Deep intense sweet onions caramelized with an aged balsamic to a smooth silky consistency. Starts delightfully tangy and finishes rich and sweet. Pairs with sharp cheeses, grilled vegetables, polenta and sandwiches.
Eat This Yum is family-owned and operated in beautiful Bucks County, Erwinna, PA. Their focus is on all-natural, sustainable, locally-produced jams, marmalades.
At Eat This Yum we believe that using simple wholesome ingredients is the key to producing quality products. Everything is made from scratch with no artificial ingredients or preservatives.
Whether you’re a fan of preserves, marmalades or jams, you’ll discover Eat This Yum products that bring with them flavorful offerings created by using “thoughtfully sourced” ingredients and organic sugar.
Our ever-evolving product selections are dependent upon the variety and abundance of seasonal, all-natural, no-spray harvests. Our product is in glass jars that are recyclable.
ABOUT THE MAKER In 2011, Eat This Yum was founded by Gino De Schrijver, who started offering the inaugural products in the form of jams and marmalades. Wanting to turn the initially smaller operation into a larger one, and also wanting to add a charitable aspect, De Schrijver approached the fire company where he volunteers and asked to use the kitchen at the firehouse as the main production hub. In return, he would donate 5% of the sale proceeds back to the firehouse. From that point forward, production increased, as did the wide array of products created. Recently, Eat This Yum made even more advancements, specifically in the form of launching new product packaging, including colorful labels and jars, providing easier accessibility to the products within.
BROCCOLINI ITALIAN SAUSAGE WITH EAT THIS YUM BALSAMIC CARAMELIZED ONION
A quick and easy side dish or dinner (serves 2 or side dish for 4-6)
2 Italian sausage links
1 bunch of broccolini
1 jar of Balsamic Caramelized Onions
1 tbs olive oil
2 cloves of crushed garlic
1/2 small onion diced
salt and pepper to taste
In a large pot bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Remove end of stems from broccolini. When the water comes to a full boil, add the broccolini, return to a boil, and cook over high heat for 2 minutes, until the stalks are crisp tender. Drain and immediately immerse the broccolini in a large bowl filled with ice water to stop the cooking. Drain in a colander and set aside. Roughly chop when cooled
Heat oil in large skillet and cook links of Italian sausage until done
Slice Italian sausage in 1/2 rounds.
Remove links from skillet, drain off most of the fat and sautee onion and garlic until translucent
Add broccolini and sausage to onions and garlic and toss until all ingredients are warm
Add a few tablespoons of Balsamic Caramelized Onions and toss into mixture