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Custard Toast Feast

Spiced Yogurt Custard Toast

We were wowed by this kid friendly recipe popping up all over our social feeds lately. We had to try it! The result is crunchy, warm and will remind you of the best bread pudding. …

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Creole Sausage and Shrimp Jambalaya

Many cuisines have a meat and rice dish in their repertoire, and Jambalaya is the Deep South’s version. This dish doesn’t take all that long to cook, making it a delicious one pan meal. The …

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Crispy Cajun Okra

Fried okra is a Southern favorite, known to convert okra haters into okra lovers. Likely it’s because okra fresh from the fryer lacks the abundant “slime” associated with some okra dishes. And who doesn’t love …

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Black-Eyed Pea, Kale and Calico Salad

After the holidays, we all face the realization that we might’ve overindulged on the heavy foods. Salads like these save the day! This southern classic got a PNW twist with local Mustard and Co. mustard and …

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Roast Chai Waffles

This recipe was a no-brainer. The staff has been cooking with our Roast Chai for years. This masala blend is nutty, warm, and toasted; making it delicious for baked goods. This chai has coriander, cinnamon, …

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Gingerbread Pumpkin Butter

Two holiday favorites were combined into one treat with this recipe and it’s easy to make and keep on hand for the whole season. If you’re like me, you want any excuse to snack on …

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Mulled Milk Punch

Recipes for clarified milk punch have been around since the 1600’s and making it is well worth the multi-step process. Any recipe that’s been around for nearly half a millennium has to have something going …

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Deviled Eggs

Mustard Deviled Eggs

The holiday appetizer scene wouldn’t be complete without a plate of Deviled Eggs. With these we put Classic Mustard center stage and used our Everything Bagel Spice as the topper. The flavor is robust and …

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Seattle Honey Mustard Chicken

Back in the day, when we first created Seattle Salmon Rub, it was a time when most folks were hard pressed to think beyond lemon & dill for Salmon. Yes, we’re talking 20+ years ago. We wanted the …

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Cascade Turkey Roulade

After years of grilling the turkey, we decided to try something entirely new this year. Inspired by the bounty of the Pacific Northwest, we created a menu to showcase regional flavors with this delicious turkey …

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Cranberry Quince Paste

This magical combination brings quince into the spotlight and adds a new level of flavor to the cranberries on your holiday table. Quince is a fanciful fruit, with a bright aroma and a taste of …

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Chewy Lemon & Blueberry Mace Oatmeal Cookies

The fall colors and weather are here, and there’s nothing better to come home to than a warm home flooded with the scent of freshly baked cookies. My grandmother used to make oatmeal cookies with …

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Smoked Brined Trout

Trout is such an underrated fish. It’s hardly fishy and has such a mild, delicate flavor. This makes it perfect for our brine. Our Northwest Forest Brine is forward with spices like juniper, California bay …

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Salmon Board

Pacific Salmon Cure

What a better way to come together than a grazing board with cured Sockeye salmon as the centerpiece. Don’t fear the cure! If you’ve not tried this technique, it is a delightfully easy and elegant …

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