If you're looking for a refreshing, summery dinner, I recommend making a salad with some grilled chicken. Then top it off with this amazing dressing.
15 years ago if you wanted a great hot dog in the Bend Area, you would stop at the end of the Pomeroy-Mason Bridge. At the foot of the bridge, on the Pomeroy side, there was a small drive-in restaurant. Many of us remember and miss Adolph's Dairy Valley. Here's the recipe for their amazing hot dog sauce.
This is my jazzed up version of classic queso dip taken to a heartier level, perfect for football games, tailgating or for taking along to pot lucks in a slow cooker!
Last week we jumped the gun, and shared a recipe for homemade pizza sauce. If you really want to start from scratch with fresh tomatoes, try this recipe for making tomato paste.
If you're like me, you might have tomatoes coming out your ears right now. Here is a unique way to use them.
With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, you'll need some snack for the game. While they're throwing around the old pigskin, try the triple pork sliders. With spicy mayo and chorizo, these will definitely kick the game up a notch.
A staple spice of many fall favorites, this fragrant blend is incredibly easy (and economical) to make at home.
Looking for a refreshing salsa for a warm summer evening? This is our favorite. Serve with tortilla chips. This is also fantastic served on white fish.
You can use just the infused oil or the garlic and tomatoes, too! This oil can be used as a salad dressing, bread dip, or even to add flavor to your favorite saute.
Make this fresh herb butter for great flavor with very little work. Use it on crusty bread, as a topping for fish, or mixed into gnocchi or ravioli.