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pastrygirl

pastrygirl


clarity, links

Bhutanese shakam ezay!  It's dried beef bits fried with chile, doubtful you'd be able to source that. 

 

On a more realistic note, if you're looking for unique small producers around the US that have limited distribution, check out Bear's Breath Ketchup for the Bold, a more savory ketchup alternative.  I had a booth next to the guy at a show earlier this year, it was tasty and unique.  More local PNW companies are  Grimm Bros hot sauces and Mustard & Co.  Grimm's Fire Potion is thicker than tabasco, tomato and vinegar based with scotch bonnet, cayenne, and ghost pepper.  I'm not sure who else is making condiment-type things, but you could check through the Seattle Made website and the roster for the Gobble Up event.  I participate in both.  My friend Melissa at The Kitchen Imp make spice blends and flavored salts and Peek's Pantry are other friends making Thai food and condiments.

 

http://bearsbreath.com/

http://www.peekspantry.com/products.html

https://www.thekitchenimp.com/

https://www.seattlemade.org/manufacturers/

 

pastrygirl

pastrygirl


clarity, links

Bhutanese shakam ezay!  It's dried beef bits fried with chile, doubtful you'd be able to source that. 

 

On a more realistic note, if you're looking for unique small producers around the US that have limited distribution, check out Bear's Breath Ketchup for the Bold, a more savory ketchup alternative.  I had a booth next to the guy at a show earlier this year, it was tasty and unique.  More local PNW companies are  Grimm Bros hot sauces and Mustard & Co.  Grimm's Fire Potion is thicker than tabasco, tomato and vinegar based with scotch bonnet, cayenne, and ghost pepper.  I'm not sure who else is making condiment-type things, but you could check through the Seattle Made website and the roster for the Gobble Up event.  I participate in both.  And my friend Melissa at The Kitchen Imp make spice blends and flavored salts.  Oh, and Peek's Pantry are other friends making Thai food and condiments. http://bearsbreath.com/

http://www.peekspantry.com/products.html

https://www.seattlemade.org/manufacturers/

 

pastrygirl

pastrygirl


clarity

Bhutanese shakam ezay!  It's dried beef bits fried with chile, doubtful you'd be able to source that. 

 

On a more realistic note, if you're looking for unique small producers around the US that have limited distribution, check out Bear's Breath Ketchup for the Bold, a more savory ketchup alternative.  I had a booth next to the guy at a show earlier this year, it was tasty and unique.  More local PNW companies are  Grimm Bros hot sauces and Mustard & Co.  Grimm's Fire Potion is thicker than tabasco, tomato and vinegar based with scotch bonnet, cayenne, and ghost pepper.  I'm not sure who else is making condiment-type things, but you could check through the Seattle Made website and the roster for the Gobble Up event.  I participate in both.  And my friend Melissa at The Kitchen Imp make spice blends and flavored salts.

https://www.seattlemade.org/manufacturers/

 

pastrygirl

pastrygirl

Bhutanese shakam ezay!  It's dried beef bits fried with chile, doubtful you'd be able to source that. 

 

On a more realistic note, if you're looking for unique small producers around the US that have limited distribution, check out Bear's Breath Ketchup for the Bold, a more savory ketchup alternative.  I had a booth next to the guy at a show earlier this year, it was tasty and unique.  More local PNW companies are  Grimm Bros hot sauces Mustard & Co.  Grimm's Fire Potion is thicker than tabasco, tomato and vinegar based with scotch bonnet, cayenne, and ghost pepper.  I'm not sure who else is making condiment-type things, but you could check through the Seattle Made website and the roster for the Gobble Up event.  I participate in both.  And my friend Melissa at The Kitchen Imp make spice blends and flavored salts.

https://www.seattlemade.org/manufacturers/

 

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