Sauce Recipes

Pan-Seared Venison Medallions with Balsamic Berry Sauce

Although the recipe calls for “pan-seared” venison medallions, the medllions can also be grilled or broiled as long as you don’t overcook them. When using hindquarter cuts, slice the meat with the grain into strips about 4 inches wide. Slice across the grain of each piece, about 1/2 inch wide, to make the medallions. PrintPan-Seared…

Read More

Tomato and Cucumber Salsa

Just go to your garden for this recipe. A great way to use all those cucumbers – but you’ll want to seed them first. A little zing from the jalapeno and a burst of lime add a fresh taste to cucumbers in this refreshing fresh salsa.   PrintTomato and Cucumber Salsa IngredientsTomato and Cucumber Salsa…

Read More

Plum Salsa

Let this rest at room temperature for about 30 minutes to get all the flavors to combine. Perfect as a side or snack on a hot summer day – or a great accompaniment to fish or upland game. When you start creating your own fruit salsas, you can make flavors you wrote find in stores.  …

Read More

Grilled Fish with Plum Salsa

Plums make this fish dish sweeter – so try pairing a sweeter wine – like Michael David Winery’s Symphony  A blend with Muscat grapes, among others, make the perfect summer grilling wine. Add a fresh garden salad and grill some bread and you are in business for a patio party. Be sure to invite me…

Read More

Hollandaise Sauce

Hollandaise sauce is a natural accompaniment for fish, shellfish and vegetables. The problem is, many folks have tried to make it the traditional way – with a double-boiler and a lot of whisking. Even then, the sauce can separate. The other option is to use the dry hollandaise mix in the packet. Works great, but…

Read More

Artichoke and Basil Sauce

This is a simple sauce for fish that can be prepared in the blender in just a few minutes. You can heat it slowly in a saucepan, but, if you do, don’t bring it to a boil. I just spoon it over just-cooked fish. Don’t buy your basil in the small packages normally found in…

Read More

Trout with Herb Vinaigrette

You can bake it, broil it, sauté it, pan-sear it, blacken it or throw it on the grill. Personally, I prefer to cook it on the grill to smoky fruit wood coals along with some sweet bell peppers and red onions, but you do what you want. If your trout is dry, don’t blame it…

Read More

Coca-Cola Barbecue Sauce

Dedicated to Ron Sellers, co-owner of Sacramento Coca-Cola.  Ron recently passed away, leaving behind a long history of dedication to supporting outdoor organizations like Safari Club International, Ducks Unlimited and the California Waterfowl Association, to name only a few.  Thanks Ronny, for all you’ve done for everyone.  We’ll miss you. PrintCoca-Cola Barbecue Sauce Ingredients 2…

Read More

Alabama White Barbecue Sauce

If you grew up in Alabama, this version of barbecue sauce probably seems perfectly normal. To the rest of the country, it might look more like a recipe for salad dressing. At a recent barbecue I attended outside of Huntsville, Alabama it appeared that the guests preferred the white stuff over the traditional barbecue sauce…

Read More