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Salsa De Linda started when Linda Kotter took her passion of Mexican cooking and tried to replicate the fresh salsa that is served in Mexican restaurants. Her creation was an instant success among family and friends. The Authentic Homemade ...Salsa was being requested at every function that she attended, and soon Linda was making up small batches of salsa in her kitchen. In the summer of 1997, Linda had sold over 100 jars of salsa within a few weeks, and she was encouraged to incorporate so more people could enjoy this incredible flavor. Salsa De Linda was incorporated in 1999 for 1 year before being dissolved. There was one major problem: because the salsa was made up fresh, it had to be eaten within 2 days before it would go bad. So the corporation folded, but Linda still made salsa for those who wanted it. By the summer of 2002, Linda and her business partner Jim DiVito knew they had to find a way to seal in the freshness and maintain the flavor. Through networking in the food industry, Jim found a local manufacturer that makes up other people's recipes, heats up the sauce to the boiling point, and then quickly puts the lid on. This process allowed the salsa to have a long shelf life, without adding any preservatives! In September of 2002, Salsa De Linda was reinstated as a corporation. Jim quickly started calling retailers and distributors, and had early success in the local area. Linda, not content to only have 1 product, went back to the test kitchen and developed a Roasted Poblano Salsa, which has a great smoky flavor with a little kick from Cayenne Pepper! They now had two products, and by October of 2003 Salsa De Linda was in 23 Chicago area Jewel Food stores. The Meijer grocery chain also picked up their products in all 158 stores in 5 Midwest states! Because of constant requests, in August of 2004, Linda has made her Habanero Hot Salsa available for sale. It has a great authentic flavor but adds the heat of the habanero pepper, which is 100 times hotter than the jalepeno pepper. In February of 2004, Salsa De Linda was featured in the Chicago Sun Times Business section, and The Daily Herald Business section. In June of 2004, Jim and Linda were asked to appear on WGN TV News on the "Noon Lunch Break" segment. Linda made "Salsa De Linda Cheese Cake", a great recipe which of course included their Authentic Homemade Salsa! These articles and the television appearance have given great exposure to Salsa De Linda, as more and more people have the opportunity to try "the freshest tasting salsa you'll ever have in a jar!" By the summer of 2005, Jim shifted his focus to Food Service. He gained placement of Salsa De Linda in several local establishments. He was able to combine his passion for boating and his entrepreneurial spirit and combine them into one. He began delivering cases of salsa to the bars and restaurants on the Chain O' Lakes in Illinois, and quickly became known as the "Salsa Guy"! Varieties sold separately. read more

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Blue Borage Honey (borago officinalis) is collected mainly on the South Island of New Zealand. Blue Borage Honey, sometimes called... "Vipers Bugloss Honey," has a very delicate floral bouquet with a pleasant, mild, herbal scent and tastes great in tea, on toast, scones, biscuits or in a BBQ Sauce! Blue Borage Honey has high fructose levels. read more

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This amazing product simplifies the tradition of cooking polenta. Polenta is a side dish made from corn meal that is an excellent ...substitute for rice, potatoes, or pasta. It is particularly good alongside stews, grilled meat, cheese dishes, goulash, roasts, and any dish prepared with gravy or sauce. Cooks in three minutes! read more

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This great collection gathers up our favorite mustards. Whether you slather mustard on sandwiches or drown your hot dogs and burge...rs, you are sure to be impressed with this tasty collection of five mustards from around the globe: Fruited Mustard Sauce: (Italy) Mostarda is a traditional Northern Italian recipe. This blending of fruit and mustard is surprisingly successful and versatile. (4.2 oz) Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard: (France) An authentic artisanal Dijon mustard imported from France. (7 oz) Irish Mustard with Guinness: (Ireland) This delicious, high-quality mustard is great with sandwiches, sausages or burgers. A little dab makes a tasty cheddar accompaniment as well. (7.2 oz) Whole Grain Mustard by Kuhne: (Germany) Kuhne's mustard is the perfect pairing with all German sausages such as knackwurst, bratwurst and kielbasa. (8.8 oz) Red Raspberry Wasabi Mustard: (USA) In our opinion, the best mustard made in the US. Produced by Cherith Valley of Fort Worth, Texas, it is not overly sweet from the raspberry, nor overly harsh from the wasabi. (17 oz) Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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Fischer and Wieser's "Texas on the Plate" line demonstrates the unusual flavors and diverse ethnic cooking styles that are going o...n in the Lone Star state. The results are some exciting examples of the new Texas Cuisine. Smoked chiles from the Oaxaca region of Mexico are slow cooked with Roma tomatoes, almonds, and pineapple. This sauce makes a fantastic addition to roasted or grilled pork, chicken, beef, or game meats. read more

