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Condiments & Sauces

Condiments & Sauces

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  1. Relish Quick View


    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
  2. Date Syrup Quick View

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    Date Syrup

    All dates, all the time! The only ingredient in this rich date syrup is 100% organic dates. The sweet flavor and thick texture are reminiscent of molasses or honey, but with the complex, earthy fruitiness that only dates can bring. Read More
  3. Sriracha Chili Sauce Quick View

    Sriracha Chili Sauce

    Move over, rooster: there's a new sriracha in town. Handmade in small batches, JoJo's Sriracha Chili Sauce is an elevated chili sauce: spicy, garlicky, tangy, a little sweet, with incredible depth of flavor. Twist off the top, take a whiff, and imagine all the ways to incorporate it into every meal: dolloped on eggs, slathered on a sandwich or burger, as a rub for grilled meats...Jolene "JoJo" Collins, the woman behind the jar, even eats it on vanilla ice cream! Made with only 5 ingredients (organic peppers, vinegar, palm sugar, garlic, and sea salt), this is the stuff sriracha dreams are made of. Read More
  4. Omnivore Salt Quick View

    Omnivore Salt

    Chef secret: season everything. Even better: season with Omnivore Salt. A bag of Omnivore Salt is full of sea salt harvested from salt beds off the coast of Northern California, plus a secret and genius blend of organic spices. Salt Man Angelo Garro hails from Siracusa, on the Sicilian coast. He grew up cooking, pickling, foraging, and he took all this culinary soul with him to San Francisco. We have Angelo’s grandmother to thank for the Omnivore Salt recipe, which has the magic property of making nearly everything you cook taste better. Use this baby as a rub on meat and fish, sprinkle on veggies, soups, eggs and salads. 6 oz. Read More
  5. Boat Street Pickles Quick View

    Boat Street Pickles

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  6. Nonna's Sauces Quick View

    Nonna's Sauces

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    Made with 100% local New Jersey tomatoes in Long Island City, Nonna's sauces are inspired by the sauces of Calabria, Italy's most southern region. Read More
  7. BBQ Sauce Quick View

    BBQ Sauce

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  8. Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Butter Quick View

    Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Butter

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    Big Spoon! You’re gonna need one after you get a taste of these small-batch nut butters from Durham, NC. Read More
  9. Three Little Figs Jams Quick View

    Three Little Figs Jams


    Three Little Figs Balsamic Fig Jam

    Three Little Figs founder Liz left her globe-trotting fashion stylist life to make jam. She moved to her hometown, Portland, and basked in the delicious, inventive local foods that were everywhere. But she noticed a sad lack of local condiments to help make cheese and meat sing. So she created Three Little Pigs, her own small-batch jam with local, organic ingredients and big flavor.

    This is Liz’s original creation, and it’s a classic. Fresh local figs, aged balsamic, and a hint of rosemary are awesome as a glaze on salmon or pork. And it’s a no-brainer with cheeses galore—fresh goats, pillowy bloomy rinds, cheddars, blues…you can’t possibly go wrong. (Go ahead, try to mess it up.)

    Three Little Figs Puddletown Pub Chutney

    Old (the age old art of preserving) meets new (modern, awesome flavor). Three Little Figs of Portland, Oregon slow-simmer crisp apples and onions in espresso stout with cider vinegar, brown sugar, molasses, mustard seeds and currants. Autumn in a jar. Nibble with cheddar cheese and brats on a rainy day; smear on a grilled cheese or a roast beef sammy.

    Three Little Figs French Onion Confit

    The slower Walla Walla onions get cooked down ‘til melty and sweet, the better. So the Three Little Figs folks in Portland cook low and slow, with wine, fragrant herbs and a glug of cognac. Spread on a gruyere grilled cheese, or serve beside Olympia sausages. A friend to picnics everywhere.

    9.25 oz. Read More

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