RECIPES FROM OUR UPCOMING BOOK!
"My palate has changed immensely as I have aged. For instance , tomatoes, tomato soup, meatloaf, peas, and even Bloody Marys were all sources of evil growing up. Now, I pour tomato soup over Bloody Mary meatloaf garnished with peas. I have always thought tomato soup was missing something even with the addition of fresh basil and cracked pepper. That missing ingredient I discovered is a Bloody Mary. They seem to go together like peas and carrots, with BP Evolution adding a zip no other mixers can match. Rosemary adds a distinctive taste as the horseradish and cayenne pepper yields...Read more
"Even though I disliked tomatoes growing up, I loved the tartness of fried green tomatoes. Back then we would sprinkle a bunch of salt, pepper, a light coat of flour and fry them in a touch of oil in a pan. Once I got to South Carolina, fried green tomatoes took on an entirely different spin with people using anything from panko breading to potato chips. Fried green tomatoes are more like hearty meals accompanied with all sorts of sauces. BP Evolution is such a diverse and unique product that spicing up the batter for fried green tomatoes couldn't be...Read more
"This isn't your typical bruschetta recipe. I stumbled upon it by retreating back to my college day mode. You know, take whatever is in the fridge and pantry and come up with something edible. The difference now is that the hot-dog-a-roni and ramen noodles have transformed into vegetables, spices, fresh herbs and whole grain breads. The one item that is always in my kitchen is Bloody Mary and a little melting pot of veggies that can be used for just about anything. This dish is clean and light with a powerful flavor that incorporates the balsamic glaze which helps set...Read more