6 tasty treats by Black makers that you can have shipped directly to your doorstep

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As you inch closer to one full year of the socially distanced life, chances are you’re looking to mix things up in the kitchen. If you’re like most people, your tried and true recipes got tired weeks (more like months!) ago.

Thankfully, Uncommon Goods has made it easy to try new foods while also supporting Black makers. They have an entire section on their website dedicated to products created by Black people, and the food items are definitely the highlight.

Sweet potato biscuits? Wine-infused dessert topping? Sweet and savory hot sauce? Yum, yum, yum! Not only are these creations by Black makers the perfect way to spice up mealtime, but they don’t even require a trip to the grocery store. Place your order today and prepare for some seriously good eats.

Shop: Wine-Infused Dessert Sauce, $17

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Shop: Sweet Potato Biscuit and Jam Set, $28

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Shop: West African Fonio Pilaf Gift Set, $25

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Shop: Jam Sampler Collection, $30

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Shop: Sweet and Savory Hot Sauce Duo, $14

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Shop: Flavored Coffee Duo, $30

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