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  • Lavington Farms Charleston Gold Aromatic Rice

    Food for the Southern Soul Lavington Farms Charleston Gold Aromatic Rice

      Lavington Farms popular Charleston Gold Aromatic rice is the aromatic off-spring of the much-heralded Carolina Gold variety that has flourished in the lowcountry’s kitchens for decades. The rice is characterized by its rich golden hull and distinct, unmatched nutty flavor. The grain is cultivated and harvested right here in the lowcountry of South Carolina. Produced by Lavington Farms, the Charleston Gold Aromatic Rice is representative of the perfect marriage of a quintessential southern staple and a delectable basmati rice with deep international roots. This gold aromatic rice was developed right in South Carolina in the late 20th-century by Drs. Buford Shepard of Clemson University and Gurdev Kush of the International Rice Research Institute. The duo sought to create a short stature gold hulled rice that kept the traditional plush mouth feel of Carolina Gold and maintained the distinct fragrance of an East Indian cool weather rice. Dr. Anna McClung continued to refine the plant into what it is now: Charleston Gold. Today, the rice is used in the homes of cooks nationwide, in professional and restaurant kitchens throughout the Lowcountry, and frequently pops up on a number of menus in Charleston’s bustling culinary scene. This rice is specially formulated to be served and soak up flavor. We recommend piling it under jambalaya or pairing it with a slab of country-style steak for the perfect base grain to absorb seasoning and add a savory smell and taste that is all its own. If you can't get enough to just buy one, you can try Charleston Gold Aromatic Rice 3 PackPackaging: 17-ounce paper bag.

  • Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Stone Ground White Grits

    Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Stone-Ground White Grits

    Three-quarters of the grits sold in the United States are bought in the South and Charleston Favorites Stone-Ground White Grits are some of the best that you can buy. Charleston Favorites Grits are made from select Southern corn and ground on an authentic millstone— just like they’ve done it for centuries. These stone-ground grits cook up to be smooth and creamy to serve alongside bacon and eggs in the morning. The use doesn’t stop after breakfast, though, as this stone-ground southern delicacy is sure to be the be the star of your shrimp and grits. The stone-grinding process takes this southern staple back to its roots and makes for a meal with flavor, nutrition, and history. Beside, there is also Stone Ground Yellow Grits which make for an ideal base for shrimp and grits — it doesn’t get more quintessentially southern than that. If you’re feeling like a Lowcountry pro, cook and pack them together for fried grit cakes that will elevate and absorb any juicy dish that finds its way onto your table.These stone-ground Grits are ground the same way our ancestors milled them over 170 years ago. The grinding processes all the flavors and the textures that gave original grits their nationwide reputation. For extra creamy grits, use 1 cup grits, 4 cups milk, 1 cup water, half a pound butter, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon coarse ground pepper. Add all ingredients and bring to boil. Reduce heat and stir often for 20 to 30 minutes.Whether you use water, milk, or, our favorite, chicken stock to cook the grits in, they are sure to bring flavor and an unmatched thickness that you can’t get with generic, store-bought grits. To protect product integrity, store in the refrigerator or freezer as our grits contain no preservatives or additives. These grits are non-GMO and gluten-free. 2-pound cloth bag.

  • Charleston Favorites™ Charleston Benne Wafers - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    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.

  • 82 Queen She Crab Soup

    Food for the Southern Soul 82 Queen She-Crab Soup Mix

    There are few dishes that say ‘south’ more than an impossible balance bowl of delectable she-crab soup, and there are few places that do it as well as 82 Queen. As one of Charleston's most revered dining establishments, 82 Queen is famous for its flavorful and authentic Lowcountry fare they have been serving up since 1982. She-crab soup, a Charleston and southern favorite, is just one of the restaurant’s famed dishes. Beloved for its richness and creamy texture (similar to that of a bisque), this soup satisfies any time of year. It’s no wonder, then, that it’s one of the must-try dishes for people visiting Charleston and the Lowcountry. Can’t make the trip? We have good news. You don’t have to travel to the Holy City to try this traditionally southern dish. Instead, you can now whip up 82 Queen's award-winning she-crab soup right at home with their easy-to-make She-Crab Soup Mix! You'll just need to add a few fresh ingredients to the mix before your kitchen starts to smell like the aromas that waft up and down Queen Street. Their She-Crab Soup Mix also makes an excellent gift for anyone who’s missing the Lowcountry or wants to experience its flavors from home. Beside that you can also include Shem Creek Shrimp Grits Gift Box. You can easily ship a locally-made taste of the South to loved ones and friends, simply order it to enjoy yourself, or – as we recommend – both! It’ll ship to you directly from the Holy City!Packaging: One 6-ounce plastic container.

