Mustard

Guy Fieri’s Donkey Sauce

Get your culinary passports ready because today we are going to Flavor Town. Guy Fieri likes to serve his burgers and sandwiches covered in a mysterious sauce called “Donkey Sauce” that packs a strong garlic punch. However, during an appearance on the Rachael Ray show, he admitted that Donkey Sauce is just a simple garlic aioli, but calling something an “aioli” doesn’t exactly jive with his brand. The real trick to getting a delicious Donkey Sauce is to use freshly roasted garlic in the recipe, but we won’t blame you… Read More »Guy Fieri’s Donkey Sauce

Tavern Relish

Don’t want to hear the backstory? Jump straight to the recipe. In 1930 Nick Bullington, a former travelling advance man for the Ringling Brothers Circus, opened the Texas Tavern in Roanoke, Virginia. Nick had been travelling the country setting up the circus’ affairs a year ahead of their arrival while collecting recipes from all around. Eventually, at the height of the Great Depression, Nick opened the Texas Tavern in the booming railroad city of Roanoke, Virginia. He went to expand to Lynchburg, Virginia and opened what is now known as the… Read More »Tavern Relish

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 each restaurant fresh daily, but they moved to mass production and sending bags of already-prepared product to the restaurants in 2016. Since then, a lot of people have complained that their honey mustard does not… Read More »Outback (classic) Honey Mustard