We at the Royle Beef Company are passionate about beef and have pledged to work in a way which honors our animals, our customers, and the earth. Our beef begins with superior genetics from local stock with national acclaim. Every stage of production from conception through harvest is facilitated by us. Our farm to your table! All of our cattle are certified "natural" from birth and never receive antibiotics
or growth hormones (ABF-Antibiotic Free). We sell by the half and whole steer, or if you want to try before you buy, you can come visit our store the first Saturday of the month or call for an appointment. We live at the farm! We are locatd at 270 Locust St, Valley View, PA. You can also call 717-943-7947 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We also have delivery available. Check us out on Facebook for our monthly specials or our website.
Vituperio provides hands-on baking classes. Javi, the head baker, teaches the art of croissants, sourdough, pasta, pizza, pretzels, babka, etc. When booking a class at Viuperio be ready to learn, get your hands dirty and be part of her baking community.
are for all baking levels, no experience is required. Also, classes are BYOB.
At Vituperio we can also customize the workshop for a private event, corporate activity, or for your friends & family! All ingredients and materials are included + snacks + food. See you soon! _________________
Javi is a professional bread baker who studied at the renowned International Culinary Center in New York. She opened Vituperio, with the goal of creating a place to learn about bread and to teach home bakers how to confidently make artisan breads.
You might be wondering... why the name of the Studio?
Javi is originally from Chile, and back in her home country Vituperio means "and informal gathering with friends sharing food and drinks" and that is the essence of the Studio!
She has been featured on ABC, Huffpost, Visit PA among others.
We grow our own apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, and a small variety of vegetables. What we don't grow here on our farm we get from local farmer's when in season. We have our own apple and peach butters, ketchup, salsa, and spaghetti
sauce. We also press our own apple cider. We carry a variety of locally made products, for example honey, beef jerky, jarred items, baked goods, and much more. We make beautiful fruit and vegetable baskets to order and bake fresh pies on the premises. So stop on by to say hi and support your local farmers