TIP OF THE DAY: Make Gourmet Condiments

Today’s tip comes from McCormick, and it illustrates how easy it is to make gourmet condiments in your kitchen. Just open the bottle of mayonnaise, mustard or ketchup and add herbs and spices. Use the recipes below on burgers, grilled chicken, hot dogs and brats, sandwiches/wraps and anything requiring some condiment verve. Just combine the…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Gourmet Condiments, Part 2

Make your own citrus salt: You’ll want to use it on everything! Photo courtesy CookingSF.com.   Yesterday we presented the first five recipes, mixing common condiments—balsamic vinegar, honey, maple syrup, mayonnaise and mustard—to create gourmet condiments. When you combine two condiments, the whole is greater (and more delicious) than the sum of its parts. Today…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Combine Condiments Into “Gourmet Condiments,” Part 1

Today and tomorrow, chef Johnny Gnall takes on condiments: how your cooking can soar to greater heights by combining condiments in non-traditional ways. We got a lot of inspiration from his suggestions! Email your comments and suggestions for tips of the day to Chef Johnny. You’re about to discover how to take your favorite condiments—ketchup,…
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