$ 10.00The crunchy flavor of the almond is a great compliment to the soft and delicious flavor of the Spanish Queen olive. You will find that two really have a fine working relationship. This is a great combination in your favorite Martini. Hand Stuffed with almonds.
$ 10.00This very old and highly sought after vegetable from the ancient times marries well with the lovely queen olive. To stuff the ancient artichoke into the ancient olive is quite a nutritious feat. The many healthy properties of both combine to give you a great burst of healthy, good flavor. Hand Stuffed with Marinated Artichokes
$ 10.00Just imagine the stately Asparagus poking it’s luxurious head from out of the divine queen olive. The pickled Asparagus is crisp and crunchy and the olive is so very delicious, now those two together are quite a royal pair. Hand Stuffed with Marinated Asparagus Spears.
$ 10.00The exotic caper is the flower bud of a bush native to the Mediterranean and parts of Asia and we have combined that unique flavor with the superb flavor of the queen olives we hand stuff. Give this lovely combo a try, you will love it. Hand Stuffed with Exotic Caperberries
These onions are really a great treat. We push out the core, and stuff it with a bit of red or green jalapeno pepper. Then we place pack the onion in vinegar and sea salt brine with the core facing to the outside so that you can see our work. This very tedious work is so beautiful, that once you purchase the jar, you probably won’t want to disturb the design to eat the wonderful hot onions in the jar. But do, because they are truly delicious.
$ 12.00For dirty martini lovers! Add as much as you like to make it as dirty as you like!
$ 10.00These wicked looking olives are really quite attractive in the jar. But don’t be deceived – they are very hot. This is a Piri Piri pepper and it comes from Turkey – those folks don’t mess around when they grow those things. You don’t want to get into a one for one dare with these olives – someone could get hurt!! Hand Stuffed with a Crisp, Hot Piri Piri Pepper.
$ 10.00The smoky flavor of grill-roasted red peppers paired with the soft and delicious flavor of the Spanish Queen olive. Hand Stuffed.
$ 10.00Now we all know that Habaneros are pretty darn hot peppers – so when they get stuffed into an olive they are still pretty darn peppers. They just look as hot as the Fire in the Pit because the ends of the peppers are not sticking out of the olives – well don’t be fooled “these olives are not for the faint of heart!” Hand Stuffed with HHOOTT Habanero Peppers, Place Packed in the jar.
$ 10.00This age old combination of the great taste of garlic and kick of the jalapeno is just right. It is not too hot and not too much garlic to be overpowering in either direction. What a great combination of flavor. Hand Double Stuffed with Jalapeno & Garlic.
$ 10.00Sour cocktail onions - tiny pearl onions in a vermouth, vinegar and sea salt brine.
$ 10.00We took the Pimento Stuffed Queen Olive and added a little Vermouth to the brine. It is only the cooking variety so that it will give the taste of the vermouth – not the effects! Great addition to your martini’s however, the perfect Martini Match! Hand Stuffed.
$ 10.00Some of the little elves have worked very hard to stuff those mushroom caps into the pits of the very large queen olive. It was quite a job for them as the olive is quite large and their hands are so small! But the outcome has been just delightful and the combination is wonderful. Those folks sure hope you enjoy what they have done with the olives and the mushrooms. Hand Stuffed with Marinated Mushrooms
$ 10.00Standing straight and tall in the jar, these crisp and crunchy spears of asparagus are the perfect compliment for any drink, veggie tray, salad bar or just to eat our of the jar.
$ 10.00Standing straight and tall in the jar, these crisp and crunchy green beans are amazing in a bloody mary, or eaten right out of the jar!
$ 8.00Pearl onions in a vinegar and sea salt brine
$ 12.00This is not for the Tenderfoot – we have taken the Dirty Martini and dropped in a little old hot pepper. Just a dash turns an ordinary martini into an extra spicy extraordinary one!