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Stock Up: Three Mixes to Help You Eat Healthy in 2018

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There’s a lot to be said for shelf-stable mixes. Easy to keep on hand and convenient to use, they’re great pantry staples, especially when they’re made with real ingredients. These days many are gluten-free as well.

Real Pancakes

Birch Benders “Micro-Pancakery” makes over a dozen pancake and waffle mixes that are as simple as possible to use. Just add water. Truly. That’s it. We tried the Paleo mix. It’s grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free. My not-Paleo, not-a-fan-of-“diet”-food husband said, “These are great pancakes.” That was high praise indeed. Birch Benders also offers traditional mixes like buttermilk, organic mixes that come ...

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Buy This: 3 easy ways to enjoy more turmeric

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Turmeric is definitely trending for 2018. Not long ago, turmeric was just one in the arsenal of spices you needed to cook delicious Indian food. But now the curcumin it contains is being studied for its health benefits and people are consuming it in all kinds of new ways.

Turmeric in Your Bone Broth

Bone broths have been around as long as people have been making meat stocks, but lately they’re gaining in popularity primarily because people are recognizing that they work as a beverage that’s high in protein and low in carbs. McCormick’s Kitchen Basics line of bone broths ...

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Stock Up: Three Easy Ways to Season Your Meals

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You know one of the keys to eating healthy is adding more add herbs and spice to your cooking (instead of fats and salt). But you’re afraid you’re going to waste most of that bunch of basil or head of garlic. We’ve got several solutions for you. Will these eliminate all fresh herbs from our kitchen? No. But when you’re in a pinch or in a hurry, these are great to have in the freezer or pantry.

Dorot’s Pre-Portioned Fresh Garlic and Herbs

Love garlic. Hate peeling it. Hate chopping it. That’s me. Then I tried Dorot’s Chopped Garlic Cubes ...

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Stock Up: Three Ideas for a Healthy Start to the New Year

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Are you ready for New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier and enjoy it more? We’ve got three great tools that will help get you there.

Cut Up Vegetables in Seconds

It’s likely that carrot sticks, cucumber sticks and radish wedges are part of your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthy. Chef’n’s QuickStick Preserve Prep Lid makes short work of prepping these vegetables. It’s a plastic lid that fits onto a wide mouth canning jar. Screw it on, then insert your vegetable and use the pusher to put it through the blades. The vegetable sticks or wedges fall directly into the ...

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Buy This: 3 last minute food ideas for your New Year’s Eve celebration

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Three things we think you’ll enjoy as treats for the big night.

Gorgeous Macarons

Macarons from A Cacao Affair

At A Cacao Affair in Marietta, Karl Vivier dreams up chocolates flavored with Georgia olive oil, Tahitian vanilla, wine, whisky and all manner of delicious things. He makes each chocolate himself, hand decorating it and hand packing the chocolates in pretty presentation boxes. But when we met him at the Woodstock Farmers Market, what caught our eye were his beautiful macarons. These inch-and-a-half almond flour cookies are sandwiched with ganache or jam. Their beautiful pastel colors make them Instagram-worthy and their ...

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Buy This: 3 gifts for the kids on your list (and maybe you)

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Simply Gum

A cookbook? Something that looks like a book but isn’t? Or something else to chew on?

MasterChef Junior Cookbook

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Are your kids crazy about the food shows on TV? Do they dream of competing on MasterChef Junior? This cookbook is a compilation of 100 recipes inspired by the dishes made during the first five seasons of the show. Each recipe names the young chef who inspired the dish and the season they appeared on the program. We tested the book with two cooks, eight- and six-years old. We made the Pappardelle with No Vodka Sausage Sauce from season ...

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Stock Up: 3 last-minute gift ideas perfect for the foodie in your life

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It’s late, but it’s not too late, to order online.

Coffee delivery?

