Welcome to your custom product recommendation page! We created this page just for Leschi Market to help you discover new products from our ever-growing selection. This will help you narrow the giant selection down to just what we think will work well in your shop. We put a lot of effort in to curating the perfect selection for you. Enjoy browsing, and don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions!


Baia Pasta

Baia Pasta combines the art of traditional Italian pasta making with great American-grown grains: its traditional short cuts of pasta are available in 5 different organic flours (durum, whole durum, spelt, whole spelt, and whole khorasan wheat).

Learn more about Baia Pasta here.

Big Spoon Roasters

Big Spoon Roasters makes handcrafted nut butters from scratch in Durham, N.C. Uniquely fresh, delicious, and nutritious, each small batch is made to order with the best possible ingredients sourced directly from local and like-minded producers.

Learn more about Big Spoon Roasters here.

Bobo's Mountain Sugar

Tina and Skye boil down the springtime sap from 2500 maple trees living on their hillside in Weston, Vermont. All of their sap comes from one sugarbush, so the syrup tastes like Bobo’s Mountain: the soil, minerals, organic material, water and the trees. Bobo's Mountain Sugar is a wood-fired operation, and they use wood sourced either from their land or from their neighbors to ensure their fuel is local. It takes a lively mix of science and magic to make maple syrup, and they wait for those perfect early spring days where night-time temperatures are below freezing and day-time temperatures are above freezing. Then, as the sap is running, they collect it, light up a fire, and boil it down to syrup. When the syrup comes off the pans and you have your first taste of Bobo's Mountain...perfection.

Learn more about Bobo's Mountain Sugar here.

Bonache

Bonache is certainly not your average hot sauce. Beginning with quality chiles that have flavor in addition to their heat, Bonache adds ingredients you wouldn't expect, such as carrots and fresh lime juice, or cucumbers and radishes. As for the name Bonache (Bo-natch), who knows? It's a word made up by the founder, Marc's three year old son to describe many, many things.

Learn more about Bonache here.

Bow Hill

Bow Hill is on a mission rooted in history. What started as a Blueberry farm in 1947 and is now the longest-running Blueberry farm in Washington's Skagit Valley is now the site of the Soltes family homestead and Blueberry mecca. Since 2011, Harley and Susan have worked tirelessly (as farmers do) to bring the soil back to life and transition the fields to organic, all the while adding beautifully packaged and tasting items like the one above.

Learn more about Bow Hill here.

Bro Joe's Lil' Dressings

The name captures it all - Bro Joe's Lil' Salad Dressings. There's a lot there, yet #TheGeneralStory of Bro Joe tells it all: Joe, our bro, has a desk here at Stocked Studios. Bro Joe loves salad. But, as Bro Joe told us one day, "I buy a big bottle of salad dressing, use it once, let is sit in my fridge for two years, then have to throw it out." Well Bro Joe, these lil' 4 oz bottles of salad dressing are for you, and for all the others out there that share the same salad misery. Turns out Bro Joe is also a simple kinda guy. So, each of the three dressings include just 4 ingredients: 1) organic extra virgin olive oil, 2) white or traditional balsamic vinegar 3) Jacobsen Salt Co. salt and 4) a particular flavor oil (.e.g grapefruit oil). It may honestly be the only salad dressing out there that uses only extra virgin olive oil as its oil.

Learn more about Bro Joe's Lil' Dressings here.

Callahan's

Michael Callahan has been a fan of hot sauces all of his adult life. He started making them for himself, friends and family many years ago. And so it struck him, why not give it a go as a business. Just like any young fella might do, he went about doing the research. Fast forward to June 23rd, 2015 when he sold his first bottle of Callahan's Habanero Hot Sauce to Corey, the guy he met when picking up his first 500 labels at Northwest Label in Magnolia. Thanks, Corey.

Learn more about Callahan's here.

Eliot's Adult Nut Butters

These flavored nut butters come from our friends in Portland. Started by Michael in the Eliot neighborhood of Portland, these here are not your average peanut butters. Inspired by a moment of brilliance while snacking on a bag of spicy Thai cashews, Michael realized that while flavored nut butters exist, they always tend to be sweet. And so, the bolder, savory side of nut butters was born with the adult palate in mind. Here's to you Michael, you're a genius. Like their childish counterparts, these peanut butters pair perfectly with just a spoon, yet their unique flavors also mesh well in all sorts of recipes, from Thai food to desserts. So, go ahead, grab a jar and join us at the big-kid table.

Learn more about Eliot's Adult Nut Butters here.

Entube

Entube is a set of timeless condiments with modern flavor upgrades, packaged in stunning, easy-to-use aluminum tubes. Take the Harissa with the addition of Amazonian Acerola berry for a hint of sweetness as an example. Like the Harissa, each one is reminiscent of its traditional heritage with a contemporary boost, similar to what you might expect from a chef bringing traditional flavors into the 21st century.

Learn more about Entube here.

