Having started our own specialty foods company (a la Mustard and Co.), we understand what it takes to bring a spectacular product to life and keep it alive. It starts with the product, which is why we only work with brands that not only taste out of this world, but are equally as beautiful. Next, we work with the best shops around the country that have a passion for the items they offer - if you love it, you'll customers will too. Last, but certainly not least, we're here to provide the support necessary to set everyone up for success.
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Finally, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. If you're here, the best person to connect with is probably Bryan. You can reach him at email@example.com or 734 904 9877.
Mother and daughter duo, Ayako and Alessandra Gordon make all of their jams by hand and source all of their fruit from their partners at Mair Farm-Taki Orchards — a Japanese Organic farm in Washington’s Yakima Valley. Each batch is made with simple ingredients (sugar + fruit + fruit pectin) and with all the love, care, and patience you’d expect out of a homemade jam.
Bonache is certainly not your average hot sauce. Beginning with quality chiles that have flavor in addition to their heat, Bonache adds ingredients you wouldn't expect, such as carrots and fresh lime juice, or cucumbers and radishes. As for the name Bonache (Bo-natch), who knows? It's a word made up by the founder, Marc's three year old son to describe many, many things.
Bow Hill is on a mission rooted in history. What started as a Blueberry farm in 1947 and is now the longest-running Blueberry farm in Washington's Skagit Valley is now the site of the Soltes family homestead and Blueberry mecca. Since 2011, Harley and Susan have worked tirelessly (as farmers do) to bring the soil back to life and transition the fields to organic, all the while adding beautifully packaged and tasting items like the one above.
The name captures it all - Bro Joe's Lil' Salad Dressings. There's a lot there, yet #TheGeneralStory of Bro Joe tells it all:
Joe, our bro, has a desk here at Stocked Studios. Bro Joe loves salad. But, as Bro Joe told us one day, "I buy a big bottle of salad dressing, use it once, let is sit in my fridge for two years, then have to throw it out." Well Bro Joe, these lil' 4 oz bottles of salad dressing are for you, and for all the others out there that share the same salad misery.
Turns out Bro Joe is also a simple kinda guy. So, each of the three dressings include just 4 ingredients: 1) organic extra virgin olive oil, 2) white or traditional balsamic vinegar 3) Jacobsen Salt Co. salt and 4) a particular flavor oil (.e.g grapefruit oil). It may honestly be the only salad dressing out there that uses only extra virgin olive oil as its oil.
Michael Callahan has been a fan of hot sauces all of his adult life. He started making them for himself, friends and family many years ago. And so it struck him, why not give it a go as a business. Just like any young fella might do, he went about doing the research. Fast forward to June 23rd, 2015 when he sold his first bottle of Callahan's Habanero Hot Sauce to Corey, the guy he met when picking up his first 500 labels at Northwest Label in Magnolia. Thanks, Corey.
Drinking Buddies is about bringing people together to spend time with each other. It’s a call to get to know each other, share stories, ideas, and thoughts, because when we do, connections are made. And this is exactly how Drinking Buddies came to be. As the story goes, during one afternoon brainstorming session here at Stocked Kitchens, drink in hand, we realized that combining four items we already made right here made a killer Bloody Mary: Callahan’s Worcestershire and Hot Sauce, Mustard and Co., and Quickles pickling brine. So, grab some friends and pour yourself some drinks. Because who knows what's next?
These flavored nut butters come from our friends in Portland. Started by Michael in the Eliot neighborhood of Portland, these here are not your average peanut butters. Inspired by a moment of brilliance while snacking on a bag of spicy Thai cashews, Michael realized that while flavored nut butters exist, they always tend to be sweet. And so, the bolder, savory side of nut butters was born with the adult palate in mind. Here's to you Michael, you're a genius.
Like their childish counterparts, these peanut butters pair perfectly with just a spoon, yet their unique flavors also mesh well in all sorts of recipes, from Thai food to desserts.
So, go ahed, grab a jar and join us at the big-kid table.
Georgetown Pantry Supply is Stocked General Store's in-house brand focusing on a line of pantry staples. With GPS we aspire to offer a line of everyday items that are easy on the wallet and beautiful on the eye, all the while maintaining the same quality we’d want in our very own pantries.
Our flagship product is a perfect example. Georgetown Pantry Supply Raw Honey comes from beekeepers here in the Northwest that have been harvesting honey locally for 40+ years using the best practices known to beekeeping. It carries all the buzzwords when it comes to honey: it's 100% pure, raw and unfiltered honey, and the bee's are never fed high fructose corn syrup. It, like the rest of the line, is incredible stuff.
There's two things you must know about Krista. One, she is a gal of action. When she wants something, she makes it happen. Two, she has quite the sweet tooth. So, in 2014, after graduating from college a year early (in and out!) and spending a year doing marketing for an ice cream company, Krista did what she had her heart set on: She quit her 9 to 5 to follow her dream of owning her own business, letting her sweet tooth guide the way. Krista's Baking Co. was born, bringing a bit of class and flavor to essential baking staples.
The New Mexico Hatch Chile pepper is unlike any other. Grown in various regions throughout the state, including the famous Hatch Valley, these peppers are known for their subtle spice and delightful flavor. Quality, simplicity, and authenticity are the most important aspects of the New Mexico Chile. These values drive the Los Roast lineup and their mission. From there, they're roasted using traditional methods, peeled and chopped just like New Mexicans have been doing for years.
Mustard and Co. was launched on the basis that good food should be enjoyed in the company of bold condiments. Bold condiments have bold flavors and bold flavor means quality. To achieve superior quality, we stick to a minimum number of ingredients, all of which are recognizable and have great flavor. That means balsamic vinegar in place of distilled white vinegar, extra virgin olive oil in place of a more ordinary one, local raw honey, and salt from here in the Northwest.
And since we eat with our eyes first, bold means striking packaging that grabs the eye, begs for attention and gets the conversation going.
Quickles, quite simply, is a pickling concentrate, so that you can make quick pickles, AKA refrigerator pickles at home. It takes all the thinking out and maintains all the fun. All you must do is this: chop up about a half pound of produce, like cucumbers or carrots or boiled beets. Pack them into a pint sized jar. Pour your Quickles concentrate in the jar, and top it off with water until your produce is completely submerged. From there, just let it sit in the fridge for a day or two, then enjoy your own homemade Quickles!
Villa Jerada is a labor of love and family. Named after their house in Morocco, this line of condiments captures Mehdi's memories of family activity in the kitchen. As he'll tell you, he's been "blessed with a mom who loves to cook and with all modesty she has a reputation for being a good cook." Here you'll find a set of condiments Mehdi's Mom uses to bring the rich flavors of Moroccan cooking to life.
Many Asian kitchen staples are difficult to make – involving deep frying, caramelizing, and pungent aromas. Wei Pantry brings all of those flavors without the heavy lifting. Their products are 100% handmade, all natural, and emphasize local ingredients. People often ask whether their products or recipes are "Vietnamese," or "Chinese," or "French." The answer is all of the above. These products come from countries with complex histories that are reflected in the depth and versatility of their flavors, giving them relevance across the spectrum, from Asian cooking to French cuisine.