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What to do with a Thousand Pound Egg?
We will do our best to enlighten, enliven and educate.. Sharing our passions is way to make new foodie connections and friends and maybe together you can figure it out.
Artisanal old world style Salamis from the Northwest, Sweet and salty Bacon Caramel Corn from the Midwest,Turkey, Beef and Pork Jerky from the West. We've got local Homestead honeys ,and lavender-laced honey from North Carolina. Stock up on seasonal fruit and chile jams from here, there and everywhere.
We have thoughtful and inspiring tools, serving pieces and accessories to make eating and cooking more enjoyable.
Silverplate flatware from the 1930's,sassy, modern shatterproof stemless goblets that look like glass, Artisanal, functional pottery by local artist Meriah Browning, Asparagus tongs that look like a giant asparagus spear-oh the irony of the early 20th century...and there's mid century modern... A mod picnic bubble from the 60's that contains plates, cups and utensils for a fab picnic for 4. Japanese flatware from the 70's.Or howsabout a solid Taylor Woodcraft Butcher Block worktable(just $495 !!!), or a Boos Block or quirky red table salvaged from a 1920's cottage in Sailboat Bend? You never know what you will find.