A Few of our favorites producers

Parmigiano Reggiano

‘The King of Italian Cheese’
Not all the wheels that bear the world famous Parmigiano Reggiano name are created equal. This one is made by a dairy nearly 2,000 feet up in the hills outside of Modena, Italy. The high altitude makes for plenty of diversity in the grasses, herbs and flowers growing in the cows’ pastures. The cheese is then full of the pasture’s complex flavors! The finished cheese has a really rich, wonderfully complex flavor with a lovely, long finish and no bitterness or mouthburn that often mars others.

The Brinery

Masters of vegetable fermentation, led by David Klingenberger in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Brinery makes all natural brine-fermented vegetables such as
sauerkraut, kimchi and pickles. thebrinery.com

Rick’s Picks – The People’s Pickles

ricks-picksEvoking the mouth-watering spirit of New York deli pickles! This chunky garlicky dill pickle hails from the Lower East Side of New York; it’s the People’s Choice. The people have spoken and we agree with them!!

American Spoon Spoonfruits

American SpoonSugar-free preserves from Petoskey, Michigan. Cooked in small batches, when the fruit is ripe in late summer, sweetened with fruit juice rather than refined sugar. That difference makes them a more tart than normal preserves. Good news for folks who like things a little less sweet.

Columbus Salami – Rosette De Lyon

Columbus CresponeThis country style salami that hails traditionally from Lyon but is being made in California is a staple of picnics and charcuterie plates. Spiced with red wine, garlic, salt and pepper, this salami is a favorite of many. Try it sliced thin for a perfect bite size piece. columbussalame.com

Handmade Mozzarella

We make mozzarella from cow’s milk curd from Bel Gioioso every morning. Its extremely fresh, milky-sublime flavor will have you spoiled from other store bought mozzarella.

Kalamata olives from Divina

From a Single-Estate in Greece, these hand-picked organic olives are plump, sweetly briny and buttery. We also sell pitted Kalamata olives by the pound.

Kerrygold Butter

kerrygold Made only when the cows are grazing in open pastures — you really can taste the difference in its big creamy flavor and softer texture. kerrygold.com/usa/