Find the Coyote!

Find the Coyote on FaceBook!

FIND THE COYOTE: 4 venues this week
(Sat. Sept. 24 - Fri. Sept. 29)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24:
Cold Spring Farmer's Market
Sat. Sept. 24 - 8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Boscobel House and Gardens
1601 Rt 9D
Garrison, NY

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25:
Beacon Farmers Market
Sun. Sept 25 - 10 am - 3pm
Red Flynn Dr, Beacon, NY 12508

Bethel Harvest Festival
(Last day of the Bethel Harvest Festival)
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Sun. Sept 25 - 11am - 4 pm
200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, New York 12720

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29:
Nyack Farmers Market
Thurs. Sept 29 - 8 am - 2 pm
119 Main St, Nyack, NY 10960
@ big parking lot on Main St.

 
 

Lemon Rosemary Jelly

Lemon Rosemary Jelly - makes a great glaze for chicken. Melt some butter, mix in a spoonful and mop it onto bbq chicken about 5 minutes before you take it off the grill., or 10 minutes before you take it out of the oven.
I use it fat free Greek yogurt for breakfast.
Melt it in a sauce pan or microwave with some butter and drizzle over popcorn.
Melt it alone and drizzle over pound cake and ice cream.
Mix it into muffins. Use it as the jelly layer between 2 butter cookies. Lot's of baking applications.

Horseradish Jam

For the Horseradish Jam - I love it slathered onto grilled cheese sandwiches. If making in a skillet, butter on side of a great grainy bread, put the horseradish on the other side, place cheese of your choice ( I have used everything from cream cheese, American cheese, Havarti, Jarlsberg, Gouda - anything you like) on top of the horseradish, then a big slice of fresh tomato, a bit more horseradish jam, the top piece of bread. Then put the sandwich into a hot buttered skillet and cook it a bit. Press down to "smash" the sandwich a bit, flip it over to brown the other side. Plate and Eat.

Jalapeno Jam with Cream Cheese

The one pictured above is supermarket green jelly; not Coyote Kitchen LLC Jalapeno Jam, which does not use food coloring. You can see a picture of Coyote Kitchen LLC Jalapeno Jam on our Facebook page, in the photo section.

Basically, all you do is take the cream cheese out of the package and plop it on a plate.  Then open the jalapeno jelly, if hard set put into microwave for a few seconds, and dump it over the top.  Serve with crackers.  So simple but so incredibly tasty.

Daniel's jam crescent dessert

    

West Point Popcorn

One jar jalapeno jam
1 big dish regular popped popcorn
2 tablespoons butter
Melt butter and jalapeno jam (1 to 2 TBLS, as per taste) in a sauce pan or in microwave. Drizzle all over popcorn, Toss. Enjoy!
 
 

Lemon Dill Chicken

 

Here are TWO of the wonderful things one can do with Lemon-Dill jelly, keen, eh?

Subscribe to www.coyotekitchenllc.com RSS