What is Pease Porridge?

What is Pease Porridge?

The Editors at Food Fanatic
The Editors at Food Fanatic
Food Fanatic
Peas
What is pease porridge? Find out the origins of this unique British dish and why it makes a great accompaniment to ham, gammon or salt pork.
Pease Pudding

Pease Pudding

Janette Fuschi
Janette Fuschi
Culinary Ginger
British
Pease pudding is a simple, savory, pudding-like side dish made of yellow split peas. They're simmered until soft, then mashed and served on white rolls with ham.
Homemade Nutella

Homemade Nutella

Meaghan Mountford
Meaghan Mountford
The Decorated Cookie
Copycat
Homemade Nutella is made in minutes from hazelnuts and chocolate. Whip it up yourself in your food processor!
Paleo Mayo

Paleo Mayo

Amanda Livesay
Amanda Livesay
Fake Ginger
Paleo
Paleo mayo is easy to make at home! It's so delish, you'll be using it in everything.
Slow Cooker Apple Butter

Slow Cooker Apple Butter

Sharon L.
Sharon L.
What the Fork Food Blog
Side Dishes
Slow cooker apple butter couldn't be easier. Set it and forget it, until it's time to package up as gifts for family and friends!
Strawberry Balsamic Jam You Just Have to Try

Strawberry Balsamic Jam You Just Have to Try

Tracy R.
Tracy R.
Sugarcrafter
Canning
Strawberry Balsamic jam is a grown up kind of fruit spread. Lovely and complex, it's the perfect way to preserve summer, and is wonderful stirred into your favorite yogurt or spooned over the top of vanilla ice cream.
Onion Jam: Savory Sweet Spread

Onion Jam: Savory Sweet Spread

Tracy R.
Tracy R.
Sugarcrafter
Jams
This savory-sweet onion jam is a great condiment for burgers, or simply spread on top of toast with cheese. Or, kick your favorite pizza and flatbread toppings up a notch by spreading a bit over the top of your dough.
Apricot Jam: Preserving Summer's Sweetest Stone Fruit

Apricot Jam: Preserving Summer's Sweetest Stone Fruit

Tracy R.
Tracy R.
Sugarcrafter
Apricots
We're in love with apricots, and this simple Apricot Jam is the perfect way to capture their delicate flavor the whole year long. Perfect on its own spread on toast, or used as a glaze for tarts and other desserts.