Guacamole is hands down a crowd-pleaser and sure to spruce up just about any meal. This recipe has been my go-to for over 15 years and has never been beat. It's super easy and quick to prepare, and it will disappear just about as fast as you can make it!
Hummus—it's not just a dip for pita chips. Learn its origins, how to make the BEST in your own kitchen, and how to use it in many imaginative ways.
This delicious salsa is easy to prepare and is always a crowd-pleaser. It can be served as an appetizer with chips, or it can be served as a main dish with rice or couscous. This salsa, which can be kept in the fridge for up to a week, is versatile, colorful, and delicious.
Wild plum jam is easy to make. It's both sweet and tart and also looks pretty. If you don't grow your own wild plums, perhaps you can forage some.
Try this green mango twist on the classic salsa recipe. This recipe perfectly complements any Mexican dish!
Real maple syrup is a treat that cannot be duplicated with artificial flavors. Let’s explore the history of this natural sweetener and how to use it in baking and cooking.
A fun and delicious twist on traditional Mexican salsa using roasted carrots!
A gooey, dark brown and salty spread has been marketed under the slogan “Love Me or Hate Me, I’m Yours.” Learn all about the phenomenon that is Marmite.
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 for making a PB&J sandwich.
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.
Capers are a salty, briny condiment that can provide amazing pops of flavor to your savory dishes.
This article explains how to make a quick and easy tahini paste. It only calls for two ingredients and can be made in just 15 minutes. This paste is ideal for making hummus, tahini salad dressing, tahini dip, tahini sauce or even tahini cookies!