Alfredo Sauce

A creamy, cheesy sauce to go over pasta or other things.

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Apple Cider Vinaigrette

A simple vinaigrette salad dressing, can also be used for a marinade.

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Bacon Jam

“Bacon is the beginning of a sweet, savory, and smoky spread that’s just irresistible on a biscuit, with crusty bread, or added to scrambled eggs. The flavors of onion, maple syrup, and bourbon whiskey add complexity.”

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Banana Dressing

This would go great on fruit salads.

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Basic Basil Pesto

Pesto has many uses, such as with pasta, topping for chicken or fish, or as a spread on crusty Italian bread. This is a pretty basic recipe, found all over.

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Basic Basil Pesto Sauce

Pesto has many uses, such as with pasta, topping for chicken or fish, or as a spread on crusty Italian bread. This is a pretty basic recipe, found all over.

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Cranberry-Orange Relish

A very different accompaniment for roasted meats, especially turkey.

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Foolproof 2-minute Hollandaise

I have yet to try this, but it looks just too easy.

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Hollandaise Sauce

There are easy dry mixes for hollandaise that are every bit as good as this recipe, without the need for double boiling, and being attentive to it. I usually just use one of the mix packets and follow the directions on it.

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Rhubarb Salsa

My cousin found this in the StarTrib and rushed off to the library to copy it down since they don’t subscribe. It was a really beautiful accompaniment to the salmon he grilled up for lunch.

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Sweet and Spicy Barbeque Sauce

This is the signature bbq sauce of the Deep South Dish web site. This sauce is paired with Fall-off-the-bone Oven-baked Pork Spareribs

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Tamaras Quick Bolognese Sauce

This is the quick and easy method for throwing together a typical bolognese sauce for spaghetti or vermicelli. Ingredients are easy to come by, and this requires no particular skill

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White Sauce

A basic building block for other recipes.

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