Feeling a little adventurous? Baklava traces its roots to the Ottoman Empire. This dish will trace its roots back to your kitchen.
Remove the bread crusts and save for testing the frying oil temperature. Tear bread slices into very small pieces and place into a medium bowl. Add the lamb, onion, egg, mint, cheese, garlic, oregano, cinnamon, 1 teaspoon salt and 1/4…
Salt, a little spice and lots of crunch make this an irresistible treat. Pair with our Maple Bourbon Splash for a great Happy Hour with friends.
The days of rugged granolas have given way to those with a bit more flair. Making your own is also a good reason to reach for flavor neutral oils that don’t compete with the salty, sweet or spicy nature of your favorite recipe.
It’s the rhubarb that adds the tang to this sweet and spicy barbeque sauce. Slather it on chicken or ribs during the last five minutes of grilling, a rule with all sauces that contain sugar.
Add a batch of pear sauce to the holiday menu this year. It’s easy to make that day or up to a week ahead of time. It’s a wonderful accompaniment to roasted meats, especially turkey.
Be prepared for an amazing and intense apple flavor in this syrup. It’s simple to do and just requires a little patience while the cider reduces. A swirl of butter adds a little extra silkiness to this unique syrup that can be used to top the Spelt Pancakes. Spelt Pancakes Recipe
Serve these “twisted” little treats in the morning along with some scrambled eggs or offer them on their own as an appetizer.