Combine chopped olives, capers, garlic, and parsley for a zesty, no-cook sauce in minutes.Get the recipe.
Balance out rich red meat with the spicy, tangy combination of horseradish and sour cream.Get the recipe.
Slowly cook thinly sliced onions until they’re sweet and melt-in-your mouth tender.Get the recipe.
These flavored butters (also known as compound butters) can make almost anything taste better. Try them on toast, sandwiches, corn, or baked potatoes.Get the recipe.
Flavored with shallots, tarragon, and white wine, this classic French sauce is full-bodied, rich, and silky smooth. Get the recipe.
Cooking the red wine over medium-high heat concentrates its flavor and gives it a thick, syrupy consistency.Get the recipe.