Category Archives: condiment

Yogurt Ranch Dressing

This is a wonderful recipe that I got from a cooking show on PBS OETA Create channel, Ellie‚Äôs Real Good Food. I have made it several times already and it is always gone quickly. What I like about making this … Continue reading

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Tomatillo Relish

Anytime I post a canning or preserving recipe you can be assured that it comes from one of my canning books or from a tested recipe that follows proper canning procedures. There is nothing fun about food poisoning. This one … Continue reading

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Sweet Zucchini Relish

DISCLAIMER: This is a 2 day recipe. I love Outhere magazine published by Tractor Supply Company. This is another zucchini recipe from a Summer issue published about 3 or 4 years ago. It was submitted by Debbie Moyer of Auburn, … Continue reading

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Homemade Mayonnaise

There is nothing as good as homemade mayonnaise. It is so easy to make that I don’t use store bought mayo anymore. And bonus, I know exactly what I am putting into this condiment. Since I have an abundance of … Continue reading

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Spiced Tomato Chutney

Chutney’s origin is found in India where it is served with every meal. The British took it back to Great Britian during the Colonial Era and made it their own. Now chutneys are found everywhere. This is a southern US … Continue reading

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Garlic, The Stinking Rose

DISCLAIMER – yada, yada. Nothing in this post should be used to treat a medical condition. Allium sativum, garlic. Garlic has been used for centuries as a medicine, a cooking herb, a seasoning, an amulet in medieval times to ward … Continue reading

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Horseradish Cream Sauce

I served this with the grilled venison tenderloin. But it can be used with almost any game, beef, bison, fish or even chicken it is so versatile. OMG!!!! So good. And so easy. Anne Burrell is my hero! Guests loved … Continue reading

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