You can use those end-of-season, unripe tomatoes you picked from your garden or greenhouse to make an excellent chutney. I also include recipe tips for using the chutney in a ploughman’s lunch.
Walnut oil is one of those oils you don't hear much about, but it is fantastic. Learn how to use it in your everyday cooking.
Here's to a somewhat tart yet delicious raspberry filling. You can use it for anything that calls for a fruit filling, as a topping for ice cream, or even make a pb&j with it!
Before the written word, there was honey; offering to the gods, source of potent drink and peasant currency, and even a love potion; honey is as old as time. Enjoy the history and the recipes.
Pesto—a great sauce for pasta, meat, or eggs. But some chefs have turned it into an amalgam of any veggie pulverized with olive oil. Let’s get back to basics.
A deliciously sweet, rich, and savory condiment that goes well with any type of meat, turning an already good meal into an exemplary one.
This onion chutney sauce can be made in a jiffy. It is spicy, aromatic, and tasty. Use it as a side dish for boiled rice, idli, pancakes, and snacks. You can also use it as a dip for snacks!
This recipe doubles as either a salad dressing or a veggie dip. Lemon, dill, and garlic combine well and complement each other, resulting in a creamy, ranch-style dip.
Salsa verde is a green salsa made in Mexico. It is made with tomatillos, cilantro, onion, garlic, chile serrano, and lime. It can be boiled or broiled. Includes variations and serving suggestions.
Standard tartar sauce is great in a hurry and an even simply version takes about 60 seonds to prepare. At the same time, some of my favorites are also fast and easy.
Homemade mango chutney is better than any shop-bought chutney and a great go-to for any Indian curry or ingredient to other recipes. Here's a simple recipe!
Bacon jam is almost impossible to describe—until you taste it. Sweet, spicy, smoky, salty, it's an amazing combination of delectable goodness. Check out how easy it is to make it for yourself!
Homemade salsa that can be used all year round. Step-by-step instructions that include tips on how to handle jalapeno peppers to keep them from burning your hands.