spreads

Wasabi Edamame Schmear Recipe

Fresh blended soybean dip with a spicy hot kick
Jun 10, 2013 3:01 pm
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Photo: Jen Altman

If you're proud of your dip (and you will be if it's homemade), do something about it: bring a batch to every party until you're the "dip person." This spicy, healthy edamame spread is a good place to start. 

New York Sweet Cranberry Mustard Recipe

Cranberries with a kick in time for the holidays
Oct 30, 2012 1:01 pm
Photo: Laura Edwards

This is inspired by a mustard served at New York’s Home Restaurant, a fabulously comforting place. Its selling point is that it is both hot and sweet. Ready for an easy recipe for fruit-spiked condiment, dip, spread, marinade and more? 

Easy Baba Ganoush Recipe

A versatile eggplant recipe for fall
Oct 12, 2012 1:01 pm
Photo: booheadswife on Flickr

Baba ganoush and hummus are pretty much like brothers who could agree on everything except chicks. Well, chickpeas. If you switch out hummus' chickpeas with eggplant, the result is a silky, tangy spread you'll be enjoying by the spoonful. Like hummus and tzatziki, baba ghanoush works as a dip, spread and even just straight up as a healthy side. 

Grilled Corn Fritters With Jarlsberg Pimento Cheese

Get creative with your pimento cheese recipe!
Aug 1, 2012 3:01 pm
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Photo: Sam Horine

Guess who can make grilled corn fritters? The dude who has the ability to fire up a grill and make pancakes, not even at the same time! And if you can grate cheese and loosely measure other ingredients, Jarlsburg pimento cheese is on your horizon. Paddle forth and conquer this recipe after the jump.

How To Make A Korean Banchan Spread

The art of the Korean snack spread known as Banchan
Mar 15, 2012 3:31 pm

The banchan is probably the spread with the most integration into a meal; if banchan isn't part of your Korean lunch or dinner experience, you're in the wrong place. 

Pimento Cheese Sandwiches For Lunch

One pimento cheese recipe changed my life
Feb 29, 2012 12:31 pm
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It wasn't until high school, when I met my first south of the Mason Dixon line native, that pimento cheese and I were introduced. My friend Russ' mom flew from Memphis to see him, with a sizable vat on ice packs of the one thing her son had requested. You know, back before blended cheese could potentially be a weapon.

Potted Salmon With Pickled Cucumbers

A salmon recipe that will last and last
Feb 14, 2012 5:16 pm
how to make potted salmon
Photo: Jonathan Gregson

This potted salmon makes a great appetizer. The horseradish cuts the richness of the salmon and the pickled cucumber lifts everything. It looks great, too. If you’re pressed for time, you can eat the cucumbers right after making them, but they are best after a few days.

There Is Hummus Among Us

Creative ways to add hummus to lunch
Feb 10, 2012 12:31 pm
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In my experience, pre-Valentine's Day weekend is a time for getting your ya-yas out before good behavior mode kicks in. I'm going to share a secret with you: hummus is some of the best pre-drinking food around. It's got protein to fill you up, olive oil to protect your tummy from ...well, ya-yas I suppose, and Vitamin B6, monounsaturated fat and amino acids from the tahini to help ward off hangovers.   

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