About the Author
Stacy Haddorff manages the Harry & David blog to inspire readers with new recipes, fresh party planning and gift giving ideas. She feels privileged to help share the incredible story of the Harry & David brand. Her home is nearly a mile from Harry & David’s Royal Crest Pear Orchard where she believes one can enjoy the best view of the scenic Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon.
The Author's Personal Social Profiles
Most of us can think of a specific teacher who changed our lives at one point in our school years. A great educator not only inspires students to learn, but also reaches the students’ hearts by teaching from their own. They shape and encourage the hungriest minds while awakening the inner strengths within each individual.
Inside the Harry &... Read More
This Earth Day, millions of people around the globe will pitch in to plant trees; clean up parks, forests and coral reefs; and learn new ways to go green.
The way we see it, every day should be Earth Day. After all, ours is the only known habitable planet within billions of miles. And then there’s the fact that Mother Earth gives us the proper... Read More
Moms do so much, day after day and year after year. They work tirelessly, give generously and love unconditionally. Mother’s Day is a time to honor all that they do and let them know they are appreciated. Being there in person on Mother’s Day is ideal, but sometimes it just doesn’t pan out. No matter how far away you may be, you can still make her... Read More
Today is the cutoff for standard shipping on our Easter gifts. So make sure to order now to ensure that your gifts will arrive in time for Easter.
Here’s a selection of gifts from our collection that will transform any Easter celebration into an occasion to remember.
The Table Rock Turkey and Ham is a savory combination. These spiral-sliced meats... Read More
Ears is a solid chocolate bunny who is nine inches tall and wears a tiny bow tie. He’s one of our favorite Easter traditions, and this year we followed his adventures as he hopped around the Harry & David campus. Things started out well; he visited the flower garden and some of the original pear trees from 1934. The weather was perfect and sunny, and... Read More