We visited Heinz’s European Tomato Ketchup factory in the Netherlands to see how the world-famous condiment is made. The dutch factory makes 1.8 million bottles of Tomato Ketchup a day, and has been making ketchup for the whole European region since 1958.
DO YOU LOVE HOT SAUCE? ADD THESE UNIQUE SAUCES TO YOUR COLLECTION! When you’re in pursuit of the very best hot sauce, the familiar bottle at the corner store just won’t cut it anymore. Maybe you’ve built up a tolerance—or maybe you’ve realized that its tepid flavor doesn’t give your scrambled eggs the oomph you were looking […]
How Do You Make Barbecue Sauce? – Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe – Ready in 15 minutes, you’ll have the best Homemade Barbecue Sauce that is sweet and tangy and made from scratch! BBQ sauce is one of those topics that people can become really, really passionate about. There are the regional […]
How Do You Make Ketchup? – Homemade Ketchup Recipe “This ketchup does come close to those name brands in terms of taste, texture and color. I’ve never had a tomato paste-based ketchup that I liked, so I decided to cook down crushed tomatoes instead. By using the slow cooker, we take most of the labor […]
MUST READ ARTICLE ON MAYONNAISE The inexorable rise of identity condiments has led to hard times for the most American of foodstuffs. And that’s a shame. Read the whole article at PHILLYMAG
Americans hate changes in their food packaging. Now the condiment aisle is poised for a packaging revolution. Remember when ketchup turned upside down? Or when half gallons of milk grew plastic screw caps on their sides? We are resistant to change in food packaging, attached to our squeezy honey bear, Toblerone’s triangular prism, the resealable […]
Mānuka honey known for being is earthier, richer, and more viscous than many other honeys. It comes from the nectar of the flower of Leptospermum scoparium — also known as Manuka, which is only native to New Zealand. Mānuka, in fact, is a Maori word. “The plant itself is very rare. It’s difficult to harvest […]
We visited an olive oil mill in Italy in the southern region of Puglia, a region that alone supplies 40% of Italy’s olive oil production and 12% worldwide. Olive oil is an essential part of the culture here, from food to the picturesque landscape.
Our Taste Test of the Best Extra-Virgin Olive Oil at the Supermarket Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Julia to a tasting of supermarket extra-virgin olive oil.
The green paste you’ve been eating with your sushi isn’t really wasabi. If you check the ingredients on the packet, you might see a mixture of sweetener, horseradish and perhaps a small percentage of the real thing. Real wasabi is hard to come across and it can cost $250 per kilo. So what actually is […]
Brad Makes Mustard Bon Appétit Test Kitchen Manager Brad Leone is back for episode 39 of “It’s Alive” and this time he’s making mustard. Rumor has it this might be his best creation yet. Join Brad as he gets into “some serious science” and reveals the fermented ace up his sleeve.
Alton Brown’s Mustard Caddy An epic solution for the pesky condiment containers in your refrigerator door.
5 Ways To Pimp Up Your Condiments As we approach the festivities condiments are a serious business… Add a twist and some flair to your favorites with these simple and easy recipes that will have people asking “Oooh, what’s in that?”
Homemade Ketchup Learn how to make Homemade Ketchup!
WOULD THE REAL WASABI PLEASE STAND UP? CHANCES ARE, WHAT YOU’VE ALWAYS KNOW AS WASABI IS ACTUALLY A LIE. BECAUSE OF ITS DIFFICULT NATURE, MOST RESTAURANTS ARE REALLY JUST SERVING A GREEN-COLORED HORSERADISH. IN THIS MINI-DOC, YOU’LL GET TO KNOW THE REAL WASABI AND THE GREAT LENGTHS FARMERS GO TO SUCCESSFULLY GROW THE TEMPERAMENTAL PLANT.
Weirdest condiments from around the world.