Is coffee the right gift for someone on your list? We’ve got a suggestion that’s particularly fun for someone who’s into all things military. Victory Coffees is veteran owned and plays up its military connections in its products and its packaging. Our household even enjoyed the box, designed to look like a soldier’s trunk and printed with the company logo reminiscent of Rosie the Riveter. The coffee is all organically grown and fair trade. You can order enough for 30 cups of coffee at a time (two 12-ounce ...

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Buy This: 3 gift ideas for the foodie on your list

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Three ideas for your holiday shopping list: Delicious fresh Italian olive oil, an appliance that will change the way they cook and beautiful cookware made in the Southeast.

Marcelli Formaggi Olio Fresco Novello

Andrew and Christina Marcelli, siblings and co-owners of Marcelli Formaggi, returned from Italy in October with a limited number of organic, first press olio fresco novello (fresh olive oil) to offer their customers, pressed just this fall. This is their third year partnering with a farm in Abruzzo, a region that borders the Adriatic Sea. They travel to Abruzzo to help with the harvest, a process in ...

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Buy This: 3 tasty treats to pick up while visiting Madison

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Headed to Madison for the annual Holiday Tour of Homes, November 30 through December 2? Make a small detour just south of I-20 to Farmview Market. You can have a delicious meal, take home prepared foods and stock up on your favorite Georgia groceries.

Creamy Hickory King Grits

Each day, the staff at Farmview Market grinds Hickory King corn into delicious grits and cornmeal. You can watch the grist mill in operation through the window in the market’s grocery store. The corn comes from Rock House Farm in Leesburg, just north of Albany. Hickory King is an heirloom non-GMO ...

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Buy This: 3 great snacks for holiday entertaining

Chances are good when Thanksgiving arrives, there’ll be more entertaining going on at your house.  You want to have a few tricks up your sleeve for easy ways to entertain your guests. These will work as pre-dinner nibbles, snacks for watching the latest football game or a treat for the cooks in the kitchen.

Thyme to Garnish Herb and Spice Mixes

Becky Battle will tell you the story of her life on the culinary road from cooking her first recipe out of McCall’s magazine in the 1960s to today with Thyme to Garnish, her homegrown dried veggie, herb and spice blend business. In this iteration she’s selling seven easy ways to improve what comes out of your kitchen. We tried her Dilly My Chips (yes, you can dress up potato chips, just warm a 10.5-ounce bag of low sodium potato chips and sprinkle with the mix) and Sorta Spicy Very Veggie (an updated version of that spinach dip you know so well – thawed frozen spinach, sour cream and mayonnaise) and our guests eagerly devoured them both. Because they’re stirred up right here in Atlanta, everything is fresh and because Battle has done the experimenting for you, the mixtures have just the right combination of tang, heat and yes, umami. All those years Battle has been experimenting in her kitchen will pay off for you and your guests. Now her Le Cordon Bleu-trained daughter is joining the business and there’ll be even more to look forward to in the coming year.
$6 per 1-ounce and 2-ounce bags. thymetogarnish.com

 

Atlanta Flats Crackers

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The Grateful Bread Company is an artisan bakery producing breads and pastries for metro Atlanta hotels, restaurants and caterers. A while back, Laurie Moore of farm share membership group Moore Farms and Friends asked the baker, Alex McDaniel, if he could produce a flatbread cracker for her members. The answer was “yes” and the result was Atlanta Flats crackers available in everything, black pepper and rosemary sesame flavors. The crackers are paper thin and crisp but thick enough that they don’t shatter. You can feel confident spreading a piece with your favorite chevre or some delicious fresh cultured butter. Moore swears the crackers will keep crisp for a month, but the bag barely lasted a day at our house so we can’t comment on that. Moore Farms and Friends sells the crackers at the Saturday morning Freedom Farmers Market, or those who are members of the farm’s online market can order from them there. Or you can buy direct from the bakery.
$8 per 6-ounce package. jar. Retail store open Thursdays and Fridays. The Grateful Bread Company, 1600 Roswell Street, Smyrna. 770-436-7173. thegratefulbreadcompany.com

