Edible Bozeman

Flowers from Remy

Stop by Labellum and peek into Remy Brault’s cooler or just ask what she has around. Brault sources from local and ethical farms as much as possible and she introduced us to our new favorite flower: the ranunculus. Take home a bouquet and put little blooms around your kitchen, office, or bedroom. This is a great way to cheer up any day, and you can treat yourself or get blossoms for a friend. Available at Labellum.

Bear and Berries Pillow

This is the pillow we didn’t know we needed until we stopped in at The Jump. Featuring a sweet bear rambling among the berries, this pillow is the ideal size for snuggling up with a good book by the fire—which we are totally still doing in spring around here! Available at The Marketplace at The Jump in Gallatin Gateway

Pastured Ghee

Local ghee? We were delighted to find this ghee from a Montana family business. Key to the Mountain makes ghee in small batches with milk from pasture-raised Montana cows. Ghee is naturally lactose free and a wonderful addition to your cooking oil lineup. Available at La Cuisine in Bozeman and direct from keytothemountain.com.

Salted Honey Cardamom Simple Syrup

Meadowland out of Bend, Oregon, has an array of infused simple syrups you can use in cocktails, coff ee drinks, and tea. This flavor is wonderful with bourbon and makes a great evening hot toddy. (For each mug of hot water add a teaspoon or two of simple syrup, a splash of whiskey if you’d like, and a lemon round.) Once you have an open bottle, keep it refrigerated and use it for your baking too. It’s just right for adding interesting flavors and a touch of sweetness to whipped cream or drizzling over a Bundt cake. Available at Single Barrel Liquor & Bar in Bozeman and direct at meadowlandsyrup.com.

Kelsi’s Kitchen Raspberry Cacao Bites

The Cacao Bites from Kelsi’s Kitchen are made with five core organic ingredients: almonds, coconut oil, cacao powder, local honey, and Himalayan pink salt. Freeze-dried raspberries are part of the mix for our favorite flavor. In memory of founder Kelsi Petersen’s mom, 10 percent of Kelsi’s Kitchen profits go to ALS research and support. Available in the refrigerator section at Town & Country Foods, Joe’s Parkway, Bozeman Community Food Co-op, Rosauers, The Hungry Moose in Big Sky, Woods Rose Market in Livingston, and direct at kelsiskitchen.com.

Nice Fella Italian-Style Pilsner

This beer’s crisp and lively complexity is the result of a long fermentation followed by more time resting. Pilsners require patience—perhaps that’s why we don’t see more of them—but thankfully the team at Mountains Walking Brewery has the patience required, as well as creativity. They are continuously brewing new products and the art on their cans is almost as captivating as what’s inside. Available at Mountains Walking Brewery, Joe’s Parkway, Single Barrel Liquor & Bar, local groceries, and distributed statewide thanks to George’s Distributing.

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