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Firehook Multigrain Flax Cracker

firehook multigrain flax cracker specialty foods

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firehook multigrain flax cracker specialty foods
Firehook Multigrain Flax Cracker
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  • by Firehook
  • United States

The hearty artisanal crackers are the ultimate rustic accompaniment. Firehook Multigrain Flax Crackers combine organic grains and oats to create a nutritious crisp that’s topped off with flax seeds for a satisfying crunch. Ideal for hard and soft cheeses alike, these simple crackers are perfect for pairing with a slice of Vermont Creamery Herb Goat Log and a drizzle of Bee Seasonal Organic Angico Honey.

“This is a perfect cracker for any cheese board. They have a great crunch and the rich flavors of the grain really show through. I also love them crushed up in salads to add some extra texture!”
Murray’s Cheese Bar Team – New York, NY
Wheat Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Organic Whole Grain (Wheat, Rye, Barley, Corn, Millet, Steel-Cut Oats, Flax Seeds), Honey, Flax Seeds, Yeast, Salt, Olive Oil

Allergens: Wheat

  • These Multigrain Flax Crackers are made using their standard recipe of wheat flour, sea salt, honey, and olive oil, plus a blend of wheat, corn, rye, barley, flax, millet, oats, and organic flax seeds.
  • The combination of rich wheat and nutty grains allows for the cracker to complement both sweet and savory foods.
  • Eye-catching crackers to include on a cheeseboard. Perfect for scooping generous amounts of Greensward, Harbison, and other earthy, soft cheese.
  • Firehook Bakery got its start in 1992 in Chantilly, Virginia.
  • Led by owner and founder Pierre Abushacra , they developed their own line of crackers alongside an array of bread and pastries, creating a crunchy, well-seasoned snack.
  • The family-owned business drew upon Abushacra’s Eastern Mediterranean heritage—he was born in Beirut and grew up in Greece—as they created their own baking traditions.
  • Firehook gets its name from the hook-shaped tool early bakers used to removed clay pots of bread from a fire after it finished baking.

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