"It takes a bad Jew to know good barbecue." So goes the quote that led to the formation of Bad Jew BBQ Sauce ($12/2-pack). As you might have gathered from the name, this is a Kosher BBQ sauce, giving our observant friends out there all the flavor with none of the guilt. We dare you to try it on your next pulled pork sammich.
Jonesing for something sweet? Feel a bit less guilty by stuffing your pie hole with some Yummy Earth Organic Candy ($4-$34). These USDA and EU certified organic treats are made with real fruit extracts, and are gluten-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, corn syrup-free, and often times fat-free, and are available as lollipops, gummy bears, gummy worms, gum drops, and artisanal candies.
Whether you're using them to accompany a favorite sandwich or simply looking for an unordinary snack, Stu's Sour Spicy Garlic Pickles ($11) should suffice. Made by Stu's Sour in Chicago, these pickles are farm-fresh, offering a great pickle taste, with a precise helping of garlic flavor and just a hint of heat. For true fans, you can even send in a black-and-white pic of your "sour" face for a chance at landing on one of the company's photostrip-style seals.