Stone Hollow Farmstead

Stone Hollow Farmstead Pickles (Set of 2)

$16$36
Stone Hollow Farmstead Pickles (Set of 2)
Stone Hollow Farmstead

Stone Hollow Farmstead Pickles (Set of 2)

$16$36
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Pickles, every which way.

These jars are letting us try a whole slew of pickled veggies and fruits—from onions, fennel, and sweet peppers...even carrots and beets. (You’ll find good, old-fashioned bread-and-butter pickles here, too.) Everything’s handcrafted using pesticide-free produce from local farms just outside of Birmingham, Alabama. Oh, and get this: It all comes from a family that’s been canning and preserving foods for generations.

Pick a pickle, any pickle (whatever you choose, you’ll be getting two jars):

  • Bread and Butter Pickles, for burgers, tuna salad...all the usual suspects (and then some).
  • Pickled Asparagus, just-right for the bar cart or barbecue spread.
  • Pickled Red Onion, ready to jazz up salads, sandwiches, salmon, your choice.
  • Pickled Vidalia Onion, a sweeter onion that’ll fit right in on a charcuterie board, along with fennel sausage and Pecorino-Romano cheese.
  • Pickled Fennel, a traditionally Italian treat we’re slathering over pork roasts and hot biscuits.
  • Pickled Red Beets, bursting with earthy, smoky, and tart flavor—use 'em to add excitement to your favorite slaw.
  • Pickled Golden Beets, a sweeter, more delicate take on red beets, they're the topping your grain bowl never knew it needed.
  • Pickled Carrots, sweet, crisp, and ready to ride alongside cheese, tuna salad, or fried chicken.
  • Pickled Sweet Peppers, bringing a little heat, a little sweetness, and lots of flavor to our burgers and salads.
  • Garden Pickles, a medley of seasonal vegetables with herbs like thyme, tarragon, and dill. (Go ahead, eat ‘em straight from the jar.)
  • Dill Pickles, classic spears with a briny kick, coming soon to a sandwich plate near you.
  • Pickled Broccoli Rabe, a mellowed-out take on its fresh counterpart, we love it on sammies and pizza.
  • Sweet Corn Relish, a no-brainer addition to hot dogs and burgers. (We also love it in lil’ tart shells with cream cheese.)
  • Made in: Harpersville, Alabama
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

These jars are letting us try a whole slew of pickled veggies and fruits—from onions, fennel, and sweet peppers...even carrots and beets. (You’ll find good, old-fashioned bread-and-butter pickles here, too.) Everything’s handcrafted using pesticide-free produce from local farms just outside of Birmingham, Alabama. Oh, and get this: It all comes from a family that’s been canning and preserving foods for generations.

Pick a pickle, any pickle (whatever you choose, you’ll be getting two jars):

  • Bread and Butter Pickles, for burgers, tuna salad...all the usual suspects (and then some).
  • Pickled Asparagus, just-right for the bar cart or barbecue spread.
  • Pickled Red Onion, ready to jazz up salads, sandwiches, salmon, your choice.
  • Pickled Vidalia Onion, a sweeter onion that’ll fit right in on a charcuterie board, along with fennel sausage and Pecorino-Romano cheese.
  • Pickled Fennel, a traditionally Italian treat we’re slathering over pork roasts and hot biscuits.
  • Pickled Red Beets, bursting with earthy, smoky, and tart flavor—use 'em to add excitement to your favorite slaw.
  • Pickled Golden Beets, a sweeter, more delicate take on red beets, they're the topping your grain bowl never knew it needed.
  • Pickled Carrots, sweet, crisp, and ready to ride alongside cheese, tuna salad, or fried chicken.
  • Pickled Sweet Peppers, bringing a little heat, a little sweetness, and lots of flavor to our burgers and salads.
  • Garden Pickles, a medley of seasonal vegetables with herbs like thyme, tarragon, and dill. (Go ahead, eat ‘em straight from the jar.)
  • Dill Pickles, classic spears with a briny kick, coming soon to a sandwich plate near you.
  • Pickled Broccoli Rabe, a mellowed-out take on its fresh counterpart, we love it on sammies and pizza.
  • Sweet Corn Relish, a no-brainer addition to hot dogs and burgers. (We also love it in lil’ tart shells with cream cheese.)

