in The Savory Pantry
When life gives you lemons, make . . . lots of fabulous drinks and dishes! Cocktail hour looks even brighter when you wash your martini glass in kosher Pure Lemon Extract from Nielsen-Massey. Preserved Lemons from Les Moulins Mahjoub are known for their intense flavor and the mild red pepper adds an additional layer as an accompaniment to grilled fish or baked chicken. Entrees and sides will be enlivened with Agrumato Lemon Olive Oil from Abruzzo, where whole-fruit lemons and olives are crushed together to create this award-winning oil. Artichoke Lemon Pesto + Egg Tagliolini with Lemon makes a crowd-pleasing pasta dish in minutes. They'll feel like royalty when you serve Elizabethan Pantry Lemon Curd, perfect for a breakfast spread for scones or toast, with tea, or to add zest to a cheese board alongside Citrus-Stuffed Halkidiki Olives. Turn sour into sweet with refreshing J&M Foods Lemon Tea Cookies. Craving more citrus? We're just getting started!
The first leg of the triple crown surprised us all, and who knows what will happen as we move through the next two finishes? Our Gifts for the Horse Racing Enthusiast are sure bets as you cheer hooves down the home stretch this spring. From "They're in the Stretch" Natural Linen Cocktail Napkins to a Willow Picnic Basket for 2 to Don's Mint Julep Mix, we're here to make your gifting and entertaining a classic winner.
Keep springing forward with our Spring Entertaining Category, filled with all things bright, fruity, and citrusy. We're especially excited to share Coconut & Lime French Vinaigrette, new in from L'Olivier. These new, innovative vinaigrettes blend infused oils and pulp vinegars to highlight spring salads, vegetables, and seafood.
Our Featured Producer:
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.