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Better Than Average Jam & Jelly
Made from the freshest ingredients, Better Than Average jams and jellies provide added pep to any recipe. Whether it be slathered over salmon, added to a homemade muffin, or spread on a peanut butter sandwich, these jams will delight the senses. Handmade using fruit and vegetables from local New England farms, each glass jar is 9oz. Available in:
- Raspberry Jalapeno Jam: A best-selling jam, this fan favorite combines fresh raspberries with spicy jalapeno peppers for a sweet jam with a kick. This jam pairs nicely with chips.
- Habanero Pineapple Jelly: A HOT habanero pepper jelly paired with sweet pineapple juice, this is a fan favorite. Put this jelly on ham or chicken and get swept away as if you were in the islands.
- Apple Maple Jam: The sweet taste of a mouthwatering apple dripping with maple syrup makes this jam a great addition to any meal. This luscious blend pairs wonderfully with pork chops or pork roast. Also great on pancakes and French toast.
- Cranberry Habanero Jelly: Made with Maine cranberries! This HOT jelly has heat from habanero peppers and sweetness from cranberries. Use this jelly as a spread on Turkey sandwiches and give it a kick! Also great on Meatballs in the crockpot!
Cinnamon Cider Syrup
The Wood family had been making Boiled Cider since 1882. They grind and press apples on the farm's original screw press to make sweet cider and evaporate it in a wood-fired stainless steel evaporator. This Cinnamon Cider Syrup is their own special mixture of Boiled Cider and Maple Syrup with a stick of cinnamon. It has the apple flavor of concentrated cider but is not as tart. Use it on French toast, pancakes and waffles, or as a delicious topping on ice cream or yogurt. 8 ounces in glass jar with screw top lid. Made in Springfield, Vermont.
Did your grandmother ever tell you to drink raw apple cider vinegar? It's good advice, and more common than you may think. For generations of New Englanders, a tot of vinegar was a morning ritual. Taken daily, a tablespoon of unfiltered apple cider vinegar can help support immune function and digestive functions. Shire City Herbals has created a taken a base of certified organic apple cider vinegar and added whole, raw, certified organic oranges, lemons, onions, ginger, horseradish, habanero pepper, garlic and turmeric. Lastly, they blend a generous helping of raw wildflower honey into the mix. The result is potent but balanced, offering layers of sweet, tart and spice. Fire Cider tastes great on its own, or as an addition to tea, juice or salad. 8 fluid ounces in amber glass jar with shot glass with fun fill levels ("Winter daily dose," "Cure boredom," "Repels wolves") Made in Pittsfield, MA. *Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Herbal Revolution Elixir
Herbal elixirs hand crafted in small batches by Herbal Revolution of mid-coast Maine. 4 fluid ounces in glass bottle. Elderberry Plus Mushroom and Roots Elixir Elderberries is historically known for it's health supporting effects in the body and has been used traditionally for preventative care during the cold and flu seasons.* This award-winning elixir is deliciously supporting. *For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.* INGREDIENTS: Organic Elderberry (Sambucus nigra), Organic Ginger Root (Zingiber officinalea), Organic Astragulug Root (Astragulus membranaceaus), Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus), Maitake (Grifola frondosa), Organic Vanilla Bean, Organic Lemon Juice, Pure Maine Maple Syrup and Brandy. The Maine Mushroom and Roots Double-Extracted Elixir is made of mushrooms that historically have been known to support vitality in the body and used historically as preventative care.* *For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.* INGREDIENTS: Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum), Maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa), Turkey Tail mushroom (Tramates versicolor), Lion's Mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus), Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), Astragulus Root (Astragalus membranaceus), Codonopsis Root (Codonopsis pilosula), ElderBerry (Sambucus nigra), Cinnamon Bark, Vanilla Bean, Ginger Root, Cardamon, Raw Honey, and Brandy.
Honey Spoon with Summer Berry Tea
Adorable and perfectly giftable Honey Spoon with Summer Berry Tea by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. Delicious honey lollypop to dip in your hot tea to sweeten. Pouch contains 4 organic tea bags of Summer Berry Tea made from hibiscus, Maine apples, elderberry and raspberry leaf, and natural flavors. Makes 8 cups.
Lavender Almond Macaroon Gluten Free Cookie Mix
Amaretti Fini or Almond Macaroon Crisps by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. These are an almond lover's delight! Makes 36 amazing cookies. Includes full baking directions and is packaged in a decorative cloth sleeve. Contains: Ground almond and lavender sugar.
