Yes, you can make your own condiments — they're surprisingly easy!
This luscious chocolate spread is made with sunflower seeds instead of hazelnuts to sidestep allergy hazards in gift-giving. Store in sealed jars at room temperature to preserve the spread's glisteningly smooth texture. ...read more
Golden corn and cooked shallots provide a subtle sweetness. ...read more
These simple refrigerator pickles can round out a traditional relish tray or be served as an appetite-whetting hors d’oeuvre. The recipe calls for celery hearts that yield larger, paler slices than stalks. Red chiles create a pretty color contrast, but any hot chiles will work in ...read more
This savory sauce tastes like Thanksgiving because the long simmer time concentrates the classic fall flavors of onions, celery, mushrooms, and fragrant herbs. The gravy is thinner than most so that it can easily be drizzled over the Fork-and-Knife Roasted Vegetables ...read more
What do you spread on artisanal Nordic bread? A creamy concoction by the Butter Viking, of course! This recipe takes time to make, but is well worth the effort—and it’s fun to watch the melted butter “pearl” when it’s added in droplets to crème fraîche or sour cream. ...read more