Lancaster Newspapers / June 14, 2015 Here are two recipes that showcase local springtime produce while its still fresh and plentiful. The first is a receipe that many have asked for: the winning recipe from the Best Rhubarb Dessert contest, held during last month's Rhubarb Festival at Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse.
Lancaster Newspapers / May 17, 2015 Hundreds of rhubarb lovers flocked to Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse Saturday for the second and last day of the 32nd annual Rhubarb Festival, and there are takaways from the event.
Lancaster Newspapers / May 13, 2015 Rhubarb is now available for the many dishes food specialist, Kirstine Grego, likes to cook. The vegetable makes its appearance just in time for Kitchen Kettle Village, the complex of food, craft and plant stores in Intercourse, to present its annual Rhubarb Festival Friday and Saturday.
Lancaster Newspapers / April 27, 2015 Will a 7-foot-tall gingerbread man get a business attention in a crowded market? A wide range of local companies, including nonprofits and sports teams, have mascots.
Lancaster Newspapers / April 23, 2015 "So far, so good," said Carrie Gudikunst, manager of the Waltz Vineyards location at Kitchen Kettle Village. "We've gotten a lot of positive feedback from visitors. Everyone's very impressed. It's gorgeous."
Lancaster Newspapers / April 7, 2015 Kitchen Kettle Village was at a crossroads, trying to find a way to get more of its visitors to go to shops on the south side of its property.
Lancaster County Magazine / March 2015 Like any good makeover, the one Waltz Vineyards is set to unveil at Kitchen Kettle Village this spring involves brushes, color and lots of inspiration.
Huffington Post / re-published March 2015 Homemade Pepper Jam, the "caviar of Lancaster County," is made in old-fashioned kettles in the Jam & Relish Kitchen at Kitchen Kettle Village.
Lancaster Newspapers / December 17, 2014 Whether you have some last-minute gifts to find or just want to take the family out to catch the spirit of the season, you might want to check out Kitchen Kettle Village this weekend.
Lancaster Newspapers / September 10, 2014 Jan and Kim Waltz have had a busy summer. They’ve hosted events, won awards and even begun designing a new store location.
Lancaster Newspapers / July 29, 2014 The name Kitchen Kettle Village quickly brings to mind thoughts of a few Lancaster County favorites — jams, jellies and relishes.
Lancaster Newspapers / July 27, 2014 Pat Burnley's success is an example of being in the right place at the right time.
Richmond Family Magazine / November 2011 Go Pennsylvania Dutch with the family this year!
PA Dutch Country blog / April 3, 2010 I was able to take the boys over to Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse yesterday morning for Yummie’s Annual Giant Easter Egg Hunt. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, “Isn’t Yummie that 6 foot tall anthropomorphic Gingerbread Man that regularly strolls down Pepper Lane? Bingo.
Roadtrips for Foodies blog / April 3, 2010 A much-maligned herbaceous perennial plant, rhubarb is right there on center stage at the annual Lancaster County Rhubarb Festival, which takes place May 21 and 22, 2010, at Kitchen Kettle Village, 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, Pennsylvania. For the 27th year, follow your nose to the kettles bubbling with sweet rhubarb jam, not to mention homemade rhubarb foods including rhubarb dips, sauces, pies and drinks.
Lancaster Sunday News / Jan 17, 2010 Pat Burnley will never retire. "I enjoy my work and my life," she said. She writes letters to her grandchildren so someday "they can have something to look back on and see how things were." Burnley, 81, is also the co-founder of Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse. What started with little more than a few jars of jam in 1954 has grown to be one of Lancaster's most popular tourist destinations. The village employs about 300 people and gets 850,000 to 1 million visitors a year.
Lancaster New Era / November 18, 2009 Move over ketchup, mustard has taken over as one of the more popular condiments and has the varieties to prove it. Ranging from sweet to hot, from coarse to creamy, mustards are dressing up everything from appetizers to main courses today. Mustards with a flavor and robust texture (and striking appearance), made of whole mustard seeds, are perfect for recipes or can also be an exhilarating experience on their own.