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  1. Ethereal Confections Quick View

    Ethereal Confections

    $9.99/EA
    It’s a tale as old as chocolate itself: two girls head out into the world; struggle, start and stop; girl meets boy... girl meets boy’s sister and they fall in love with chocolate making! And sometimes love turns into obsession…Ethereal Confections was launched in 2011 by Mary and Sara Ervin as a result of their shared passion for working with chocolate, a quest for transcendent flavors and years of perfecting the perfect recipe. Read More
  2. A L'Olivier Vinegar Quick View

    A L'Olivier Vinegar

    $19.99/EA
    France’s oldest oil and condiment purveyors (c. 1822) has created a new, fruity line of vinegars. Viscous, vibrantly fresh and pulpy, these special elixirs add a twist to whatever you’re cooking up. Burst through the roughage of culinary boredom with a splash of one of these juicy vinegars—each is a blend of wine vinegar with fruit pulp and a touch of sugar and a tiny bit of apple pectin, which adds to the thick consistency. Drizzle on cheeses, add to sauces, marinades and maybe even try them on vanilla ice cream! Read More
  3. Blis Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup Quick View

    Blis Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup

    $32.99/EA
    Founded and run by chef Steven Stallard, BLiSA is a green company that sources organic ingredients as much as possible, and uses sustainably resourced fish for their fish sauce and roe. Steven got his start as an outdoorsman as a boy exploring the banks of the Jordan River in northern Michigan. Read More
  4. Roots Crackers Quick View

    Roots Crackers

    $8.99/EA
    Former restaurateurs, Clark and Ana Mitchell, moved from New Jersey to Asheville, NC, intending to launch a restaurant, but discovered along the way that their crackers and baked goods instantly won over the community at local farmer’s markets. Never will you find two people more excited about crackers than Ana and Clark, and you can taste their enthusiasm and dedication in every crispy, crunchy bite. Give the crack(er) heads what they want! Read More
  5. 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
  6. Sour Puss Pickles Quick View

    Sour Puss Pickles

    $13.99/EA
    Me-ow, kitty, the Brooklyn-based pickle-packers at Sour Puss take their craft to new heights. They create every jar of pickles with as much care as if it were being stored in their own personal cellars. Working directly with New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania farms, they insure the highest level of freshness and quality— even their vinegars are locally sourced. At heart, they’re committed to a cultivating a community of artisanal food producers, including farms, vendors and consumers (you!), that aim to preserve sustainable, local food systems. Every handcrafted jar of pickles boasts a delicate layering of spices in its time-tested brine, and the freshest of garden vegetables, preserved at season’s peak. Read More
  7. Espelt Viticultors Vinegar Quick View

    Espelt Viticultors Vinegar

    $26.99/EA
    The rocky, mineral-filled terrain around the Tramuntana mountain range in North Eastern Spain combines with the seaside air and creates a gorgeous terrain that’s ideal for winemaking, and has been since the 5th century BC. Espelt Viticultors was born here in 1910 and continues to be family-run by Luis Espelt’s grandchildren. Read More
  8. Salty Road Taffy Quick View

    Salty Road Taffy

    $7.99/EA
    Candy-lady extraordinaire, Marisa Wu, found her sweetheart on the Far Rockaway boardwalk—her sweet heart, that is—and was inspired by the seaside treats and salty air. Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, each batch is made in a Brooklyn candy factory for maximum authenticity and boardwalk cred. Read More
  9. Huilerie J. Leblanc Nut Oil Quick View

    Huilerie J. Leblanc Nut Oil

    $18.99/EA
    Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 in Burgundy and hasn’t changed much in the years since. At the factory in Burgundy, pounds of nuts are ground into nut butter, then roasted and pressed into oil. It’s that simple! Their nut oils are rich, viscous and luxuriously flavored. These oils are truly the essence of the land they come from. Read More

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