Well Dressed Recipes

Once in a while, it is great to stumble on nice website which the owner has taken a lot of time to work on it. The Well Dressed Food Company is one such site which meet this criteria.

Therefore, I have much pleasure to share the link with readers of Best Recipes. It is started by David Tomberlin who is the founder of Well Dressed Food. According to him, it is his lifelong love of great foods and entertaining that got him to start the site. He recently launched their initial product line, which is made from fresh, locally-produced ingredients, includes Adirondack Crunchy Granola, collections of spiced nuts and specialty honeys and Great Camp Classics, an assortment of unique apple butters and fruit conserves crafted in the tradition of the turn-of-the-century Adirondack great camps.

You can surf over and take a look at some of the ingredients and also recipes that look very exquisite to me. The chocolate mascarpone tart with berries look absolutely yummy and heavenly and you can get the recipe in .pdf format from Well Dressed Food site. Go on, take a look!

I will also like to help David share his news release over here :

NEWS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: David C. Tomberlin
The Well Dressed Food Company
PO Box 1207 • Tupper Lake, NY 12986
Telephone 866-567-0845
davidt@welldressedfood.com
www.welldressedfood.com

Well Dressed Food Launches Specialty Food Business and
Introduces Adirondack-Themed Foods to Rave Reviews

Most Successful New Exhibitor at Adirondack North Country Association 2007 Buyer Days

TUPPER LAKE, NEW YORK – David C. Tomberlin, founder of he Well Dressed Food Company, launched his Adirondack-themed specialty food business at the Adirondack North Country Association 2007 Buyer Days in Saratoga Springs, New York on April 4-5, 2007. The initial product line, which is made from fresh, locally-produced ingredients, includes Adirondack Crunchy Granola, collections of spiced nuts and specialty honeys and Great Camp Classics, an assortment of unique apple butters and fruit conserves crafted in the tradition of the turn-of-the-century Adirondack great camps. Additional products are currently in development.
Nadia Korths, Crafts Programs Coordinator for the Adirondack North Country Association, said Well Dressed Food’s exceptional products and packaging make it a “company to watch.” According to Korths, “Their professionally designed marketing materials were eye-catching and well designed, and their packaging is designed with the shop owner in mind. Well Dressed Food was our most successful new exhibitor in terms of orders written at the show.”
Other exhibitors were equally enthusiastic about Well Dressed Food’s focus on quality and consumer satisfaction. Beverly Reedy, chef, author and owner of Beverly’s Specialty Foods in Saratoga Springs, New York, said, “Well Dressed Food has creatively combined the best North Country ingredients into unique products that are just wonderful. The conserves and honeys are delicious on so many things, and the entire product line makes it easy to entertain in true Adirondack style.”
A member of the Pride of New York Program, Tomberlin is encouraged by the potential of Well Dressed Food to highlight this unique area of the country and support the economies of rural communities in New York State. According to Tomberlin, “Fresh, sustainable ingredients from quality producers are key to creating exciting products people enjoy eating and serving to their guests. This area is a hidden culinary treasure and offers tremendous inspiration.” In addition to the website, Well Dressed Food products are available through specialty food outlets and gift shops in upstate New York. Plans are underway to introduce these products to specialty food outlets across the country.
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1 thought on “Well Dressed Recipes

    Rebecca Leonard

    (June 24, 2007 - 1:18 am)

    Thank you for this! I have added The Well Dressed Food Company to my blog favorites. My son and I just penned a children’s Adirondack Book, “Adirondack Nightmare: A Spooky Tale in the North Country” and it has three original Adirondack recipes in it. Kudos to The Well Dressed Food Company.

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