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Ambesssa Choco Nut Balsamic Reduction Recipe

By Ashley Beck | March 7, 2013

photo by: FoodMayhem

photo by: FoodMayhem

The rich flavors of dark chocolate, caramel, and peanuts enhance the sweet and tangy nature of balsamic when its been reduced down to a syrup-like texture. This velvety mouthfeel makes  balsamic reduction a great addition to soups, salads, lamb, and even desserts!

Here are a few dishes that this Choco Nut Balsamic Reduction would be great as an addition to a dish or a substitution for the balsamic already being used: Read More

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Citrus Salsa Verde Recipe

By Allana Mortell | May 15, 2012

Photo: the delicious life

Photo: the delicious life

One of the beautiful things about cooking in the summertime is the ability we have as cooks to transform a dish from simple to complex by simply using a few fresh seasonal ingredients. Fresh produce, seasonal berries, vegetables and fruits can turn a side-dish into the main star, which is precisely what we are out to prove with our recipe for citrus salsa verde!

Traditionally, salsa verde is a green salsa made with peppers, onions, garlic, and fresh herbs typically served with tacos or spooned on top of meat as a tangy and herbacious sauce. While the green salsa is filling and comforting, we decided to switch up a few ingredients and prepare a citrus salsa verde perfect for the warm months ahead. Read More

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