These are one of our most popular pickled items we carry at our restaurant in Alamosa, Colorado. The jalapeños are all-natural, thick cut fresh peppers. They are sweet on the front, with a bite on the back.
Thick cut fresh jalapeno’s pickled with cane sugar, and garlic. Enjoy on any charcuterie platter, cheese platter. 16oz. 2 plus year shelf life.
Look, I had never had a pickled onion before, I was skeptical. However, if you've ever been to our restaurant in Alamosa, Colorado, and tried our Baja Fish Tacos, you would know why I've become a believer. These pair wonderfully with slow-cooked and grilled meats and fish, splash a little brine onto fresh oysters, mix into a mashed potatoes, or drink in a Sweet 'n Sour Martini.
NGREDIENTS: red onions, apple cider vinegar, organic sugar, water, celery seed, mustard, crushed red pepper, salt, dill (Please note: We do not use artificial colors or ingredients so the Onions will naturally fade over time from a bright pink to lighter hue)
Ok, pickling peaches, or rather eating them, had never crossed my mind. But this year, the year of trying new things, meant trying this. I am in love! I love the hint of cinnamon and clove paired with a bit of red pepper.
Such a unique product! Eat them out of the jar, or try roast some on pork! So good!
I have to admit, I bought my first jar of Angry Cukes simply because I thought the name was funny! Turns out they're delicious. These cucumbers are brined and bathed in vinegar with added chili flakes and mustard seed for an unexpected and fun flavor kick.
16 fl oz (473 ml)