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Crispy Dilled Cucumber Sammies

How many of us were introduced to cucumber sandwiches growing up at showers and church receptions? They’re such simple little snacks with vibrant flavor and opposing textures, soft and crispy. Pair these with our chowder or salted nuts as a light snack after working in the yard on a hot day. The spread works well on crackers or as a veggie dip.

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Buttermilk Citrus Green Goddess Dressing

Buttermilk Citrus Green Goddess Dressing (and roasted vegetables & shrimp skewers)

Here’s an old dressing with a bright twist thanks to some citrus alternatives to the standard lemon. Super simple to throw together, it’s free of preservatives and packed with vibrant flavor. Use as a sandwich spread, veggie dip, topping for meat and fish or a pasta sauce  — the possibilities are endless!

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Sweet ’n’ Spicy Chili Vinaigrette With pickle juice

Sweet ’n’ Spicy Chili Vinaigrette with pickle juice

Drizzle this sweet n’hot chili vinaigrette over a simple salad along with my Carnitas Enchiladas Suiza, or put it to work in a shredded cabbage slaw. Need a quick marinade for chicken or shrimp? This is your go-to! Keeps in the fridge for about a month.

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Carolina Gold Oil drizzled Salted Watermelon Rind

Don’t throw away those watermelon rinds!

Stop… Don’t throw that watermelon rind away! Throw this together… Bogue Sound Watermelon Rind drizzled with Carolina Gold Oil! Great for nibblin, appetize’n… or on top of your tacos, hot dogs, salads and more.

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Banana Sandwich with Duke's Mayonnaise

…the banana sandwich

…the banana sandwich.
bread. duke’s mayonnaise. ripe banana. yum.

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No Churn Cantaloupe & Coconut Ice Cream with vanilla bean

No-Churn Cantaloupe & Coconut Ice Cream With vanilla bean

Nothing says summer like the combination of sweet, ripe cantaloupe and creamy coconut. Close your eyes and you might even think you’ve landed on a tropical island. No need to pull out the ice cream freezer for this one. Fun to make as popsicles too!

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