"Packaged of unshelled sunflower seeds. C'mon bars, gross. And boring!" says Agatha Kulaga of Ovenly, a creative kitchen in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn. Agatha and her friend Erin Patinkin started the company about a year ago after being fed up with the predictable freebie bar munchies. They've crafted their own playful takes, like "the ultimate beer nut," a medley of peanuts, Worcestershire sauce, Old Bay, and bacon fat. They're really into bacon fat. It also goes into the spicy bacon caramel corn. "They should make you drink more. That's the philosophy behind these." Watch this video from Food Curated with documentarian Liza de Guia.
Ovenly, a Higher-Quality Bar Snack Line
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