This recipe has brining options for starting with a frozen or fresh turkey.
This dip is a must for your Prime Rib dinner. The spicier the horseradish the better the flavor.
This is a super simple take on horsey mayo. The Fennel and Thyme in our Onion dip and spread mix bring a depth of flavor that is delicious on any sandwich.
A tasty versatile brine recipe that works well with pork and poultry. Soak a turkey in if for 2-3 days for an amazing roast bird, or drop a pork loin roast in the brine for a day and be blown away by the flavor.
Take your pork to a new level of sophistication without the fuss. This recipe is a flavorful light dish versatile enough for any time of year. The marinade can also be made with cranberries, pomegranate or dried cherries (re-hydrated).
Add a little zest to your pie by spicing up the crust. Our salted caramel corn adds a new flavor dimension to an all American favorite.
This is a variation on that famous “Chex mix”. To make it vegan, don’t use Worcestershire sauce and use olive oil instead of butter.
This recipe is a family favorite that anyone can make their own. Change out the dates for apricot jam or other fruity flavors. The nuts are optional or try one you like better. White sugar can be used in place of the brown sugar depending on your sweet tooth.
This recipe is adapted from a recipe my sister gave me. She found the original version on Food Network. It’s gluten free and super easy. The recipe makes a lot gooey goodness and will freeze well if you end up with extra.
This shortbread cookie is great with any jam. The apricot goes great with the cardamom and cinnamon in the spices. It can easily be made with gluten free flour. Simply add one more egg yolk to the dough.