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    Share the Love with Chef Josh Fidler on Valentine’s Day

    Treat your honey to a tempting six-course Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu at Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery. What better holiday than the one that falls on Feb. 14 for chef-owner Josh Fidler to show his love for cooking and his guests?

    We’re normally closed on Tuesday, but we can’t resist setting the table on the sweetest day of the year. Let Chef Josh tickle your fancy with his Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu:

    • Amuse-bouche with date, goat cheese, balsamic and speck.

    • Oyster three ways: raw, fried and poached.

    • Butter-poached lobster salad with brioche, frisee, celery and hollandaise.

    • Your choice of entree: Steak au poivre filet with Yukon gold puree, sherry cream and Brussels sprouts; or Arctic char with cauliflower puree, braised kale, and fruit and nuts.

    • Foie gras with apple butter, pistachio and maple.

    • Your choice of dessert: crème brûlée or chocolate mousse.

    Our intimate restaurant has just 40 seats! We recommend that you make reservations early to secure your place between 6 and 8 p.m. It’s just $75 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Remember to BYOB. Need suggestions? Here are six of Chef Josh’s favorites.

    Chef Josh and the restaurant have been getting rave reviews for creative cuisine, comfortable ambience and a welcome-back-we-missed-you vibe. We’re proud to be a go-to for Gettysburg visitors, but we’re worth the drive to get a taste of authentic Adams County (if we do say so ourselves).

    Ready to grab your Valentine’s Day resos? The best way is to call us at (717) 677-7014. You can also use this form and specify that you’re booking for Valentine’s Day.

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, located just outside of historic Gettysburg in the heart of Adams County, in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, was founded as a labor of love by chef and owner Josh Fidler. We are dedicated to providing the best in upscale rustic cuisine, drawing influence from the vast local farmland that surrounds us. We love to cook and cook the things we love. Come experience our farm-sourced fare in a BYOB setting—available for lunchsupper and weekend brunch, or book a private chef’s tasting.

    Nina Malone

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    In the News: Fidler & Co. Is Making Headlines

    It’s no surprise that we get a sense of satisfaction deep into our core when we wrap a busy day serving our customers. Just as satisfying? Getting props for our cuisine!

    We’re grateful to have been included in the following. Take a peek, then make a plan to visit us at Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery.

    The good folks at PennLive enjoyed our “unpretentious, multi-nuanced and tasty dishes”—and we enjoyed their visit.

    Our friends at Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) stopped by and remarked on our creative dishes made with local ingredients.

    We’re always tickled to get a nod from Cider Culture, especially for our sponsorship of the first PA Cider Fest.

    Cheers to Susquehanna Style magazine for including us—again—as a Silver Spoon award winner. This year, they deemed our craft kitchen “an inventive culinary experience.”

    Thanks to Interesting Pennsylvania and Beyond for tagging us as a great post-sightseeing brunch spot.

    It was all delicious business when Pennsylvania Meeting + Events chose us as a Where to Eat and honored us by saying, “if you close your eyes and taste the food, you might as well be in a top city restaurant.”

    We dug Celebrate Gettysburg’s in-depth coverage of our participation in Beech Springs Farm’s Farm-to-Table Dinner Series and chef-owner Josh Fidler’s outside-the-box courses like Pork & Kimchi Brats on potato rolls and chamber vacuum-sealed Compressed Watermelon.

    Chef Josh also busted out his mouthwatering Mexican Grilled Corn during PA Produce Month and shared his farm-to-table veggie-centric goodness with the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing & Research Program.

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, located just outside of historic Gettysburg in the heart of Adams County, in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, was founded as a labor of love by chef and owner Josh Fidler. We are dedicated to providing the best in upscale rustic cuisine, drawing influence from the vast local farmland that surrounds us. We love to cook and cook the things we love. Come experience our farm-sourced fare in a BYOB setting—available for lunchsupper and weekend brunch—and delight your senses in our imaginative chef’s tasting.

    Nina Malone

    Photo: Alexandra Whitney

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    Top 4 Holiday Dinner Tips from Chef Josh

    The weather outside may or may not be frightful, but there’s no reason your holiday shouldn’t be downright delightful. You nabbed hosting one of the biggest meals of the year and perhaps you’re a tad nervous about pulling it off. Or, you’re completely stoked to show off your culinary skills, but could use a little moral support.

    Josh Fidler to the rescue.

    As our chef-owner, Josh knows a thing or two about feeding the hungry masses. Whether you expect Cousin Sally to be all judgy, want to show off for Mom or are a first-time host, Josh has you covered.

    “The holidays can be a joyous and wonderful time of the year to get together and share time with the family,” Josh said. “It can also be really stressful without proper planning. Here are a few chef secrets to make your holiday entertaining a breeze.”

    1. Stop with the stressing already!

    This is the easiest way to ruin a great time. In commercial kitchens, we deal with stress all day every day and the only way we make it through is by keeping a calm head, making lists, checking those lists over and over, and prepping until every detail is nailed down tightly. Keeping a cool, calm head and making sure to prep ahead of time is going to make your “holiday service” smooth and enjoyable for everyone (that means you, too!).

    2. Plan and prep.

    In order achieve rule #1, it’s imperative that you think like a chef in a commercial kitchen. This means prepping everything you can ahead of time. Make a list of all of the dishes you want to prepare and then make a list of all the ingredients you will need. This will also help you to save time and money when shopping, and eliminate waste. Once you finalize your menu, make sure to start a few days ahead and make anything that can be reheated on the day of the party. Dishes such as stuffing, mac and cheese, and many other side dishes only get better after sitting a few days, so don’t be scared to make your sides in advance. In restaurants, about 95 percent of what you’re getting on your plate has been prepared in advance. This is the only way your beautiful cauliflower puree will make it to your table in a timely manner.

