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…

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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,…

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Raspberry Adobo Caramelized Onions

Raspberry Adobo Caramelized Onions | When we need a flavor assist for poultry or pork, we call in the big guns. Or more accurately, the big onion. We give it the normal caramelized treatment to bring out its sweetness, but we make it even better by uniting the leaders of our sweet and spicy allies…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Caper Cream

Caper Cream | We use capers when we want a little hug of brininess, but not the full punch in the face you get with olives or vinegar. Mix these little green guys with some sour cream and you got the Mitt Romney of condiments!…wait, that doesn’t sound right. Caper Cream   Print Prep Time…

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Sweet Cabbage Jam

Sweet Cabbage Jam | We just love the sweet and sour flavors of this cabbage (and the color!). Not many condiments get a shout out from your guests come meal time – or even noticed for that matter – but this guy always gets some attention. Try it on anything from duck to hot dogs…

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Pickled Onion Jamboree

Pickled Onion Jamboree | Pickled onion recipes are common. We’ll give you that. So common in fact, we just couldn’t sit by and try the run of the mill pass at these beauties. So we made them even better. So much better in fact, we’d put these babies on our cereal if people didn’t look…

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Horseradish Mustard

Horseradish Mustard | Country Dijon mustard, made with black and brown mustard seeds, can definitely clear the nostrils, if you know what I’m saying. So naturally we made this spicy condiment even spicier by introducing it to a 3,000 year oldaphrodisiac – horseradish. Look at us matchmakers! Horseradish Mustard   Print Prep Time 1 min…

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Fiery Pickled Pears

Fiery Pickled Pears | The pickiest eaters in my family loved these little guys. That’s saying something (we’re talking about people who don’t like “cheese”, yet love Velveeta. Don’t ask). So try this recipe if you want to add a spicy, sour, fruity twist to your regular dinner dishes. Fiery Pickled Pears   Print Prep Time…

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Chipotle Rouille

Chipotle Rouille | For some reason, mayonnaise is one of those things people are amazed to find out you make yourself. I’m not sure why, because it’s just as easy as making any other sauce or dressing. Here we’ll teach you an even fancier mayo recipe from the epicenter of the food world: France. Their…

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