PrintSmoked Cheddar Southwest Dip Total Time: 30 minutes Don’t skimp on the fresh Cilantro, it’s gentle really cuts through the other flavors and brings a lightness to this stellar dish. If you’re feeling fancy, pat the corn kernels dry and char them (just a bit) in a smoking hot skillet before adding them to the […]
When potatoes, lemon and fresh rosemary get together you know it’s gonna be good. Add a bit of coarse sea salt, and this classic threesome can simply do no wrong. This recipe is a dead easy way to bring a sophisticated, savory edge to store bought french fries. (Sorry, ketchup. We still love you, but you can sit this one out.)
This dip is versatile, low-fat and completely delicious. Fresh Basil and shallots elevate this beyond your standard ho-hum ranch dressing. Best of all, this recipe really couldn’t be easier.
Our Fresh Herbs are flavorful and good for you and are the perfect complement for all your Autumn dishes. Seasonal eating in fall means savory root vegetables, autumnal fruits, and hearty, comforting dishes that never fail to remind you of home. Depending on your neck of the woods, try cooking up some of these seasonal favorites.
If you like a barbeque sauce that’s zippy, spicy, and just a little bit sweet, we’ve got just the ticket. Shenandoah Grower’s All-American Barbeque blend, with the crisp, green freshness of rosemary, thyme, and flat-leaf parsley, makes it easy to whip up a homemade barbeque sauce with great depth of flavor and plenty of herbal punch. The sweetness of oven-roasted tomatoes, complemented by brown sugar, molasses, and cumin, completes the sauce. Serve it on grilled hamburgers, barbequed chicken, shrimp kabobs or whatever else suits your fancy!