We are doing to Cocktails what the bean did to the Caesar. A unique and delightfully tasty garnish. The wine brine is used in many cocktail recipes, as well as marinades, dressings, and additions to recipes. Mmmmmm... cranberry sauce with some spice!
Chef Laura makes the most delicious chutneys to enjoy with bread, cheeses and meats among other items. Always a great assortment available and always delicious. You will have a hard time choosing just one.
This spice blend originated in Egypt and is now served all over the middle east as a snack. Traditionally you chop up nuts (we like hazelnuts, almonds, and pistachios) and mix them with our sesame seed rich Dukka and put in a little bowl. A second bowl has a good olive oil. A plate is laid out with pieces of torn breads like naan, pita, grilled bagettes, etc. You dip a piece of bread into the oil then press it into the Dukka. Eat, repeat. Unique and easy appetizer to make for lunch and dinner party's.
Also great pressed onto slices of goat cheese and gently fried, use to coat thin slices of fish and chicken.