Pure ingredients = Good. Hydrogenated oils = Bad. But even if your palate has been trained to love margarine-smooth processed peanut butter, there’s still hope. It is unbelievably easy to make your own peanut butter at home – even the smooth stuff.
Blend up some fresh peanuts into a fresh, healthy spread with your own favorite flavorings. Vanilla, Chocolate, Honey, Cinnamon, Red Pepper...endless possibilities when you make it up fresh. Makes a wonderful gift that most will love!
Walnut butter made with Vin de Noix to celebrate St. John the Baptist day, the traditional day for foraging green walnuts. The combination of walnuts, sugar, wine, and thyme make it almost a confection, perfect by the spoonful.
If you’ve been to a Thai restaurant this shouldn’t be a huge shock. Peanut sauce is common in those eatateriums. I just turned what is usually a sauce into a butter, ready to spread on bread or use on chicken.