Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Etc

/

Food

Whiskey Beef Jerky

What could possibly taste better than a healthful, meaty snack combined with the sweet, oaky flavors of whiskey? It's that very question that drove the guys at Get Some Jerky to create Whiskey Beef Jerky ($7). Made from locally-sourced beef near their home in Sacramento, California, their jerky is seasoned with all-natural ingredients so you never have to deal with dry, flavorless, processed jerky again. Their whiskey beef jerky gets its flavor from premium whiskey — adding a subtle burn to its taste — along with brown sugar, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and more, giving it a unique flavor like no other.

  • Etc

    /

    Food

    Salami of the Month Club

    If you like your meats cured, fermented, and dried, then odds are, the Salami of the Month Club ($140-$385) was made for you. This is some of the best salami you can find — it's hand butchered from fresh Northwest pork to 100% lean, and only then is hand-cut fatback added for marbling. All the ingredients, including garlic and spices, are freshly chopped and ground in-house, so you know you're getting the best stuff possible. Depending on what you order, you can get one, two, or three salamis delivered to your doorstep each month, selected from an available 12 varieties. Included with each order are detailed tasting notes, meant to give you guidance on the best way to enjoy each one.

  • Etc

    /

    Food

    Hi Mountain Sausage Making Kits

    Step into the challenging, yet rewarding, culinary world of home charcuterie with these Hi Mountain Sausage Making Kits ($20 and up). Perfect for the novice who has always wanted to make sausage in his kitchen, or for the experienced home cook who's looking for something a little bit different, these kits include everything you need except for the meat. With seasonings and casings for up to 30 pounds of sausage, these kits are available in a wide range of flavor options, including: german sausage, bratwurst, polish sausage, jalapeño summer sausage, and more. All that's left for you to do is head down to the butcher, pick up a bunch of meat, and start stuffing.