When Alice in Wonderland sat down for the Mad Tea Party and all sorts of strange and wonderful things happened, it’s quite possible it wasn’t just plain tea in her cup.
Hummus is one of those wonderful foods that goes with everything: chips, veggies, spread on sandwiches; the uses for hommus is endless.
Kombucha, a mildly carbonated fermented tea full of healthy probiotics, normally tastes just about strange as you’d imagine.
Mustard, ketchup and mayo: the Big Three condiments. But we like something a little fancier when it comes to dressing up our cuisine. Enter Domaine des Terres Rouges, French makers of liqueurs, aperitifs and mustards.
It’s a well-known fact (at least for us) that when a recipe calls for one onion—like for chili, say—you only use half an onion unless you want a dish that’s onion with a side of chili; then you put the onion half in the fridge and it goes bad and that’s the end of that.
1883 Maison Routin, a 130-year-old company based in Chambéry, in the heart of the French Alps, makes syrups that will class up any drink, alcoholic or otherwise.
“Artisanal” is a word thrown around pretty casually in the food world nowadays (we’re looking at you, artisanal ice cubes), but Castleton Crackers embodies the original spirit of home- and hand-made products.