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Pickled Chef products coming to Greensburg Shop ‘n Save

Shirley McMarlin
Tribune-Review file
Hand-canned items from The Pickled Chef in Latrobe will now be sold at Shop ‘n Save, 730 E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg..

Lovers of The Pickled Chef now have another source for their favorite piquant products.

Items are now in stock at Shop ‘n Save, 730 E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg.

“We are thrilled to have partnered with the Charley’s, a fellow Greensburg business and family, to provide our local, artisanal small-batch, hand-crafted pickles, pickled veggies, sauces, condiments and raw ferments to their customers beginning at the Downtown Greensburg’s East Pittsburgh Street location,” say Chef Greg and Ashlee Andrews, owners of the restaurant and market in the Latrobe 30 Shoppes plaza.

The Pickled Chef products include dill, mustard and bread and butter pickles, pickled red beets, pickled hot peppers, Bloody Mary pickles, orange-whiskey marmalade, apple-maple-bourbon jam, classic sauerkraut, horseradish-dill kraut, pear and purple cabbage kraut, kim chi and curtido, with some ingredients homegrown by the owners.

The Latrobe restaurant also offers gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, soups and other items for lunch and brunch.

Details: 724-420-6105 or thepickledchef.com

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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