Garam Masala and Turmeric take an ordinary head of cabbage to something exotic and addicting. This simple side will help reinvigorate your love for this winter staple.
Lemon desserts are a favorite of Anne's and this bread tops the list. Anne's Aunt Gloria would make loaf after loaf of this bread during the holiday season then freeze them for gifting. This bread is perfect for snacking or for breakfast. A slice of this bread with a hot cup of tea or coffee makes a perfect treat on a cold winter afternoon. We love that this recipe makes use of Louisiana's beautiful citrus. Either Meyer or Ponderosa lemons work well here. DO NOT skip the lemon syrup step…it makes this dish!
Spoiled by summertime tomatoes? We are too. But there is a way to enjoy tomatoes even on the coldest days of winter. Slow roasting can coax an impressive amount of sweet, sublime flavor from grape tomatoes. We've compiled four recipes using these little powerhouses of deliciousness. With just a handful of simple ingredients, you can enjoy tomatoes year round.
The actual name for these bars should be “cherry walnut vanilla sesame oatmeal bars”. However, that’s quite a mouthful. Since these bars are so delicious, you’ll want mouthful after mouthful.
Here's a simple combo with really complex results. The tanginess of our Champagne Pear Balsamic meets the smooth, richness of our Garlic Extra Virgin Olive oil. Add some Balsamic Chicken Rub and brown sugar…delectable results. Bread dip or marinate with it. We love it drizzled on a crusty loaf of bread then bake til it's warm and fragrant.
Beau Monde is a throwback spice blend that fell out of vogue, but we can't understand why. It's such an amazing combination of flavors--celery seed, cinnamon, allspice and pepper all combine to make this blend a great choice for Autumn cooking. It's great on chicken and pork. But most remember Beau Monde dip…we've updated it a bit. It's time for a comeback!