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Bee Local Honey: Powellhurst ($13)
This hyper-local honey is sourced from backyard hives around town, expressing the terroir of individual neighborhoods.
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Alma Chocolate: Lavender Salted Caramel Sauce ($8)
The gem of Sarah Hart’s caramel sauces, this lightly floral favorite begs for a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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Blossom Vinegars: Blueberry Basil ($14)
Fresh-picked local fruits and herbs put the essence of Oregon into these vinegars for summery brightness year-round.
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Pok Pok: Tamarind Som ($16.95)
Add a splash of this sweet-and-sour drinking vinegar to sparkling water or your favorite spirit for an exotic beverage.
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Camden’s Catsup ($3.75)
This gourmet condiment, which garnered local fame at Little Big Burger, is sweetened with honey and spiked with Sriracha.
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Jacobsen Salt Co: flake finishing Sea Salt ($10)
These large, textured salt flakes result from the very slow evaporation of freshly harvested Oregon seawater.
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Choi’s Kimchi Company: Radish Kimchi ($6)
This small-batch kimchi packs a powerful kick of ginger and chile, along with chunks of local daikon radishes.
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Fatdog Mustard ($6)
Not for the faint of heart, this artisanal mustard is bursting with horseradish and spicy serrano peppers.
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Ayers Creek farm: Blackcap Jam ($7)
Tiny blue-black raspberries are harvested from an organic family farm in Gaston to make these rich preserves.
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Abby’s Table: Dream Date Sauce ($6)
Abby’s vegan and gluten-free sauce line includes this concoction of dates, cashew butter, and coconut milk.
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Portland Pepper Sauce: Fresanero Pepper Sauce ($4.95)
Fresno and habanero peppers, vinegar, and salt give this sauce fresh flavor and heat.
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Unbound Pickling: Beatnik Pickled Beets ($8.99)
Beets come alive in a brine of pomegranate and beet-green juice with chai spices, tarragon, and fennel.
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Podnah’s Pit: Texas BBQ Sauce ($6)
Spiked with fruit, anchovies, and coffee, this complex rib-topper is rich and thick with a touch of slow-burn spice.
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Nut-tritious Foods: Hazelnut Butter ($5)
With sunflower and flax seeds in the mix, you can feel good about eating this nut butter with a spoon.
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Kelly’s Jelly: Habanero Pepper Jelly ($6.50)
Made with a blend of bell peppers and fresh habaneros, this jelly balances sweet and heat like a pro.
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