GUIDE: National

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    Milk Jar Cookies

    At Milk Jar Cookies, it’s all about baker Courtney Cowan’s favorite types: soft and chewy. She made her first cookie dough when she was seven and it’s been perfected through years of tweaking. READ REVIEW

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    Mommy Sauce

    Mama cooks best. And when her name is Mommy Choi—aka mother of taco truck legend and celebrity chef, Roy Choi—you listen to your mama. READ REVIEW

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    Morning Glory Confections

    “Unexpected flavors like Thai curry (hello, lemongrass!) and spiced chai take this sweet out of the realm of grandma’s kitchen and onto the world stage.”—Sean Timberlake READ REVIEW

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    Murray's Cheese

    Opened back in 1940 in New York City, today Murray's is the ultimate spot for artisan cheese and charcuterie from around the world. READ REVIEW

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    Norm's Farms

    While most elderberry products you can find are from imported concentrates, these are the real deal, made from farm-fresh North American berries. READ REVIEW

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    Nueske's

    Simply put, Nueske’s is the gold standard of bacon. Starting with high-quality pork raised to their specifications, the Nueske family hand-trims it, cures it, and smokes it for 24 hours over applewood logs—the way they’ve been making bacon since 1933. READ REVIEW

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    O & Co.

    Beautifully packaged, with tasting notes and suggested food pairings provided, O&CO.’s offerings truly are the true Grand Cru’s of the olive oil world. READ REVIEW

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    Oregon Growers

    Oregon Growers’ jams and preserves are crafted with fruit from local, sustainable family farms—apples and pears from Wells & Sons Farms, marionberries and strawberries from the Willamette Valley Fruit Company, and more—and very little else. READ REVIEW

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    P.o.p. candy co.

    Made in Santa Monica from just a few basic ingredients—butter, cane sugar, nuts, and brown-rice syrup—and sourced from the farmers market. Most flavors are gluten free. READ REVIEW


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