Extreme Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce

Sometimes you just have to learn lessons the hard way, which is exactly what I did for this recipe. I grew a decent amount of scotch bonnet peppers in my backyard this year. I wasn’t expecting to have so many (about 20 picked) so I figured hot sauce was the best way to go. If…

Pistachio, Arugula and Mixed Herb Pesto

I eat a lot of condiments. Like, a lot. I’d say 75% of my fridge at home is filled up with hot sauces, mustards, hummus, pesto, dressing…all the good stuff. So in the summer, when I’ve got fresh herbs in my backyard all the time, I like to take advantage and make my own. Pesto…

Basic Bread Crust Croutons

Have leftover crusts from another recipe? Turn them into a crunchy garnish in less than 20 minutes. I made these croutons with the intention of using them as a topping for soups and salads but ended up eating them as a snack instead…and they went fast. The great thing about this recipe is that you…

Fried Green Tomatoes

Fried green tomatoes are a Southern classic which are gluten-free, easy to make and can be used in a handful of different types of dishes. Just to be clear, green tomatoes aren’t a different kind of tomato from red ones. They’re just unripened tomatoes, which are harder and a bit more sour. When fried, they…