Japanese White Sauce

Don’t want to hear the backstory? Jump straight to the recipe. At most American-Japanese restaurants you will find a creamy, spicy, sweet, white sauce that goes by a number of different names. Some call it Yum Yum Sauce, others call it Shrimp Sauce, and I’ve even seen it called Sakura Sauce. Whatever you want to… Continue reading Japanese White Sauce

Papa John’s Garlic Sauce

Don’t want to hear the backstory? Jump straight to the recipe. Papa John’s has been serving their garlic sauce with pizzas since they opened. The warm, buttery sauce goes perfectly with pizzas and breadsticks. There are countless recipes online for recreating it (mostly involving mixing garlic powder into melted butter) which make a pretty good result,… Continue reading Papa John’s Garlic Sauce

Outback (classic) Honey Mustard

Don’t want to hear the backstory? Jump straight to the recipe. Among connoisseurs of honey mustard there is a general agreement that Outback’s honey mustard is in the top tier of restaurant honey mustards. This dressing and dip is good on salads, sandwiches, vegetables, and especially chicken fingers. Outback used to make their honey mustard in… Continue reading Outback (classic) Honey Mustard

Bleu Bayou Sauce

Don’t want to hear the backstory? Jump straight to the recipe. I have always been a chicken wing lover. During college, we had a weekly “wing night” tradition where a group of us all went to a local bar on Mondays for discounted chicken wings and beers. Since then (it’s been long time) I’ve started… Continue reading Bleu Bayou Sauce