"Jerk" refers to the spicy seasoning similar to what's used on beef "jerky". Traditional to Jamaican cuisine, there is a lot of room to play with different peppers, citrus, and seasonings. Just don't be a jerk about it.Read More
Ladle over Southern grits, use as a topping on veggie burgers, or serve with roasted potato hash. Any way you enjoy, the sun will shine bright on that 'Ole Kentucky HomeRead More
Romesco is the Spanish call to ketchup: perfect for when a trip to the Iberian peninsula just isn't in the cards.
Homemade nut butter is easy. Use this as a base to play with a variety of seeds and nuts, and add any of your favorite flavorings.Read More
Use these pickled red onions any way you want: Toss into salad, sprinkle on burgers, or spread on flatbread. Spicy, crunchy, addictive.
Grocery ketchup often has unnecessary extras: red dye, high fructose corn syrup, xantham gum, or even sodium benzoate. Make a batch of this and freeze whatever you won't eat in a week. Enjoy all summer long.
Homemade pickles is easy and fun. Use this brine as a base. Experiment with different flavors in the brine by adding dried chilies, ginger, or even smoked salt. Use on any of your favorite veggies -- cucumbers, cauliflower, mushrooms, peppers, and more!Read More