Feeling the Burn

Six different indie foods to relieve your spicy fix, from Hawaiian beef chips to sweet Korean gochujang

There’s something about the temperature rising that makes you want to follow suit. If you’ve found yourself pouring Cholula over every single dish lately (I too, purchase mine in bulk by the half-gallon), break out of the rut with these artisanal delights that show off the versatile use of chile peppers, from sweet to smoky. Rather than try to make you cry, these handmade foods …

Well-Made Condiments by Sir Kensington’s

As food awareness moves forward, the brand is helping to keep sauces on par

Why read a story about condiments? Or, for that matter: why write one? After doing a full product range tasting with Sir Kensington‘s co-founder and CEO Mark Ramadan it became evident that there’s a conversation here worth having. Over the last few years, food awareness has increased dramatically—words and phrases like organic, non-GMO, cage-free and free-range now grace our vocabularies and ingredients labels have become …

Animated Recipe: Sweet and Spicy Mustard

A three-step GIF guide to a tastier, homemade condiment

Forgo those store-bought condiments and try your hand at making your own. In addition to tasting better, your sauces and spreads will also avoid those unnecessary added preservatives and “natural” flavors. This simple recipe (just three steps) for homemade mustard is a great place to startspread it on a sammie or to a steak for a delicious, guilt-free addition. Ingredients (yield: 2 cups) 6 tablespoons …