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    Preserved Lemons

    Preserved lemons add a salty zing to Moroccan dishes like the Tangy Fish Tagine with Preserved Lemons and Vegetables. They’re available in some supermarkets, but it’s also easy to make…

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    Simply-Spiced Mango Chutney

    This mango chutney is the ideal condiment for grilled meats and seafood and can even be used to sweeten up a traditional grilled cheese sandwich.

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    Orange & Chive Aïoli

    This aïoli is delicious with roast lamb or grilled chicken. 

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    Orange & Fennel Seed Tapenade

    Try this as a topping for crostini or seared fish. The tapenade will keep in the refrigerator for about 1 week.

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    Pineapple-Bourbon Chutney

    This sweet-tangy condiment provides a wonderful balance to bites of smoky ham, and it’s also delightful on its own.

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    Pan-Seared Steak with Caper-Anchovy Butter

    Some grocers mistakenly label tri-tip steak as sirloin tips, so feel free to ask if there's any question. Tri-tip steak should be thick and nicely marbled. Course, if you can’t find…

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    Maple-Tangerine Cranberry Sauce

    The tartness of fresh cranberries is tempered by the sweet counterpoint of maple syrup in this twist on a classic.

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    Kicked-Up Ketchup

    Sweet caramelized onions and southwestern spices transform ordinary ketchup into something special. Use it to build a burger that speaks to you (we love it on burgers with bacon, lettuce,…

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    Classic Pico de Gallo

    Pico de gallo is a zesty Mexican salsa made with fresh tomatoes, onions, and chiles.

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    Smoked Heirloom Tomato Relish with Corn & Beans

    Hot-smoking the tomatoes allows them to pick up the smoky flavor of the wood chips. Serve with grilled shrimp or over grilled fish, meat, or chicken. Think getting great smoky…