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Folks are sticking closer to home these days and the weather has finally warmed, paving the way for backyard relaxing. Outdoor chillaxin’ calls for food—specifically dips and chips—and here are some made by West Virginians that you should add to your pantry.

1. There are a dozen dip mixes to choose from at Sassy Gals Gourmet Treats based in Ravenswood. Check them out and buy a few here

image courtesy of Sassy Gals Gourmet

2. Peruse the stock at Appalachian Mountain Specialty Foods for a slew of sauces, dips, salsas, and more. The food company is now home to Blue Smoke Salsa and Yoder’s Country Kettle—two well-known West Virginia brands.  

3. Ordinary Evelyn’s has a great lineup of dip products made in Clay County. Most of the mix packets can be added to ingredients you probably already have at home. Pick some up here

image courtesy of Ordinary Evelyn’s

4. Did someone say “salsa”? Check out the spicy products at Rivas Salsas de Mexico made in Charles Town.  

image courtesy of Rivas Salsas de Mexico

5. The folks at Sunny Hollow Farms in Auburn make delicious things. We’re guessing the piña colada topping would pair really well with a killer summer fruit tray. 

image courtesy of Sunny Hollow Farms

posted on May 28, 2020


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Written by Holly Leleux-Thubron
Holly is the managing editor for all magazines created by New South Media. She has more than 15 years of professional writing experience and when she isn’t working on the next issue, she’s finding adventure with her husband, Stephen, and teenage daughters: Isabel and Eve.