    3. Keep it simple (but don’t be afraid to try something new).

    My favorite thing about holidays is preparing and eating all of the comfort foods that have become traditions. There is a sincerity in cooking these meals. I have all the other days of the year to eat whatever crazy food I want. A perfectly roasted chicken is one of the great wonders of the world. If you have all of your other stuff prepared and the day of all you have to worry about is roasting a chicken—you will nail it. With that being said, don’t be afraid to introduce one new thing into your menu to stay creative and push people’s palates. Try throwing chopped kimchi into your stuffing before baking for a super savory take on a classic.

    4. Sweat the details.

    Ok, there is some anxiety involved in a big holiday meal, but if you sweat the details during planning, there will be no surprises when it comes time to impress your guests, Have you bought wine that will pair well with what you are eating? Do you have enough seats? Do you have enough place settings? When menu planning, keep an eye to the details and make sure that everything is in place. This eliminates any unforeseen problems and allows you to enjoy a glass of wine as you sit back and relax at your own holiday feast.

    A final word: “Food is love, and I’m convinced that there is no greater joy than sharing a well-prepared meal with friends and family—or, in my case, complete strangers,” Josh added. “By simply being diligent in your planning, you’ll practically guarantee a great experience for everyone. A few of my favorite resources for recipes and menu planning are: Serious Eats and ChefSteps."

    We at Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery wish you and yours a food- and drink-filled, happy and healthy holiday season. Cheers from our kitchen to yours!

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, located just outside of historic Gettysburg in the heart of Adams County, in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, was founded as a labor of love by chef and owner Josh Fidler. We are dedicated to providing the best in upscale rustic cuisine, drawing influence from the vast local farmland that surrounds us. We love to cook and cook the things we love. Come experience our farm-sourced fare in a BYOB setting—available for lunchsupper and weekend brunch—and delight your senses in our imaginative chef’s tasting.

    Nina Malone

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    Rule Holiday Gift Giving with Gourmet Baskets to Go—and More

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen and Grocery fans—and future fans!—will love getting the gift of the best of Gettysburg this holiday season. How, you might ask? We make it easy and tasty with our Gourmet Baskets to Go.

    Our area is filled with artisans and purveyors who give the same attention to detail to their products as we do to our cuisine in our craft kitchen and grocery. Fidler & Co.’s signature upscale rustic vibe makes our Gourmet Baskets to Go a perfect match for your foodie friends, a gracious hostess and your hard-working staffers plus all the people who take care of you all year long (think hairdresser or barber, accountant, massage therapist, dentist … you know whom we mean!).

    In fact, who wouldn’t enjoy the best of the greater Gettysburg area? Our Gourmet Baskets to Go are stuffed with a daily selection of local artisan cheeses (like favorites from The Farm at Doe Run), fine charcuterie, crackers, Adams County fruit, olives, whole-grain mustard, assorted house-made pickles and our beer and bacon jam.

    Pro tip: Bring one (or more!) with you when visiting local treasures like cideries, breweries, vineyards and other food- and drink-centric venues. ’Tis the season to treat yourself, too.

    Our Gourmet Baskets to Go start at $24. We always have a few ready to roll, but call-ahead requests are greatly appreciated. Chef-owner Josh Fidler is ready to make you the gift-giving hero this holiday season.

    Interested in gifting the best of our favorite purveyors? You can grab McDannell’s Fruit Farm and Market jellies, sauces, “kickles” (pickles with a kick) and more, Calicutts Spice Co. spice blends, hand-made pottery by Erica Leigh plus some must-have branded Fidler & Co. swag.

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, located just outside of historic Gettysburg in the heart of Adams County, in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, was founded as a labor of love by chef and owner Josh Fidler. We are dedicated to providing the best in upscale rustic cuisine, drawing influence from the vast local farmland that surrounds us. We love to cook and cook the things we love. Come experience our farm-sourced fare in a BYOB setting—available for lunchsupper and weekend brunch—and delight your senses in our imaginative chef’s tasting.

    Nina Malone

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    Will You Be There New Year's Eve? (Psst—Just 40 Seats, 1 Seating!)

    Did you know our heritage springs from secret supper clubs? We weave that intimate feeling into everything we do at Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, including our Chef’s Tastings.

    News flash: Reservations are open for our seven-course New Year’s Eve Chef’s Tasting; it’s available for just 40 people!

    We’re excited to announce this special dinner to herald in the new year. There will be just one seating for 40 at 6:30 p.m. You’ll enjoy a welcome cocktail, seven amazing courses and a champagne toast for just $75 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Remember to BYOB.

    Chef-owner Josh Fidler will impress your guests with his seasonally inspired cuisine. There will be no other dinner service on Dec. 31, so make your reservations by phone—soon! This cozy dinner will sell out. Reservations may be made by calling (717) 677-7014. Only phone reservations will be accepted.

    We look forwarding to ringing in the new year with 40 Fidler & Co. friends!

    Fidler & Co. Craft Kitchen & Grocery, located just outside of historic Gettysburg in the heart of Adams County, in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, was founded as a labor of love by chef and owner Josh Fidler. We are dedicated to providing the best in upscale rustic cuisine, drawing influence from the vast local farmland that surrounds us. We love to cook and cook the things we love. Come experience our farm-sourced fare in a BYOB setting—available for lunchsupper and weekend brunch—and delight your senses in our imaginative chef’s tasting.

    Nina Malone

    Photo: Alexandra Whitney