Pickles, every which way.

These jars are letting us try a whole slew of pickled veggies and fruits—from onions, fennel, and sweet peppers...even carrots and beets. (You’ll find good, old-fashioned bread-and-butter pickles here, too.) Everything’s handcrafted using pesticide-free produce from local farms just outside of Birmingham, Alabama. Oh, and get this: It all comes from a family that’s been canning and preserving foods for generations.

Pick a pickle, any pickle (whatever you choose, you’ll be getting two jars):

  • Bread and Butter Pickles, for burgers, tuna salad...all the usual suspects (and then some).
  • Pickled Asparagus, just-right for the bar cart or barbecue spread.
  • Pickled Red Onion, ready to jazz up salads, sandwiches, salmon, your choice.
  • Pickled Vidalia Onion, a sweeter onion that’ll fit right in on a charcuterie board, along with fennel sausage and Pecorino-Romano cheese.
  • Pickled Fennel, a traditionally Italian treat we’re slathering over pork roasts and hot biscuits.
  • Pickled Red Beets, bursting with earthy, smoky, and tart flavor—use 'em to add excitement to your favorite slaw.
  • Pickled Golden Beets, a sweeter, more delicate take on red beets, they're the topping your grain bowl never knew it needed.
  • Pickled Carrots, sweet, crisp, and ready to ride alongside cheese, tuna salad, or fried chicken.
  • Pickled Sweet Peppers, bringing a little heat, a little sweetness, and lots of flavor to our burgers and salads.
  • Garden Pickles, a medley of seasonal vegetables with herbs like thyme, tarragon, and dill. (Go ahead, eat ‘em straight from the jar.)
  • Dill Pickles, classic spears with a briny kick, coming soon to a sandwich plate near you.
  • Pickled Broccoli Rabe, a mellowed-out take on its fresh counterpart, we love it on sammies and pizza.
  • Sweet Corn Relish, a no-brainer addition to hot dogs and burgers. (We also love it in lil’ tart shells with cream cheese.)
  • Made in: Harpersville, Alabama
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

These jars are letting us try a whole slew of pickled veggies and fruits—from onions, fennel, and sweet peppers...even carrots and beets. (You’ll find good, old-fashioned bread-and-butter pickles here, too.) Everything’s handcrafted using pesticide-free produce from local farms just outside of Birmingham, Alabama. Oh, and get this: It all comes from a family that’s been canning and preserving foods for generations.

Pick a pickle, any pickle (whatever you choose, you’ll be getting two jars):

  • Bread and Butter Pickles, for burgers, tuna salad...all the usual suspects (and then some).
  • Pickled Asparagus, just-right for the bar cart or barbecue spread.
  • Pickled Red Onion, ready to jazz up salads, sandwiches, salmon, your choice.
  • Pickled Vidalia Onion, a sweeter onion that’ll fit right in on a charcuterie board, along with fennel sausage and Pecorino-Romano cheese.
  • Pickled Fennel, a traditionally Italian treat we’re slathering over pork roasts and hot biscuits.
  • Pickled Red Beets, bursting with earthy, smoky, and tart flavor—use 'em to add excitement to your favorite slaw.
  • Pickled Golden Beets, a sweeter, more delicate take on red beets, they're the topping your grain bowl never knew it needed.
  • Pickled Carrots, sweet, crisp, and ready to ride alongside cheese, tuna salad, or fried chicken.
  • Pickled Sweet Peppers, bringing a little heat, a little sweetness, and lots of flavor to our burgers and salads.
  • Garden Pickles, a medley of seasonal vegetables with herbs like thyme, tarragon, and dill. (Go ahead, eat ‘em straight from the jar.)
  • Dill Pickles, classic spears with a briny kick, coming soon to a sandwich plate near you.
  • Pickled Broccoli Rabe, a mellowed-out take on its fresh counterpart, we love it on sammies and pizza.
  • Sweet Corn Relish, a no-brainer addition to hot dogs and burgers. (We also love it in lil’ tart shells with cream cheese.)