With a large family rich in Penn State football history, Ginger Suhey was delighted to offer her peppers to the throngs of hungry people gathering around the home for football tailgates. The peppers were such a hit that Ginger and son Larry expanded their production from Ginger’s small kitchen into her son Paul’s much larger garage.
With the help of many close friends and the family members, pepper making became a festive event with the number of jars produced depending on the number of helping hands during production. In order to meet the still growing demand, we have expanded our operation once again and are now very proud to offer you our Suhey peppers, a treasured family tradition!
Here's a link to a feature on Suhey Peppers in State College Magazine with a more detailed history!