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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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Tamalpais “Pai” Roth-McCormick

Raised on an organic farm in the Pacific Northwest where the long growing season, the gardens and beautiful setting act as her inspiration, Pai has been producing her selection of amazing provisions since 2010. A classically trained chef who has worked under many of San Francisco's finest chefs including Traci Des Jardin and Douglas Keane, McCormick challenged herself to leave the restaurant world behind and create something personal, where the secret to living well is to sprinkle love into everything.

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Oregon Buckwheat Honey

Bee Local's Oregon Buckwheat Honey - sometimes called "American Manuka" because of its richness in vitamins and minerals - is dark, smoky and earthy, with deep molasses overtones. Buckwheat honey has multiple health benefits related to it's dark color including being higher in antioxidants and having antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can hasten wound healing and even reduce scarring. 

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Willamette Valley Honey

Working exclusively with non-commercial beekeepers that use old-world low-impact methods, Bee Local captures the terroir of micro-local regions for the ultimate bee-to-jar experience. Famed for its sprawling vineyards, berry farms, and fields of hops, the honey found in Oregon's Willamette Valley is marked by its rich flavor notes that include maple, local fruit, and the region's berry crops. 

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Announcing February 2015

The Craveable Life Volume XII

February, 2015 | Chef Kris Morningstar

Judge of Esquire Network's "Knife Fight"

Chef/Co-Owner: Terrine, Los Angeles

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