Pennsylvania Sausage and So Much More
When S. Clyde Weaver was first founded, meats were our specialty. Today, we still specialize in making meats that you’ll happily serve your family and guests.
One of our sausage bestsellers includes bratwurst. The Lancaster County region of Pennsylvania was first settled by people who had a rich German heritage. They brought their unique skill for making sausages, including bratwurst. We’re pleased to say that our bratwurst is made of all pork and has hints of coriander to bring out its succulence. As a milder sausage, bratwurst is great for eating any time of day and tends to please everyone.
Similarly, our kielbasi also has European roots. With a recipe that echoes old-world Poland, the kielbasi comes to you fully cooked and smoked to perfection. Feel free to slice it to eat immediately with our smoked cheese and PA Dutch country wheat crackers, or grill it for your next sandwich or salad.
Certainly, our fresh country sausage is always going to be a hit. Again, it’s made from pork with just salt and pepper for a touch of seasoning. Really, you couldn’t ask for a more versatile type of sausage. In fact, you may end up adding country sausage to some of your go-to dishes. Lancaster County sausage can make even old favorites seem new again.
Grab Some Lancaster County Country Scrapple for a Morning Treat
Many people who hail from the southeastern part of Pennsylvania are familiar with scrapple, which is a mixture of pork, spices and grains blended and cooked to form a solid brick. Serve S. Clyde Weaver’s signature scrapple by pan-frying half-inch-thick slabs. Many people like to top their scrapple with our sweet apple butter or real maple syrup for even more delicious tastes.
Scrapple pairs nicely with eggs, smoked bacon and other traditional breakfast items. You may also want to include it as part of your next brunch buffet as a tribute to tasty, hearty and genuine Lancaster County, PA, cooking.