At Jane’s we use only natural ingredients, fresh and in season.
My food helps to remind us all that life is for living and enjoying- for savoring, each and every delicious mouthful at a time.
Sweet Dill Pickle Chunks
These cool crisp chunks pack a flavor that’ll WOW you! Fresh Kirby cukes get brined into a dill pickle, and then that dill pickle gets sweetened and savoried up with 14 different spices for a flavor that’s complex and exciting. Sweet and savory melts away with a smooth spicy finish. You’ll love ‘em!
Sweet Dill Pickle Relish
We take our classic sweet dill pickle chunks and grind them up into a relish that stands on its own or can be used to make lots of other Good Things. Like Tarter Sauce. Or Russian Dressing. Or an oldie but goodie- the ham and pickle sandwich! All these things and more are enhanced by the robust flavors of Jane’s Relish.
Jane created these pure fresh dill and garlic pickles in a sugar free brine. Cut like coins, so good on burgers.
These old fashioned treats come right from the garden and into a classic dill and garlic brine, with a few red pepper flakes for company. A few weeks later, you’ll have a cool crisp dilly bean with a spicy finish that’ll wake you up!
This colonial recipe is a favorite of Jane’s, despite the time it takes to make these delicious fruits. Freestone peaches right from the orchards are peeled, pitted and sliced, and then marinated with a simple syrup and a bundle of spices like cinnamon and ginger.
These fragrant pears are a step up from applesauce anyday! Bartlett Pears right off the trees are cored, peeled and diced. Then they get bathed with a smooth warm syrup of vanilla and sugar and spices.
Toasted Rosemary Walnuts
Fresh shelled walnuts get toasted in a buttery paprika rub, then adorned with fresh picked rosemary for a warm savory treat.
Cranberry Tangerine Relish
Jane makes this holiday season favorite with crunchy fresh cranberries and tangerines, plus some candied ginger for a real zing.
A sweet tomato-based dressing that’s at home over an iceberg lettuce wedge or a chopped Vidalia onion, or even your next grilled steak.
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