A quick and easy mustard recipe to serve with sandwiches, especially corned beef, both traditional and slow-cured. A little mustard powder, a little Worcestershire sauce, 10 minutes to develop flavor, and you’re done.
Tim Graham of Chicago's Travelle calls the slow-cooked Bengali condiment "ketchup with a lot more going on." Toasted cumin, coriander, mustard, turmeric and chili powder "come together into one flavor that's both fruity and funky," he says.
This rhubarb-based BBQ sauce is similar to a tomato-based sauce but with a crisper, more garden-y flavor. It's lighter and less intense than Texas or KC BBQ sauces -- perfect for spring grilling! Recipe is can-able.
The other week I went home with a whopping 2-pound bag of Virginia peanuts, so I made a batch of homemade peanut butter in the food processor. The end result was an intensely nutty and fresh spread nothing like the kind from a jar.
If you love chickpeas but need a break from hummus, this dip is for you. With a beautiful blend of chickpeas, ginger and lemon, you can use this dip everywhere you'd normally use hummus. It'll have you smiling in no time.