 

Pizootz Infused Peanuts

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Yes, you could put out a bowl of just any old nuts, or you could wow your guests with these new infused-flavor Virginia peanuts from Pizootz. These are not peanuts rolled around in some random spice mix. These are premium Virginia peanuts boiled in a marinade of spices, then slow roasted for 24 hours. The result is peanuts where the flavor is deep inside the peanuts, not just sprinkled on the outside where some run-of-the-mill and overly salty spice mix makes its way to your fingers and clothes. And the flavors are ingenious. We sampled them all: Sea Salt, Baja Taco, Bay Spice, Habanero, Blazing Buffalo, Sea Salt and Vinegar, Sea Salt and pepper and our new favorite, New York Dill Pickle. Everyone commented on how at first you think you’re just eating a plain peanut and then the flavors hit you as you chew. Your guests will love them.
$3 per 1.45-ounce bag, $19.95 per 16-ounce bag. Available at all GNC stores. pizootz.com

 

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Stock Up: Three Things You Need for Your Thanksgiving Prep

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An oven thermometer

Most of us know our ovens get more workout between November 15 and December 31 than any other time of the year. If you’re going to put your oven through its paces, do you ever think to check the temperature at which it’s baking? Time right now to invest in an oven thermometer. It’s an inexpensive way to make sure your pies, cakes, gratins and roasted vegetables turn out exactly as you expect. Just because you set your oven to 350 degrees doesn’t mean it will actually be holding that temperature. Stand an oven thermometer on the ...

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Buy This: 3 must-have food products from the north Georgia mountains

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Taking in the colorful leaves or doing a little wine tasting in north Georgia? You’ll want to check out these items for your pantry.

Unicoi Preserves Georgia Vineyard Fire Spread

In 2014, Suzy and Clark Neal started their company, Unicoi Preserves, in Sautee-Nacoochee, right in the middle of north Georgia’s wine country. These small batch preserves makers specialize in fruit spreads which are sweet but not too sweet. And they frequently incorporate a little heat into their spreads. We tried the Georgia Vineyard Fire Spread, made with Georgia-grown Chambourcin grapes from nearby Habersham Winery. The Chambourcin is a French-American hybrid ...

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Buy This: 3 olive products you need in your pantry

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Olive oil, olive juice.Try at least one of each.

Alta Cucina Italia Flavored Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Adriana Coppola grew up in a small town near Naples, Italy. Since moving to John’s Creek, she’s created Alta Cucina Italia, a line of artisan condiments and sauces that remind her of the flavors of home. Among her many offerings, she sells extra virgin Italian olive oil mixed with the flavors of Naples – parsley, red pepper and garlic. We’ve become big fans of infused and seasoned olive oils. When the olive oil and seasonings are high quality, there’s no easier way to ...

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Stock Up: Three reasons to go shopping in Marietta

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Shopping for food or food products? Here are three reasons to head to Marietta.

A Georgia cutting board from The Local Exchange

Everything Georgia and a Georgia cutting board to serve it on

Visit The Local Exchange on the south side of the Marietta square and you walk into a general store that sells everything from local art and vintage antiques to a huge variety of food items ranging from fresh butter and cheese to local coffee, beer and wine. You will have no trouble finding the perfect hostess gift, birthday present or treat for yourself. But you better allow ...

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Stock Up: Three reasons to go shopping in Marietta

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Shopping for food or food products? Here are three reasons to head to Marietta.

A Georgia cutting board from The Local Exchange

Everything Georgia and a Georgia cutting board to serve it on

Visit The Local Exchange on the south side of the Marietta square and you walk into a general store that sells everything from local art and vintage antiques to a huge variety of food items ranging from fresh butter and cheese to local coffee, beer and wine. You will have no trouble finding the perfect hostess gift, birthday present or treat for yourself. But you better allow ...

