J.Q. Dickinson Appalachian Mercantile - November

By Candace Nelson - 10:55 AM

Appalachian mercantile

My favorite monthly subscription box is here from J.Q. Dickinson. Let's see what we got this month:

Valente - Roasted Garlic and Basil Linguine
One of everyone’s favorites! This pasta really has the rich and subtle flavors of Italy. It’s the perfect combination of Italian basil and mellowed, slightly sweet roasted garlic. Make a homemade sauce of crushed tomatoes, olive oil, and grilled vegetables. Follow the recipe on the package or make your own.

Skirted Soldier - Cold Weather Gear Tea
This delicious herbal tea was made by The Skirted Soldier, which is a female veteran-owned operation that donates 10% to female veterans, specializing in hand-blended, loose tea.

Chocolat Inn - Coconut Milk Chocolate Bar 
45% Philippines Coconut Milk Chocolate Bar - Kablon Farms - Malah na Bulong

Route 11 - Yukon Gold Potato Chips
The season for these chips is usually from August through October, depending on the local growing season. Believe us, we wish we could make them year round, too. But to make the very best chips, we limit our local sources for the best Yukon Gold potatoes. If there's a chip with its own cult following, this is it. This cult includes the entire Route 11 chipping crew. We were the first chippers to ever make chips out of Yukon Gold potatoes. Our chipping competition tried to knock off what we were doing, but clearly with little understanding of what makes a Yukon Gold potato chip so delicious. It's the natural buttery flesh of the Yukon Gold potato, that make these chips go off the charts. ALL NATURAL. GLUTEN FREE.

Meadow Mountain Studio - Noel Card 
Laura Poulette lives and works on a farm in rural Kentucky. Her watercolors are influenced by nature. Each letter is a different seasonal plant. The Noel card is evergreens and red berries. They are great to have on hand for last minute needs and make a unique, artful way to communicate.

Keytone Steel Company - Mountain Ornament 
DIMENSIONS: All our ornaments average approximately 4-5" at their widest point, depending on the shape of the ornament. CARE INSTRUCTIONS: This ornament is made out of steel, so we recommend storing in a low moisture area. Because we use recycled steel, each piece will be unique and may have slight markings or patina.

Appalachian mercantile

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