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  1. Murray's Granola Quick View

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    Murray's Granola

    $4.99/EA
    We toast all our ingredients to create this most nutty tasting granola. Brazil nuts and muscovado sugar add an extra rustic & hearty accent. Lightly sweetened, it's great with or without milk. Ingredients: Pure Maple Syrup, Sunflower Oil, Warm Water, Muscovado Sugar, Salt, Jumbo Oats, Whole Almonds, Brazil Nuts Read More
  2. Dried Evia Figs Quick View

    Dried Evia Figs

    $9.99/EA
    The northernmost part of the Greek Island of Evia is famed for its succulent, sweet figs. During the August fig harvest, these gems are handpicked and carefully dried in the Mediterranean sun. The heat coaxes out a smooth texture, a gorgeous blonde color and a heady honey-caramel aroma. Incredible served with cheese and charcuterie, chopped into salads, or eat them on their own and be transported to the sun-drenched groves of the Greek Isles. [Sulfate and additive free; USDA Organic. ] Read More
  3. Sykomaida Fig Roll Quick View

    Sykomaida Fig Roll

    $8.99/EA
    In the small village of Orei, in the Greek island Evia, wildly juicy figs are plucked by hand in July and August, and slowly dried in the sun. Then they're mixed with walnuts, honey and wine, by hand in small batches in the USA, to create this Sykomaida. A wonderful friend to cheese; way better than any protein bar. [Sulfate and additive free] Read More
  4. Firehook Crackers Quick View

    Firehook Crackers

    $8.99/EA
    The first American crackers are said to have been invented in 1792 when Theodore Pearson of Newburyport, Massachusetts made a bread product from just flour and water that he called Pearson's Pilot Bread. It was an immediate success with sailors because of its shelf life. This was the first cracker bakery in the United States, and produced crackers for more than a century. These crackers do not contain preservatives or artificial ingredients and have a shorter shelf life than many other crackers. For this reason Firehook makes each batch of crackers after their order has been received to ensure freshness. Read More
  5. Dried Blenheim Apricots (6 oz) Quick View

    Dried Blenheim Apricots (6 oz)

    $9.99/EA
    In danger of disappearing just a few short years ago, America's own Blenheim is having a long-overdue resurgence. Harvested at the height of summer ripeness, they're honey-sweet and wonderfully versatile. Read More
  6. Chocolat Moderne Chocolates Quick View

    Chocolat Moderne Chocolates

    $8.99/EA
    If one bon bon makes you happy, this bar, will turn you giddy. It looks like an ordinary chocolate bar, but hidden in each square is a hand piped filling of praline, caramel or ganache coated in dark chocolate. Think of it as a moderne way to ration your chocolate intake, though it'll be hard to stick to the regimen. All handmade in Manhattan weekly so the flavors are extra bright. Read More
  7. Sir Kensington's Special Sauce Quick View

    Sir Kensington's Special Sauce

    $9.99/EA
    Think French remoulade, with a touch of paprika, a dash of mustard, and the crunch of pickles. A flavor bomb made with cage-free eggs and farmstand ingredients. Your secret to hamburger happiness, or use as a dip for cold shrimp or steamed artichokes, a sandwich spread, and a tuna salad perker-upper. Read More
  8. Oak Honey Quick View

    Oak Honey

    $7.99/EA
    Coming soon... Read More
  9. Murray's Preserves Quick View

    Murray's Preserves

    $8.99/EA
    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

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