Spicy Roasted Pecans

This recipe is courtesy of Josy Knox, a long time dear friend who is fearless in the kitchen!  This woman can cook! Warning — these are addictive! Make extra if you have a hungry crowd because they will be...
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Maple Glazed Bacon

Change your brunch game for good with this slightly addictive bacon recipe. Bacon, coated in maple syrup and crushed pecans, and finished with Maple Balsamic Vinegar?  What’s not to love?  Super simple, without creating a huge mess, you can...
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The Olive Tree

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Fruit Salad

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Brussels Sprouts 101

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  1. Carol Freasier says:

    Do you refrigerate the vinegars (i got the coconut) after opening. We bought two different diping oils and the one says to refrigerate but there is noting on your label. Once open, what is the shelf life of the oil?.

  2. jessica says:

    Hi Carol

    We don’t recommend refrigeration for either the oils or vinegars. Just keep them in your pantry. Shelf life on the oils is about a year after you bought it, and 3-6 months after opened… definitely you want to use those quickly. The vinegars are already aged, they won’t go bad, will just lose of the intensity of flavor over time. I would use them in 2 years.
    Thanks,
    Jessica

  3. Kristy Knecht says:

    I dropped by to refill my favorite olive oils and balsamic vinegar and tried a new product – the Roasted Sesame Oil!
    It’s amazing! I drizzled it over roasted butternut squash and also used it to saute spinach topped with pine nuts.
    It’s so yummy! Your shop is one of my favorites!

  4. jessica says:

    I love our sesame oil! I am so glad you do too. It is such a lovely robust flavor. Try it paired with the Pineapple balsamic for a dressing… delish!

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