Other People’s Preserve is my opportunity to shine a spotlight on some of the very delicious jams, pickles, and condiments being made by dedicated professionals. If you see one of these products out in the wild, consider picking up a jar, tub, or bottle!
This week, I have a fun product to share with you. Called Omnivore Sauce (from the makers of Omnivore Salt!), this is a condiment that defies traditional definitions. Made from a roster of organic ingredients, including tomatoes, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, ancho chiles and other spices, this tangy, spicy, and slightly sweet sauce can dress up just about any meal you make.
It is runnier than ketchup, but thicker than most barbecue sauces or bottled marinades. I’ve used it as a dipping sauce for roasted root vegetables and spread as a base layer on homemade pizza. The folks at Garibaldi Goods also suggest brushing it over roasted or grilled fish at the end of cooking or stirred it into sautéed onions and garlic for long braised dishes.
This post is the second in a series I’m doing with the nice folks at Garibaldi Goods. They’re an online shop that features artisanal, small batch products all made in the fine state of California (place of my birth!). Sign up for their newsletter to get 10% off your first order! Sign up form is at the bottom of the page.
Disclosure: The folks at Garibaldi Goods sent me this jar of Omnivore Sauce for sampling and photography purposes. All thoughts and opinions remain entirely mine.
Thanks for a weekend post! I’m working all weekend, so when a huge query is running, I’ve been known to surf my fave sites a bit! 🙂