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Good Catalogs to order Food (not sweets)

Posted by blueiris24 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 9, 12 at 23:14

Does anyone have a favorite "food" catalog that they like to order from for the holidays? I'm looking for something other than candy or other sweets, and not interested in Harry & David. I have a few orders I need to place for families in other parts of the country. Thank you!


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RE: Good Catalogs to order Food (not sweets)

Nueskes and Zingermans are both excellent. The first is fine quality bacon, ham etc. The latter is a wide range of superb breads, meats, olive oils, cheeses, and mixed delicatessen specialties.


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I love Fly Creek. It's an apple orchard in upstate NY but they also have great BBQ sauces as well as other sauces, cheeses, baked goods, dips, jellies, jams, etc.

I also love Stash Tea and Community Coffee. I also like Melissa's Produce.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fly Creek Cider Mill


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I haven't ordered from Dakin Farms in Vermont but I get their emails. Probably will order from them today. They are offering ground shipping rates for the next 3 days. They are teamed with Cabot cheese so I figure that's a good endorsement. Love Cabot's cheese


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Thank you for your ideas-- I did find Nueskes but turns out they don't send to APO addresses, which is where this gift is headed -- I will try the other suggestions - thank you!


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The Vermont Country Store has a large selection.

Jim

Here is a link that might be useful: The Vermont Country Store


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Late to the game again! I forgot one. I order from it rarely because I do think they are expensive but I always love it: Legal Seafood! I especially love their clam chowder and their scallops. I hope Santa gives me a gift card again this year!

Here is a link that might be useful: Legal Seafood


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Allen Brothers ships divine steaks, but not to P.O. boxes, so won't work for you this time. Nevertheless, below is the link for future reference. The bone-in filets are price-y but so worth it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Allen Brothers


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Penzey's ships free (for a minimum purchase you're bound to hit). They have some lovely gift packages. Kinda food.


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Cougar Gold cheddar is excellent, check out the link.

Here is a link that might be useful: cheese


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RE: Good Catalogs to order Food (not sweets)

I've never seen canned cheese before! I've led a sheltered life.


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