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™ 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.
Marketplace Books The Row 34 Cookbook
THE ROW 34 COOKBOOK: STORIES AND RECIPES FROM A NEIGHBORHOOD OYSTER BAR, award-winning chef Jeremy Sewall brings his popular New England oyster bars to the page. With more than 120 recipes for the home cook, this beautifully photographed cookbook celebrates oyster-bar culture along with the people that bring the restaurant to life. With his inventive interpretations of seafood classics such as fried oysters, smoked salmon, chowder, and fish and chips, Sewall shares the recipes that have made Row 34 one of the northeast’s most beloved seafood experience. Embedded in three great communities—Boston, MA, Burlington, MA and Portsmouth, NH—Row 34 continues to build relationships with farmers, fisherman, the sea and the communities surrounding them. Chapters cover Row 34 favorites, plus smoked and cured preparations; whole fish preparations; composed dishes; and essential sauces and sides. Throughout are practical “how-to” instructionals, an essential guide for preparing seafood, a helpful oyster primer, as well as profiles of experts from a fishmonger to fishermen. Full of easy-to-make recipes and rich storytelling, THE ROW 34 COOKBOOK is for anyone who appreciates the briny taste of raw oysters and delectable seafood. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Acclaimed Boston chef, restaurateur and seafood authority Jeremy Sewall has worked in kitchens around the globe, from the Relais & Chateau White Barn Inn, to Boston’s iconic L’Espalier, to one of the pioneers of the farm-to-table movement, The Lark Creek Inn in Larkspur, California. He is the author of the James Beard–nominated cookbook The New England Kitchen: Fresh Takes on Seasonal Recipes. Erin Byers Murray is a journalist specializing in food and wine, and the author of cookbooks and Shucked: Life on a New England Oyster Farm. James Beard award–winning chef Renee Erickson runs several Seattle restaurants, including the Walrus and the Carpenter. Food photographer and author Michael Harlan Turkell’s work has appeared in numerous publications; his cookbooks include Acid Trip: Travels in the World of Vinegar.