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Category Archives: Condiments
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.
This recipe for Pear and Tart Cherry Chutney is an English-style chutney, using both fresh fruit (pears) and dried fruits (tart cherries and golden raisins). It’s a perfect relish-type jam that pairs wonderfully with cheeses, used as a sandwich spread, … Continue reading
Citrus and Hemp Salad with Chocolate Balsamic Vinaigrette (Just Hemp Foods – #Choctoberfest with Imperial Sugar)
Today’s recipe for #Choctoberfest with Imperial Sugar is brought to you with the help of Just Hemp Foods: Citrus Salad with Chocolate Balsamic Vinaigrette. Yes. Chocolate Balsamic Vinaigrette. The combination is amazing.
It’s the height of tomato season; this recipe for Salsa is for canning and will make 10 pints. So, hit your garden or local farmers’ market for 7 pounds of this season’s tomatoes. There’s nothing like having fresh tomatoes of … Continue reading
We’re in the dog-days of summer here, and it’s hot and humid; this means it is salad weather for the foreseeable future. This recipe for Orange Braised Beet Salad with Goat Cheese and Walnuts is cool and colorful and packed … Continue reading