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  1. Murray's Honey Quick View

    Murray's Honey

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  2. Mike's Hot Honey Quick View

    Mike's Hot Honey

    Mike’s Hot Honey is a chili pepper-infused honey made in Brooklyn, NY.  Hot Honey is a scintillating addition to any number of dishes in need of a little sweet heat, including pizza, chicken, ribs, biscuits, roasted vegetables, fruits, cheeses and even ice cream.  Also useful in cocktails and marinades, Mike’s Hot Honey is a versatile condiment made with the heat lover in mind. Read More
  3. TruBee Honey Quick View

    TruBee Honey

    TruBee honeys capture the varied flavors of the American South. Instead of confining bees to a single-source diet, they encourage a more “free-range” lifestyle, meaning they forage fruit blossoms and black locust in the spring and wildflowers and herbs in the summer. Read More
  4. Murray's Preserves for Cheese Quick View

    Murray's Preserves for Cheese

    Murray's Special Edition Preserves for Cheese are made specifically for pairing with our favorite cheeses. And they're the real deal: made with real fruit, real spices, and real sugar, these preserves don't have any nasty fillers, preservatives, or ingredients you can't pronounce. Read More
  5. Bees Knees Spicy Honey Quick View

    Bees Knees Spicy Honey

    Sugar and spice and total brilliance is in this bottle of chili-infused raw honey, hand-made in Brooklyn from the elixirs of independent beekeepers in New York’s Hudson Valley. Drizzle over fresh ricotta and vanilla ice cream; slather on toasted bread or corn muffins; make a killer hot toddy. Read More
  6. Westwind Smoky Tomato Jam Quick View

    Westwind Smoky Tomato Jam

    Westwind, a postcard-pretty orchard in the shadows of the Catskills in New York’s Hudson Valley, has been growing organic apples since the 1930’s. In 2009, Fabio the farmer realized his dream, purchased the property, and started growing pears, berries, tomatoes and more alongside the prized apple trees. The world is tastier since, and this “marmellata di pomodoro affumicato” is ample proof. It’s crafted from Westwind’s own organic heirloom tomatoes, apples, sugar, lemon juice, kosher smoky salt, sweet paprika, black pepper and hot chili flakes, then cooked for hours to develop deep, intense flavors of roasty tomato, sunshine, and smoke. Slather on a grilled cheese sandwich, use as the T in a BLT, whisk into vinaigrette, or spread inside a crepe or atop a tart. Read More
  7. Westwind Raw Honey Quick View

    Westwind Raw Honey

    The folks at Westwind Orchard, in the shadows of the Catskills in New York’s Hudson Valley, fell in love with bees—and the sweet fruits of their labor—circa 2008. Since then, their orchard has been home to Italian and Russian bee colonies—pretty impressive bee lineages. Commercial apiaries often clip the wings of the queens, thus curbing their ability to swarm. Westwind lets their bees swarm free. The beekeepers leave plenty of honey for their colonies to feast upon (the bees also forage on a smorgasbord of organic buckwheat, yellow mustard, and peas). The rest of the honey gets collected and sold, because we—and you—are the luckiest. It even won a 2015 Good Food Award. The raw, unprocessed nectar is redolent of fresh flowers and carmelized sugar. Drizzle on ricotta or yogurt; glaze veggies, ham, or chicken wings. Or serve with fresh chevre or punchy blue cheese. We’re beelievers. Read More
  8. Side Hill Farm Preserves Quick View

    Side Hill Farm Preserves

    Sidehill Farm takes pride in preserving the taste of height-of-season fruit in its jams and fruit butters using the same methods that have been used for centuries and passed along from one generation to the next. Read More
  9. Pepper Jelly Quick View

    Preservation Society
    Pepper Jelly

    Sugar and spice and everything nice--that’s what this jelly is made of. Read More

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