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Buy This: 3 kitchen tools you’ll want in your arsenal this fall

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A well-designed mandoline 

A mandoline is a terrific kitchen tool. Used safely it makes perfect and even slices faster than most of us could ever do it with a knife. Recently we tested UrbanTrend’s Mistral Mini Mandoline Slicer. The thing we liked the most is that it slices on both the forward and backward motion, so you cut your fruits and vegetables in half the time. Another nice feature is that choosing the thickness of your slices is made with an easy built-in adjuster. Just slide it in and out, nothing to unscrew or move. You’re never near the blade. ...

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Buy This: 3 deep, rich flavors to spice up your fall – and not a pumpkin in the bunch

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We’ve got three treats made with dates, chocolate and spices to warm up your fall days.

Date Lady Caramel Sauces

Dates have always been a fall favorite for me. The dark rich flavor just says “Let’s get ready for cooler weather.” Being a caramel fan, and having just sampled Date Lady’s two updated (forgive the pun!) caramel sauces, I’ve now got two more reasons to celebrate. The regular caramel sauce has cream while the coconut caramel sauce is vegan. Both are made from organic ingredients and both are luscious and smooth. You can stir them into coffee, use them as ...

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Buy This: 3 grape products you need in your life

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Fall brings the grape harvest and for the Southeast, that means muscadines. We’re huge fans, loving the flavor. But the seeds and tough skins put a lot of people off. These folks have taken the work out of eating muscadines.

Butterfields Muscadine Grape Buds

Sometimes you just want a tiny taste of something sweet. And when that something sweet tastes like muscadines, all the better. Butterfields Candies in Nashville, North Carolina, makes “Buds,” 1/2-inch long candies in flavors like peach and honeybell. They just introduced their Muscadine Buds, flavored with natural grape and muscadine oils. The pale purple color comes ...

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Buy This: 3 things you need for your home bar

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Time to update your bar with a new mixer option, a syrup that takes the work out of cocktails and a delicious nibble to sustain you while mixing  those drinks.

Bruce Cost Ginger Ale

What’s a round of cocktails without a little tasty nibble? We are total snobs about cheese straws, preferring to make our own from a 1930s recipe we inherited from a lovely neighbor, tediously squeezing them out with her ancient screw-top cookie press. But we have to admit, Marilyn’s Gluten Free Gourmet Cheese Straws could make that a thing of the past. Marilyn Santulli makes her cheese ...

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Stock Up: Three Things That Are Worth a Drive to Woodstock

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Have you been to downtown Woodstock recently? There are charming restaurants, a great seasonal farmers market and several stops to tempt Atlanta foodies.

Pie Provisions Do-It-Yourself Crust Mix

Lauren and Cody Bolden and their team of bakers at Pie Bar on Woodstock’s Main Street sell fresh baked pies six days a week (Tuesday through Sunday). There are always at least six varieties of sweet and savory pies offered in six- and ten-inch sizes, available frozen or baked. We stopped in to meet Lauren and got a tour of the bakery where every pie is made by hand from crust to ...

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Buy This: Two fruits that might be new to you, plus an exotic chutney

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A few years ago none of us knew an acai berry from a goji berry. But these days tropical fruits are taking over our grocer’s shelves. We sampled two of the newest for you – jackfruit and monk fruit – and we’ve also got a delicious chutney that comes to us by way of South Africa.

Upton’s Naturals Jackfruit

Native to Southeast Asia, a fresh jackfruit is big (it can weigh up to 80 pounds) and spiky and has an odd but pleasant aroma. The flavor of ripe jackfruit has been described as like mangoes, bananas and pineapple. If you’d ...

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Buy This: 3 products that will make dinner quicker and easier but still delicious

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Yes, we’re all busy and we welcome a little help in the kitchen but only when that help means we’re making delicious meals. No shortcuts that compromise on quality or flavor. We’ve got three suggestions we think you’ll enjoy using in your kitchen.

