A little sweet, a little spicy, this pineapple habanero jam is perfect on top of a slice of crunchy toast with a shmear of soft goat cheese or mascarpone.
This classic turkey gravy can be made ahead and frozen up to 3 months before you plan to serve it, meaning no more frantically whisking turkey drippings on Thanksgiving day to make gravy when what you really want to do is sit down and eat.
South Carolina BBQ sauce is a little sweet, a little tangy, not spicy at all, and just extremely, extremely good.
This Israeli-style hummus is packed with garlic, then topped with even more garlic and a generous drizzle of olive oil to serve.
Whether you smash it on toast, dollop it on tacos, or serve it as dip, this easy one-avocado guacamole makes just the right amount for one or two people to enjoy.
Level up your salsa game and feed a small army with this easy, flavorful roasted tomato salsa that’s so much more than just a dip for chips.
Learning to make your own hot sauce means you can control the heat levels — resulting in a hot sauce that adds a punch of flavor with none of the acidic, face-melting burn you expect from store-bought hot sauces.