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Since 1901, the recipe for Caslingo has been in the Creminelli family. It's a mild salami with a subtle hint of garlic.
This Prosciutto Americano cured ham from La Quercia is earthy, sweet and rich. This ham comes pre-sliced so its very easy to add to your next cheese platter. Serve it with our Thomasville Tomme or Griffin and some crusty bread and whole seed mustard for a great addition to your game-day snacks.
Handmade in Atlanta, Georgia, this process is all Italian, but the flavors are all Southern.
Fresh fruit and pure cane sugar simmer in small, handmade batches to create these all natural Peach bourbon cardamom preserves made locally in Thomasville, Georgia as a collaboration between Sweet Grass Dairy and Blackberry Patch.This accompaniment is a staple on any cheese board.
The blend of flavors including apples, cinnamon, maple, butter and bacon does not get better than this! Insanely delicious as a cheese topper – try on Greenhill! Incredible as a glaze for pork tenderloin, ham a turkey breast or burger!
Made with fresh onions and extra virgin olive oil. Cooked slowly to achieve the special flavor of caramelized onions on a sweet and savory jam.
Lusty Monk “Original Sin” Mustard: how mustard is supposed to taste. This old-style, coarse-ground, original recipe mustard will add a kick to anything you can put on a plate. It’s habit forming. Really.
A traditional cayenne chili pepper pepper table sauce. Not too hot, not too mild. Garlic, & earthy, with tangy vinegar kick.
A great accompaniment to all of our cheeses, this honey is 3oz of pure Southern Charm.
These handmade crackers made in Atlanta, GA are perfectly crispy and made with only 6 ingredients. They’re guilt free and delicious! - Sea Salt. 4.0 oz bag
Light and flaky, made with extra virgin olive oil and grey sea salt from France.
These Roasted and Salted Pecans are freshly shelled, hand selected, roasted and salted right here in Georgia. These pecans are essential to your cheeseboard.
Bittermilk has recreated this gentlemen's cocktail by using classic bittering agents like gentian root and cinchona bark along with burnt sugar, spices and a bit of orange peel.