YES, WE ARE OPEN FOR SERVING AND SMILING!
(adapted per CDC guidelines of course!)
We are taking Thanksgiving Orders up until
Friday November 20th at Noon
Please It’s “Time to Talk Turkey”….and all your other Thanksgiving Goodies too! In our “Brave New World” of 2020, the SpringHouse is working to keep everyone safe with a few new House Rules this year. We want you to be able to get in and out (or call from your car when you arrive to have it Car Hopped to you) and limit your time mingling with others (kinda sad, isn’t it?) So here’s how things will go…
1. Choose your pick up time on this format. There is no charge. Doing so allows us to keep track of and limit how many folks are shopping at the same time.
2. Call 724-228-3339 to place your order up until Friday, November 20th at noon. Plan to have your credit card handy so we can ring all the orders up the weekend before Thanksgiving and, again, limit your time mingling with others. Take note that Thanksgiving Orders can only be picked up on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 24 & 25. And we will be closing at 6 on Thanksgiving Eve. If you missed the cut-off for orders you are still able to shop in the store, however, we will have to comply with CDC guidelines by limiting the number of people in the store at any one time.
3. On your chosen day, wear your mask and plan to arrive sometime during that half hour time slot. Either come in or call from the parking lot (car hop spots will be marked) for a Car Hop to gather up all your Homemade Thanksgiving Goodies. Thanks for letting us share a little of our farm with you.
** We are currently not taking anymore online orders. If you placed an order online already for Thanksgiving, no worries – we got it!! **
Let us share a little of our farm with you.
Our Own Farm Fresh Milk – Produced by our very own herd of happy cows, The SpringHouse milk comes in Whole Milk, Two Percent, Skim, Heavy Cream, Butter-chunked Buttermilk, and our Famous Rich Chocolate Milk!
Special Events Year Round – Memory Making days of old-fashioned family fun in keeping with the season…Teddy Bear Tea Party, Breakfast with Santa, Easter Egg Hunt, Great Pumpkin Weekend Festivals, and lots more. See yearly calendar for more details.
Delightful Eats for Lunch and Supper – From scratch family-recipe mains dishes and veggie casseroles, hand-peeled mashed potatoes, freshly made salads, and our own desserts will fill you with that “Grandma’s house” comfort feeling!
From Scratch Baked Goodies– Hand Crimped Pies featuring fresh fruit or cooked-on-site fillings inside a Grandma Robison’s-recipe pie crust…mmmm! Pies.. the highlight of The SpringHouse Bakery. Also found throughout the place on old-fashioned stoves and antique showcases are beautiful homemade cupcakes, family-recipe cookies, and lots more.
Scrumptious Salads– Grandma Robison’s potato salad with her cooked dressing started it all for our Salad World. And now our Salad Makers fill a twelve foot salad case every day of the week. Be sure to ask for a taste when you come in!
Ice Cream Concoctions– Cool creamy ice cream in thirty flavors tempts everyone to enjoy an ice cream cone. Or, for a special treat, order a special SpringHouse Ice Cream Concoctions like a Mud Covered Dirtball or Peanut Butter Brownie Thing or any of our creative concoctions. Good stuff!
Charming Catering– Beautiful, bounteous displays of farm-fresh foods and bakery goodies make for a wonderful catered meal by The SpringHouse…so relaxing for the host too!
SpringHouse Smokehouse– Hickory Smoked Hams and Smoked Salmon tantalize your taste buds with a hint of days gone by. Using only real hickory wood (from trees right off the farm), the cured meats smoke long and slow for a truly unique flavor. Smoked Hams available year round, Smoked Salmon at holiday time. Come on in and ask for a taste!
And Lots More!! Come visit and see what else is in store!
How to bake your Hickory Smoked Ham
Remove your SpringHouse Hickory Smoked ham from the stocking in which it was smoked. Place ham in covered roaster with 1 cup water. (If your ham is half ham, place cut side down). Bake in 325 degree over at 25 minutes per pound, until the internal temperature of the ham reaches 200 degrees with a meat thermometer. Save broth after baking for wonderful soup. Enjoy!
We Support Local Businesses
Hillside Goat Dairy (soaps, lotions), Bedillion Honey, Rossell’s Maple (real maple syrup), Kern Farms Eggs, 19 Coffee, Peanut Butter Bones, The Toffee House, Westerwald Pottery, Emerald Valley Artisans (cheese) & more.