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Quinn's Gourmet Raspberry Pepper Jelly, 12 oz Jar - Raspberries, Red Bell Peppers & Jalapenos - by Quinn's (Pack of 3)

Item# SPM5898678503 | Model# 12-22_3 | Added on February 28, 2012 | Seller: Dilettante Inc.
Quinn's Gourmet Raspberry Pepper Jelly, 12 oz Jar - Raspberries, Red Bell Peppers & Jalapenos - by Quinn's (Pack of 3)
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Quinn's Raspberry Pepper Jelly is the perfect accompaniment to a variety of dishes. Try this pepper jelly on any type of cheese - use it to glaze a wheel of brie. Serve it on toast, biscuits or bagels to wake up your morning. Mix it with any zesty mustard and use as a dip for shrimp or chicken. Add some to sour cream or mayonnaise as a dressing for fruit, salad or coleslaw.

Made with simple, natural ingredients, Quinn's Raspberry Pepper Jelly is a high-quality gourmet product. You'll savor the rich flavors of bell peppers, jalapenos, and raspberries mixed with just the right amount of sweet sugar. The perfect blend of spicy and sweet will surprise and delight your taste buds.

Quinn's unique Pepper Jellies are available in five unexpectedly delicious flavor combinations. Each flavor is made with fresh, all natural ingredients that we buy locally here in the Pacific Northwest. The combination of sweet berries and fruits mixed with hot peppers and chilies makes for a topsy-turvy, yet extremely tasty flavor experience. Treat yourself or give them to friends and family as gourmet gifts!

Your order will include three jars, 12 oz per jar, of Quinn's Raspberry Pepper Jelly. We will ship the pepper jelly direct to you from our warehouse.

  • Gourmet Raspberry Pepper Jelly made with all-natural, fresh ingredients
  • Sugar, bell peppers, jalapenos and raspberries combine for a sweet and spicy kick
  • A zesty alternative to traditional jelly
  • Surprisingly delicious and versatile; glaze cheeses or try

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