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Firehook Sea Salt Cracker

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Firehook Sea Salt Cracker
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  • by Firehook
  • United States

Drawing upon the traditional recipes of Firehook Bakery’s Eastern Mediterranean heritage, these delightfully crunchy, salty crackers are all-natural and delicious. Four simple ingredients—wheat flour, honey, olive oil, and sea salt—create a cracker that’s a perfect companion to any cheese or dip, with a thinness that belies its wonderful sturdiness. Try the Firehook Sea Salt Cracker with Murray's Mini Brie or Maple Leaf Pepper Jack.

“Firehoook Sea Salt Crackers are definitely my go-to cracker. The distinct flakes of sea salt are what push this simple product over the edge from being a fine cracker to an excellent one. They're perfect with spreadable cheeses, and they’re sturdy enough to straight-up dip into Murray's pimento dip or hummus without breaking.”
Murray’s Cheesemonger – New York, NY
Organic Wheat Flour, Organic Honey, Organic Yeast, Salt, Organic Olive Oil

Allergens: Wheat

  • Firehook Sea Salt Crackers are made using four simple ingredients: white flour, honey, olive oil, and flaky sea salt.
  • The Virginia-based bakery was found in 1992.
  • As a family-owned bakery, Firehook’s recipes are influenced heavily by their Eastern Mediterranean heritage and traditions.
  • The sea salt crackers are perfectly structured for dipping into a semi-soft spread, like pimento cheese or hummus, or as an addictively crunchy snack.
  • 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.
Family Owned
Non GMO, Organic

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