GUIDE: National

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    Rick's Picks

    With snazzy names like Phat Beets (aromatic pickled beets), Kool Gherks (whole dill pickles), and Hotties (spicy Sriracha pickle chips), Rick’s products definitely appeal to adventurous palates. READ REVIEW

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    Righteous Felon

    These guys only use Black Angus Beef from Roseda Farm, and lace their meat with some of the most addictive substances known to humankind, such as black truffles, brown sugar, and, you guessed it, beer. READ REVIEW

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    Rootz Sauce

    Rootz founder Kaitlin Chamblin understands that condiments should provide hungry, creative eaters with options, which is why she ensured her products would rule for everything from dunking and drizzling to marinating, simmering, and stewing. READ REVIEW

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    Roxbury Mountain Maple

    From the heart of the Catskills in upstate New York, this 50-acre farm taps some of the finest maple syrup available. Their online store turns out this liquid gold in just about any form you can dream up—maple sugar, maple butter, candy popcorn, or by the glass bottle—whether for a gift, a wedding favor, or your own sweet stash. READ REVIEW

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    Royal Hawaiian Honey

    Find out why Royal Hawaiian Honey's luscious Organic Christmas Berry variety was picked by Fancy Food magazine as editor's choice. READ REVIEW

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    Saffron + Kumquats

    Saffron + Kumquats helps turn your home cooking into an adventure via a delicious monthly subscription. Take your taste buds to places as far flung as Morocco and India, with packages of beautiful ingredients and recipes from a different part of the world each month. READ REVIEW

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    Salt Traders

    Think of Salt Traders as your dream pantry filled with artisanal spices and specialty salts you never knew existed. Only it’s not a dream—it’s the real-life brainchild of Chef Didi Davis. READ REVIEW

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    Saltopia

    Saltopia offers over 65 different salt infusions to choose from, each more delicious-sounding and flavor-enhancing than the next. READ REVIEW

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    SeaBear

    Back in 1957, a fisherman in Anacortes, Washington decided to start smoking his catch, and we’re so glad he did. READ REVIEW

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    Seattle Chocolates

    Sure, Seattle’s better known for coffee and rain, but it’s also home sweet home to some seriously good chocolate awesomeness. READ REVIEW


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