Mango Butter

Recipes

With all of your breakfast favorites like pancakes and maple syrup, eggs and sausage, this easy breakfast casserole is ideal for entertaining or just a lazy weekend morning at home. Use any kind of sausage you like, including turkey, chicken or veggie breakfast...

Making this spiced tea from scratch is easier than you might think. You'll appreciate how the spicy fragrances fill your kitchen. Use any milk or non-dairy substitute you like and serve it hot or over ice.

Balsamic-marinated roasted mushrooms and hearts of palm alternated with crunchy, colorful radishes provide variety and balance on your party table

This spicy blend is perfect for Jersey Boneless Short Rib steak, the new cut dreamed up by our 2012 Best Butcher Competition winner Armand Ferrante. Recipe provided courtesy of Chef Tim Byres, owner/chef of Smoke and Chicken Scratch restaurants in Dallas....

Breakfast tacos are a favored morning staple in Texas. This version is a cinch to make at home and packed with crab meat, fluffy scrambled eggs and crisp bacon. Top with salsa if you wish.

Here's a delicious alternative to fried fish that gets its great crunch from toasted panko bread crumbs.

Here's a deliciously spicy drink that's a great apéritif for Mexican food or any casual meal. We suggest using an amber beer, but light beers will work wonderfully as well.

Melt this concentrated compound butter over grilled steaks, toss it with flame-kissed veggies or freeze some for a burst of summer flavor in the winter months. Use very ripe, very red tomatoes for best color and flavor.

Drink this thick and satisfying homemade tomato juice well chilled. Spiked with fresh lemon juice, celery seed and Tabasco, it's perfectly savory alone, or use it as the ideal base for a fresh Bloody Mary.

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This quick-off-the-grill "fireworks" dish bursts with color and flavor. A gas grill makes it a snap to prepare, though the asparagus, squash, red peppers and eggplant can be easily sautéed as well.

A holiday favorite, this pecan pie is made with pure maple syrup.

Serve this hearty soup with toasted dark bread, thinly sliced apple and a seasonal green salad. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.

Simple and delicious, leeks may not be your first memory from past holidays, but they may be what you remember from this year.

This hearty soup combines two lucky foods, black-eyed peas and collard greens, with vegetables and smoky ham. Enjoy on New Year's Day, or any day, for a satisfying, warming meal. Serve with thick slices of toasted crusty bread.

Tofu works well in chili, absorbing flavors and mimicking the texture of meat. Add a small jalapeño pepper to spice it up a bit. Serve chili piping hot in bowls, over steamed brown rice, if you like.

Prepared with natural red cedar, planked salmon is a slow cooking method that produces a wonderful aroma, delicate texture and rich smoky flavor.

This substantial meal will please even the heartiest of appetites on a cold winter's day.

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