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Vanilla-Tarragon Pickled Cherries

We love Unbound Pickling's attention to detail. Using produce sourced locally from direct relationships with farmers - their pickles are guaranteed fresh. These pickled cherries are no different! Sweet, yet tart, these wonderfully aromatic jewels are soaked in a pure vanilla and fresh tarragon-laced brine giving them a complex flavor.

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Bourbon Pecan Peanut Butter

Reginald's Homemade calls this one "heaven in a jar" and they're not wrong - it's sinfully good! With all the classic ingredients in a bourbon pecan pie made into a peanut butter, what's not to love. Made with brown sugar, molasses, a splash of bourbon and chunks of roasted pecans this spread was made with late summer in mind.

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Pepper Carrot Chicken Wings | Herb Lime Salad

Chicken wings. An All-American classic. Chef Caleb Shriver elevates this sports-view staple with A&B American Style Pepper Sauce, with some crisped up carrots and a refreshing herb salad. Grill these up this Sunday for the big game - whoever your team may be!

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Pearled Sorghum

Pearled Sorghum is a versatile, mild-tasting grain, reminiscent of Israeli couscous. An ancient grain that is naturally gluten-free and full of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Being based in California, our favorite things about sorghum is that it's exceptionally drought resistant and can easily be grown across the country!

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Roast Lamb Saddle | Hatchup

We always enjoy experiencing new cuts of meat - and lamb saddle was a first for us.  One of our favorite proteins with its unique flavor, this cut of lamb is surrounded by delicious fat that renders nicely during the cooking process. Taking a cue from our July basket, we combined it with Hatchup's medium spice and Adobe Milling Co.'s Anasazi Beans.

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Patrick + Jon Mathisen

Transplants from Bainbridge Island, just outside of Seattle, WA - brothers Jon + Patrick Mathisen developed an affinity towards sustainable, local and organic eating traditions while working their grandmothers farm. While traveling through India and Southeast Asia, they garnered an appreciation for the distinct spices and flavor profiles of the region and were inspired to marry their culinary philosophy with these newfound ingredients. Ginger - perfectly embodying the piquant tastes of their travels and harnessing the health benefits they look for in their food, Pat + Jon set out to create their interpretation of Ginger Beer.

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Hierloom Cranberry Beans

Produced by nature and cultivated by world cultures through thousands of years, heirloom beans are untouched by genetic sciences or modern technology. These beans were first bred in Colombia before finding their way up to North America and across the globe. Used in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, Cranberry beans are plump and pale pink with maroon markings. 

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