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Mangoes and Tamarinds are blended with Ginger and Caribbean Scotch Bonnet Pepper to create a truly exquisite stir fry sauce for se...afood, poultry and vegetables. It tastes as good as it sounds. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This Caribbean grill sauce is bursting with tropical flavor and heat! Baste seafood kebabs before and during grilling. Use as a di...p for fish and shrimp fingers, crab cakes, and conch fritters. Mix equal parts of Spicy Seafood Sauce with mayonnaise to make an exotic Caribbean tartar-like sauce. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways. The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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From the makers of Bacon Jam, here's the latest innovation from Skillet's airstream trailer kitchen ? a line of pumpkin-based sauc...es that folks can use similarly to the way they would use a traditional ketchup. These condiments deliver a distinctive taste experience as well as all the rich vitamins and minerals that come from pumpkin. Available in three varieties: Chipotle: Southwest meets pumpkin! The deep smoky chipotle flavor, coupled with aromatic spices, delivered on the rich base of pumpkin. Use it with homemade tortillas, or with traditional French fries. Add it to your super-secret taco recipe. Or marinate a flank steak with it for the barbeque. Brown Sugar and Apple Cider Vinegar: The brown sugar and vinegar flavor does a number on your head and your mouth. At first taste, you want to say "it tastes like a yummy ketchup." But then you get the spicy pumpkin flavor and all you can say is "wow!" Try it on a grilled Turkey-and-Gruyere Panini or add some cream and vegetable stock to make a fabulous sauce for butternut squash ravioli. Thai Coconut: Filled with a rich coconut flavor, Asian spices and curry, and ? of course ? pumpkin, the Thai Coconut flavor goes in a new direction. It's terrific as a dipping sauce with Vietnamese spring rolls, or as a flavor base for a stir-fry with your favorite veggies. Varieties sold separately. read more

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Pickapeppa Sauce is a versatile condiment for everyday use in your favorite recipes. Imported from Jamaica, Pickapeppa sauce is us...ed as a condiment on meats and vegetables, and it's a good substitute for any hot sauce. This Jamaican specialty includes all natural ingredients like onion, raisins, peppers, tamarinds and other flavorful additions in a tomato base. read more

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The Little Pickle and Spice Company, have been producing top quality, traditionally made pickles, chutneys and sauces since 1992. ...They use only the finest of ingredients and employ traditional methods. Fabulous Piccalilli with crunchy vegetables makes a great accompaniment for pork pies, roast beef, or sausages. read more

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An all-natural robust duck and veal stock, well reduced to bind sauces of your favorite dishes. Made without flour, gelatin, salt,... or sodium. This rich demi-glace is made according to a traditional French recipe. A slow reduction process and careful straining yields a thick, potent sauce with a glossy appearance. Ideal for making the classical sauces of French cuisine, and perfect as the base for a sauce bigarade. read more

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Blue Borage Honey (borago officinalis) is collected mainly on the South Island of New Zealand. Blue Borage Honey, sometimes called... "Vipers Bugloss Honey," has a very delicate floral bouquet with a pleasant, mild, herbal scent and tastes great in tea, on toast, scones, biscuits or in a BBQ Sauce! Blue Borage Honey has high fructose levels. read more

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This amazing product simplifies the tradition of cooking polenta. Polenta is a side dish made from corn meal that is an excellent ...substitute for rice, potatoes, or pasta. It is particularly good alongside stews, grilled meat, cheese dishes, goulash, roasts, and any dish prepared with gravy or sauce. Cooks in three minutes! read more

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It takes time and care to develop the necessary flavors to produce a true "Major Grey" chutney. Roland has carried chutney product...s for over 25 years, using only the best, mature, and naturally sweet mangos. Then they add the right amount of "heat" for a taste to remember. Roland Major Grey Chutney is a spicy mango chutney condiment which has a chunky consistency, a unique blend of sweet and sour flavors, and an amber brown/tan color. Roland Chutney can accompany a wide range of Indian curries and other specialties. It is used with many Asian preparations, particularly in making duck sauce. It also makes a great appetizer when blended with cream cheese. Available in Original or Spicy. Varieties sold separately. KOF-K Kosher read more

