Buon Appetito, Y'all
It is a blessing for the meal to come
It can be said that Italians and Southerners share a love of food that is unadorned. Both native cuisines have a tradition of turning humble ingredients – ground corn, bitter greens, cured pork – into poetry on the plate. Coming together splendidly, this collection is a celebration of artisan who bring the best of Italy to the South.
Southern Artisan Bean to Bar
Mass production is out; single-origin beans are in. These Southern chocolate makers are traveling to the tropical chocolate lands, even to specific cacao plantations, to source the finest cocoa beans. This Chocolate box, allows chocolate lovers, perhaps for the first time, to fully experience chocolate terroir with a mix of Southern flavor
Po'Boy Sandwich simple,
but a cut above
What’s a summer picnic without the perfect simple sandwich - Hero? Sub? Hoagie? Grinder? Not in New Orleans. These words are foreign to the vocabulary of a native New Orleanian. That’s because in New Orleans, they eat po’boys. Inspired by the Southern city known for its easy, laid back style, this collection is filled with delectable choices to accompany your po’boy picnic.
Puttin' Up The Garden
Relish the joys of garden fresh flavor
It would be difficult to imagine the landscape of the Southern dinner tables without an array of preserves, pickles and sweet relishes rounding out its corners. Many kinds of vegetables – okra, peppers, corn and of course cucumbers are southern favorites for pickling.
Simple, Fresh, Southern
A contemporary sensibility to the southern breakfast
Breakfast has always been a major repast in the South. This collection is a lighter version of a morning classic. The authentic flavor of organic heirloom grains and handcrafted sorghum makes this very symbolic of much that is distinctive and exemplary about food from the South.
If you're from the South, just like peanut butter, your childhood fond memories likely include a pimento cheese sandwich on white bread and a bottle of coke. This gift set is taking the old school lunch standard to culinary heights. Eat the peanut butter or pimento cheese right out of the jar, slather it on a celery stick, on a Ritz cracker or serve warm - - - in grilled sandwiches
Southern Teacake Tower
This recipe is remembrance
To a person who has never lived in the Southern United States this simple treat may appear to be nothing more than a simple cookie, but every true Southerner likely has Fond memories of watching grandma turn simple ingredients such as vanilla, sugar, Flour and butter into a sweet stickly dough that while baking in the oven filled the house with the aroma of vanilla