Not that there is anything wrong with toast, but the preserves that I make have a lot more culinary versatility. Adding preserves to meat and vegetables makes a simple dish special and a special dish spectacular. Preserves pair perfectly with a cheese platter or a grilled cheese sandwich. There are so many ways to enjoy these delicious jams, jellies, and pickles!
Dill Pickle Chips
Tangy and full of dill flavor. Low-temperature pasteurization method makes these pickles super crunchy.
These cherries are a new way of thinking of pickles. Made from bing cherries it is slightly spicy with peppercorns, star anise, clove, cinnamon stick, and vanilla bean. Use these on a charcuterie and cheese board.
Add to a baby green, pecan, and goat cheese salad. Reserve the brine for another use.
Bread and Butter Pickles
A crisp pickle slice with onion and red pepper slices that creates a balance of sweet and sour flavor. Perfect addition to your char-grilled burger.
Apricot Habanero Jelly
Our number one best seller. This jelly has a buttery flavor from the apricots and a slight kick from the habeneros. Don't think of this jelly as being limited to toast. CLICK HERE for serving suggestions
Asian Sweet and Sour Sauce
This apricot based sauce gets its flavor from fresh ginger lemongrass, garlic, and fish sauce. Ground fresh chili paste adds a little kick. Best used as a dipping sauce for
anything and everything.
Bourbon Soaked Cherries
Flavored with bourbon, Grand Marnier and vanilla bean these cherries will impress expert and novice mixologists alike.
Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
Strawberry-rhubarb with a subtle hint of mint. The slight mint flavor enhances the sweetness of the berries while the rhubarb adds a hint of tartness. Don't limit this jam to just toast as it works well
with diced berries as a topping for cheesecake, yogurt or ice cream.
Standard dill pickles but made using the low-temperature pasteurization treatment which results in crisper and brighter pickles.
Raspberry Moscato Jelly
The juicy flavors of Moscato wine and raspberries makes for a great preserve to spoon over cheesecake or slather on toast.