Hunter and I dropped in to the House of Webster
epic road trip along US Highway 71 from the Louisiana border to the Missouri State Line. Or rather, we dropped into the showroom - since those legendary products are actually made at a large factory that stands beside this old log cabin.
For a while there during the 1960s, the House of Webster did a lot more than pickles and sweet things - it was also known for electric cast iron stoves. I kid you not! One was even featured on The Price Is Right - and celebrities such as Jim Nabors, Bo Derek, Kenny Rogers and Barbara Mandrel had them in their homes.
Hunter and I stopped in to see about some mustard for Grav and something she could take home for herself. My daughter is all about jellies and jams, and even though Grav usually puts up whatever I harvest each year (usually wild plums and blackberries) it's never enough for her appetite.
Throughout this two-room
Our stop didn't last long, because Hunter found her
If you're interested in visiting the House of Webster, you'll find it at 1013 North 2nd Street in Rogers. It's open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through
And even if you can't stop in, House of Webster has a very complete and inviting website to peruse.