Stonewall Kitchen {Review}

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My entire household is made up of food critics! I am sort of kidding, but even my 6 year old son gets in on taste testing for the blog or trying out new recipes for family events. We all grew excited when I learned about Stonewall Kitchen at the NYC Summer Fancy Food Fest and all of they had to offer home and professional chefs!

Stonewall Kitchen {Review}


Stonewall Kitchen GB House


The owners of Stonewall Kitchen got their start back in the early 90s at a local farmer’s market, trying to raise $200 to pay off bills. Both Jonathan King and Jim Stott had no idea that their Saturday morning venture would become the internationally known name that it is today. They started with making jams and jellies and went on to include whatever was locally and seasonally available like pesto sauce, vinegar, baked goods and more!

Stonewall Kitchen {Review}


They currently have 11 stores on the East Coast, but they also have their products available online and they ship to over 40 countries! Their main headquarters, which include a large retail store and their corporate offices, are in York, Maine, on a sprawling 60,000 acre campus which also includes their cooking school.  The cooking school also offers demonstrations, hands-on classes as well as hosts private parties and events!

Stonewall Kitchen {Review}


Stonewall Kitchen offers a variety of specialty food products, ranging from baking goods and sauces to flavored oils, drink mixes and honey. They make every effort to be all natural, as defined by the list maintained by Whole Foods. Most of their items are also non-GMO, gluten-free and/or organic. I also like that they offer low or no sugar added products for those of us watching our sugar intake.

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I was provided a few of their products to taste and use at home, here are my thoughts about a few of them.

  • Wild Maine Blueberry Jam: This isn’t just for toast! In my house, it’s been added instead of syrup on pancakes and waffles, mixed into muffin batter, and even in a few sauces. It’s full of blueberries and a hint of lemon, which is a great balance of sweet with a little tart.
  • Farmhouse Ketchup: I never realized that not all ketchup tastes the same. This is a terrific “basic” ketchup without trying to be fancy. A deep tomato base with spices, a little sugar and some tang from vinegar. Not only has it been a hit on hamburgers and hot dogs, but also in my meatloaf recipe!
  • Sea Salt Caramel Sauce: An awesome combination of sweet and salty! This is perfect straight from the jar, but warmed and drizzled over ice cream, brownies or a piece of cake, and it’s just heavenly. I personally like the sea salt that’s been added, it enhances the sweet without forcing it too far into the sweet or salty balance.

Stonewall Kitchen Pancake Mix

Do yourself a favor and go visit the Stonewall Kitchen website today. And be sure to connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest for the latest information and promotions!

Want to try some delicious Stonewall Kitchen products for yourself?  Be sure to enter here for your chance to win an amazing Stonewall Kitchen Prize Pack!

Disclosure:I participated in the Mom Blog Tour at the Summer Fancy Food Show on behalf of Wendy’s Bloggers and received Stonewall Kitchen products to facilitate my review.

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51 thoughts on “Stonewall Kitchen {Review}

  • I would love to try their Sea Salt Caramel Sauce.

  • I would love to try the candles.

  • I have not heard of them before. Their products look great!

  • All these products sound amazing!!!!

  • the dark cherry sause sounds amazing

  • Yum, the blueberry jam would go over so well in our house!

  • Yum! The products they produce sound really good and down homey like! And what fun to have your kids involved in taste testing in the kitchen!

  • never tried these….the jam looks amazing

  • I’m going to have to try the jams. I also think the jars look neat. I would like to see how they would look on a rack in my kitchen!

  • I just love their stuff and these items are so pretty thanks for sharing this one.

  • WOW their products sound amazing i would like to try the caramel sauce. thanks for sharing

  • I love their products!

  • I could probably eat that whole jar of sea salt caramel sauce with a spoon. Looks so good!

  • Ooooh I would love to taste that Farmhouse Ketchup. To have an old-fashioned, back-to-basics ketchup instead of the overly processed ones in the stores. I bet it’s a flavor punch!

  • I think many things look great but the Caramel sauce would be my pick!

  • I would love to try the Sea Salt Caramel Sauce. It just sounds delicious, and I am sure it is.

  • I discovered Stonewall Kitchen’s website years ago. I order their delicious jams and jellies for our family and for gifts. I never knew the story of how this business started. Thanks!

  • I can’t believe that from a debt owing of $200, that Stonewall Kitchen was trying to raise….grew a company worth probably hundreds of thousands, if not millions!

  • I like simple, homemade ingredients. These jams and spreads look really tasty, too!

  • I like the labeling. It’s not too fancy. It looks like something home made. It just has an inviting look to it, weird as that sounds.

  • They have some great products but my favorite is the Maple Cream, it would be tasty on some homemade donuts!

  • Okay, I saw the sea salt caramel sauce and that is all I needed to see. I must try that! It sounds awesome!

  • Yum! I’d love to try all of your products, they look delicious!

  • My mum does all these things, well, she tries to… XD

  • The products sound great. I’d love to try the Wild Maine Blueberry Jam and the Sea Salt Caramel Sauce. Thank you for sharing this review.

  • These products look delicious ! 🙂

  • I like that most of their items are also non-GMO, gluten-free and/or organic. I’d like to try the blueberry jam.

  • They have a lot of great products I would love to try!

  • I love blueberries.I just freeze them.When I need them,thaw them.They turn into jam immediately!

  • The blueberry maine jam is heavenly!

  • I’d like to try the ketchup. I’ve really only ever used two brands. I have got to try it.

  • I think the caramel sauce looks delicious and tempting.

  • it all looks yummy

  • These candles sound wonderful. All of it does, but I am a sucker for smelly good candles.

  • I would love to try the Farmhouse pancake mix I bet it will be very good and the blueberry syrup

  • I love to get the blueberry jam for my mother yum

  • I so love caramel sauce on apples!

  • we need one of these shops!

  • Oh my, those products look so good & interesting. Thanks for the great article.

  • that looks good and they were able to branch out in other area i not headrd of them

  • Sea Salt Caramel Sauce… yummmmm…

  • Wow, so many amazing products. I have had the Jam before and it is super yummy. I would love to try some of the other items .

  • I love Jams so the Wild Maine blueberry jam sound good

  • In the home I grew up in it was much like this, the beautiful wood my gran coming over with canned preserves, brings back good memories.. That caramel sauce drizzled on a fresh pound cake omg!

  • I can’t believe this company started out with a $200 debt-raising invention, and ballooned into something so big that they sell everything from greeting cards, to Lobsters! I have checked out the website briefly, and am very impressed!

  • I really like the wild maine blueberry jam!

  • The Wild Maine Blueberry Jam sounds so good.

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