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  1. Smokra Quick View

    Rick's Picks
    Smokra

    $14.99/EA
    As though okra's not kinda wacky to begin with...the folks at Rick's have pickled it and added smoked paprika, cayenne powder and just a dash of curry. Read More
  2. Phat Beets Quick View

    Rick's Picks
    Phat Beets

    $13.99/EA
    Rick's Picks Phat Beet will change your mind about pickled beets. Gone are the flippy-floppy candy-sweet slabs. Here to stay are the aromatic, tangy, savory pink-purple gems. Can't beet that. Read More
  3. McCauley's Relish Quick View

    McCauley's Relish

    $16.99/EA
    Relish is a family affair for the McCauleys, whose love of fresh peppers spans generations. Their first batch sold out in two hours at the annual festival! Every batch is hand chopped, roasted and jarred in Northern Virginia. This is relish to be relished by all! Read More
  4. White Whale Bitters Quick View

    White Whale Bitters

    $15.99/EA
    Made by Corey and Dave in Durham, NC, these bold mixers are created with love, exotic juices and garden-fresh herbs. It’s really quite simple—there’s no need to set sail for the high seas every time you want an outstanding cocktail. The search is over: your white whale is right here in this bottle. Read More
  5. Mike's Hot Honey Quick View

    Mike's Hot Honey

    $13.99/EA
    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
  6. Farcellets Quick View

    Farcellets

    $10.99/EA
    Farce-what? While you might be tempted, please don’t smoke these little bundles of herbs. More on par with a bouquet garnis than other herbs you might come across in the Village, you use this tightly wrapped package to add flavor and depth to sauces, soups and or brines. Read More
  7. Chestnut Honey Quick View

    Chestnut Honey

    $12.99/EA
    Hey honey, you'd be smart to check out this one of a kind Italian variety. In cooperatively run apiaries bee-keepers collect this money using combs and traditional centrifuges. The chestnuts add a rich, assertive flavor that leaves a pleasant touch of bitterness on the tongue. Go with this one when looking for a more muscular honey. Read More
  8. Gordy's Pickles Quick View

    Gordy's Pickles

    $15.99/EA
    We’re suckers for these crispy, brine-y, vibrant pickles. These babies are packed by hand every day by Sheila Fain and Sarah Gordon, who put in 15-hour days, and do everything to ensure a great product: from slicing to canning to taping up boxes. No detail is ignored—spice to dice—and the proof is in the pickle. Try: Thai Jalapeno and Sweet Chips Read More
  9. Raincoast Crisps Quick View

    Raincoast Crisps

    $10.99/EA
    A cracker that can hold its own; that’s what we asked for and that’s what we got. Made by Leslie Stowe in Vancouver, Canada, these hearty, sturdy crisps are baked in small batches, with so much goodness, we can’t keep our favorite cheeses and dips away from them. Read More

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