Horseradish Snowballs

Horseradish Snowballs

Horseradish Snowballs | Since I’m old now, it’s no longer socially acceptable for me to go around throwing snowballs at people. So I had to find another way to get my snowball fix. While not as cool, these horseradish snowballs help me get through the day…and they definitely taste better than dirty North Andover snow.…

Pineapple Crema

Pineapple Crema

Pineapple Crema | Bruin freakin’ loves pineapple. I mean, loves it loves it. I love tacos, so I figured I’d selfishly save some pineapple for me for once, toss it in a creamy taco condiment and pat myself on the back. It turns out pineapple is pretty darn good to humans too. Pineapple Crema  …

Toasted Fennel Cream

Toasted Fennel Cream

Toasted Fennel Cream | Fire is so underrated. It doesn’t get the same recognition it once did, but we still love it. So much in fact, we gave it its very own recipe to highlight its awesome power. But we don’t just roast some meat over a fire pit, instead we take a more classical…

Flash Grilled Pearl Onions

Flash Grilled Pearl Onions

Flash Grilled Pearl Onions | If pearl onions were a band, we’d faint if we went to their concert. We are super fans – there are few ingredients that truly have their taste and visual impact. And more often than not, these guys take credit for giving our dishes their concentrated flavor. With most celebrities,…

Crispy Thyme

Crispy Thyme

Crispy Thyme | Using herbs in a new way is not only fun, but makes your dishes that much more unique and memorable. Here we use one of our favorites, thyme, and fry it for some crunch and textural contrast. These are phenomenal on meat, soups and even on fries. Step up your game and try…

Infamous Braised Skeleton Bulb

Infamous Braised Skeleton Bulb

Infamous Braised Skeleton Bulb | This is our culinary coup de grâce. The final flavor blow that takes everything to the max. Served as a condiment, this sweet garlic explosion adds sophistication, depth and warmth. It’s best with red meats, but its strength lies in its versatility and it can, and should be, served with…

Sour Mango Threads

Sour Mango Threads

Sour Mango Threads | If you’re a reader of this blog, you know we pickle our shoes. We do it to everything – ramps, mushrooms, onions – but colliding vinegar with the natural sugars in fruit, gives you a flavor bomb that wins the kitchen battle. Sour Mango Threads   Print Prep Time 4 hours…