Haroset is an essential part of the Passover Seder table. This version of the sweet fruit condiment stars dates and walnuts.
Haroset is an essential part of the Passover Seder table. This version of the sweet fruit condiment stars dates and figs.
Wisconsin Blue Cheese Dressing
This blue cheese dressing will be a great accompaniment to a fresh garden salad.
Cranberry and Ginger Chutney
This chutney, starring a variety of dried fruit and ginger, is terrific served over Brie cheese or as a side with chicken or pork.
Blueberry Rhubarb Quick Jam
Bring rhubarb and water to a boil and cook 5 minutes. Add sugar. Bring back to a boil. Add pie filling and cook 5 -to7…
Spicy Peanut Chutney
Roasted peanuts are ground with sesame seeds then tossed with roasted garlic and seasoned with red pepper flakes. Shredded coconut balances this spicy nut condiment…
Peppered Blueberry Salsa
This lively, nourishing condiment combines canned blueberries and peppers as a great complement with lamb, salmon or served with crisp tortilla or pita chips.
As a way to fit more nutrient-rich fruit and veggies into your meal, this salsa is the perfect topping for chicken, pork chops or tuna…
BBQ-Asado and Chimichurri
Asado Meat: Cook chorizo, sweetbread and offal in an asador on low heat (a Webber bbq with burnt-down coals is perfect) for about an hour.…
Broccoli Cheese Pie
Broccoli should be cut into long stemmed florets, blanched, drained. Red pepper should be cut in julienne strips. Place one layer of broccoli in pie…
Pear Relish with Onions and Peppers
Pear relish is a versatile condiment that you can enjoy with soups, stews or anything else that pleased you.
I suggest wearing gloves, when chopping peppers. Place peppers & onions in pan with water & vinegar, bring to boil. Cover, reduce heat and simmer/steam…
Cranberry Wine Relish
This cranberry wine relish is terrific served with your favorite pork or chicken entree.
Canned tomatoes and corn are combined with fresh ingredients for a simple and super snazzy salsa. You can make homemade tortilla chips or pick up…