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Amazon Prime Gourmet finds?
July 13, 2014 11:43 PM   Subscribe

Help me find some really great gourmet foods that are available through Amazon Prime.
posted by dougiedd to Shopping (15 answers total) 113 users marked this as a favorite
 
Maple Sugar Candy
posted by Jacqueline at 1:12 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


Oil-Cured Olives
posted by Jacqueline at 1:14 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


Dried Cherries
posted by Jacqueline at 1:15 AM on July 14


Smoked Oysters
posted by Jacqueline at 1:15 AM on July 14


Dutch (or Finnish) Salted Liquorice (only kidding!)
posted by glasseyes at 2:48 AM on July 14


This Kalamata olive spread is basically my favorite thing. I've also had good luck with dolmas and blue cheese olives from the same company.

I use Amazon for a lot, but I'm not totally sure what you're getting at with this question. Do you want things that are a great value? Or things that are difficult to find in your average supermarket? What sort of foods do you like? I mean, I'm (obviously) a salt junkie, but are you a low-carbing vegan with high blood pressure? A little direction here would get you better (and more) responses.

But buy that olive spread. Seriously.
posted by MeghanC at 3:00 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


The Kalamata olive spread that MeghanC mentions is great on rye crackers, and it turns out that Amazon stocks my favorite brand.
posted by Jacqueline at 3:29 AM on July 14


Duck fat. Fry/roast everything in it. Trust me.
posted by JulesER at 6:27 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


Bet you can find truffle salt there.
posted by aniola at 7:36 AM on July 14


French grey sea salt

red and black lava finishing salts

Spanish saffron threads

Pimenton de la Vera - Dulce y Picante

Piment d'Espelette

fennel pollen

dill pollen

yuzu kosho

Kampot peppercorns

French harissa paste

preserved lemons

black garlic

dried morel mushrooms

truffles: minced black truffles in olive oil, black truffle salt, black truffle oil, white truffle salt, white truffle oil, truffle honey

balsamic vinegars: 1-year, 10-year, 20-year, 25-year, 30-year, 50-year, 100-year

roasted vegetable demi-glace

white shoyu

artisan cocktail bitters

Madagascar vanilla bean paste

raw Manuka honey

European-style brown sugar cubes
posted by divined by radio at 7:47 AM on July 14 [19 favorites]


You can get crazy deals on bulk packages of vanilla beans, if you go through a lot of them (or go in with friends on a pack). I've bought them several times, from a few different sellers, and they've always been great quality.
posted by jessicapierce at 7:52 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


Patum Peperium: The Gentleman's Relish.
posted by mumkin at 8:07 AM on July 14 [1 favorite]


The Divina dolmas that MeghanC linked are *amazing*
posted by colin_l at 12:28 PM on July 14


Not sure if this qualifies as a gourmet food, but Miracle Fruit Tablets are available, and they work. Limes taste wonderful with miracle fruit.
posted by benzenedream at 4:40 PM on July 14 [1 favorite]


Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil - Some of the best tasting virgin coconut oil I've found online. Strong coconut flavor = great for protein shakes and deserts.
posted by VegasDude at 3:07 PM on July 19


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