The Condimented Pantry features a selection of unique, high-quality, small-batch condiments, gourmet sauces, chutneys, jams, dressings, and dessert sauces from around the country. We bring you things that you won't see in stores everywhere.
Whether your are: cooking at home; bringing something to a friend's house; cooking on the road (not just camping, think business trip kitchenette); looking for a gift for someone who loves to cook or who loves to eat (and who doesn't?) - condiments and tasty things in little jar are a cook's best friend. We love cooking with the items in our pantry - we know you will, too.
(taken in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison in Colorado)
We love to travel, we love to cook, we love to eat. Wherever we go we discover locally-made condiments, sauces, relishes, and other delicious pantry items. We meet the producers, taste the products, and take some with us to offer to you for your pantry.
We have some new items arriving for our 2017 Spring Collection - check out What's New in The Pantry, but right now all of our other items are on sale- just enter the code JUNE15 to get 15% off your order from June 20 through July 4, 2017. This sale does not include any of our items that are Coming Soon. Remember: orders over $100.00 have free shipping.
(Cooking chorizo & arugula on the road)
We continually add condiments and sauces to our collection. Some special items may be available on a limited basis. Keep checking back to see what we have added to The Condimented Pantry. We are expanding our collection of Maine condiments and condiments from the northeast. We can't wait to bring all the wonderful local ingredients to other parts of the country. We will continue to have our trusted, but condimented, elves back at the Pantry manning the fort, and we will ship you your orders whether we are on the road or not.
As we camp and cook our way west, we will continue to seek out more great products from small-batch producers around the lower 48 states. One of these days we hope to pick up some Alaskan condiments. It will be interesting to see what they will be. Let us know who and where your favorite small-batch producers are.
We want to know what you would like to see in (y)our Pantry!