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Category Archives: Condiments
Today’s kickoff of the third annual food blogger celebration of all things chocolate, made possible thanks to our gold sponsor Imperial Sugar and the other sponsors, begins a week-long October Chocolate Festival #Choctoberfest! Not only a feast of chocolate recipes, … Continue reading
A recipe for Tomato Relish for use as a Bruschetta Topping is the third installment for Canning Week! The recipe is simple, the results are wonderful and you will have a stock of topping for Bruschetta to take you through … Continue reading
Tomato Jam, a Southern Appalachian favorite, is a way to preserve the fresh tomato flavor of summer in a jar. Used as a condiment on sandwiches, slathered on biscuits, and even as an amazing addition to a cheeseboard, tomato jam … Continue reading
The first post for Canning Week, this recipe for Dill Pickle Relish results from an overabundance of cucumbers from my Wee Kitchen Garden. An essential ingredient in Southern-Style Mustard Potato Salad, we go through a lot here in the Saucy … Continue reading
Canning your own Apple Red Pepper Jelly is simple with this easy recipe. Pepper Jelly atop cream cheese to serve with crackers is a staple of Southern entertaining. This twist on Pepper Jelly uses apple juice/cider as the base and … Continue reading
Today’s recipe is for Roquefort Pecan Finishing Butter; perfect for the final touch to your grilled steak, chicken, pork or even vegetables! It’s brought to you as part of #CookoutWeek! So, get those grills fired up! There are a lot … Continue reading
This Baked Not Fried Green Tomatoes recipe is a healthier, crisper version of the food that has become an iconic Southern dish. But, is it really Southern in origin?
As #RecipeMakeover week continues; this week favorite dishes made healthier are being presented by over 40 food bloggers from around the world. This recipe for Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing is a way to make even a salad healthier for you.
The first sign of spring is always teeny, tiny, baby asparagus; what better way to showcase it than in a salad topped with a creamy poached egg, shaved Parmesan cheese and a zesty lemon vinaigrette?
Top your favorite salad, fruit, or slaw with this recipe for Creamy Poppy Seed Dressing, done two ways: Traditional Mayonnaise and Greek Yogurt; both sweetened with honey.