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Aryeh’s Kitchen’s Cajun Aioli is the perfect complement to any sandwich, salad, or dip. It has a full flavor of garlic, mustard, chipotle peppers to identify with the Cajun family of flavors. Use it as a spread or a dipping sauce for a multitude of recipes.
Cajun= French descendants from eastern Canada that inhabited Louisiana in the early 1600’s. Their recipes have French, Spanish and African flavors that are rich but rustic.
One of my favorite, GAMEDAY, style sandwiches is a big ole Dagwood. Take a large loaf of French baguette bread, cut it in half at the equator and spread a generous layer of AK’s Cajun Aioli on both sides. Then layer thin sliced ham and provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pickles. Season with a dash of Italian dressing and black pepper…Boom. You can’t wait until halftime to eat this.
SERVING SUGGESTIONSGoes Great with : Grilled Boneless Chicken, hot or cold cooked Shrimp , Baked Flaky white fish, Grilled/Poached Salmon, Roasted Turkey Breast, Sliced Tomatoes, ALL SANDWICHES, Tuna salad, Fried fish. Crawfish Boil.
Other Uses : Adds a spicy kick to pasta salads, cold deli style chicken, ham, or turkey salad, use this to replace butter on the outside of a grilled cheese=WOW.
Spicy Peach Goodness
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Aryeh’s Kitchen’s Spicy Peach Goodness is a wonderful balance of sweet ripe peaches, jalapeno peppers, ginger, and fresh citrus. It has a unique consistency between a chutney and a pureed sauce in which we called it Goodness. It brings home the taste of summer with a kick. You and your family will enjoy this on any table it is served.
Sunday dinners are meant for bringing the family together. Next Sunday, glaze your buffet ham with Spicy Peach Goodness. Brush the ham before it goes in the oven and graciously spoon the goodness over the ham just before you eat. The sweet and spicy flavors will make the dinner rememberable.
The other night, we grilled some beautiful bone in Pork Chops in the backyard. Just as I flipped the chops over, I spooned a healthy amount of Aryeh’s Spicy Peach Goodness on each one. WOW how it glazed each chop perfectly. It added a sweet and spicy boost to the main ingredient of our dinner…or it just became the main ingredient of our dinner. Cheers
SERVING SUGGESTIONSGoes Great with : Grilled Boneless Chicken, Sautéed Shrimp , Grilled Pork Chops, Grilled/Poached Salmon, Roasted Turkey Breast, All Smoked BBQ Meats, Baked Ham, Leg of Lamb Roast, charcuterie and artisanal cheeses.
Other Uses : Add 1 cup of olive oil and ½ cup of cider vinegar to ½ cup of Spicy Peach goodness for a fruity dressing for salads. It is a great garnish to enhance rice pilaf as a component for dinner.
Perfect compliment to a modern charcuterie board of cured meats and cheeses.
Nashville Tomato Relish
Try it today and you will broaden your culinary tastes to a higher level
This Nashville Tomato Relish is a mixture between sweet and tangy, a texture of bold flavors that has many values. It provides a palette enhancer that balances with heartier proteins, sausages, artisanal cheeses and crustinis.
I served Nashville Tomato Relish at my dinner party last week and everyone loved it. It gave the extra kick to the Grilled Chicken and Shrimp that made the meal extraordinary……Chef Perry Seal.
SERVING SUGGESTIONSGoes Great with : Grilled Chicken, Fried Shrimp, Cajun Pork Chop, Hot Dogs Brats / Sausages, Grilled Salmon, Leg of Lamb, Warm Brie Cheese, Curry Spiced Meats, Baked Ham.
White Oak BBQ
Next time you have a plate of Chicken Wings, use our White Oak BBQ sauce to kick up the flavor and enjoy!
White Oak BBQ is an old country recipe from Hickory Hill in East Tennessee. Unlike the traditional regional BBQ sauces, our White Oak BBQ is creamy with subtle Smokey flavors that are sure to enhance any food it is paired with. Try it and you’ll won’t go back to the old style BBQ sauce.
This White Oak BBQ sauce is absolutely great with fresh vegetable Crudité. It is great with poached grilled shrimp as a substitute for the old school cocktail sauce.
We served our White Oak BBQ at a friend’s backyard BBQ and it instantly took the spotlight from the other foods served. We White Oak on our grilled Chicken sandwich with fresh onions and pickles, It didn’t need anything else, but just a little more of the sauce.
SERVING SUGGESTIONSGoes Great with : Grilled Whole and Boneless Chicken ,Cooked Shrimp Hot or Cold, Fried Fish, Grilled Pork Chop, Grilled/Poached Salmon, Chicken Wings, Turkey Breast, All Smoked BBQ Meats.
Other Uses : Add a zip to pasta salads, Cole slaws, dress up sliced tomatoes and vegetable salads.