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The Seasoned Gourmet was recently featured on WECT News! Wendy shared a delicious Caprese Salad & Homemade Balsamic Vinaigrette recipe, using LOTS of ingredients that come straight from our store. Check out the video and the recipe for this easy Summer delight below! Watch the video HERE!Caprese Salad with Homemade Balsamic Ingredients: 2 pounds vine-ripened tomatoes (about 4 large), sliced 1/4 inch thick 1 pound fresh mozzarella, sliced 1/4 inch thick 1/4 cup packed fresh basil...

We have a lot of great exotic spices for sale at The Seasoned Gourmet. One of our favorites is the Spanish Smoked Paprika. About the Spice: Our Smoked Paprika Hot (also called picante) is a Spanish Paprika that has been smoked the traditional way - without the short cuts often found in the larger commercial paprika productions. Freshly harvested ripe red pimento peppers are dried in low-lying, adobe smoke houses that are heated by smoking grills fired with slow-burning oak planks. Next it...

I’ve always wanted to make jam, but I assumed it was too complicated. The memories I have of making jam are with my grandmother when I was very young. We picked pounds of blackberries and cooked in in a giant pot on the stove. It took all day. But, it doesn’t have to be that complicated! Use our instructor Gwen’s small-batch Jam Technique! She’s been making jam for over fifteen years, so she really knows her stuff. Here are the two most critical rules to making jam: ...

As the weather grows warmer, we're trading in our Irish Coffees and Hot Chocolate for a refreshing springtime beverage - Margaritas! TSG's Marvelous Margaritas! Start with Powell and Mahoney's Margarita Mix . If you need to get your cardio in; you can use the Mastrad Citrus Juicer , But if you want an easier option, then the Frieling Orange Press makes for effortless juicing. (If that's a little steep for your liking, the Swissmar Citrus Squeezer will work too!)...

During this cold spell nothing warms you up like enjoying a hearty meal. One of my go-to winter favorites is Spaghetti Bolognese, an Italian Meat Sauce that originated in Bologna. (Don't worry, no lunch meat in this recipe) Here’s my recipe, tried and tested. TSG Spaghetti Bolognese: - 1 pound Ground Beef (Use ground turkey or bison if you want. If you want to get really authentic, the traditional dish uses veal!) - 2-3tbs of Oil (I use Laconiko Olive Oil , which we import...