Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites™ Charleston Benne Wafers
Forget everything that you think you know about delicious cookies and meet the quintessential Charleston Benne Wafer and the city’s signature sweet treat. There are few things that reflect the history of the city more than this simple cookie. Nix the chocolate chips and put away the vanilla extract. The Benne Wafer relies on tasty toasted sesame seeds for a distinct flavor that is all its own. There is a long culinary history in Charleston for this unique, crunchy, bite that you have to stop yourself from eating the whole container in one sitting. The height resembles that of a thin cracker and makes for the perfect vessel for other southern treats to rest on. You can eat them by themselves, serve them piled high with pimento cheese and chicken salad as an appetizer, or get creative and make bite-sized ice cream sandwiches for an unforgettable dessert in the summer! Incorporated into a snack that is either savory, sweet, or both, these wafers fit the bill and your guests won’t forget it. You will never get enough of this so make sure you get Charleston Benne Wafers 4 Pack for your supplies.Benne Wafers have been unique to the Lowcountry since the rich agricultural region was colonized in the 17th century. Benne — the Bantu word for sesame — was brought across the Atlantic from Africa and planted and cultivated extensively throughout the South on farms and plantations. Although a countless number of Lowcountry recipes and iconic dishes call for this nutty seed raw or toasted, none of them are as widely loved or recognized as the iconic Benne Wafer. Packaging: 6-ounce clear tub.
Food for the Southern Soul Shem Creek Shrimp & Grits Gift Box
This Shem Creek Shrimp & Grits Gift Box set is named for the narrow waterway that shrimp and fishing boats take out to harvest fresh seafood. This package of goodies includes Tidewater Shrimp Sauce & Marinade, Charleston Favorites Stone Ground Grits, and Charleston Favorites Peach Hot Sauce. All you will need for the perfect Low country dish is a generous helping of fresh shrimp. You’re an instant professional chef and master gift-giver with Food for the Southern Soul’s package of southern essentials. Tidewater Shrimp Sauce & Marinade makes it easy for the recipient to sauté their shrimp in the sauce and serve with 82 Queen She Crab Soup Mix. The grits cook up to be smooth and include small flecks of corn bran, which is a sign that they are eating genuine stone ground grits. There is nothing wrong with treating yourself, though. The gift box also comes together as the perfect set to throw together an easy meal with. You can even get creative and make your own New Orleans-style barbecued shrimp by adding melted butter to the Tidewater Shrimp Sauce, pouring it over the shrimp, and baking them until they get a nice char. Serve the baked shrimp with the included Stone Ground Grits and crisp french bread for a meal that will naturally become a part of your rotation of dishes. Food for the Southern Soul makes their sauces, marinades, and other Southern goods in Charleston, SC and is committed to bringing Lowcountry classics to home chefs near and far.
Liber & Co. Liber & Co. | Fiery Ginger Syrup
Liber & Co.'s Fiery Ginger Syrup starts with whole ginger root, juiced fresh to capture the best possible flavor. Pure cane sugar balances the heat to create a bright and full-flavored syrup with a silky texture. This syrup's fiery flavor lends the perfect burn needed to enhance a wide variety of classic and novel cocktails. Top it off with club soda for a superior ginger beer. Made in Austin, Texas.
AR's Hot Southern Honey AR’s Lotta Honey, Little Heat 3-pack
Contains: • AR's Southern Wildflower Honey• AR's Hot-Mild Southern Honey• AR's Southern Clover Honey The 3-pack provides hot honey newcomers with the chance to try out multiple flavors and serves as the ideal gift to those who just don’t understand your hot honey obsession yet. Let each honey go to work enhancing everything from cocktails, to pizza, to AR’s favorite: southern fried chicken.
Cajun Caviar Spicy Cajun Caviar
Spicy Cajun Caviar features the distinct flavor of wild-caught bowfin roe combined with the spicy kick of ghost peppers. Delicately balancing the complex flavors from these two Southern favorites, you can enjoy the heat without the eye-watering, mouth-burning reaction. Bowfin caviar features small, firm caviar pearls with a shiny black appearance that makes for a satisfying snack right from the jar. Spicy Cajun Caviar is also the perfect addition to your hors d'oeuvres menu and adds bursts of flavor on top of any of your favorite canapés. No artificial additives, colorings or preservatives. With less than 5% salt content, Cajun Caviar ranks among the finest Malossol caviars in the world. Once opened consume within 7-10 days for the freshest flavor. Note: Perishable item. Ships FedEx Overnight Monday-Thursday.
Middleton Made Knives 8" Echo Chef Knife | Walnut
Forged out of AEB-L. stainless steel, which is a non-powder stainless steel renowned for its corrosion resistance, hardness, and ease of sharpness, Middleton's 8" Echo Chef Knife is completely handmade with a dymalux handle that is dyed birch veneers. A chef knife is the primary knife used by the chef due to its extra durability and work horse nature for cutting a variety of ingredients.
Virginia Diner Sriracha & Honey Roasted Peanuts
Virginia Diner's Sriracha & Honey Roasted Peanuts are Extra Large Honey Roasted Virginia Peanuts tumbled with everyone's favorite fiery Asian spice, Sriracha, resulting in a crunchy, sweet and tangy heat.
Martin's BBQ Joint Martin's Greatest Hits
Martin's Greatest Hits includes Alabama White, Jack's Creek, and Sweet Dixie BBQ Sauces and pairs them with Big Hoss, Dixie Rib, and Season'd Salt Rubs for a true BBQ party.
Marketplace Books Down South: Bourbon, Pork, Gulf Shrimp & Second Helpings of Everything: A Cookbook
Author: Donald Link, Paula DisbroweThe James Beard Award-winning chef behind some of New Orleans's most beloved restaurants, including Cochon and Herbsaint, Donald Link unearths true down home Southern cooking in this cookbook featuring more than 100 reicpes. Link rejoices in the slow-cooked pork barbecue of Memphis, fresh seafood all along the Gulf coast, peas and shell beans from the farmlands in Mississippi and Alabama, Kentucky single barrel bourbon, and other regional standouts in 110 recipes and 100 color photographs. Along the way, he introduces all sorts of characters and places, including pitmaster Nick Pihakis of Jim 'N Nick's BBQ, Louisiana goat farmer Bill Ryal, beloved Southern writer Julia Reed, a true Tupelo honey apiary in Florida, and a Texas lamb ranch with a llama named Fritz. Join Link Down South, where tall tales are told, drinks are slung back, great food is made to be shared, and too many desserts, it turns out, is just the right amount.Award: IACP Crystal Whisk Award - WinnerAbout the AuthorDONALD LINK is the chef-owner of Herbsaint, Cochon, Cochon Butcher, Pêche, and Calcasieu in New Orleans. He won the James Beard award for Best Chef South in 2007 and is a finalist for the 2017 James Beard award for Outstanding Chef. His first book, Real Cajun, won the James Beard award for Best American Cookbook. PAULA DISBROWE is the author of Cowgirl Cuisine and co-author of Real Cajun and Susan Spicer's Crescent City Cooking. She lives in Austin, TX.