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Despite its earthy flavor and savory profile, oregano is actually a type of mint. Much like wine, or woods used for smoking, depending on the region it’s grown in, it has a slightly different taste.
If you've been thinking about ordering from Omaha Steaks, try it now. With grocery stores crowded and meat cases empty, quarantine cooking is a challenge.
For years, if you wanted magic, you had to go to Montgomery, Alabama. There, in a small corner butcher shop called Penny Profit, Rubin and Julia Hanan sold their black and white magic.
I recently tried Dearborn Brand—a Michigan based family business that has been perfecting their products since 1946—and I was hooked instantly! Their extensive line of products is a must try.
Only the best products become pantry staples for me, and only the best of the pantry staples make it to the featured ingredient blog; Code 3 definitely deserves a spot there.
The invitation to observe the manufacturing of what is considered by most to be the world’s premier gas grill was a real honor.
Screamin’ Onionz are so versatile, they can be added to literally anything. I use them on sandwiches, eggs, salmon, sautéed vegetables, chili, mixed into sour cream for an incredible onion dip, the list goes on.
If there were such a thing as a BBQ sauce sommelier I would definitely be one. I recently came across a sauce from Oklahoma and just had to share it with you.
I love to use products that are versatile and packed with flavor. Moore’s Marinade is another one of those things that I always have in the pantry.