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The Blue Crab Bay STING RAY Spicy Bloody Mary Mixer is all dressed up with a decorative fishnet topper. A thick and rich blend of clam and tomato juices spiced with Blue Crab Bay's Chesapeake Bay Style Seafood Seasoning and freshly grated horseradish. Great alone, as a mixer, or a cooking sauce. Check out our Recipes using Sting Ray Bloody Mary Mixer as a cooking sauce. A true combination of the flavors of the Chesapeake region! A BEST SELLER! 25 fl. oz. bottle.
Sting Ray was featured on Food Network TV's Food Finds. As featured in the NEW YORK TIMES: In a blind taste test of eight Bloody Mary Mixers, Sting Ray® won top honors! "Sting Ray - with an excellent balance of pepper, horseradish and tomato, this delightfully tangy mixer, made with clam juice for a subtly briny hint was the best in the tasting." Florence Fabricant NEW YORK TIMES. Winner of Outstanding Beverage, 1998 International Fancy Food Show!
Byrd Mill Lemon Blueberry Scone Mix- Scones are sweet biscuits enjoyed by the English with their afternoon tea. Try this delightful variation made with real dehydrated blueberries and lemon flavor. 12 oz.
Byrd Mill Cinnamon Muffin Mix - Muffins and a cold glass of milk or a hot cup of coffee make the perfect start to any day or an excellent substitute for bread at dinner time. For an added treat just add chopped nuts or fruit to the batter before baking. Byrd Mill muffins are made with only the finest ingredients: Natural unbleached flour, sugar, baking powder and cinnamon. 12 oz.
Byrd Mill Raspberry Pancake and Waffle Mix -Super easy to make and makes wonderful pancakes and waffles. Made with real dehydrated raspberries and our finest flour. Top with your favorite syrup, honey, apple butter, or fruit preserves and enjoy! 12 oz.
The Tradition of Byrd Mill began in 1740. Young Patrick Henry visited the mill often, bringing corn, wheat and buckwheat from his father's nearby plantation. Byrd Mill continued in operation at its original site until 1968 when an untimely fire brought an end to production in the original building. Byrd Mill now located in Ashland, Virginia manufactures some of the finest gourmet mixes available while still offering many of those old tyme products.
Graves Mountain Lodge is nestled deep in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Syria, Virginia. Graves Mountain Lodge established its cannery in 1980. They use family recipes to make their old-fashioned preserves unmatched for their quality and goodness. They cook their preserves in open kettles. The batches are kept small and each product is made as needed. They use the finest quality fruit, pure cane sugar and all natural seasonings in creating a product they feel is as good as "Grandma used to make." Their apple butter is incredible creamy and perfectly spiced. Apple Butter and Peach Brandy Preserves, One 9 oz. jar of each
Monastery Creamed Honey is from the monks of Holy Cross Abbey, Berryville, Virginia. Holy Cross Abbey is a monastery of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance (Trappists) sheltered by the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. It is a natural product made of the finest clover honey, slowly mixed until it has light creamy texture, the consistency of butter. These refreshing spreads are great on toast, crackers, bagels, muffins, scones and other baked goods. Also try it in hot beverages such as tea or cider. Natural and Brandy, One 10 oz. conatiner of each.
Puffenbarger's Sugar Orchard Pure Virginia Maple Syrup - Located in Highland County, "Virginia's Switzerland, Puffenbarger's uses a vacuum pump to increase the flow of sugar water and miles of plastic tubing to make it easier to gather. The process of maple syrup-making started by reverse osmosis and finished by oil-fired evaporators. Pure Vrginia Maple Syrup is delicious on pancakes, waffles, French toast, hot and cold cereals, ice cream, yogurt and fruit. It is great for glazing hams, yams, and carrots. Use it in homemade baked beans and baked apples, and as a sugar substitute in baked goods. If any harmless mold forms on the top, simply heat syrup to boiling and skim the top. The flavor will not be affected. 8 fl. oz Jug