) – Rocket Ship Cocktail Shaker – Whimsical Camera Flask – Barware – Chocolate – Barbecue Sauces – Special Collector Balsamic Vinegar – BBQ Tray Gift Basket – Mustards Gift Basket – Mistral Cedarwood Marine Fragrance Gift Basket – Mistral Salted Gin Fragrance Gift Basket – Martini Set Gift Basket – Cocktail Hour Gift Basket – and so much more!
Staff Pick – Baseball Player Gripping Wine Bottle
Visual Guide to Father’s Day Gift Ideas
For more Father’s Day gift ideas including pictures go to the blog section of hermas.ca or click on the following link…
Horseradish Beet Salad with Goat Cheese Recipe
using the Garlic Box’s Horseradish Garlic Jam
Photo and Recipe (modified by us) from the Garlic Box
1. Place the walnuts in a skillet over medium-low heat. Heat until warm and starting to toast, then stir in the horseradish garlic jam. Cook and stir until evenly coated, then remove form the heat and set aside to cool.
2. Place a large helping of baby greens onto each of four salad plates, divide candied walnuts equally and sprinkle over the greens. Place equal amounts of beets over the greens and top with dabs of goat cheese. Drizzle each plate with Mango Balsamic Vinegar.
Brianna’s Ginger Mandarin Dressing would be a nice substitute for the Balsamic Vinegar.
3 Angry Cat’s Barbecue Sauces
Shake things up with boozy barbecue sauces this season!
We can’t say enough about 3 Angry Cat’s jams, jellies, hot sauce and especially their barbecue sauces. They offer unique blends of fruit and liquor that will give you an especially flavourful tasting experience to surprise and delight your taste buds.
At Herma’s find…
Alley Cat BBQ Sauce with Jerk & Rum – Smokey Apple and Stout BBQ Sauce – Whiskey & Maple BBQ Sauce – Stray Cat BBQ Sauce with Blueberry and Vodka – Spicy BBQ Sauce with Bourbon & Maple – Black Cat BBQ Sauce with Black Garlic & Maple Syrup
Use these tools to prepare them with ease.
Govino Glasses for Outdoor Dining
Shatterproof – Reusable – Recyclable
At Herma’s find…
Whiskey Glasses – Wine Glasses – Flutes – Beer Glasses
Gourmet du Village Seasoning Packets with Recipes
Gourmet du Village provides all-natural artisan blends from their village of Morin Heights, just north of Montreal. Herma carries over 50 types of these perfect blends with easy-to-follow recipes included.
Herma’s Cheese Shop
We have an amazing selection of cheeses in our coolers that will look lovely on a cheese board for outdoor dining and snacking.
Cheeses we expect to arrive by this weekend are those perfect for Raclette and Fondue entertaining. These culinary past times are often considered winter-time enjoyment, however we believe they’d be especially festive and fun outdoors on warm summer nights. Find all that you need at Herma’s for summertime fun!
Moliterno aux Truffles
This gorgeous pecorino-style sheep’s cheese in the shape of a large basket has delicate dark veins which are actually large streaks of black truffles. This truffle sheep’s cheese with PGI designation hails from Potenza in southern Italy and is produced using centuries old methods.
What makes this truffle cheese striking is that the truffles are added during the ripening of the cheese rather than at the beginning of its production (which is common with most truffle cheeses).
Consider pairing with dry white wine, or to heck with it all, why not Champagne?
Have a fantastic weekend. We look forward to seeing you in coming days.
Be well and stay safe.
Herma’s Fine Foods and Gifts