Food

Food

Diane Demers
207-576-4238
Minot
Grey Goose Gourmet
Sandra Dwight-Barris

My name is Sandra. I’m the pepper jelly creator, cook and owner of Grey Goose Gourmet; where the kitchen is the heart of my business. When I am not making pepper jellies, you can find me either in our 1850’s barn shop, my garden, a farmer’s market, or at a festival sharing the pepper jelly love.

I enjoy creating these wonderful pepper jellies in the solitude of my own home at any time of the day, especially on a cold winter’s night when it is so peaceful: the dogs are nestled in their beds, Norman (my husband) is sleeping (snoring) and the wood stove is burning. It’s a true love from the heart. Making and sharing this simple but amazingly delicious food and all it’s goodness is my passion.

207-685-3252
Wayne
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Elise Ferrel
207-449-1553
Bath
William Hutton
978-376-9523
Chelsea
BERTS’ AWESOME STUFF
Bruce Little
Pickles, chutneys and jams

We make all our products in small batches in our home based kitchen. All pickle recipes are old family recipes from either my family or from Chriss’s family.

207-784-2568
Auburn
Beast Feast Maine, Inc.
Dana Masters
207-647-2746
Bridgton
Julia McCracken
207-841-4822
Topsham
NELSON’S CANDIES
Janet Nelson-Bernard
Makers of handmade old fashioned fudge, peanut brittle, gourmet popcorn and specialty confections for over four generations.
207-474-8973
Cornville
Handcrafted Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Melissa Rioux
My mother Dafni and I are the farmers and hand-crafters of our artisanal Greek specialties. We have an olive grove in Greece where we are involved in the harvest and production of our family estate Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive. We also handpick our Kalamata Olives, Wild Herbs, and Teas. In Maine, we combine our harvest with fresh local ingredients in small batches, creating our gourmet product line. We are truly “food artists,” from harvesting in Greece, to proudly handcrafting in Maine.
207-282-4002
Biddeford
Jeffrey Toothaker
207-377-6738
Winthrop