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Habanero Carrot Curry Crab Pot Pie

  Habanero Carrot Curry Crab Pot Pie Makes 2 pies   Ingredients:   Crust: 3 cups all purpose flour 1 ½ teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 sticks (16 tablespoons) cold unsalted butter, diced 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1/2 to 2/3 cup ice water 1 egg, beaten with 1 tablespoon water, for egg wash   Filling: 2 leeks 1 fennel bulb 1 red bell pepper 1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter 2 teaspoons kosher salt ½ teaspoon black pepper ½ cup all-purpose flour 2 cups...

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New Year New Kitchen

We have great news!! First the online shop is back up and running. We have just moved to a new kitchen and we are so excited about it. We won't have shop hours, but we can recommend local places to buy our products!! Happy New Year Friends!

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Holiday Orders

We have shut down our shop until after the holidays. You can order from www.heatonist.com

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Hatch Sesame Balsamic Macaroni and Cheese

I grew up with stove top mac and cheese. Luckily my mother often made her own from scratch, but I also had the commercial boxed mac and cheese as well. Personally I've always prefered stove top to baked. I know, it is controversial. There is something to that velvety sauce and soft texture. It is simple and concise. However, as I grew up, the idea of making it from scratch seemed more and more improbable.  So I leaned toward the box. Now I am not saying that something is bad if it is in a box but powdered things often don't feel super healthy in the food realm. Especially if all you are adding...

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Monthly Sauce Club

We have been working on some big things around here. At the beginning of every month we do a limited item that is only available the first Saturday. We have had many requests to ship these items and came up with a fun way for people to try it out. We now offer a monthly sauce club that can be purchased for the whole year (saving you $130) or for one month. Visit our Haute Shop for more details.

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Gin Roasted Pepper Stew with Masa Dumplings

This is a very simple recipe. It is also a very fun recipe. The dumplings are as flavorful as they are adorable floating around in a peppery bath. This is not an overtly spicy stew but rather a complex myriad of fresh flavors mingling with peppers that have been dried and reconstituted in gin as well as heirloom red bell peppers that have been roasted and peeled. All of the hard work has been done for you so that you in our Gin Roasted Pepper sauce, so that you can easily assemble a delicious and visually impressive meal. One of my favorite elements is that it is easily vegetarian or the meat...

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Holiday Break

We sold all the sauce we possibly could and are shutting down the shop until after the holiday. We send you all our love and holiday cheer. Thank you for sharing our sauce with your friends and family. Love, Sarah, Dirk, and Adeline

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Cauliflower Cheese Soup with Habanero Carrot Curry Marshall’s Haute Sauce

Is it possible to make soup for two? I don't think so. I mean even if you could and I just stated that you can't, why would you? Do you want more work and dishes in your life? NO. Just reheat the previously made soup. (Also don't call it "leftovers" it sounds like scraps. Previously assembled sounds far superior. "Hey Glen. Do you want some leftover soup?" See, in this scenario Glen would be a fool to eat old soup. "Hey Glen. Do you want some previously assembled soup?" Now you have Glen's attention. I mean, reheating soup is kind of like time travel. You are hitting warp speed, skipping all the prep,...

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Summer Rolls (No I am not referring to what I have from all the pizza I’ve been eating.)

Habanero Carrot Curry Lentil Summer Rolls Although you could use that "No it isn't that I didn't workout prior to swimsuit season. I was working on my summer rolls. These are my trophies. I earned these mouth battling pizza and beer all winter. VICTORY IS MINE!!!" (Then frantically jiggle said salad rolls as you back out of the room.) Now, what was I going to talk about? Oh yes, I know that I have said previously that I get insecure in the kitchen and that I need specificity in recipes. While that is true. Some recipes are specific in just the right areas and as long as you abide by those...

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Haute Pockets

Haute Pockets Alright, I am going to share a secret with you. (Well, maybe it isn't much of a secret if you know me or follow me on Instagram or Twitter.) I like laughter. I like to laugh. I love making other people laugh. Laughter is a wonderful thing. I like silliness. I like jokes. I even like bad jokes and I love puns. In fact my brain is far better at connecting random things and making plays on words than it is at anything that would be deemed an appropriate activity for an adult mind. Hence today's recipe: Haute Pockets. Now if you look at our sauce company's name: Marshall's Haute...

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