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Citrus Salts

Shake up your salt with four creative hacks.

Schug or Zhug (Spicy Green Herb Sauce)

This fresh hot sauce traces its origins to Yemen but is used all over the Middle East. Stash leftovers in the fridge and use as a sandwich spread.

Tomato Butter

The uses for this herby, garlicky, tomato-y butter are endless: Melt a pat on a steak, fish, or scallops, or serve it with crusty bread and watch it disappear.

Candied Orange Peel

Use these as a garnish for cranberry sauce, then snack on the leftovers. Take it a step further by dipping the orange strips in melted chocolate for a special treat.
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Best-Ever Gravy Recipe

For a sauce worthy of your bird, you need pan drippings. The turkey fat and those delicious browned bits are the building blocks of flavor.

Curry Salt

Keep a jar of this flavor-packed blend in your spice cabinet. It’ll keep for 6 months, but it probably won’t last that long because you’ll be sprinkling it on everything: steamed veggies, popcorn, hard-boiled eggs, avocado toast….

Pickled Red Onions

Don’t let that leftover red onion perish in your fridge. Pickle it!