Gifts for the homesick Southerner

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  • Photograph: Lauren Foy

    Kentucky Pure Cane Sweet Sorghum Any Southerner worth their sweet tea flavors their brew with sorghum syrup. The molasses-like sweetener, made from single-estate plants, can be used in place of honey, maple syrup or white sugar. Available at Court Street Grocers, 485 Court St between Huntington and Nelson Sts, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-722-7229). 8.2oz $12.

  • Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Old South Pickled Spicy Brussels Sprouts

    Old South Pickled Spicy Brussels Sprouts Pickling, from peaches to tomatoes, was an art in the South long before homesteading Brooklynites broke out the mason jars. The Old South brand, out of Alma, Arkansas, is famous for its okra and watermelon-rind pickles, but the Southerner on your list might be pleasantly surprised by this newfangled variety---crunchy brussels sprouts cured in vinegar with hot red peppers. Available at boiledpeanuts.com. Two 16oz jars $18.

  • Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Sweet Sorghum

    Kentucky Pure Cane Sweet Sorghum Any Southerner worth their sweet tea flavors their brew with sorghum syrup. The molasses-like sweetener, made from single-estate plants, can be used in place of honey, maple syrup or white sugar. Available at Court Street Grocers, 485 Court St between Huntington and Nelson Sts, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-722-7229). 8.2oz $12.

Photograph: Lauren Foy

Kentucky Pure Cane Sweet Sorghum Any Southerner worth their sweet tea flavors their brew with sorghum syrup. The molasses-like sweetener, made from single-estate plants, can be used in place of honey, maple syrup or white sugar. Available at Court Street Grocers, 485 Court St between Huntington and Nelson Sts, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-722-7229). 8.2oz $12.

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