Good, Really Good Broth from Zoup!

Family recipes are almost always the best. Ginger Butts of Back to the Basics 101 says her strawberry and peach crisp mix was inspired by family. “It was my grandma’s recipe. She was from Michigan. I think a crisp in the North is what a cobbler is in the South. But ...

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Buy This: 3 Georgia cookies you need in your cookie jar

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When there’s no time for homemade cookies, try these three cookies made in Georgia.

Strawberry Lemonade

Dexter Myers is a man of many talents. An indie music pioneer, he also loves to bake. On the road with his act, he’d serve cookies to his fans. One thing led to another, and Dexter Myers Cookies was born almost a decade ago. His cookies are soft and cake-like, filled with nuts and chocolate and fruit. We sampled his new Strawberry Lemonade cookies. You taste the butter, the lemon zest, the white chocolate and the bits of preserved strawberry. There’s also “The Crooner” ...

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Buy This: 3 food and cooking products you and the kids need to try

Spending time in the kitchen making delicious food with your kids? It’s a good thing. We’ve got a fun ice cream maker and if your kids are crazy about Instagram, we’ve got the perfect product for all their decorating fantasies. And if you had to choose between pickles and pudding, which would it be?

Sweet Spot Ice Cream Maker     

Your kids have seen this on YouTube even if you haven’t. The disk is about 11 inches round and an inch or so high. Put it in your freezer for 24 hours. Then pour a half cup of ice cream or slushie mixture onto the frozen surface. The liquid starts freezing in seconds. Use the plastic tools to scoop and scrape the mixture into a mound of ice cream. In about two minutes, you’ll have your first scoop. Dish that up, then freeze the next serving. We tried this with three kids and three adults and found we could make four batches before we had to refreeze the base. And it was so much fun. Leave the mixture on a bit longer before you begin working with it and you can scrape up long Instagram-worthy curls of ice cream. When you’re done, rinse it with warm water and put it back in the freezer. Now you’re ready the next time you get a craving for ice cream. And since it only makes a half cup of ice cream at a time, you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging. $49.99. Available at Williams Sonoma stores and online at http://chefnsweetspot.com.

ColorKitchen Decorative Food Colors

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The packaging says “from nature” and for every parent who wants to reduce the amount of artificial dyes in their kids’ food, these powdered colors are just the thing. ColorKitchen’s plant-based colors are made from ingredients like turmeric (yellow), spirulina (blue) and beets (pink). They’re powders, so they’ll have a long shelf life. Just mix a little powder with water and then color your frostings, ice cream, yogurt and even lemonade. The colors fade if baked, so they aren’t recommended for things that will be heated. Our kid testers turned our packets of yellow, blue and pink into seven different pastel colors that made the most gorgeous frosting. Our cupcakes looked like an edible garden. The colors are fairly light, so don’t expect to get a deep, deep blue, for example, without using more than one packet. $2.99 per 2.5-gram single color packet, $7.49 for packages with one color packet and rainbow sprinkles that aren’t made with hydrogenated oils. Available at http://amazon.com and http://thrivemarket.com.

Pickles ‘n Pudding

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Their motto is, “When you gotta have salty and sweet” and their entire product line is in their name – pickles and pudding. This is the home-based business of Adina Kalish and her daughter Ryan Neufield. (Older sister Talia helps by taste testing.) They make half and full sour pickles and lots of delicious flavors of pudding including banana cream, red velvet and pumpkin. The pudding maker is Ryan, 11 years old. The pickle maker is mom, Adina. And the business manager? That’s Ryan, too. They sell their wares every other week at the Saturday morning Sandy Springs Farmers Market. Maybe sampling their products will inspire your own young food entrepreneur. We bought both full and half sour pickles. The jars are packed with crunchy cucumbers, bits of fresh garlic, bay leaves, mustard seeds and peppercorns. And the pickles are salty in the way pickles should be. Pickles run $5 to $15 a jar, depending on size. Pudding is $4 a cup. And they offer larger sizes for parties and big families. You’ll find them at the Sandy Springs Farmers Market on Saturday, August 19, during the market’s hours of 8:30 a.m. to noon. They’re generally there every other week depending on school, soccer practice and other responsibilities. Get there early because they almost always sell out. http://picklesnpudding.com.

