Falling Leaves, Doves and Figs: Falling Leaves is a chunky spread made from apples, dried figs and dried Cape Cod cranberries. Other favors include Evil Apple, a spicy apple and chipotle conserve.

Falling Leaves, Doves and Figs: Falling Leaves is a chunky spread made from apples, dried figs and dried Cape Cod cranberries. Other favors include Evil Apple, a spicy apple and chipotle conserve.

Pool Sofas... would never get out of the pool. WATER PROOF BEAN BAGGGSSSS!!!

Pool Sofas... would never get out of the pool. WATER PROOF BEAN BAGGGSSSS!!!

Japanese Knotweed honey, Boston Honey Company: This late season honey is gathered from large, bamboo-like plants. The resulting nectar is dark, nutty and pairs well with cheeses and breads.

Artisanal products found in Eastern Massachusetts

Japanese Knotweed honey, Boston Honey Company: This late season honey is gathered from large, bamboo-like plants. The resulting nectar is dark, nutty and pairs well with cheeses and breads.

Caribbean Hot Pepper Sauce, Walters Specialty Foods: This flavorful hot sauce emulates the atmosphere and essence of the islands of the Caribbean, but is not for the tame.

Artisanal products found in Eastern Massachusetts

Caribbean Hot Pepper Sauce, Walters Specialty Foods: This flavorful hot sauce emulates the atmosphere and essence of the islands of the Caribbean, but is not for the tame.

Apple cinnamon pickles, Root Cellar Preserves: As far as fall novelty items go, apple cinnamon pickles are a unique treat. Other flavors include bread and butter, sweet and spicy, and zesty and sweet.

Artisanal products found in Eastern Massachusetts

Apple cinnamon pickles, Root Cellar Preserves: As far as fall novelty items go, apple cinnamon pickles are a unique treat. Other flavors include bread and butter, sweet and spicy, and zesty and sweet.

Ridiculously Easy Homemade Dill Pickles | Primally Inspired

Ridiculously Easy Homemade Dill Pickles

Warming Cracker/Cold Water Cracker, G.H. Bent Co.: While the name is deceiving, these soft crackers made with cold water are heated to go nicely with tea or coffee and have been around since the 19th century.

Artisanal products found in Eastern Massachusetts

Warming Cracker/Cold Water Cracker, G.H. Bent Co.: While the name is deceiving, these soft crackers made with cold water are heated to go nicely with tea or coffee and have been around since the 19th century.

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