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Recipes & Pairings

Jams and jellies are far more versatile than you might think.

We certainly eat a lot of jam with toast, biscuits, other baked goods, and - of course! - in pb & j sandwiches.


But there are so many other ways to enjoy our products, and we've had many (many!) requests to share our favorite pairings and recipes. So - here you go!

Favorite cheese pairings

Concord Grape Jelly

with Chèvre (goat's cheese)

A classic flavor pairing, and perfectly balanced with the intensity, but not excessively-sweet Concord Grape.

Or try Mulled Apple Jelly

with gouda.

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Crabapple with a Kick

with Brie

A long-time SAP fan raves about this pairing, wrapped in dough and baked. A perfect balance for party platters.

Or try Barking Dog Jelly

with shaved parmesan.

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Salty Dog Jelly

with Cheddar

We ate a LOT of this pair over the summer. On our deck. With Rosé. And it works just as well in winter, we think.

Or try Southern Comfort Jam

with an extra-old cheddar.

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Drink your Jam Responsibly! 
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2 tbsp Concord Grape Jelly

2 oz vodka

0.5 oz triple sec

0.25 oz lemon juice

Shake with ice, pour into martini glass.

Also works well with:

CwaK Jelly

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Mulled & Stormy

2 tbsp Mulled Apple Jelly

1-2 oz dark rum

1 oz Pimm's

squeeze of lime

Mix in cocktail glass with ice, top with ginger beer to taste.

Also works well with:

Vanilla Peach


Southside Dog

1.5 tbsp Salty Dog Jelly

2 oz gin

0.5 oz lemon juice

0.25 oz cointreau

3 dashes angostura bitters

Shake with ice, top with 1 oz ginger beer.

Also works well with:

Barking Dog

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