The nice thing about pesto is that it can and should be used for more than a plate of pasta.
Ditch the can opener and make your own delicious cranberry sauce. If you have any leftover you can freeze it for up to two months.
This sauce is sweet, tangy and goes well with nearly anything that goes on the grill.
Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be the same without cranberry sauce.
Homemade Tzatziki is so much better than store bought. Made with Greek yogurt, cucumbers, garlic, salt, olive oil, lemon juice and herbs, Tzatziki is delicious served cold with grilled meats, pita bread, or as a dip.
Sumac Yogurt Sauce is a delicious accompaniment for grilled lamb, pork, chicken, or vegetables.
Fennel is a natural complement to seafood. This puree is easy to prepare and provides a clean, light, and slightly sweet anise flavor. You may also want to pair it with roasted potatoes or glazed carrots.
I seem to be all about mangos these days so how about incorporating them into a delicious barbecue sauce. Both Scotch bonnet and habanero chiles work in this recipe. The habanero has straightforward heat, while Scotch bonnets tend to be more floral and on the sweeter side. Remember to wear...
The versatility of this fresh berry sauce cannot be exaggerated. Use a single variety of berry or your favorite combination. The acidity of the berries complements the sweetness of many desserts, such as vanilla ice cream and pound cake. Perfect for pancakes and French toast too.
Try this gently spicy chutney alongside roasted or grilled meats, or with a cheese plate.