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Spring has FINALLY arrived in upstate New York and we are celebrating the new season by welcoming the Fabulous Beekman Boys to our Saratoga store! On Sunday, April 24th, Josh & Brent will be in The Savory Pantry signing copies of their inspirational cookbooks and sampling their their tasty small-batch foods. A few of our favorites? Champagne Jelly, a sweet, bubbly note that offers the perfect accompaniment to a fine triple cream cheese. Goat's Milk Fudge Sauce— over ice cream, fresh fruit, or simply on a spoon, the decadent sauce is a customer favorite made from the milk of goats living on Josh and Brett’s famous farm. And Ommegang Beer Jellies, from the famed brewery in Cooperstown, are delicious paired with cheese or as a boozy, hoppy spread for sandwiches.

Mother's Day is right around the corner, and both our Arkansas and New York stores are stocked with a range of lovely and fitting gifts for Mom, Grandmom, and all the matriarchs in your life. Cookbooks, candles, soaps, & lotions, and of course a beautiful selection of teas, all come together in a gorgeous gift she will treasure. Call us asap to discuss a custom gift if you desire!

We've also been busy on the Savory Pantry blog: Taste.Savor.Share. Be sure to check in frequently for our favorte recipes and delicious tips for easy entertaining!

Our Featured Producer:
Pink House Alchemy



Whether you are looking to impress your own guests with delicious, original cocktails including flavors like cardamom and sarsaparilla, or you want to share the gift of inspired flavors with your favorite at-home bartender or chef, Pink House Alchemy has something to pique every palate.

Named for the 115-year-old pink house in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where co-owner Emily Lawson lived when the company was launched, Pink House Alchemy thoughtfully crafts small-batch syrups, shrubs, and bitters for use in cocktails and recipes from salad dressings to icings.

Emily’s love of food began with her first job in a bakery, saw her through culinary school, and on to the University of Arkansas where she became enthralled with food science. Her love of bartending created a natural segue into cocktails, following the growing national thirst for specialty cocktail makings, especially those that bring together unexpected combinations like Pink House’s Strawberry Black Pepper Shrub and Pineapple Rosemary Shrub . These pairings surprise, but also seem natural, and a goal of Pink House is to take the fussiness out of quality cocktails and bring them within reach for all.

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