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Flat-rate $9 shipping for all orders up to $49.99. FREE shipping for orders of $50 or more. More details here: Shipping Information.Figs and Black TeaIngredientsBlack Tea (Water, Tea Leaves), Dried Figs, Cane Sugar, Lemon Juice, Pectin
Quince & Apple is a kindred business. Founded by husband and wife Matt and Clare Stoner Fehsenfeld in 2009, Quince & Apple has remained unwavering in its commitment to making products in small batches, even as its business grows. Each jam, preserve, and syrup is lovingly handmade in their downtown kitchen in Madison, WI, using all natural, non-GMO ingredients, sourced locally whenever possible. Every batch is taste tested to meet exacting standards, and meticulously jarred by hand.They adjust recipes to suit the seasonal characteristics of each fruit, and create each product with food pairings in mind. Flavor profiles are subtle, well-balanced, and deliberately not too sweet, making them ideal for pairing with cheese, ice cream, and of course, nut butter.This month’s featured jam, Figs and Black Tea, is made with dried figs reconstituted in black tea, giving it an extra depth of flavor. Try it with our favorite nut butter pairings - classic Peanut Butter or Tigerwalk Espresso nut butter - on fluffy buttermilk biscuits for delectable breakfast sandwiches.
We are thrilled to offer Quince & Apple Figs and Black Tea as our July 2018 Featured Jam. Now available while supplies last on our webshop, à la carte or in recommended AB&J and PB&J pairings.
IngredientsPeanuts, Wildflower Honey, Organic Coconut Oil, Sea Salt
The perfect balance of fresh-roasted peanuts with a touch of honey and sea salt, blended with a few drops of organic coconut oil for a smooth, truly addictive texture. We love it spread, thickly, on fresh apple slices.
Native to the Americas, peanuts have been a staple of the human diet for literally thousands of years. Although technically legumes, peanuts share more than delicious flavor with tree nuts.
They are a great source of protein and fiber, have zero cholesterol, and offer heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. The fiber and protein in peanuts also make them a healthful, filling snack to help control appetite and support weight management. Peanuts also contain more than 30 important nutrients, including magnesium, folate, niacin, phosphorus and vitamin E. According to the FDA, eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, including peanuts, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.
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