  • Traditional Cheese Straws - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Traditional Cheese Straws

    Do you need something to sit out when you have guests over for a drink or a cocktail hour before a meal, but don’t know what? We’ve got you covered. These bite-sized Traditional Cheese Straws from Food for the Southern Soul are loaded with real aged cheddar cheese and pack a sharp flavor in each bite. They're the snack that goes with everything and are an all-around crowd pleaser. Cheese straws are a great treat any time of the year, but they're especially tasty around the holiday season. Order packs for yourself, packs for your friends and family as gifts, or, as we suggest, do both!Food for the Southern Soul’s Charleston Favorites Traditional Cheese Straws are made with real aged cheddar cheese and a whole lot of it cooked into these delightful and savory little pastries. This is the signature traditional flavor that will please just about any cheese lover. The Traditional Cheese Straws make for the perfect entertaining treat or everyday snack. They can be served room temp or heated and served with ranch dip or hot sauce for an added element of enjoyment. Substitute basic crackers with these Traditional Cheese Straws when having a bowl of tomato vegetable soup for more flavor on a winter day. Adding up Charleston Favorites Stone Ground Grits will never go wrong in the morning. The grits are so smooth and creamy and cook up perfectly to serve alongside bacon and eggs in the morning.Pair Food for the Southern Soul’s Charleston Favorites Traditional Cheese Straws with hoppy beers, dry white wines, or opulent reds for a palate enhancing bite before a main course or heavier hors d’oeuvre. Packaging: One 6-ounce plastic container.

  • Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Yellow Grits

    Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites™ Stone Ground Yellow Grits

    Food for the Southern Soul's Charleston Favorites™ Stone Ground Yellow Grits are made from select Southern corn and ground on an authentic millstone that help create a breakfast of champions.

  • Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Stone Ground Yellow and White Grits

    Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Stone-ground Grits: White + Yellow | 2-pack

    Seventy-five percent of the grits bought in the United States are sold in the Southeast and Charleston Favorites Stone-Ground Grits are some of the best that money can buy. With the Charleston Favorites Stone-ground Grits 2-pack of both white and yellow, you don’t have to worry about choosing between one or the other. Both types of grits are made from select corn and ground in grits on an authentic millstone. These stone-ground grits are smooth and creamy and cook up perfectly to serve alongside bacon and eggs in the morning. Don’t stop using them after breakfast, though, as this delicious delicacy is sure to be the showstopper of your shrimp and grits. These stone-ground Grits are ground the same way suppliers have crushed them for centuries. The grinding process captures all of the flavors and maintains the texture that gave original grits their reputation. For extra creamy grits, use 1 cup grits, 1 cup water, 4 cups milk, half a pound butter, 1 teaspoon coarse ground pepper, and 1 teaspoon salt. Combine all ingredients and bring to boil. Reduce heat and stir often for 20 to 30 minutes. Or you can add some Charleston Favorites Traditional Cheese Straws to complete the dishIt doesn’t matter if you use water, milk, or, our favorite, chicken stock to cook the grits in, they are sure to provide flavor and a thickness that you can’t get with generic, store-bought grits. To lengthen the shelf life of the grits, store in the refrigerator or freezer as they contain no preservatives or additives.These grits are non-GMO and gluten-free.2-pound cloth bag.

  • Shem Creek Shrimp & Grits Gift Box - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    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.

  • Vegetable Soup - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Vegetable Soup

    Food for the Southern Soul's Vegetable Soup includes fresh summer corn, lima beans, diced tomatoes, and onions—all of which are picked at their peak ripeness and simmered with herbs and spices. Simply heat and serve, or add shrimp or chicken for a filling entree. Made in Charleston. Serves 4.

  • Sweet Georgia Soul BBQ Sauce

    Southern Soul BBQ Sweet Georgia Soul BBQ Sauce

    Southern Soul's Sweet Georgia Soul BBQ Sauce takes the heart of everything Georgia and bottles it up into one hell of a sauce. Slather it on and be amazed at the new depth it gives your BBQ.

  • Southern Soul Dust Rub

    Southern Soul BBQ Southern Soul Dust Rub

    Southern Soul's Dust Rub is a tried-and-true classic that will add a sweet and savory bite to anything you can dream of throwing it on.

