Jot down what you'd like and add it to the comments box. We will do our best to pick just the right thing. JARS: 16oz jars and plastic containers from the Wine Shop (mozzarella, olives) we would gladly have back!

BREAD Tinderhearth: French batard, Maine grain boule, spelt loaf, rye loaf ($8.50) on Wednesday and Saturday


Delice de Bourgogne (soft, triple cream, cow’s milk, Burgundy) $18.50/#
Brie Fermier (double cream, cow’s milk, Isle de France, proper Brie!) $20/#
Taleggio (cow’s milk, washed rind, pungent exterior, creamy interior, Lombardy) $16/#
Willoughby (cow’s milk beer-washed rind, ripe and gently smelly, VT ) $14 ea
Perigordine (soft, goat’s milk, plush, dense, and decandant chevre, Perigord) $22/#
Marinated goat cheese (in EVOO and herbs, from Meredith Dairy, AU) $13/11oz jar

Kaltbach Le Cremeux (cow’s milk, rich and creamy, Switzerland) $18/#
Pinchin Toma (raw cow’s milk, gently tangy and delicious, Piemonte) $18/#
Morbier (semi soft, cow’s milk, washed rind, ash layer, Franche-Comte) $18/#
Fleur Maquis (semi soft sheep’s milk, wild herb and ash rind, exotic! Corsica) $21/#
Twig Farm Tomme (goat’s milk, semi soft, tasty earthy & beautiful rind! VT) $22/#
Chebris (raw milk sheep/goat blend, semi soft and tangy/creamy, Basque) $21/#

Coastal Cheddar (aged, nice crystals! cow’s milk, Dorset UK) $13/#
Parmigiano Reggiano (cow’s milk aged 3-years, Parma) $20/#
Gruyere (raw cow’s milk, 3-year cave aged, Switzerland) $20/#
Appenzeller (cow’s milk, firm, nutty and full flavored, Switzerland) $21/#
Guntensberg (raw cow’s milk, nutty, deeply flavorful, Switzerland) $21/#
Piave Vecchio (cow’s milk, hard, parmesan-like table cheese, Lombardy) $18.50/#
Pecorino Crotonese (sheep’s milk, nutty, aged, not too salty, Calabria) $17/#
Pecorino Romano (aged, extra sharp, sheep’s milk, Sardinia) $12#
Manchego (aged, raw sheep’s milk, La Mancha) $18/#
Sheep Gouda (aged, sheep’s milk, rich and nuanced, crystals, Netherlands) $20/#

Stilton (crumbly blue, full flavored, Dorset UK) $18/#
Gorgonzola Dolce (cow’s milk, soft spreadable blue, Lombardy) $18/#
Blue d’Auvergne (cow’s milk, crumbly texture, creamy taste, Auverge) $18/#
1924 Blue (semi-soft blue, sheep/cow, like old-school Roquefort, Auvergne) $19/#

Fresh Ricotta $6.50/#, Bulgarian Feta $8.50/#

MEATS: pate mousse, pate de campagne, pancetta, sopressata, chorizo, iberico salami, fennel salami  

Whole chickens and ducks from Milkweed Gardens, Bone-in chicken thighs from Commonwealth ($6/#)

Crackers: water crackers, olive oil/sea salt flat breads, toketti di pane (little crisps from Sardinia) fruit/nut crips for soft cheese, gluten free crackers

Olives: Castelvetrano (16oz jars $7.5),  Mixed Provencal, Nicoise, pitted green,  (small jars $6)

Butter:  Super delicious cultured Vermont Ploughgate, salted and unsalted (1/2# $6.50) Beurre de Baratte salted butter from Normandy (embossed cow on top, ridiculously good. $10)

Oils: organic 3-liter Moroccan ($30), organic 3-liter Turkish ($30), organic Paesano Sicilian 1-liter ($23), Iliades Kalamata Greek 750ml ($15), organic Moulins Mahjoub Tunisian 1-liter ($19) organic Moretti Oil 750ml ($24.50), grapeseed oil 1L ($11.50)

Vinegars:  white, red, rose wine vinegars, balsamic (simple, medium and fancy), sherry vinegar, Spanish garnacha vinegar (delicious cross between red wine and sherry style), Japanese brown rice vinegar,  Maine cider vinegar, tomato vinegar from Italy, Chinese black vinegar

Condiments: mustard: whole grain, walnut, tarragon & plain dijon, anchovies, cornichons, capers (in vinegar and salt-packed), caperberries, dried porcini,  tomato paste, harissa, black olive paste, saffron, Maldon salt, sambal oelek, Maine honey, jam (many kinds), marmalade, elder flower syrup, cranberry-orange chutney, (jar of 2), tahini (single sourced, excellent), preserved lemons,  Amarena cherries (for cocktails and ice cream) 

Dry Goods: Lucy’s Granola (all flavors), 1 kilo 00 flour & 1 kilo semolina (for making pasta, pizza, gnocchi, etc.), arborio rice, paella rice, polenta, farro, Moroccan couscous, Blanxart dark chocolate bars

Canned Goods: chick peas, black beans, cannellini beans, San Marzano tomatoes, shakshuka, sardines, Italian tuna, Spanish wild-caught anchovies, roasted red peppers, caponata, small jars of artichoke hearts in olive oil (fancy treat!) and artichoke hearts in brine (also tasty) PASTA SAUCES:  Alla Norma – eggplant/tomato (for 2), basil pesto (for 4), tomato/tuna/caper sauce (for 2), Arrabiata – spicy tomato (for 2), cherry tomato sauce (for 2), Passatta – simple tomato sauce (for 4). 

Pasta:  long shapes, tubes, spirals, squid ink, flat egg noodles, gluten free pasta, we have lots of lovely choices, tell us what you’re making, what you like, or we can choose for you

Asian: Thai curry paste (red, green, yellow, Masaman), coconut milk, bean thread noodles, soba noodles, somen noodles (for ramen), rice stick noodles (pad thai etc.), sushi rice, brown rice miso, Japanese shoyu (soy) sauce, ponzu, mirin, rice vinegar, sesame oil, chili garlic paste, sambal oelek, shaoxing cooking wine, Red Boat fish sauce, mango pickle

Coffee/Tea: let us know if you want it ground and how
La Colombe: 1# Nizza (medium roast) or Corsica (dark roast)
We have a wide range of black, green, and herbal tea (link to full list) or you can describe what you like and indicate whether you want a large or small bag.

Beer: Specify type and/or brewery and quantity you’d like and we’ll get as close as we can! We feature primarily MAINE breweries including, Foundation, Maine Beer Co., Orono Brewing Co., Liquid Riot, Oxbow,  Mast Landing and Ellsworth’s Own, Fogtown! We often have imports of traditional Euro beers such as Saisons, Trappist style Belgian ales, Helles lagers etc.

Cider: Fresher, Apple-ier New England style in Cans, And More Rugged and drier/funkier/earthier styles from Maine, Northern France and Northern Spain.