True Southerners will admit without hesitation that they love themselves some jelly, unless of course they're just die-hard DJ Nabs fans. Avoid such division and jam out the delicious way, thanks to Sticky Folks
Sticky's a super-grassroots brand of awesomely flavored jellies and jams in half-pint Mason jars, made in her spare time by Acworth mom Audrey Camp, who says she likes to tamper with different types of recipes and "find unique flavors that I can smear on a cracker, feed to a friend, and say, 'isn't that good?'", a sentiment her friend will agree with only if she's a cannibal who thinks white people are delicious. All preserves're simmered for hours in cast-iron skillets, including the original Bacon jam mixed w/ onion, garlic, molasses & apple (recommended on burgers, hot dogs, beans...), and the upgraded Pepper Bacon w/ bell peppers, jalapenos, apple cider vinegar and sugar that's pulsed until "a spread consistency is achieved", which Mike Leach will argue is impossible without throwing Craig James' kid in the furnace room. For sweeter tastes, try the Chocolate Banana Walnut jam, which has a tinge of lemon juice and a touch of rum, or hit the "Soda Shop" for pop-flavored jellies like root beer, Mountain Dew, and Shirley Temple...yes, I agree that is the only worthwhile board to play in Goldeneye, and stop calling me Shirley
You can order any of the wares individually or by the 12-pack, and be sure to check back soon, as Audrey's gonna be adding barbecue sauce to the shop, prompting her to boast "Sticky Folks is about to get spicy!", though both Nabs and Jelly will argue that on the 1s & 2s they're way more seasoned.