Put a bowl of Pickle Chunks out at your next cocktail party with bowls of pretzels, nuts, and hummus. Sweet, salty, spicy, smooth. Yum.


Add the Pickle Relish to some mayonnaise and a splash of lemon juice for some really Good tarter sauce.


Slice the Pickle Chunks thin and pile them onto a Cuban-style sandwich with ham, roasted pork, Swiss Cheese and crusty bread. Press with a panini maker and enjoy this meld of savory flavors.


Jane’s Pickle Relish can take deviled eggs, chicken salad and ham-and-pickle sandwiches to a whole new level.


Tired of carrot sticks and celery stalks? Try Dilly Beans instead. A real kick of dill with a spice of red pepper flakes livens up these classic garden veggies.


How about a Dilly Bean in your Bloody Mary instead of that tired celery stalk? Add a splash of Jane’s brine and never go back to that ordinary Mary.


Jane’s spiced Peaches are fabulous as a side when paired with your Thanksgiving turkey or your Christmas Ham.


Pour some Peach Syrup over waffles, pancakes, or if you’re really fancy, crepes.

Those Spiced Peaches are Good at any time of the day. Try them over fresh yogurt for breakfast, or vanilla ice cream for dessert. Or go ahead and eat the peaches and ice cream for breakfast. You know you want to.


Grill up a pork roast, some chops or even bbq ribs. While the meat is resting, drizzle some syrup and a few peach slices over the top for a delicious glaze.


Don’t forget to try Spiced Peaches on some baked Brie or fresh goat cheese. Toss on some of Jane’s Toasted Rosemary Nuts for a real flavor experience.


Salad again? Make it new by sprinkling some of Jane’s Toasted Rosemary Walnuts as a finishing touch.


Turn a ho-hum turkey sandwich into a Thanksgiving feast with Cranberry Tangerine Relish.


Want to jazz up those gingerbread muffins? Add a scoop of Cranberry Tangerine Relish into your batter.


How about a warm buttery croissant with a tart blast of Cranberry Tangerine Relish to start your morning with a healthy wake-up?


Forget about applesauce. Been there, done that. Why not try Jane’s Vanilla Pears? Delicious warm or cold, Vanilla Pears are great on the side of a pork roast or spooned over ice cream. Drizzle of salted caramel is your option.


Use Jane’s House Dressing over sliced tomatoes, Videlia onions, and fresh Mozzarella cheese. A classic steak-house flavor.


Marinate that weeknight grilled chicken or steak with Jane’s House dressing for a robust flavor.


Toss a handful of Jane’s Toasted Rosemary Walnuts on the top of creamy butternut soup on a cool fall evening.


Try a quick Pear and Blackberry crumble by adding some fresh blackberries into Jane’s Vanilla Pears. Pop it in the oven with an easy streusel topping. Finish it off with a dash of crème anglais, or whipped cream.



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