Accompaniments

The perfect accompaniment can really heighten the flavors of a dish. We’ve created a collection of sauces, spice rubs, compound butters and more to accent your meals with an additional touch of flavor.

To browse these recipes in a list format, along with all of our recipes by category, see our Full Recipe Listing.

Pan de Higo (Spanish Fig Cake)

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Pan de higo is a traditional way to preserve figs for the cold winter months.

FPV16: Quick Holiday Dip

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If you are seeking a deeeeeelicious holiday treat for your guests, this Kalamata Mascarpone Dip is absolutely to die for. It takes about five minutes to make, and it is sensational with crackers, vegetables, or anything else you can think of serving it with. Ingredients: 1 cup mascarpone cheese 4 tablespoons fresh thyme leaves, minced […]

Zucchini Relish

A wonderful way to make use of all that extra zucchini! This relish is great over freshly grilled steaks or chicken.

Moroccan Preserved Lemons

Preserved lemons are a staple of Moroccan and other North African cuisines. They are used in tagines and many other dishes to impart a tangy depth of flavor to just about any dish.

Tropical Fruit Salad with Tarragon Cream

A colorfully seductive dish, this light, yet alluring dessert of soft, juicy fruits is perfect for a spring or summer refresher.

Vanilla Bean Vinaigrette

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Slightly sweet and tangy, this sexy vanilla vinaigrette gives life and flavor to a boring salad.

Ginger Lime Chimichurri

This delightfully refreshing chimichurri offers a new twist on an Argentinian classic.

Ginger or Mary Ann?

Normally, my answer would be Mary Ann, but this month, there’s no question: It’s all about the Ginger!

Spicy Peach & Ginger Grilling Sauce

The luscious blend of peaches, red peppers and ginger seasoned with brown sugar and spices creates a deliciously sweet and spicy barbecue sauce.

Aïoli Garni (Garlic Mayonnaise)

This is a classic Provençale preparation, which we could not ignore in a month celebrating the “Stinking Rose.”

Garlic Spiced Butter

This compound butter is simple, yet incredibly versatile.