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in The Savory Pantry

St. Pat's is just around the corner on Sunday, March 17! Potlicker's Vermont Drafted Apricot Ale Beer Jelly, based on a signature Vermont brew and loaded with chunky apricots, and India Pale Ale Beer Jelly are ideal for boozing up a cheese platter, or glazing chicken wings or pork. It is also rumored to bring the luck of the Irish!

Join us in the Potlicker Kitchen and get to know our March Featured Producer, Nancy Warner, through our "Meet the Maker" post on our Taste.Savor.Share Blog and check out Potlicker Kitchen's "Shop by Producer" category to stock up on artisan jams and jellies with uncommon flavor.

With free ground shipping on orders of $80 or more, it's a great time to hop into our Easter Gifts and Spring Entertaining category. We are twitching our whiskers to please every bunny on your list with gifts at every price point like our Easter Nibbles Gift Tote ($48), Castronovo White Chocolate with Sicilian Lemon Oil & Lemon Salt Bar ($10), or our Easter Sweets Gift Basket ($92). When dinner is at your house, choose from one of our succulent Arkansas hams, fully cooked and delivered straight to your doorstep, or add an air of spring to your table by rubbing your roasted chicken with one of our EVOOs or Citrus Pressed Oils before sprinkling it with Herbes de Provence. Mix things up at the bar with Strawberry Rhubarb, Cassis Berry, Cucumber, Strawberry Dill, or Texas Grapefruit Shrubproduct/texas-grapefruit-shrub.

Our Featured Producer:
Potlicker Kitchen

A common Southern name for the liquid remaining in the pot when ingredients are simmered for hours, the Potlicker Kitchen name also imbues all founder Nancy Warner does to encourage her customers to savor the best ingredients and get the most out of life.

Just a year before Potlicker Kitchen's sales skyrocketed, Nancy was transforming the passion for foraging that she'd developed as an archaeologist into a canning hobby. After making one of the first beer jellies on the market from a friend's Vermont home-brewed beer, customers couldn't get enough. Today, her full line relies on "traditional techniques with uncommon flavors," using local ingredients whenever possible.

In The Savory Pantry, you'll find award-winning flavors like Margarita Marmalade, Cucumber Jalapeno Jam, Vermont Crafted Carrot Cake Jam, and Apricot Ale and India Pale Ale Beer Jellies. (And keep your mouth open for the soon-to-be-stocked Cabernet & Black Pepper Wine Jelly.)

Join us in the Potlicker Kitchen and get to know Nancy Warner through our "Meet the Maker" post on our Taste.Savor.Share Blog.