  • Sweet & Salty Snack Box - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Sweet & Salty Snack Box

    For the ultimate Southerner’s snack pack, look no farther than this dynamic duo of traditional cheese straws and benne wafers in the Sweet and Salty Snack Box. Both the straws and crispy cookies reflect essential treats from kitchens throughout the Lowcountry and beyond. The benne wafer is Charleston’s signature sweet, and the savory cheddar-loaded cheese straws are a hallmark of the South’s holiday season (though we love them any time of year!). The benne wafers skip the saccharine sweetness of most cookies, relying on toasted sesame seeds and browned butter for a distinctive flavor. While delicious on their own, try subbing them for crackers with pimento cheese or chicken salad, or serve them with ice cream or you can just add them with savory snack like Peach Chutney. It's gonna be perfect! The cheese straws definitely supply the savory elements in the Sweet and Salty Snack Box. Loaded with aged cheddar cheese and baked to crunchy perfection, they marry all the best elements of cheese and crackers—just no knife or cutting board required! Nosh on them by themselves, pair them with red wine for an easy aperitif, or treat them like croutons on a green salad or bowl of tomato soup. Cheese Straws and Benne Wafers: Better Together United together in the Sweet and Salty Snack Box, the goodies send a wonderful gift to anyone craving a taste of the South or folks in need of a little exposure to what they’re missing. Beyond gifting, the pack is great to have on hand for easy hors d’oeuvres, portable road trip snacks, and lunchbox treats. Created by the Food for the Southern Soul brand, these are just two of many delightful snacks that bring flavors of the Lowcountry and other Southern regions to your pantry.

  • Food for the Southern Soul Artichoke Relish

    Food for the Southern Soul Jerusalem Artichoke Relish

    Looking for a unique and tasty condiment to add to your food? Look no further than Jerusalem artichoke relish! This flavorful and versatile relish is perfect for adding a bit of zing to your food. It's made with fresh, all-natural ingredients and has a delicious, slightly sweet and slightly spicy flavor. Use it on sandwiches, burgers, salads, and more.

  • Peach Chutney - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Peach Chutney

    Chutney–an intriguing cross between pickled vegetables and preserves–is about as representative of the Southern pantry as a bag of grits. The condiment itself boasts ties to global origins–imagine the chutneys found in Indian or Caribbean cuisine. From place to place, the fruit and sugar base gets paired with various spices, seasonings, onions, garlic, or vinegars to create a product that complements other regional flavors. A traditional Southern chutney doesn’t get much more classic than this Peach Chutney. Made from fresh, regionally grown peaches, it’s an instant taste of summer that lasts through the dead of winter. Delicately sweetened, textured, and slightly tangy, this spread brings a sweet dimension to meats or cheese plates.  This Charleston Favorites Peach Chutney comes from the Food for the Southern Soul brand, created by gourmand and restaurateur Jimmy Hagood. Food for the Southern Soul celebrates the quintessential foods and flavors of the Lowcountry, Appalachia, Gulf, Piedmont, and beyond. Among the chutney, offerings range from other condiments, such as pepper jelly and barbecue sauce, to ingredients like coarse-ground grits to artisanal gumbo. Our Favorite Ways to Use Peach Chutney Don’t let this spread’s peachiness deter you–it shines in savory applications and brings brightness to meaty, rich foods. Serve it with pork chops, chicken, Sweet and Salty Snack or a flaky white fish. Or use it to dress up appetizers: Try dipping spring rolls into it, or dollop it over pimento cheese and crackers. For more ways to dress up your cooking, check out our selection of other condiments on Marketplace.

  • Creole Gumbo - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Creole Gumbo

    The flavorful, spiced Creole roots of Gumbo go beyond any particular recipe—they touch on the very history of the Louisiana-born stew. Its name derives from the west African word for okra, and the roux comes from French culinary techniques. It was served during the 1803 gubernatorial reception in New Orleans and has grown in popularity and variations across the South over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Chefs and home cooks throughout the region have long perfected recipes they covet. A batch made from scratch can take hours to prepare, but if you want instant satisfaction, this Creole Gumbo from Food for the Southern Soul offers a fast route to the Bayou. The tomato-based stew pulls warmth from bell peppers and texture from okra, and it does the heavy lifting when it comes to getting dinner on the table. Simply add a few shrimp to the soup when you’re about to take it off the heat and then serve over rice. But if you want some sweetness forward but still rooted in heat, the Slow Burn Peach Grilling Sauce and BlackJack Barbecue is an excellent, versatile addition for everyday cooking. Why Food for the Southern Soul Gumbo? Made by Food for the Southern Soul, this Creole Gumbo is just one of many pantry meals, snacks, and ingredients that celebrate the South’s diverse and storied cooking traditions. Products, such as Charleston Gold rice to cheese straws and coarse-ground grits, bring flavors from the Gulf, Lowcountry, Chesapeake, Piedmont, Appalachia, and everywhere in between to tables around the country. Keep this base for Creole Gumbo on hand for whenever a craving strikes (tonight, perhaps?), or use it as a base for other soups or stews, such as bouillabaisse.

