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Red is for love...and a little spice too
Vol. 13 No. 2

Spice up your salsa, cowboy style, with Cowboy BBQ's Cowboy Salsa, above, made with their Sweet & Spicy Jalapeño Relish.

The wow factor in the Jimtown Fresh Eggplant and Red Pepper Sandwich, above, is their Artichoke, Olive & Caper Spread. So good.

A great quiche has to start with a delicious crust, and that takes the best flour. Use Giusto's Specialty Foods for Sundried Tomato Pesto Quiche, above.

The Perfect Bite Co. has introduced 3 new bites for your frozen hors d'oeuvres: MiniTurkey Burgers with Sambal Sauce, above, Crunchy Taco Cups, and Coconut Shrimp Spring Rolls.

Peppadew peppers are beautiful, tasty, and a little spicy too. Paired with wild-caught Albacore Tuna or Sardines from Wild Planet, they are delicious little morsels: Peppadew Pepper Sardines and Tuna, above.

Jazz things up with a riff on enchiladas with this recipe from Jenkins Jellies for Enchiladas with Fiery Figs Mole Sauce, above.

A Mini Tomato & Veggie Pizza on a crispy Valley Lahvosh cracker, above, has both taste and eye appeal.

Steak Mojo Hot Wings, above, from Rockin' Rubs will liven up a gathering of two...or more. Besides Valentine's Day, Game Day!

Equally good for breakfast or dessert, Strawberry Yogurt Parfait, above, is made with 21 Missions Organics' agave syrup and Wallaby Organic Greek yogurt.

One of the flavors of AtheenOats is ChocoCherry, above, packed with dried cherries and chocolate chips, perfectly mixed with pecans and macadamia nuts.

A perfect winter salad: Beet, Orange and Walnut Salad, above, topped with a dressing made with La Tourangelle Artisan Oils's Roasted Walnut Oil.

The creaminess of Cypress Grove Ms. Natural Fresh Goat Cheese pairs beautifully with the earthiness of red beets in this recipe: Ms. Natural's Beet Salad, above.

Licorice Root Tea, above, from Yoot Root Teas is refreshingly good for you. It's therapeutic qualities have been valued for centuries. Other teas: Dandelion Root and Prickly Ash.

This extraordinary Bloody Olive Mary, above, is made with Sonoma Syrup Co. Olive Mary Mix. Or make a pretty pink Pomegranate Martini with their Pomegranate Simple Syrup.

With a slight nod to Prince, the Strawberry Rosé, above, is made with non-alcoholic Vignette Wine Country Soda. (Vodka is optional.)

Since 1899 C. J. Olson Cherries has grown cherries in what was called Valley of the Heart's Delight -- long before it became Silicon Valley. Their farm stand still sells their cherries, and they are shipped all over the country. A great way to use them? Cherry Pie.

If you can keep your fingers out of the toffee jar, you can make these scrumptious Dipped Strawberries, above, with B.toffee Bits.

Since Oprah discovered them, Mamie's Pies has been famous. These pocket pies come frozen, and a few minutes in the oven delivers home-baked taste. Apple, Blueberry, Cherry (above), Strawberry and Pumpkin.

At any time of day, one of the flavors of Becca's Petites is a great snack. Both sweet and savory flavors. Top Bouchées in Parfait with a bright red raspberry. (Especially easy if you have guests.)

Any one of the flavors of Fruit Preserves from Clif Family Kitchen will be delicious in Chef McConnell's recipe for Clif Cobbler Bars, above.

Lark Ellen Farm grain-free, organic and non-GMO Granola Bites become a Valentine's Day celebration for anyone you love! Show them you've got heart with the Berrylicioius flavor, above.

With Maudet's Artisan French Crêpes, you can make this unique "crêpe cake" -- no baking required. Crêpes with Yogurt and Berries.

Honoring the founder's Jamaican heritage, Arawak Farm's Spicy Fruit Spreads are the filling for traditional hand pies, called "patties" in Jamaica. Arawak Farm Jamaican-Style Fruit Patties, above.


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