 

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Buy This: 3 things you need to buy if you’re headed to Georgia’s Golden Isles

Headed to the Georgia coast? We’ve got three things you need to add to your list of things to pick up while on vacation.

Southern Soul Barbecue on St. Simon’s

Southern Living magazine named Southern Soul Barbecue the South’s best barbecue for 2017. Their meats are amazing (we loved the turkey breast) and their sides are delicious (especially the collard greens), but we love the sauce. They make two barbecue sauces (Sweet Georgia Soul and Hot Georgia Soul), four hot sauces and a dry rub. We loved their signature sauce, Sweet Georgia Soul, for its rich sweetness – a mixture of mustard, sugars, vinegars and a whole lot of seasonings. If you’re anywhere on the Georgia coast you will want to eat there in person and take home a big bag full of their products including the one-pound smoked bologna roll. But if you can’t, they offer mail order as well. $14.00 for two 12-ounce bottles of BBQ sauce. Southern Soul Barbecue, 2020 Demere Road, St. Simon’s Island. 912-638-7685. http://southernsoulbbq.com. Also available at the Williams Sonoma shop at Ponce City Market.

Low Country Fish Fry from Canewater Farm in Darien

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Ansley and Rafe Rivers farm on 20 acres between Knox Creek and the Carneghan River. With the help of eight employees they call “wonderful,” they grow certified organic vegetables of all sorts, sorghum for syrup and non-GMO corn they mill into grits and cornmeal. Sifted cornmeal then yields corn flour or polenta. You can buy the straight grains, or their cornbread mix or fish fry. We tried the Low Country Fish Fry, a recipe that was Ansley’s dad’s. It’s a well-seasoned mix of organic non-GMO corn with pepper salt, paprika and more. There are no preservatives, so you need to keep it refrigerated. It’s great on fish, as intended, but works just as well on chicken, shrimp or oysters, and makes a tasty addition to hush puppies. The farm is in Darien, just north of Brunswick and south of Savannah, and the corn is milled at their family’s mountain farm in Ellijay. You can enjoy their vegetables and grains at more than 40 restaurants in the Golden Isles area, visit their booth at the Saturday Forsyth Farmers Market in Savannah or stop by Turnip Greens in Darien and pick up a bag. $6.99 per 1 3/4 pound bag. Turnip Greens, 109 N. Walton Street, Darien. 912-689-9638. Also available online at http://canewaterfarm.com.

Honeycomb Candy from The Commissary on Jekyll Island  

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Dale and Anna Fisher of Honey on the Hill keep bees up in the north Georgia mountains not far from the South Carolina state line. They sell their honey but they also make gourmet lollipops (we tried their blueberry honey pop) and old-fashioned honeycomb candy in several flavors. Honeycomb candy is a honey-sweetened mixture heated to about 300 degrees and then leavened with a little baking soda. The result is an airy candy that melts on your tongue. The Fishers gild the lily by drizzling the honeycomb candy with milk chocolate and bits of toffee for their Toffee flavor, or top it with milk chocolate and pecans for their Queen’s Favorite (which is our favorite, too). You can make an appointment to visit in north Georgia or you can find their products at Just Add Honey and Lucy’s Market in Atlanta. If you’re visiting the Jekyll Island Historic District, pick up a bag or two at The Commissary, 24 Pier Road, Jekyll Island. 912-635-2878. http://honeyonthehill.com.

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