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Maine Grains of Skowhegan, Maine manufactures locally grown, stone-milled grains, a staple food in the human diet. New England has a rich history of producing grains like oats, rye, wheat, corn, and buckwheat, and Maine Grains is reviving this tradition to ensure that local grains are available and affordable for the community. Their farmers pledge never to use pesticides, synthetic fertilizers or gentically modified seed, preserving Maine land for work and play for generations to come. Through use of our unique traditional stone milling process, Maine Grains preserves the nutritional content of the grain. Slow turning mill stones keep the flour cool, which improves performance in natural fermentation baking and provides a variety of hearty flavors. The select taste of flour produced from their stone-ground grains is ideal for baking and cooking. Stone Milled * Locally Sourced * Organic Choose from:
- Whole Wheat Flour, Stone Ground, 5 pound bag Made by grinding hard red wheat at a cool temperature on their slow-turning traditional mill stones. Nutritious and full of flavor. Nothing added, nothing taken away. *Please note, the wheat flour currently in stock has been kept cool and dry but has a "best by" date of October 27, 2016 so it is being offered at clearance price
- Wheat Berries, 5 pound bag Hard red wheat beries can be milled at home for baking, sprouted, or cooked for cereal and pilaf. Cooked wheat berries are also a nutritious addition to salads. Berries have a chewy texture and a deliciously nutty, delicate flavor. To prepare: Bring 3 cups of salted water to a boil, add 1 cup of wheat berries, lower the heat to a simmer, cover ad cook for 1 hour or until desired softness.
Maine Sea Salt Grinder
Natural sea salt, is solar-evaporated, and hand harvested in Maine. The salt crystals are tender to touch, crush with your fingers and strong with taste. Artisan sea salt seasoned by the Sun. Available in Natural Sea Salt and Apple Smoked Sea Salt- great for grilling! 3.6 ounce glass grinder Pairs perfectly with our Shaker herbs!
Maple Syrup – Passamaquoddy Maple
100% Maine Maple Syrup, Grade A Organic (Certified organic by MOFGA) made by Passamaquoddy Maple of Jackman, Maine. Run by Marie Harnois, Passamaquoddy Maple is a business venture by the Passamaquoddy Tribe seeking to bring jobs and self-sustainability to their people. As reported in the Portland Press Herald: "For the Passamaquoddies, the syrup project is appealing because of tribal roots. Native Americans were making maple syrup long before the first European settlers arrived. It’s also attractive because it’s a renewable resource and allows tribal members to spend time with nature. The land is true wilderness, covered in 3 feet of snowpack even in April and teeming with moose, deer and lynx. There’s even a bear den among the tapped trees. “It goes back to our ancestors. Our ancestors did this,” said Marie Harnois, who’s in charge of the operation. “It will create employment year after year and hopefully make a profit for our tribe.” Eventually, the operation will support a dozen jobs. Coupled with its other projects, the tribe hopes the jobs will add up and the operations will contribute revenue to tribal operations. For the Passamaquoddies, it’s all about creating jobs to keep tribal members from having to leave Indian Township and Pleasant Point, the ancestral homeland where more than 2,000 tribal members live." Available in the following sizes: 1/2 pint plastic jug, 1pint plastic jug, 1 Qt plastic jug, 250 ml glass moose jar, 50 ml glass maple leaf jar
Moxie BBQ Sauce
Made with the Original Moxie Soda, this BBQ sauce can be used in your BBQ recipes, paired with chicken or pork, as a salad dressing and much more! Pour this on your burger for a delightful treat. You can even take your meatballs to another level! Give it a try today. By Better Than Average. Contains: Moxie soda, ketchup, cider vinegar, brown sugar, sugar, black pepper, onion powder, ground mustard, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, and salt. 16oz glass bottle.
Starter kits for homemade mustard by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. Each packet contains full directions and list of ingredients to add in order to make your own flavoful and historic mustard at home! Available in:
- Apple Cider Mustard: Spicy Sweet Mustard - Ingredients: Mustard flour, sugar, salt (add cider vinegar, olive oil, apple cider or juice, and Worcestershire sauce)
- Tavern Mustard: Amber Beer, Ale, or Porter - Ingredients: Brown and yellow mustard seeds, mustard flour, onions, thyme (add beer, cider vinegar, salt)
- Lafayette's Dijon Mustard: French Wine Mustard - Ingredients: Yellow mustard seeds, salt, white pepper, French tarragon (add white wine and vinegar
Tea Infusers and Strainers
Steep the best cup of Shaker loose tea with these stainless steel tea infusers and strainers. Simply scoop your favorite loose leaf tea in the strainer and place the spoon or ball into a cup of hot water. The English version is chrome and is made to sit on top of your tea cup; place your loose tea into your hot teapot and, once fully steeped, pour through the strainer to catch the loose leaves.
Wood’s Boiled Cider
Wood's Boiled Cider The Wood family had been making Boiled Cider since 1882. They grind and press apples on the farm's orginal screw press to make sweet cider and evaporate it in a wood-fired stainless steel evaporator. Concentrated cider with no sweetners or preservatives added. One gallon of sweet cider is evaporated down to about one pint of Boiled Cider. Cooks use it in a number of recipes from pies to applesauce to salad dressing to port or chicken dishes. Try it over yogurt, ice cream, or pancakes. 1 pint/16 ounces in glass jar with screw top lid. Made in Springfield, Vermont.