New Delicious Goodies!

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Smoked Honey!

Smoked Honey

Sweet, rich, and elegantly smoky – this honey blends the floral characteristics of wildflower honey with cold white oak smoke – a fascinating addition to cocktails, dressings, sauces, desserts, fruit salads & more!

New Cooking Sauces

Madras Cooking Sauce Masala Cooking Sauce Mole Cooking Sauce

Madras Cooking Sauce

Masala Cooking Sauce

Mole Poblano Paste

Super easy & super tasty – these sauces let you take weeknight meals to India or Mexico with minimal fuss.

Tastes of Morocco

Argan Almond Butter Saffron Threads

“Amlou” Argan Almond Butter
Amlou butter is Moroccan-style almond butter made with argan oil and wildflower honey.  It’s sweet, creamy, toasty, and intensely nutty.  Argan oil is a highly prized superfood packed with antioxidants that’s a hand-harvested Moroccan delicacy.

Moroccan Saffron Threads
Though until recently it hasn’t been marketed by origin, Moroccan saffron is some of the world’s finest.

Exotic Caramel Sauces

White Sage Caramel Sauce Smoky Caramel Sauce

White Sage Caramel Sauce

Smoky “Campfire” Caramel Sauce

We’re big fans of Hotcakes, a local Seattle dessert institution renowned for their take & bake molten chocolate cakes.  They also make some really exciting caramels.  Check these new flavors out!

New Element Shrubs

Honeydew Jalapeno Shrub Chai Pear Shrub Mint Lemon Shrub

Honeydew Jalapeno Shrub

Chai Pear Shrub

Mint Lemon Shrub

We love shrubs in the summer as crisp non-alcoholic coolers or cocktail mixers in the summer.  Element is making varieties with clean-yet-complex flavor profiles.  We’re excited to welcome them to our collection – check them out!

Other Pantry Items

Organic Kaniwa Granulated Lemon Peel Chimi Rub

Organic Kaniwa

Granulated Lemon Peel

Elvio’s Chimi Rub

Green Serrano Powder No Photo  

Green Serrano Chile Powder

Dried Lupini Beans

 

New on MarxFoods.com

Maple Buds

maple buds

Sweet, floral maple buds are the young growths of big leaf maple trees.  They’re prized by foragers for use in fritters, teas & syrups.

We’ve missed the season this year, but keep an eye out for them next spring!




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