  • Tidewater Shrimp Sauce and Marinade

    Food for the Southern Soul Tidewater Shrimp Sauce and Marinade

    A mixture of oils, pepper and bold spices that produces the best tasting Southern shrimp east of the Mississippi.

  • Chicken Scratch Rub

    Southern Soul BBQ Chicken Scratch Rub

    Southern Soul's Chicken Scratch Rub will send all of your poultry dishes into the stratosphere with how much it enhances your dishes flavors.

  • Charleston Favorites Pickled Okra - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Charleston Favorites Pickled Okra

    Recipes, like gumbo and red rice, often incorporate okra for a snap of crunchy-goes-creamy texture. However, pickled okra is one of the easiest ways to keep it on hand. It’s a staple in pantries across the South. While you can make it from scratch, it takes weeks or even a month of waiting for it to settle into crisp, tangy perfection. A shortcut that’s just as delicious as the homemade version is a jar of Charleston Favorites Pickled Okra. Specialty foods creator and restaurateur Jimmy Hagood saw the principal role that pickled okra plays in the Southern household. He introduced it into his Food for the Southern Soul brand as part of the Charleston Favorites collection. Food for the Southern Soul celebrates the signature foods and flavors of the Gulf, Appalachia, Lowcountry, Piedmont, and beyond. Pickled Okra is just the start of it: The offerings include assorted condiments, ingredients, and snacks that range from pepper jelly to peach chutney and coarse-ground grits to artisanal gumbo. And the thing you don't wanna left is Mr. Jimmie’s Fire Roasted Tomato Bloody Mary, it brings Southern flavors to tables around the country with treats like fruit chutney, benne wafers, cheese straws, gumbo, and grits. You may also like the Pickled Pink Variety 4-Pack by Pickled Pink Gourmet. Pickled Okra: Think Outside of the Jar We love munching on Pickled Okra straight from the jar, but we’d be remiss to use it for that alone. Use it as cornichons on a pate plate or charcuterie spread. Or try garnishing a Bloody Mary or hot and dirty with a spear. Chop it up and add to salads for a zippy crunch, and Pickled Okra will even make an unexpected topping on a fried chicken sandwich. If you have guests over and need an appetizer—fast—a plate of okra stuffed with cream cheese is always a winner in our book.

  • Okra Soup - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Okra Soup

    The ultimate Okra Soup. Food for the Southern Soul's Okra Soup starts with a simmer of freshly picked okra, diced onions, tomatoes, bell peppers, fresh basil, thyme, and parsley. You'll just need to heat it up and enjoy. If you want a heartier meal, add cooked shrimp, chicken, or sausage, and serve over rice. Serves 4.

  • Tidewater Shrimp Sauce & Marinade and Grits Set - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Tidewater Shrimp Sauce & Marinade and Grits Set

    Shrimp and grits reign throughout the Southeast coast as a quintessential food. Born throughout the Lowcountry in the kitchens of enslaved people, the dish’s roots come from west African dishes of ground maize and shellfish. It later gained popularity among sailors who, during shrimping season, doctored up their morning grits with fresh shrimp, earning the meal another moniker of “breakfast shrimp.” The Charleston Favorites Tidewater Shrimp Sauce and Marinade and Grits set celebrates the Southern origins of shrimp and grits and gives home cooks the primary tools they need to prepare this rich and flavorful meal in just 30 minutes. The Tidewater Shrimp Sauce and Marinade comes from the Food for the Southern Soul brand. Its collection of specialty foods and ingredients brings regional flavors and signature dishes from the Gulf, Lowcountry, Appalachia, Chesapeake Bay, and beyond to tables throughout the country. You can also try Battery Barbecue Gift Box, it is such  good company for The Tidewater Shrimp Sauce. Dinnertime with the Tidewater Shrimp Sauce & Marinade and Grits Set The Tidewater Shrimp Sauce starter blends a heated mix of peppers, spices, and oils. It needs nothing more than a stick of melted butter before it’s ready to pour over fresh shrimp in a baking dish and go into the oven. Free to include any tasty additions with the shrimp as they bake, such as mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, or even some sliced andouille sausage. While everything cooks, prepare the Charleston Favorites Stone Ground Grits. You can boil them with water and butter if you wish, but we love to dress them up with heavy cream, Worcestershire sauce, cheese, or hot sauce. Remove the shrimp mixture from the heat and serve over the creamy grits. In less than an hour, you’ve channeled decades of culinary history onto the dinner table.