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This great collection gathers up our favorite mustards. Whether you slather mustard on sandwiches or drown your hot dogs and burge...rs, you are sure to be impressed with this tasty collection of five mustards from around the globe: Fruited Mustard Sauce: (Italy) Mostarda is a traditional Northern Italian recipe. This blending of fruit and mustard is surprisingly successful and versatile. (4.2 oz) Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard: (France) An authentic artisanal Dijon mustard imported from France. (7 oz) Irish Mustard with Guinness: (Ireland) This delicious, high-quality mustard is great with sandwiches, sausages or burgers. A little dab makes a tasty cheddar accompaniment as well. (7.2 oz) Whole Grain Mustard by Kuhne: (Germany) Kuhne's mustard is the perfect pairing with all German sausages such as knackwurst, bratwurst and kielbasa. (8.8 oz) Red Raspberry Wasabi Mustard: (USA) In our opinion, the best mustard made in the US. Produced by Cherith Valley of Fort Worth, Texas, it is not overly sweet from the raspberry, nor overly harsh from the wasabi. (17 oz) Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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Fischer and Wieser's "Texas on the Plate" line demonstrates the unusual flavors and diverse ethnic cooking styles that are going o...n in the Lone Star state. The results are some exciting examples of the new Texas Cuisine. Smoked chiles from the Oaxaca region of Mexico are slow cooked with Roma tomatoes, almonds, and pineapple. This sauce makes a fantastic addition to roasted or grilled pork, chicken, beef, or game meats. read more

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Mangoes and Tamarinds are blended with Ginger and Caribbean Scotch Bonnet Pepper to create a truly exquisite stir fry sauce for se...afood, poultry and vegetables. It tastes as good as it sounds. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This Caribbean grill sauce is bursting with tropical flavor and heat! Baste seafood kebabs before and during grilling. Use as a di...p for fish and shrimp fingers, crab cakes, and conch fritters. Mix equal parts of Spicy Seafood Sauce with mayonnaise to make an exotic Caribbean tartar-like sauce. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways. The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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From the makers of Bacon Jam, here's the latest innovation from Skillet's airstream trailer kitchen ? a line of pumpkin-based sauc...es that folks can use similarly to the way they would use a traditional ketchup. These condiments deliver a distinctive taste experience as well as all the rich vitamins and minerals that come from pumpkin. Available in three varieties: Chipotle: Southwest meets pumpkin! The deep smoky chipotle flavor, coupled with aromatic spices, delivered on the rich base of pumpkin. Use it with homemade tortillas, or with traditional French fries. Add it to your super-secret taco recipe. Or marinate a flank steak with it for the barbeque. Brown Sugar and Apple Cider Vinegar: The brown sugar and vinegar flavor does a number on your head and your mouth. At first taste, you want to say "it tastes like a yummy ketchup." But then you get the spicy pumpkin flavor and all you can say is "wow!" Try it on a grilled Turkey-and-Gruyere Panini or add some cream and vegetable stock to make a fabulous sauce for butternut squash ravioli. Thai Coconut: Filled with a rich coconut flavor, Asian spices and curry, and ? of course ? pumpkin, the Thai Coconut flavor goes in a new direction. It's terrific as a dipping sauce with Vietnamese spring rolls, or as a flavor base for a stir-fry with your favorite veggies. Varieties sold separately. read more

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Pickapeppa Sauce is a versatile condiment for everyday use in your favorite recipes. Imported from Jamaica, Pickapeppa sauce is us...ed as a condiment on meats and vegetables, and it's a good substitute for any hot sauce. This Jamaican specialty includes all natural ingredients like onion, raisins, peppers, tamarinds and other flavorful additions in a tomato base. read more

Roland Foods

Roland Sriracha is made from sun-ripened chilies. The thick, spreadable sauce is tangy and has the bite of spice and heat. Srirach...a is a great substitute for ketchup when looking for a condiment with a kick. Sriracha is great in soups, sauces, on sandwiches and appetizers. The name Sriracha came about since this sauce is a version of a hot sauce originating in Si Racha, Thailand. Try it on everything from hot dogs to chow mein. read more

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