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  • Sriracha Avocado Heirloom Tomato Toast

    Sriracha Avocado Heirloom Tomato Toast

    Sriracha has been in the culinary spotlight for many years, what began as a trend has now grown into a culinary cult following. If you are one of the few that has not had the pleasure of this uniquely complex condiment, now is the perfect time to try it in powdered form. Sriracha is a product of Thailand and consists of vinegar, chilies, garlic, sugar and salt. The unique flavor is comparable to no other sauce or condiment on the market. I am particularly in love with sriracha on homemade macaroni and cheese; just thought of it is making my stomach growl!

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  • Homemade Chipotle Mayonnaise

    chipotle mayonaise

    Mayonnaise is a staple condiment in many households. Homemade mayonnaise is simple to create and the taste rivals any store bought brand.

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  • Dark Chocolate Cardamom Shake

    chocolate shake recipe with cardamom

    Many of us have a childhood memory or two that involves malts, shakes or any other ice cream based confection. Mine is a small diner, the best hamburger I have ever had to this day, and a thick and rich chocolate shake.

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  • Fennel Pollen Shortbread Cookies

    fennel pollen shortbread cookies

    Fennel pollen, the spice most commonly referred to as angel dust in the culinary world, is now available to you on Spice Jungle. The darling of many five star chefs, this spice can transform any average dish into a spectacular dish! Now that you know this, you may be wondering "what the heck is it" and why would a home cook use it in their own creations?

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  • Arugula Pizza With Balsamic Glazed Onions and Blue Cheese

    Arugula Pizza Recipe

    In this pizza recipe, we highlight one our unique products, balsamic vinegar powder, used to glaze the onions that will be added as a pizza topping along with fresh arugula and blue cheese.

    But first, a little (quite long actually) lesson about balsamic vinegar...

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  • Real Men Eat Quiche (Recipe)

    Rosemary Bacon Asparagus Quiche Recipe

    Quiche Recipe

    Real Men Don't Eat Quiche, by Bruce Feirstein, is a bestselling book satirizing stereotypes of masculinity. Who's to say a quiche can't be manly!? We would like to share with you a quiche recipe made of smoked bacon, rosemary, and asparagus that any real man wouldn't pass up. I say real men eat whatever they enjoy and if quiche seems too far outside your comfort zone of manliness then consider it an egg pie with essential ingredients!

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  • Black Truffle Salt Mashed Potatoes

    truffle salt mashed potatoes

    Creamy, soft and oh so decadent; three words that describe perfectly executed mashed potatoes. Although often viewed as a simple dish, the mashed potato can go horribly wrong if the proportions of liquid to potato are skewed.

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  • Beer Mustard: Coarse Ground Mustard With Ale

    Beer Mustard Recipe

    "Beer mustard" is simply coarse ground mustard made with a flat ale (a type of beer). Flat beer is beer without any carbonation. It has lost its "fizz" and has no bubbles (sort of like some of that skunky tasting beer you drank in college). This beer mustard recipe can be easily be made in the comfort of your own home. Mustard seeds, mustard powder, and a liquid is really all you need to make a simple base. The addition of herbs, honey and just about any other sweet or savory product to add depth and flavor is only limited by your imagination.

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  • Saffron Infused Risotto

    saffron rissotto

    The Thanksgiving holiday is over and I bet you ate way too much just like me! For those of you that braved the mad shoppers this past weekend; I have a simple but hearty dish to warm you up and keep you going this week. Risotto is a staple in our family. Its versatility and delicious texture and flavor is a hit with both my children and husband. It is also a very elegant dish to serve to your guests. Simple additions of items such as peas and lobster make for a stunning and satisfying meal for any culinarian.

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  • Tandoori Spice Chicken

    Tandoori Chicken Recipe

    What is Tandoori? Tandoori is a spice mixture indigenous to Northern India. Though most would associate the name tandoori with a recipe, it's really the method of cooking. A tandoor is an in-ground clay oven or essentially a very large clay pit. The pit is large enough to hold a small fire created by slow burning wood charcoal. The heat is directly controlled by the amount of air that is allowed in and out of the pit. Many tandoori ovens have a small door at the bottom that controls the air flow, which results in a high concentration of heat. The heat of the fire is reflected by the ceramic walls of the tandoor, intensifying the heat and creating a cooking environment that can easily reach 600 degrees. Flatbread is stuck to the sides of the tandoor to cook quickly and evenly. Large skewers of meat are lowered and quickly cooked to seal in the flavor and juices.

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