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.