Fired Employee Shares Famous Secret Sauce Recipe On Twitter | Cooking Panda
A former employee of a Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers restaurant took to Twitter to share the recipe of the company's famous secret sauce after apparently being fired from the fast food chain. Twitter user @JanniAreYouOkay tweeted on Sept. 16, "Cane's fired me." She then said its famous secret sauce is just "mayo, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce,
Weeknight Win: 5-Minute Blender Sauces
No stove required: Whip up these simple, so-good sauces right in the blender. Tuck away that saucepan. Turn off the stove. When summertime heat (or mid-evening laziness) sets in, you don’t want one more thing on your to-do list. And you definitely don’t want to cook for hours in the kitchen. But you, being the divine foodie you are, also don’t want to leave dinner undone. Or un-yummy.
Pebre-The Chilean condiment everyone should know about. - La Fuji Mama
Pebre (Chilean Chili Salsa) Makes approximately 3 cups *Notes: This is the way Ms. M’s grandmother taught her to make pebre. Ms. M is from Santiago, so her pebre may look very different from a pebre made in someone’s home in another part of the country. That’s the beauty of this condiment! Some versions use tomatoes, […]
28 Homemade Sauce Recipes that Taste Better From Scratch! - The Frugal Girls
Easy Homemade Sauce Recipes! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ easy recipes to make tastier and healthier versions of your favorite sauces at home!
50 Best Country Cooking Style Recipes
Looking for some southern style recipes and the best country cooking ideas? We found the best of Pinterest, straight from our favorite food bloggers. From homestyle gravy and chicken fried steak to Southern favorites like green beans, collard greens, cornbread, fried chicken, grits and peach cobbler, you are sure to find some new go to ideas here. Serve these at family gatherings, summer parties outdoors, pretty much any meal where you want homestyle goodness. Follow the step by step…
Roasted Garlic & Cilantro Marinade
Step one: Prepare marinade. Step two: Grill or pan fry shrimp (or your seafood of choice). Step three: Devour way more than you thought you would, and be downright joyous about it. Get the recipe.