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Stonewall Kitchen Holiday Jam

massgirl Dec 10, 2008 09:33 AM

Has anybody seen this seasonal item recently anywhere they sell Stonewall Kitchen? I know that Paper Source, Roche Brothers, and Whole Foods (amoung others) sell their products but I wasn't sure if any of those places carry the seasonal products. I can get to these stores, but none of them are really convenient so I'd rather know for sure before I go :)

I know I can order it online, but before I do that, i thought I'd check with fellow Chowhounders to see if anybody had noticed it. It sounds delicious/

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    catsmeow Feb 9, 2009 04:52 AM

    Thank you! As a result of this thread, I tried some Holiday Jam and loved it. Of course, now that the holidays are over and i want some more, nobody has it. I checked Stonewall Kitchen's site and they have it for 1/2 price. They also have Holiday Syrup on sale for 1/2 price too. I ordered both, and the syrup os delicious! I thought I'd share the info in case someone else wanted to stock up until the holidays come around again.

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      taxi Dec 20, 2008 04:38 AM

      Massgirl, there is also a Paper Source store located in Reading right off 128 in the Jordan's mall.

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        perks25 Dec 19, 2008 04:32 PM

        Back to the original post I try to get all my stonewall kitchen stuff at Russo's in Watertown. All the Stonewall kitchen stuff is cheaper!! I went online to Stonewall site and the wild blueberry jam(under the oranges near checkout) is 9.50 but at russos only 6. The pancake/waffle stuff (by the banana's)is only like 6 bucks also verse the $10 on the web. It seems Russo's is 40% cheaper then the listed. Check it out. Just know their stuff is in different places at Russos so make sure you look for everthing or ask.

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          purple bot Dec 18, 2008 10:03 AM

          I saw it recently at Roche Brothers and thought of this post.

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            rememberme Dec 17, 2008 10:12 AM

            What is this stuff? Why is it so good?

            1. massgirl Dec 16, 2008 08:52 AM

              I found Holiday Jam at The Paper Store in Waltham. It is tasty stuff :) I recommend it. I haven't been able to find either Holiday Tea or the other version that is made by Republic of Tea but I haven't looked very hard either.

              On a side note, I managed to get my Farmhouse Chutney open, finally. It was really really good. I was planning on using it for a curried cheese spread I was going to make for a family party but I am a dumba*s and left it out overnight after I opened it so I had to toss it. Ah well :) I can always buy some more!

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                galleygirl Dec 16, 2008 08:56 AM

                Chutney left open overnight would have been fine; it IS a preserve, after all....

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                  PrincessBakesALot Dec 16, 2008 06:28 PM

                  The Holiday Tea was 99 cents a few months ago at the warehouse outlet in Rochester NH.
                  I don't know if it was just old stock or if they were discontinuing it, I guess I should open the one I bought and try it.

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                    yumyum Dec 18, 2008 09:45 AM

                    I picked up a jar of this at Tags in Porter Square to add to a gift basket. I hope it's as good as this thread leads me to believe! What IS so good about it, anyway?

                  2. greygarious Dec 10, 2008 02:17 PM

                    Has anyone tried it? I have an unopened jar I bought a few years ago, thinking to add it to a friend's Xmas gift. But I was disappointed in the other flavors I bought - love their Roasted Garlic and Onion Jam, but their fruit preserves/jellies/jams had weak fruit flavor and were overly sweet (even for me). I've been meaning to use it myself. I much prefer Trader Joe's house brand preserves, especially the raspberry and blueberry.

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                      makonna Dec 10, 2008 04:19 PM

                      I love their roasted garlic and onion jam. I love it with Les Trois Petits Cochons’ Mousse Truffee and a nice multigrain cracker. Yum! Although I have never had their jams, I find myself always getting their chutneys. Although the holiday jam does sound intriguing.

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                        WilliamTheFoodie Dec 11, 2008 03:57 AM

                        I like the roasted jam and especially the Farmhouse Chutney. Anything else I have ever tried as far as fruit jams have been just short of medocre to totally blah. I mean, Smuckers is better. Seriously.

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                          massgirl Dec 11, 2008 05:31 AM

                          So long as I can still find it, I am picking up a jar this weekend and I will report back. I am also hoping to find the Republic of Tea Holiday Tea but we'll see.

                          I have a jar of the Farmhouse Chutney but despite my best efforts I CANNOT get the jar open so I have yet to taste it. I go to the gym and do free weights but yet I can't even get a stupid jar open. Oh well. C'est la vie.

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                            greygarious Dec 11, 2008 05:42 AM

                            You've probably already tried running putting the lid in hot water. Have you tried turning the jar upside down and slamming it onto the counter? You need to do it vertically, so the whole lid hits the counter at the same time.

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                              massgirl Dec 11, 2008 05:53 AM

                              I have tried the hot water (and an elastic, and hitting the edge of the lid, etc etc) but I haven't tried your last suggestion, I'll try that tonight!

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                              greygarious Dec 11, 2008 02:50 PM

                              RoT makes a delicious tea with Cranberry and Blood Orange that would fit the holiday theme, if you can't find Holiday Tea.

                          2. massgirl Dec 10, 2008 11:57 AM

                            There were piles of Holiday Jam at the Paper Store in Bedford? I know both of those places sell Stonewall Kitchen but I am looking for that particular product. Thanks!

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                              justbeingpolite Dec 10, 2008 12:07 PM

                              Yes indeed,
                              piles of Holiday Jam!!

                              Granted, I was distracted by Lindt and Ghirardelli chocolates, singing christmas ornaments, and dancing and singing snowmen....

                              does this reassure?: http://www.thepaperstore.com/index.ph...

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                                BostonZest Dec 10, 2008 02:12 PM

                                That sounds delicious. Now, hounds keep your eyes open for us car-free Bostonians. Where can I find it on the T????

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                                  9lives Dec 10, 2008 03:48 PM

                                  I saw it recently at Savenor's on Charles St.

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                                    lgss Dec 17, 2008 03:33 AM

                                    Call WFM Fresh Pond. I know they have the regular ones, haven't checked for the holiday ones.

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                                  hugo Dec 17, 2008 10:29 AM

                                  Also at the Paper Store in Reading if that is closer for you.

                                3. kobuta Dec 10, 2008 11:18 AM

                                  At the Fruitcenter Marketplace in Milton (otherwise known as Milton Marketplace). There's a whole wall of Stonewall products when you first walk into the store, past the registers.

                                  1. justbeingpolite Dec 10, 2008 10:27 AM

                                    Saw piles of them in the Paper Store in Bedford.

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