Restaurant-style olive oil dipping sauce with Italian herbs and balsamic vinegar perfect for dipping your favorite crusty bread. Mix it up with your favorite herbs and add a spicy kick to create your own flavor blend. Italian Bread Dipping Oil (Sauce) - Appetizer, Game Day, holiday| manilaspoon.com

Restaurant-style olive oil dipping sauce with Italian herbs and balsamic vinegar perfect for dipping your favorite crusty bread. Mix it up with your favorite herbs and add a spicy kick to create your own flavor blend. Italian Bread Dipping Oil (Sauce) - Appetizer, Game Day, holiday| manilaspoon.com

For years and years I've been trimming my garden basil, freezing it, and then using the basil all winter in soup, stew, and pasta sauce, and this post has all my tips for successfully freezing basil. [from KalynsKitchen.com]

For years and years I've been trimming my garden basil, freezing it, and then using the basil all winter in soup, stew, and pasta sauce, and this post has all my tips for successfully freezing basil. [from KalynsKitchen.com]

Baked Chicken Stuffed with Pesto and Cheese |  2 large boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 T  your favorite commercial pesto 2 T low-fat sour cream 2 T grated mozzarella cheese 2 eggs, beaten (or if they're large eggs one will probably be enough) 3 T finely grated Parmesan cheese 3 T almond flour black pepper to taste 30-35mins@375F

Baked Chicken Stuffed with Pesto and Cheese | 2 large boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 T your favorite commercial pesto 2 T low-fat sour cream 2 T grated mozzarella cheese 2 eggs, beaten (or if they're large eggs one will probably be enough) 3 T finely grated Parmesan cheese 3 T almond flour black pepper to taste 30-35mins@375F

Compound butter is simply butter with an added flavor or two mixed in. It's not just like buttering an item and then adding a sprinkle of the flavor - compound butter becomes a unique flavor unto itself. You can put these on pastries, meat, pasta - anything you like.

Compound butter is simply butter with an added flavor or two mixed in. It's not just like buttering an item and then adding a sprinkle of the flavor - compound butter becomes a unique flavor unto itself. You can put these on pastries, meat, pasta - anything you like.

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