This recipe doesn't require much time on the grill. Most of the work is done in the oven, then the ribs are finished on the grill. First, they're dry rubbed with Quebec Beef Spice. This blend is a combo of sugar, garlic, salt, pepper and coriander. It's the coriander that lends a really unique layer to this recipe. The ribs are then finished on the grill with a Pepper Jelly glaze that caramelizes to a sweet-crunchy finish.
Horticulturist Tanya Bankston treated us to these cookies during her visit to the store to talk about growing herbs. She suggested adding lemon basil to the mix of herbs in your garden because it's especially fragrant and lends itself to a variety of sweet and savory dishes. These cookies are a great example--they're light, full of flavor and the recipe makes a ton of cookies!
Grape tomatoes, mini mozzarella balls, fresh basil come together with a drizzle of Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Premium Balsamic reduction to make this simple combination a real standout. If you can't find the mini mozzarella balls, cubed fresh mozzarella works just as well.
Simple, warm and delicious--this dessert is easy to love. The subtle sweetness from the juice of the pears co-mingles with the butter, brown sugar and vanilla to make a butterscotch-like sauce.
Need dinner in under an hour? Here's your answer. Roasted pork tenderloin is ready in about 45 minutes, and the prep on this dish is 5-10 minutes. This is a great weeknight dinner to serve with a salad or simple side. Serve leftovers on rolls with spicy mustard. That is, if there are leftovers.
Traditional stovetop Risotto is a labor of love. This baked version eliminates the need to slowly add hot stock and constantly stir. We've upped the richness of this dish with our organic Smoky Pacific Mushroom Blend.
Cheese boards are a great way to show off your creative side. And they're not just for dinner parties. Keep these ingredients on hand for a quick dinner on busy weeknights or a weekend snack to enjoy with a glass of wine. A cheese presentation is simple to put together, but the end product is decadent. There are no rules to putting out a cheese board, but here are some guidelines to pulling together the right combination of flavors and textures.