Everything on Everything

Everything On Everything owes its existence to the genius who invented the Everything Bagel. Our thought was: why stop with bagels? EOE is everything you need to make everything taste a bit like an Everything Bagel. Sprinkle a pinch on hummus, roasted veggies, white fish, your morning eggs, on salads, pasta dishes, etc. Heck, you can even take a boring plain bagel and turn it into an Everything Bagel :)

Learn more about Everything on Everything here.

Georgetown Pantry Supply

Georgetown Pantry Supply is Stocked General Store's in-house brand focusing on a line of pantry staples. With GPS we aspire to offer a line of everyday items that are easy on the wallet and beautiful on the eye, all the while maintaining the same quality we’d want in our very own pantries. Our flagship product is a perfect example. Georgetown Pantry Supply Raw Honey comes from beekeepers here in the Northwest that have been harvesting honey locally for 40+ years using the best practices known to beekeeping. It carries all the buzzwords when it comes to honey: it's 100% pure, raw and unfiltered honey, and the bee's are never fed high fructose corn syrup. It, like the rest of the line, is incredible stuff.

Learn more about Georgetown Pantry Supply here.

INNA

INNA jam/ INNA shrub makes fresh, seasonal jams (and shrubs) from organic fruit sourced within 150 miles of their Emeryville kitchen. By sourcing produce directly from local organic farmers They're able to get the best possible fruit - fruit that’s picked ripe and is absolutely fresh.

Learn more about INNA here.

K POP!

Growing up Korean Americans Mike & Theo were fortunate enough to have families that loved and celebrated Korean food. While at UCLA they became good friends through a mutual love for Korean Food. They founded KPOP with the understanding that their friends loved Korean food as much as they did. So they created KPOP to spread Korean food and flavors to America, and to promote the experience of bringing people together and having fun.

Learn more about K POP! here.

Kansas City Canning Co.

Developed from a mutual love of canning and preserving, Kansas City Canning Co. was created to forge a modern approach to the craft of food preservation. Specializing in pickles, preserves and cocktail goods- Kansas City Canning Co is looking to elevate and stretch the conceptualization of "canned" products- utilizing as much locally sourced produce and product as possible.

Learn more about Kansas City Canning Co. here.

Krista's Baking Co.

There's two things you must know about Krista. One, she is a gal of action. When she wants something, she makes it happen. Two, she has quite the sweet tooth. So, in 2014, after graduating from college a year early (in and out!) and spending a year doing marketing for an ice cream company, Krista did what she had her heart set on: She quit her 9 to 5 to follow her dream of owning her own business, letting her sweet tooth guide the way. Krista's Baking Co. was born, bringing a bit of class and flavor to essential baking staples.

Learn more about Krista's Baking Co. here.

Los Roast

The New Mexico Hatch Chile pepper is unlike any other. Grown in various regions throughout the state, including the famous Hatch Valley, these peppers are known for their subtle spice and delightful flavor. Quality, simplicity, and authenticity are the most important aspects of the New Mexico Chile. These values drive the Los Roast lineup and their mission. From there, they're roasted using traditional methods, peeled and chopped just like New Mexicans have been doing for years.

Learn more about Los Roast here.

Mustard and Co.

Mustard and Co. was launched on the basis that good food should be enjoyed in the company of bold condiments. Bold condiments have bold flavors and bold flavor means quality. To achieve superior quality, we stick to a minimum number of ingredients, all of which are recognizable and have great flavor. That means balsamic vinegar in place of distilled white vinegar, extra virgin olive oil in place of a more ordinary one, local raw honey, and salt from here in the Northwest. And since we eat with our eyes first, bold means striking packaging that grabs the eye, begs for attention and gets the conversation going.

Learn more about Mustard and Co. here.

Other Brother

The Other Brother Company is a Bay Area-based food company founded in 2012 by brothers Ben and Evan. Their award winning and organic goods are delicious - and good for you -hence their slogan, "Good goods." All of their ingredients are grown by them in California or sourced from their friends' sustainable organic farms.

Learn more about Other Brother here.

Quickles

Quickles, quite simply, is a pickling concentrate, so that you can make quick pickles, AKA refrigerator pickles at home. It takes all the thinking out and maintains all the fun. All you must do is this: chop up about a half pound of produce, like cucumbers or carrots or boiled beets. Pack them into a pint sized jar. Pour your Quickles concentrate in the jar, and top it off with water until your produce is completely submerged. From there, just let it sit in the fridge for a day or two, then enjoy your own homemade Quickles! By the way, Quickles is one of our in-house Stocked Kitchens brands, designed and created by our team. If you'd like to see the process in action, pay us a visit here at Stocked Studios.

Learn more about Quickles here.

Stopsky's

Stopsky's uses rich and buttery Castelvetrano olives and gently smokes them with Applewood, creating this unique savory treat. Perfect in a martini, or on your next appetizer tray with cheese and crackers.

Learn more about Stopsky's here.