Grand Traverse Culinary Oils Canola Oil - 500 ml
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Grand Traverse Culinary Oils Canola Oil is a healthy, flavorful cooking oil that's perfect for any use in the kitchen.

 

Produced from locally grown non-GMO seeds, Grand Traverse Culinary Oils are naturally made by cold press extrusion, with no chemicals used in the process.

 

MICHIGAN GROWN & PROCESSED | NATURAL | NON-GMO | COLD PRESSED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oven-baked Sriracha Potato Chips
Delicious as a snack eaten out of hand or served warm with creme fraiche, smoked salmon, smoked trout, pate or a bit of caviar... and maybe even a shot of chilled vodka.

Who needs store-bought? These are much, much better!
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Country-style Pork Ribs with Chipotle-Cherry Barbecue Sauce
Smokey. Spicy. Sweet. Fruity. Flavorful. Chipotle-cherry barbecue sauce blends a rainbow of rich, earthy flavors into one mouthwatering, sweat-inducing, tastebud-tingling package. Perhaps you’ve bought cherry or other fruit-based barbecue sauces before, maybe even liked them. This homemade version blasts them all out of the water. It’s not difficult to make, either. It does take a little bit of work, but it’s worth every bit of it.
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Steamed Artichokes with Ramp Aioli
Fresh artichokes are available for much of the year, but it’s spring, so we’ve paired them with a special dipping sauce made from one of the season’s most delicious wild offerings – fresh ramps, also known as wild leeks. The fresh, wild flavor of ramps is the perfect match to the sweetness of the artichoke, making it one of our favorite dishes this time of year.
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Ramp Vichysoisse with Crisp-fried Ramp Greens
Vichysoisse is undeniably delicious and has achieved the status of a true American culinary classic. Our recipe differs from the original in several ways. Most significantly, it uses ramps(Allium tricoccum), also known as wild leeks, instead of the usual thick-stemmed cultivated leeks, which imparts an entirely different character to the soup. We’ve also skipped the heavy cream, using only milk and chicken stock, which makes this refreshing soup lighter and far lower in calories. Lastly, our version is topped with crisp-fried ramp greens, adding a burst of interesting texture and intense ramp flavor.
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Spicy Gochujang Pork Puffs
This deceptively simple snack uses only a handful of ingredients and takes only a few minutes to whip up. Tender, flaky puff pastry encases a savory-spicy pork filling that cooks in less than 30 minutes. Using frozen puff pastry saves loads of time and tastes like you made it from scratch.
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French Fries, Done Right
While Kennebecs are outstanding all-purpose potatoes, they are absolutely perfect for French fries and potato chips. With flesh that is firm and low in moisture, French fries made with Kennebec potatoes won’t become limp and soggy. Just the right amount of starchiness makes them brown up beautifully with an exceptional flavor that is both warm and nutty. The second requirement for the best French fries is the 2-step cooking method described in the recipe that follows. You may be tempted to try a shortcut and do it in one step, but they just won’t be as good. PS – One more thing – if you want to make the absolutely best, most over-the-top French fries ever, try cooking them in pure rendered duck fat (as we did). Your life will never be the same.
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Pan-fried Trout with Chanterelle Mushrooms
The sweet, mild flavors of both rainbow trout and chanterelle mushrooms are a natural combination. Combining fresh and dried mushrooms is a neat trick that adds a big boost of flavor. Sure, you can buy mushroom powder, but it's not that hard to make it yourself.

If fresh chanterelles are out of season or otherwise unavailable, substitute fresh hedgehogs or other fresh mushrooms.
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Spirited Cherry Chutney
Tangy cherry chutney is a great way to preserve your summer cherry harvest, especially if you have first infused them with vodka or brandy! If you haven't, don't worry - you can use fresh cherries or other stone fruit, like plums, apricots, peaches or nectarines. Just be aware that you'll have to cook the chutney longer to reduce the juicy fruit down to a thick, jam-like consistency.
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Ramp Aioli
Aioli is essentially a garlicky mayonnaise that is a traditional sauce and spread in the Provencal region of France. Our version incorporates a North American native, the wild ramp (or wild leek), in place of the garlic. The resulting mixture with rich flavors of egg, olive oil and pungent ramps, bears little resemblence to commercial mayonnaise. The small amount of effort required is amply rewarded by the luxurious taste & feel of a classic condiment, updated for our enjoyment.
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