I love pickled jalapenos. They’re an absolute necessity for all things Mexican, most especially nachos, and I all too often find myself simply plucking them out of the jar and eating them right off the fork. I’m a glutton for punishment that way.
Juicy plums, rich zinfandel, and aromatic spices make this seasonal plum ketchup a new favorite in our house. Inspired by our move to Sonoma County, this ketchup is made with local ingredients and spiced with star anise.
Making living whey based fermented foods is a great way to get probiotics and strengthen your immune system, but in the case of salsa, it usually gets eaten so fast around here that there is not always time for it to ferment.
Kevin West's simple, spicy carrots were inspired by the many taco stands scattered across Los Angeles, where West lives. He uses the tangy, crunchy carrots as a complement for tacos, and also as an ingenious substitute for bacon in a club sandwich.
Homemade ketchup is a recipe that shines best when made using flavorful homegrown tomatoes harvested straight from the garden. I’ve prepared it using both fresh-off-the-vine tomatoes, and tomatoes I’ve skinned, de-seeded, and stored in the freezer...