Girl Meets Dirt
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Girl Meets Dirt isn’t a restaurant - it’s a retail shop that makes incredible homemade fruit preserves, bitters, and shrubs. But we say it still counts, especially if you twist open a jar of quince marmalade for a taste in the parking lot. You may have seen a limited number of Girl Meets Dirt products at Seattle supermarkets, but there’s nothing quite like standing in front of their entire stock, all while sniffing out apples, pears, and plums steeping away in the back. Not to mention they also offer special edition reserve spreads, Laguiole cheese knives, San Juan sea salt, and custom tumblers made by Forest Ceramics. And if you’re reading this with no plans to travel at all, they have an online shop that ships nationwide.
Cheese Board Companion Box | Ships Nationally
Speaking of cheddar, a cheese board is just not complete without preserves from Girl Meets Dirt on Orcas Island. They feature local stone fruit, herbs, and California citrus, with flavors ranging from shiro plum with mint to pear with orange and peppercorn. Their cheese board companion box for $76 contains our personal favorite selections, including jars of their ruby red apple, pink bartlett pear, Italian plum, and quince cutting preserves.