  • BlackJack Beef Jerky Sweet & Smokey - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul BlackJack Beef Jerky Sweet & Smokey

    Don't settle for the fake stuff. BlackJack Barbecue Beef Jerky is real, top round, hand-carved, soaked in a legendary marinade, and smoked over wood. No dehydrator. No liquid smoke. Just the real deal. Try this natural snack on your next hike, on the golf course, or at your desk when you need a protein pick-me-up. Made by Food for the Southern Soul in Charleston.

  • Cinnamon Apple Butter

    Food for the Southern Soul Cinnamon Apple Butter

    You could spend hours laboring in the kitchen – coring apples, waiting as they slow cook throughout the afternoon – in an attempt to resurrect your grandmother’s apple butter recipe. Or, you could turn to a jar of Charleston Favorites Cinnamon Apple Butter for the immediate taste and scent of fall in your kitchen. Rich and creamy, the addition of cinnamon brings a warming spice reminiscent of apple cider and stewed apples to this delectable cinnamon apple butter. The Food for the Southern Soul brand comes from chef and gourmet foods creator Jimmy Hagood. A former insurance advisor, Hagood changed courses to pursue his passion for cooking and sharing Southern food through restaurant businesses, catering, and gourmet snack retail. His brand delivers classic foods and flavors of the Lowcountry, Appalachia, Tidewater, and the Gulf to your table. In addition to the Cinnamon Apple Butter, the Charleston Favorites collection offers other pantry delicacies inspired by the historic city’s renowned culinary traditions. From coarse, stone-ground grits to barbecue sauces and benne wafers, there’s a meal, ingredient, or snack for every occasion. Ways to Love Cinnamon Apple Butter Spread over a sturdy slice of toast or settled into the crannies of an English muffin, this Cinnamon Apple Butter adds instant elevation to any piece of bread. And its utility goes well beyond breakfast. Dress it up for dinner with apple butter-glazed pork chops, Pickled Green Beans, or add it to your favorite hot buttered rum recipe for an autumn-heavy twist.

  • Salt 'n Vinegar Pork Rinds

    Hogs Heaven Salt 'n Vinegar Pork Rinds

    For all the vinegar lovers out there, Hogs Heaven Salt n' Vinegar Pork Rinds are that craving you can't resist. An amazing crunch followed by that vinegar pop.

  • Pickled Green Beans - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Food for the Southern Soul Pickled Green Beans

    Bright, tangy, and crispy enough to eat straight from the jar, pickled green beans are one of the pickling world’s more underrated products. A favorite among Southerners for more than 150 years, pickled green beans deserve to be a staple product in everyone’s pantry. Now, you could invest several days, a week, or longer making them yourself. Or you could twist open a jar of Charleston Favorites Pickled Green Beans for an instant snack, ingredient, cornichon, or however you choose to use it.Jimmy Hagood is the maker behind the Food for the Southern Soul brand, which celebrates (in addition to these Charleston Favorites Pickled Green Beans) the classic foods and flavors from the Lowcountry, Appalachia, Tidewater, and Gulf. Hagood, a former insurance advisor, changed his course to chase a love for sharing Southern food and culinary styles through cooking, the restaurant and catering businesses, and gourmet snack retail. The collection brings regional snacks, treats, and pantry ingredients, from cheese straws to chutneys and barbecue sauces to apple butter, also Cinnamon Apple Butter to tables around the country.Pickled Green Beans Beyond the JarYour first intention for using Pickled Green Beans may be to incorporate them into salads. They add an excellent, refreshing bite to a dish of leafy vegetables, tomatoes, and olives, sure, but try them beyond the standard green salad. Their vinegar bite balances out a creamy pasta or potato salad, and they brighten a bowl of legumes in bean salads. They also make a wonderful addition as cornichons for a charcuterie or pate plate.


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